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In 2014, MRC members responded to a Call for Proposal to enroll a selection of New Zealand sites for regular monitoring by the VENĪ¼S microsatellite (Vegetation and Environment monitoring on a New Micro-Satellite). Two sites were selected for the mission, one along the Main Divide in Aoraki Mount C...

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Action now for a flurry later

22, Jun Nicolas Cullen

A short commentary on the prospects for our snow season this winter and in the future is given by Nicolas Cullen in the Otago Daily Times. The article also links some of these broader insights to the work that MRC members have been doing in the Water Resources project as part of the Deep South N...

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Stuck at Bevan Col after fieldwork on the Bonar glacier. Very lucky to get a short clearing in the morning to get picked up.

The official height of New Zealand's tallest peak, Aoraki/Mt Cook, is set to fall by 30 metres, following new measurements by University of Otago researchers.

While currently officially listed as 3,754 metres above sea level, analysis of high accuracy GPS data obtained during an Otago-le...

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