Collaborations and associations

We maintain professional linkages with several agencies. These relationships are built on collaborative research projects and the sharing of knowledge and expertise.

Rat, by Francisco Martins, iStock.

The ISSG, which is part of The World Conservation Union (IUCN) aims to reduce threats to natural ecosystems and native species.

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New Zealand from satellite, NASA

The professional society concerned with promoting geography in New Zealand.

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GNS Science is dedicated to understanding the natural processes of the earth and translating these into economic, environmental and social benefits.

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Volcanic activity

This organisation promotes links between the New Zealand Geographical Society and geography departments in universities and schools.

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Pancake rocks West Coast New Zealand, Ewan Munro

New Zealand's professional body of geoscientists, including practising professionals, recent graduates and students.

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PhD student Geoff Lerner studying volcanic rock.

This organisation of professional engineers represents practitioners in soil mechanics, rock mechanics and engineering geology.

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Close up on map

New Zealand's department of geographical information responsible for surveying, land titles, and management of Crown land.

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Manuka flowers with bee, By Avenue, Wikimedia

This research institute is responsible for driving innovation in the management of terrestrial biodiversity and land resources.

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Humpback whale near NIWA vessel

NIWA conducts environmental science with a focus on the sustainable management of New Zealand's natural resources.

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