Posts Tagged ‘New Zealand’

Sustainable Aquaculture: New Zealand King Salmon

February 26th, 2016 by Colin Russell aka "English" |

“Nature made the rules. Our job is to observe and learn.” In the heart of New Zealand’s South Island lies the tiny town of Twizel. 290 km from Christchurch and 200 km from Queenstown, the settlement with a rough population of 1,200 people is quite unassuming to most. However, to those who harbor an interest […]

Geology in the Field: A New Zealand Experience, Pt. 3

April 10th, 2015 by Gus Meloy |

This blog series details the travels and experiences of SeaTrek’s Gus Meloy, a geologist going through the pinnacle of his education. Six weeks of intense field and course work are described while providing insight about the country of New Zealand. This is a unique perspective he intends to share through a series of entries.

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