Author: mvega

20 Sep Geospatial Research Seminar Series (GRISS) – October 4th 2023

Planet (a public benefit corporation) is imaging the land surface of the Earth on a near-daily basis, with multispectral sensors at ~3.7m per pixel we operate the largest fleet of earth observation satellites in history with a constellation of 19 high-resolution SkySats, capable of 0.5m multispectral imaging. e change, terrestrial an aquatic  ecosystems, wildlife biology and agriculture.

Video recording available at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dv37CHZct2o&list=PLJymSfBIuEWKYLJbi6LzyiRXKtAQBbcH3&index=7&t=15s

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Joanne Lee - Master student

27 Mar UC Master’s mapping reveals geographical cavities

After several years as an oral health therapist in Ashburton, Joanne Lee, who graduates from UC this week with a Master’s in Health Science, was inspired to complete her postgraduate studies after noticing inequalities in access to dental care.   Click here to read more…

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31 Mar Senior Lecturer and research fellow at the GeoHealth Laboratory Dr Matthew Hobbs makes the news talking about his research in the prevalence of non-fluoride toothpaste use in New Zealand

See Dr Hobbs interview at Breakfast morning news show here:   Does your toothpaste have flouride in it?A new paper by University of Canterbury's Dr Matt Hobbs found many New Zealanders are using non-flouride toothpaste putting them at higher risk of tooth decay. Posted by…

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