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17/9/2018

Grants totalling $11.2 million are being given to GNS Science for a variety of research projects, including a window coating that can help generate electricity.


12/9/2018

Ever since the devastating Canterbury earthquakes there has been a big focus on one of New Zealand’s highly prone areas, the Alpine Fault, and researchers have added new warnings about what may lie ahead.


5/9/2018

A large-scale marine survey in Marlborough Sound provided scientists with an added bonus – the uncovering of 10 shipwrecks.


5/9/2018

A structural geology specialist will give a talk to the Nelson Discussion Group on some of the district’s regional geology that requires a better understanding.

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- Nelson Discussion Group September Meeting (203.6 kilobytes)

29/8/2018

A geological map of Tongariro National Park will add to understanding not only of the area’s geology but how various volcanoes have performed over the eons.


27/8/2018

Scientists in New Zealand have been looking at the deeper plumbing of Tongariro to get a greater understanding its workings.


10/8/2018

Presentations on post-graduate projects will be covered at next week’s Dunedin Minerals Industry networking event.


6/8/2018

A talk for the AusIMM set down to be held in Waihi late tomorrow afternoon has been cancelled.


6/8/2018

Gold buffs will be drawn to a talk at the AusIMM’s Nelson Discussion Group by a mining identity who has for years been reviewing what has become known as the forgotten goldfield.


6/8/2018

New research on the pink and white terraces at Lake Rotomahana confirmed their fate following the Mount Tarawera eruption.


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