Etosha Ecological Institute

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Etosha Ecological Institute
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Agency overview
Formed April 1, 1974
Headquarters Okaukuejo, Namibia
Agency executives
  • Boas Erckie, Deputy Director
  • J. Werner Kilian, Chief Conservation Scientist
Parent agency Ministry of Environment and Tourism, Namibia
Website met.gov.na

The Etosha Ecological Institute (EEI) is an organization within the Ministry of Environment and Tourism in Namibia that manages all research activities within the Etosha National Park. It was formally opened on 1 April 1974 by Adolf Brinkmann of the South-West Africa Administration.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ H.H. Berry. 1997. Historical review of the Etosha Region and its subsequent administration as a National Park. Madaqua 1997, 20(1): 3-12