Water & Atmosphere 27, May 2022

The May 2022 edition of NIWA's flagship publication, Water & Atmosphere.

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In this issue:

Jessica Rowley talks to three NIWA researchers trying to piece together what’s happening to the world’s largest ice shelf.
The tiny ear bone of a fish holds a wealth of information. Gather enough and you get a snapshot of what’s happening beneath the waves. Stuart Mackay explains.
Mia Blyth catches up with a marine biologist hunting for ocean ghosts.
Climate change means more intense storm systems are on their way. Science can’t stop it raining, but it can help communities prepare for the worst and plan for the future.
Stacy Mohan looks at how the shockwaves from a remote Tongan island rippled through NIWA’s research community.
From scallop beds to trawl nets, a little bit of data science can make a big difference. Melissa Bray explains.