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We skinned up to the Pisa weather station to fix the snow depth and pressure sensors and install a new webcam at the site. Luckily, a couple of new wires, a fresh battery, and Todd's superb tinkering skills did the trick to get the sensors back up and running after a month of being offline. Prior...

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We headed over to Queenstown for some fieldwork on the Remarkables ski field and in Wye creek. We also met with members of the NZ Ski operations team to see if we could make use of snow depth data that their grooming machines collect each night. We also went for a night ski at Coronet Peak which was...

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MRC team members headed to Wellington for two geospatial conferences, GeoCart and the NZ Geospatial Research Conference (GRC), where we shared some of our work with fellow academics and industry professionals. At GeoCart, Todd presented his work on mapping snow depth with Satellite Photogram...

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NeSI (New Zealand eScience Infrastructure) recently wrote about the Matariki Project and how we are using their Mahuika supercomputer to scale up Satellite Photogrammetric Mapping (SPM) across the Southern Alps. NeSI resources enable us to process over 5,000 km2 of stereoimagery in Aoraki/Mt Coo...

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We attended the inaugural Fox Glacier - Te Moeka o Tūawe Research Workshop, a meeting designed to bring together people with various interests in the Fox and Franz Glacier areas. The workshop included researchers from University of Canterbury, University of Otago, University of Victoria - Wellington...

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