SAIAB's Annual Research Reports cover research undertaken during the South African academic year, January to December.
SAIAB's Occasional Impact Reports aim to showcase how the Institute addresses problems concerning the conservation and wise use of African aquatic biodiversity and its impact in various fields of operation. The Reports include major highlights of the period under review.
Not least of these for 2012 were changes in leadership, the establishment of new Research Platforms and projects dedicated to Transformation and Human Capital Development in aquatic sciences.
In 2013, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the discovery of the living coelacanth in 1938, SAIAB produced a special anniversary publication: Building on the South African Coelacanth Legacy