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Marine Station hosts launch of government’s regional economic development report
9th June 2014
The University’s Coastal Marine Field Station hosted last week’s official launch of the Government’s 2014 Regional Economic Activity Report, and announcement of a Regional Growth Study for the wider Bay of Plenty area.
Marine pest found in Tauranga waters again
5th June 2014
A major water search has been launched after the discovery of another three Mediterranean fanworms in the Tauranga Harbour.
Kapiti Island Marine Reserve Survey
2nd April 2014
For ten days in February, a marine survey team traded the warm and comfortable surroundings of the Coastal Marine Field Station in Tauranga, for an island life on the rugged west coast of the lower North Island.
Marine open day a hit in Tauranga
10th March 2014
An estimated 200 people flocked to the Coastal Marine Field Station for its annual open day and cycling lecture.
New partner for Bay of Plenty Tertiary Partnership
28th February 2014
Waiariki Institute of Technology has joined the Bay of Plenty Tertiary Education Partnership, heralding a new era of educational collaboration and more opportunities for Bay of Plenty students.
University marine bike ride part of Seaweek activities
28th February 2014
The University’s Coastal Marine Field Station staff will lead a coastal bike ride ‘with a difference’ as part of the Marine Station’s annual Open Day...
Monitoring shows little long-lasting effect from Rena grounding
4th December 2013
A comprehensive monitoring report into the effects of oil pollution from the grounding of the MV Rena on Astrolabe Reef in 2011 shows few long-lasting impacts on Bay of Plenty maritime habitats.
INTERCOAST PhD research to continue in the Bay
19th February 2013
A second round of doctoral research projects will soon be underway in the Bay of Plenty as part of the international INTERCOAST programme involving the Universities of Waikato and Bremen in Germany.
Rena environmental monitoring continues
1st August 2012
Members of the ERI are involved in a group set up to assess the long-term impacts of the Rena disaster on the Bay of Plenty’s coastal environment.
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