Author: Mary Botting

14 Dec Geospatial Research Seminar Series (GRISS) – 25 November 2022 – Recorded

In the past, there has been a disconnect and little collaboration between the people and organizations doing work on the plant pathogens that cause myrtle rust and kauri dieback. This has stymied progress in the management of these plant pathogens and diseases, to the extent that it is still unclear where they occur and where they do not. In this presentation we will introduce the principles and methodologies of the Mātauranga Māori Framework for surveillance (MMFS) for plant pathogens.

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28 Nov Andrew Kindon – 2023 Clinical Research Training Fellowship

Determinants of abdominal aortic aneurysm risk in New Zealand ($110,104 over 36 months)   Andrew Kindon’s research will employ geospatial technologies to spatially identify areas demonstrating excess risk of AAA death in New Zealand, and the associated environmental risk factors. This includes socioeconomic deprivation, accessibility…

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16 Sep Geospatial Research Seminar Series (GRISS) – 30 Sept 2022

Te Kete Kōrero o Ōhinemutu is a Mātauranga Māori map-based tool co-created by the community of Ōhinemutu and the Geospatial Research Institute Toi Hangarau. Ōhinemutu is a village with deep connection to Ngāti Whakaue. Built on the shores of Lake Rotorua, it is famed for its geothermal features and Te Papa-i-Ouru marae. Te Kete Kōrero o Ōhinemutu has been built to hold and share historical narratives of Ōhinemutu as well as current community initiatives. The range of narratives includes traditional, historic, scientific and lived experiences.

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