Update on William Van Der Beek

William Van Der Beek has had a very busy month. The first two weeks were spent in Japan at the World Championships where he finished 32nd. The level of competition was of a very high standard which really pushed him hard and he has already noticed big improvements in his sur...
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Challenging river survey helps reveal best bakery. What’s your pick?

River Cross Sections surveys can be extremely challenging. During winter the rivers are in floods so profiling by vessel is the norm while in summer dried out river beds brings topographic survey techniques to the fore, along with a large variety of insects, including wasps....
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New Zealand’s First Combined Hydrographic and Marine Science Survey

Land Information New Zealand and Marlborough District Council contracted NIWA and DML to undertake the first combined hydrographic and marine science survey of all of Queen Charlotte Sound. Bruce Wallen, one of New Zealands most highly experienced hydrographic surveyors, ha...
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Courtney Rennie, is off to the Under 23 World Rowing Championships with DML in full support as one of her sponsors. In April Courtney was selected for the New Zealand Under 23 Rowing Team for the Women’s Lightweight Single Scull (LW1X), with the regatta to be held in Plov...
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DML is pleased to announce the sponsorship of William van der Beek, of Mount Maunganui College, who has been selected to attend the Junior World Surfing Champs in Japan later this year. As a company, we see a nice fit in supporting a local surfer in his endeavours to take ...
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On the 8th March the Hunua Falls in Auckland, New Zealand, felt the effects of a severe weather system passing over the North Island....
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Seabed charts of the Marlborough Sounds dating back to the 1940s are set to be overhauled in a state-of-the-art digital mapping project. Information from more than 40,000 hectares of Queen Charlotte Sound and the Tory Channel will help to guide council and science in the fu...
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“Pathways to Excellence” Conference, Rotorua 19th – 21 October 2016

Declan Stubbing, Jimmy Van Der Pauw and Kevin Smith have submitted their paper in preparation for Water New Zealand's annual conference and are looking forward to showcasing some of our latest results and technology. Here's a few images of what to expect. Hope to see you at...
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Multibeam Echo Sounders Supporting Water Quality

Multibeam Echo Sounders (MBES) are increasingly being used in fresh water environments to support water quality management programs for rivers, lakes and dams as well as asset management for submerged structures such as dam faces, intakes and outfalls. This high resolutio...
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DML Supports Tauranga Boys College in Fiji

Tauranga Boys College recently returned from Fiji where they undertook a post cyclone rebuild of the Yamacia Rugby Clubs' youth accommodation block. In one week the team of students, teachers and locals built a new accommodation block for the team with the aid of generous...
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