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GNS Science is collaborating with city authorities to undertake a survey aimed at understanding what structural damage has or could happen in NZ cities.
GNS Science marks the second anniversary of the devastating Kaikoura earthquakes with a series of telling videos.
The threatening issue of arch conservationists in the Government to prevent any mining access on conservation land will be the subject of the next Nelson Discussion Group meeting.
A well-known geophysicist at GNS Science is the latest winner of a Royal Society of NZ fellowship.
There will be a series of tours of New Zealand, eastern Australia and New Caledonia as a prelude to next year’s big Pacrim 2019 conference in Auckland.
A potential new opencast coal mine in Canterbury will be the subject covered at next month’s AusIMM Christchurch Discussion Group meeting.
Two veteran geoscientists were honoured with the title of geoscience champions near the conclusion of this week’s international science week in Adelaide.
While there has been a contraction of mine finding ability in New Zealand there is a new initiative in Australia to accelerate discoveries with the support of miners, several governments and universities.
GNS Science has sent a specialist team to the Solomon Islands to help set up a sophisticated monitoring system for earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes.
Old marine charts digitised for modern use are expected to be used for a host of applications in utilising the seabeds of New Zealand and its larger subterranean coastline.