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Collection: Vega Seismic Monitoring in New Zealand (Photo & Video)

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Marine biologist Heather Braid and marine scientist Matt Pine join the SV Vega to monitor the impacts of seismic testing on marine mammals in the Reinga Basin. This is research the NZ government should have done before it started issuing permits to big oil companies. Evidence from marine scientists around the world suggests that seismic testing is bad for whales and dolphins. TGS is conducting a four-month seismic testing programme in the Reinga Basin on behalf of a number of companies including Statoil from Norway.
Vega Seismic Monitoring in New Zealand
4 Jan, 2015
Vega Seismic Monitoring in New Zealand
A Pod of Dolphins in New Zealand
11 Dec, 2014
A Pod of Dolphins in New Zealand
Sunset over North Cape in New Zealand
11 Dec, 2014
Sunset over North Cape in New Zealand
Marine Scientist on SV Vega in New Zealand
11 Dec, 2014
Marine Scientist on SV Vega in New Zealand
Marine Biologist on SV Vega in New Zealand
11 Dec, 2014
Marine Biologist on SV Vega in New Zealand
Marine Scientist on SV Vega in New Zealand
11 Dec, 2014
Marine Scientist on SV Vega in New Zealand
Marine Biologist on SV Vega in New Zealand
11 Dec, 2014
Marine Biologist on SV Vega in New Zealand
Skipper of SV Vega in New Zealand
11 Dec, 2014
Skipper of SV Vega in New Zealand
Marine Scientists on SV Vega in New Zealand
11 Dec, 2014
Marine Scientists on SV Vega in New Zealand
Marine Scientist and Skipper on SV Vega in New Zealand
11 Dec, 2014
Marine Scientist and Skipper on SV Vega in New Zealand
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