Monday 10 February 2020 10:58am
Professor Christina Hulbe and Emily Tidey.
Professor Christina Hulbe and Emily Tidey were recently profiled in Hi Kitenga, the University of Otago’s Research Highlights publication, as part of a section showcasing research in the Auckland Islands.
Their segment ‘Fathomable Research’ discusses the hydrographic surveying work and geomorphic analysis they have done on the bathymetry of the seafloor along the eastern coast of the Auckland Islands.
Tidey and Hulbe have published on their Auckland Island work:
‘Bathymetry and glacial geomorphology in the sub-Antarctic Auckland Islands’
Tidey has also published with another Hi Kitenga profiled researcher – Associate Professor Andrew Gorman – and a team from Geology:
Hi Kitenga 2019
View the full version of Hi Kitenga, including profiles of many other Otago researchers.
The publications states that “Hi Kitenga reflects the concept of discovery. The Māori work kitenga derives from kite which translates to words such as see, perceive, find and discover. This title reflects the University’s connection to New Zealand’s cultural heritage, as well as its commitment to national and international research and innovation.”