We have an ambitious plan for connecting our programme with the world, during and after the expedition.

 You can follow these outputs here.

THE EXPEDITION : 6 Dec 2010–12 Feb 2011
Communication hub
Follow the journey live on this web site and Facebook, with updates sent via satellite throughout the expedition.
 We will send blogs, photos, and video clips of our time on the island and links to our other live outputs listed below.
TV3 news will film the trip down to the island, and the ‘expedition launch’ ceremony held on the island by the Minister of Conservation. We will send material to TV3 via satellite for TV news items throughout the expedition.
We will be taking plenty of footage that can supplement NZ Natural History and other documentary libraries.
Weekly Saturday live interviews via satellite with Graeme Hill from Radio Live New Zealand.
 We have two interviews before we go (30 Oct, 13 Nov 2010) and five while on the island (18 Dec 2010; 1, 15, 29 Jan 2011; 5 Feb 2011).

Public events
Join us at post-expedition functions where we will tell  stories of our time on the island, and review initial findings.
TE PAPA: dates to be advised.
SOUTHLAND MUSEUM: dates to be advised, possibly with a long-term exhibit. Live public communication portal during the expedition.
Production of large format prints for sale.
Popular publishing
Articles and photos submitted to key magazines and newspapers.
Upon completion of other outputs, we will produce a ‘table top’ book on Campbell Island and our experiences.
Science outputs
Research findings presented at conferences, as articles in scientific journals, and in targeted reports.