THE JOURNEY

Technical Assistance

Shelley McMurtrie
21 Jul 2012 - 09:00
Outputs
Technical Assistance
Campbell Island Bicentennial Expedition, Mark Crompton, The Gaurdian
Campbell Island Bicentennial Expedition, Mark Crompton, The Gaurdian

After 44 years reading the weather, and seven years combined time on Campbell Island (the longest combined time on the island) manning New Zealand's most southern meteorological station, it is time for Mark to hang up the thermometer.

Mark was a key support personnel on the Campbell Island expedition - downloading and interpreting weather maps every night so that we knew what kind of weather was in store for us on the following days. Without Marks interpretation we would not...

Norm Judd
27 Jan 2011 - 20:11
Island Life
CIBE TeamTechnical Assistance
Colin welcoming Norm
The Maia
Watties, what else
Mince pie time
Mince pie and wine
C4 coffee
Survival Kit Company
Broken window

This is a personal thank you to all the individuals and organisations that have made the archaeological assessment of Campbell Island’s historic sites possible. It is an all time first.

This thank you comes a little early because the expedition is not yet over but I’ve seen and experienced enough to know that the expedition would not have been possible without sponsorship, donations, and technical support and assistance.

From a personal point of view the most...

Steve Croasdale
26 Dec 2010 - 20:41
Island Life
Technical Assistance
Beeman Point Base
Taking A Break

I first came to Campbell Island in 1989 for a recce, then several more times over the last 20 years. I was then supporting the meteorological programme by maintaining the essential services at the Beeman base (photo). For the Campbell Island Bicentennial Expedition (CIBE) my role has been similar. We are occupying a still very sound building, first established in the 1950s, developed, but abandoned as a full time occupied meteorological office in 1995 when an automatic weather station was...

Carla Meurk
23 Dec 2010 - 21:22
Research Areas
Technical Assistance
The Colony
Orange 32
A Banded Bird
Orange 83
The Colony

The island’s Albatross species have been key players in the history of ecology in the region with a banding program established during World War II by Jack Sorensen, a naturalist stationed on the island as a coastwatcher. Over the ensuing years MetService staff, scientists and most recently international volunteers have continued this (and other) ornithological research.

I recently spent 6 days assisting current Albatross research during which time I learnt how to handle...

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