The Crown Research Institutes are hosting an exhibition about their science at The Cloud, Queens Wharf, Auckland on Thursday 12th April.
A list of all past events.
NIWA is sponsoring the Irrigation New Zealand conference - building prosperity, opportunity and resilience for all.
The conference runs from the 2 - 4th April at the SBS events centre in Timaru. For more information see the Irrigation NZ website
The 6th International Conference on High Resolution Surveys in Shallow Waters was held in Wellington, New Zealand.
NIWA is sponsoring the 25th International Congress for Conservation Biology.
NIWA staff are running three workshop 'Think Tanks' before the conference, these worksops are:
Implications of environmental change to Antarctic ecosystems 2, 3, 4 December, for more information contact email@example.com
Deep-sea coral research to enhance conservation 2, 3 December, for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
NIWA is sponsoring Geosciences 2011, the Geoscience Society of New Zealand's annual conference.
This year's conference is being held in Nelson and will cover a broad range of geological and geophysical research being undertaken in New Zealand.
For further information see the conference website
NIWA is sponsoring the New Zealand Coastal Society's Annual Conference.
The 16th WMO/IAEA Meeting on Carbon Dioxide, Other Greenhouse Gases, and Related Measurement Techniques (GGMT)
Provisional session topics are:
NIWA sponsored the 15th International Conference of the IWA Diffuse Pollution Specialist Group on: Diffuse Pollution and Eutrophication.
NIWA is sponsoring the Health Related Water Microbiology workshop.
The workshop will be held in Rotorua and will cover topics including:
Water pollution and diseases, microbial source tracking, catchment protection, biofilm studies, water and sanitation in developing country, climate change and water quality, recreational water and health, epidemiology of waterborne diseases, microbial risk assessment, microbial quality of shellfish growing areas, applications of nanotechnology, water and energy and, zoonoses.