Aless Smith, a Masters student in Marine Science, talks about her work in measuring the levels of sediment in the Otago Harbour, and how she involves local school kids in her studies. Advertisements
Lisa Craw, a Masters student in Geology, talks about her research into the mechanical properties of ice.
Jack Williams, a PhD student in the Department of Geology, talks about his research on earthquakes and, in particular, the way that the movement that happens at a fault line changes the land surrounding it in characteristic ways.
Lauren Mathewson, a Masters student in Geology, talks about how analysing gases contained in rock samples dug out of the ground can help us understand earthquakes.
Alex Sims, a Masters student in Geography, talks about his research into how to measure how much rain water permeates down inside mountains, and why we should care.
Jacob Anderson, a Masters student in the Department of Geology, talks about his trips to Antarctica and his research there, trying to understand what it looked like in the past and how it might look in the future. Anderson-2013-05-30
Nick Barth, a recent PhD graduate in Geology, talks about his research on earthquakes and rock avalanches associated with the southern Alpine Fault in New Zealand’s South Island. Barth-2013-03-07