A list of all past events.
GEOHAB 2010 will take place in the Town Hall, Wellington, New Zealand from the 4th to the 7th of May 2010. This is a great location in the heart of New Zealand's Capital City, within easy walking distance of all major facilities.GEOHAB 2010 will welcome oral and poster presentations pertinent to research and applications associated with submarine habitat mapping. The theme of this year's conference is
"CHARACTERISATION, QUANTIFICATION AND DIVERSITY OF EXTREME HABITATS"
This theme must be understood in the most encompassing way.
The 11th Biennial Baseline Surface Radiation Network (BSRN) Scientific Review and Workshop
Hosted by New Zealand’s National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research (NIWA).
Copthorne Hotel, Queenstown
12 April: Arrival
13 April: All day: meeting at Copthorne Hotel
14 April: All day: meeting at Copthorne Hotel
15 April: Field trip to NIWA Lauder (date flexible)
16 April: Meeting at Copthorne Hotel
17 April: Departure
Follow this link for the full programme.
Workshop Dinner (venue TB
Leading researchers from New Zealand and Australia who have an interest in UV radiation and its health impacts will be attending. Current list of talks.
Year after year the Havelock Mussel Festival is a huge success, drawing crowds of up to 6000 people.
In 2009 there were a record number of 70 stalls which offered food, wine and beer, crafts and industry displays. This was in conjunction with top kiwi entertainment, lots of fun activities - it really is the festival that brings the whole community together.
In 2010 NIWA will again be taking a Gold Sponsorship of the event, sponsoring the The NIWA Kidzone.
Registrations open! Early bird closes 31 October
The 4th National Wetland Restoration Symposium, will be held in Rotorua on March 3rd-5th 2010. The theme is: "Wetland Management and Restoration (Freshwater and Estuarine)."
This very practical-based forum is being organised by the Bay of Plenty Wetland Forum in association with the National Wetland Trust.
Te Papa Wellington
The Australasian Coasts and Ports Conference is the pre-eminent forum in the Australasian region for industry professionals from all disciplines to join together and discuss issues related to our coasts and ports.
NIWA is sponsoring and on the organising committee for this event.
For more details contact Dr Andrew Laing ([email protected])
Location: NIWA Auckland from 22nd to 24th July 2009 (past).
The meeting has attracted a wide range of scientists from universities, research institutes and government agencies. Talks and posters have covered topics from aerosol fundamentals - physics and chemistry, formation and generation of aerosols - to urban PM and bush fires.
Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand
This two-day conference will include keynote speeches and presentations by leading international and New Zealand experts and researchers on climate change and adaptation, case-study based panel discussions, and input from end-users on their needs for information and tools. The NZCCC’s aim is to stimulate collaborative research by facilitating communication between scientists, planners, councils, engineers, businesses, Māori, and organisations dealing with climate change issues.
Te Papa, Wellington
Friday 15th May - Sunday 17th May 2009
This meeting will outline the latest advances in understanding past climates in New Zealand and Australia, the causes and effects of climate change in the Southern Hemisphere and the relationships with global climate change.
NIWA is part of the organising committee for this event.
Contact Dr Helen Bostock ([email protected]) for more details
A Public Lecture will be given in Law 108 of the University of Canterbury on 6 May 2009, at 6pm. The speaker is Professor Steven Gaines, Marine Science Institute, Center for the Future of the Oceans, University of California, Santa Barbara,Visiting Erskine Fellow.
Refreshments will be available in the foyer from 5.30pm, sponsored by the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research.
The NSF-MARGINS Source-to-Sink (S2S) program will hold a workshop April 5-9, 2009 in Gisborne, New Zealand, for approximately 60 scientists. Research in the two S2S focus areas of PNG and NZ has reached a critical stage where integration and synthesis of results is now possible. This workshop represents the first opportunity for the two working groups to begin the process of integrating results and placing them in a broader context for conceptual and numerical model development.