Monday, 7 September 2020 9:04am
Two science PhD candidates are celebrating their recent $20,000 Doctoral scholarships announced recently by Antarctica NZ.
Thursday, 20 August 2020 10:23am
Research using fossils from Otago’s controversial Foulden Maar site shows future environmental conditions may be more favourable to plant growth and forest expansion resulting in a global greening effect.
Tuesday, 18 August 2020 10:18am
Good things take time, but in addition to completing his long-awaited Masters of Science in Geology Ross Nicolls has also gained a new and lasting life-long friendship.
Friday, 14 August 2020 11:45am
Clare Gorman is following in her family’s footsteps and was going to graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Geology this weekend prior to this week’s cancellation.
Wednesday, 1 July 2020 11:27pm
The Southland region could be New Zealand’s largest area of incomplete fault information, but University of Otago researchers can now fill in the gaps after receiving a new EQC grant.
Wednesday, 1 July 2020 9:34am
Southland could be New Zealand’s largest area of incomplete seismic fault information, but University of Otago researchers can now fill in the gaps after receiving a new EQC grant.
Wednesday, 6 May 2020 9:46pm
The Otago Bulletin Board meets some of the staff able to return to campus in Alert Level 3.
Tuesday, 28 April 2020 8:46pm
The COVID-19 lockdown has created unique challenges for science online learning and the translation of lab work and field trips traditionally considered essential for experiential learning. The Otago Bulletin Board “visited” the Department of Geology and the School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences to see how they have responded.
Tuesday, 4 February 2020 2:12pm
New research has reinforced that the way the town of Franz Josef Glacier is situated and occupied could mean a very real and significant loss of life and property when the Alpine Fault next ruptures.
Friday, 20 December 2019 1:12pm
Geology’s Professor Ewan Fordyce has received two significant awards, honouring his contributions to his field.
Friday, 6 December 2019 10:00am
New research from the University of Otago has found the sensitive West Antarctic Ice Sheet collapsed during a warming period just over a million years ago when atmospheric carbon dioxide levels were lower than today.