Join us for our inaugural webinar. This 1 hour seminar will explore two topics: detailed ecosystem modelling from sunlight to market, and how submarine canyons act as ‘underground rivers’ to connect land and deep-sea ecosystems.
Join artist researcher Gabby O'Connor at the Suter Art Gallery at 2:30pm for the closing talk of her 10-day art-science-community exhibition.
If you’re in Nelson around Easter make sure you stop by Albion Square (next to the Suter Art Gallery) to see our sci-art-education exhibition, The Unseen.
We have teamed up with LEARNZ on a field trip: Sustainable seas – essential for New Zealand's health and wealth. Participating schools will (virtually) join our scientists on boats and the shoreline to explore 3 great topics:
Fun for all the family. Join artist researcher Gabby O'Conner and marine scientist Joanne O'Callaghan for this free public art-science-education workshop in Lower Hutt. Find out about their work and help make a large collaborative artwork, 'The Unseen'. This will be displayed in Nelson over Easter.
Three of our researchers presented at the seafood industry conference Technical Day.
Around 77 researchers came together in Wellington for our inaugural conference. They were joined for a special session, opened by Hon Paul Goldsmith, by 76 Māori and Stakeholders who have engaged with Sustainable Seas.
On 1 March, we held a workshop in Nelson for regional stakeholders and iwi. Their input was extremely valuable as it helps guide us in developing tools to support ecosystem-based management (EBM).
This is the fifth of a series of Science Wānanga, to be held in the rohe (area) of Te Atiawa Manawhenua Ki Te Tau Ihu iwi. This experience provides secondary students of Māori descent and their teachers with the opportunity to gain practical scientific skills and knowledge in real-life contexts.