Working with the Antarctic Heritage Trust we were able to bring you an edit of their podcast: Frozen in Time: Scott's Antarctic Legacy. In it, Chief Operations Officer Francesca Eathorne speaks to conservators whose hard work has contributed to preserving the hut and the over 11,000 artefacts inside. If this is a topic of interest to you, I also highly recommend Alison Ballance and Veronika Meduna's collection of audio stories Saving Antarctic Heritage.
Dr. Rebecca Gladstone-Gallagher from the University of Auckland is leading a project to investigate temperature extremes in estuary sediments. Ecologically important creatures like cockles live at this interface between ocean and land and can be impacted by heatwaves in both.
And Akuhata Bailey-Winiata is starting his PhD to investigate what managed retreat solutions might look like for Māori communities whose marae are threatened by sea level rise.