Newsflashes and other news

April 2020 Newsflash #2
Special Interest Groups in focusThe Geoscience Society of New Zealand comprises members, a national committee, branches, subcommittees and Special Interest Groups.  What are Special Interest Groups? …

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April 2020 Newsflash
The big Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) that will excavate the Auckland City Rail Link could be named after GSNZ memberGSNZ member Dr Margaret Bradshaw is on the shortlist of three, from an original list …

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James Hector wins Geobake March 2020
Geobake 2020 and the winner is ...Michelle Fitzgerald, University of Otagofor this stunning trifle cake, iced with a portrait of the formidable James Hector

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Four GSNZ Members inducted as RSNZ Fellows
Four GSNZ members were inducted as Fellows of the Royal Society Te Apārangi in February 2020  Dr Philip Barnes, NIWA Philip Barnes is an internationally recognised marine scientist who uses geophysi…

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February 2020 Newsflash
Ready, Steady BAKE!Hector Day Geobake Monday, 16 March 2020 How it works Individuals/teams design and bake something edible and tasty (eg cake, slice) that demonstrates an aspect of the geosciences.…

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January 2020 Newsflash
The 9th International Shallow Survey Conference will be held from 24-28 May 2021 at New Zealand's National Museum & Art Gallery Te Papa Tongarewa. The Theme of Shallow Survey 2021 “Coastal Challen…

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