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The University of Otago has found that wild storms have shown up how far sub-Antarctic marine life can travel.


New Zealand’s most active volcano on White Island has seen the re-appearance of a crater lake on the floor of the active crater.


It has become a wait-and-see game to see what may happen with a maritime workers’ strike at Lyttelton on whether it can be resolved or perhaps escalate is shipping companies decide to use nearby ports.

Includes following attachments:
- Meeting flyer. (105.9 kilobytes)


A deepwater scientific quest now underway may lead to several improvements including an understanding on the slow slips earthquakes near Gisborne.


The annual survey of glaciers at the end of summer, organised by NIWA, is underway and is expected to show scientists a significant impact from the hot summer just experienced.


A talk on metal mineralisation in New Zealand is the subject of next week’s Auckland AusIMM meeting.


Senior students in the Hutt Valley have had an introduction to opportunities that could be ahead from the key scientific organisation in their region.


The next meeting of the AusIMM Nelson Discussion Group will hear about the evolution of the Waimea Dam.

Includes following attachments:
- Discussion group flyer. (193.6 kilobytes)


The Government is putting a financial base under the West Coast’s Tai Poutini Polytechnic to resolve an urgent funding issue.


Ancient kauri trees are helping NIWA scientists better understand some of the climate changes that have occurred in New Zealand.

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