Dr Sanet Hugo is a Lecturer in the Department of Biological Sciences. She has worked for over five years in the higher education sector. She specialises in ecological statistics and has published extensively in peer reviewed and accredited journals. Among her recent publications are:
1) Hugo, S. and Weyl, O.L.F. (2021) Proposed approaches to systematic planning of research and monitoring to support a South African inland fisheries policy. Water SA 47(3): 367–379.
2) Wasserman, R.J., Whitfield, A.K., Deyzel, S.H.P., James, N.C. and Hugo, S. (2020) Seagrass (Zostera capensis) bed development as a predictor of size structured abundance for a ubiquitous estuary-dependent marine fish species. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 238: 106694.
3) Bellingan, T.A., Hugo, S., Woodford, D.J., Gouws, J., Villet, M.H. and Weyl, O.L.F. (2019) Rapid recovery of macroinvertebrates in a South African stream treated with rotenone. Hydrobiologia 834(1): 1–11.
She has also contributed to several technical reports on inland fisheries. She has supervised two honours students and co-supervised a PhD student.
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Research gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sanet-Hugo
Qualifications: PhD in Zoology (University of Pretoria)