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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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