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Beech mega-masts and predator plagues – expert Q&A

This year has been called a mega-mast, as more than half of all beech forests are seeding across New Zealand. The amount of seed and fruit available has been boosted even further by the simultaneous flowering of rimu and tussock. University of Canterbury Professor Dave Kelly, School of Biological Sciences, comments on what stage of the masting cycle we’re in now, and how the mega mast will affect native bird and predator numbers over summer.

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Liam Grant
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Programme Coordinator, Aotahi School of Māori and Indigenous Studies

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How grim is grim? What the future looks like for Māori academics

“It looks grim,” says Dr Tyron Love, a senior lecturer of Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship at the University of Canterbury (UC) College of Business and Law, of the preliminary findings of his research into the future of Māori academics in New Zealand universities.

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For now in New Zealand, my Māori degree enables me to help with the Department of Conservation in a communication capacity.

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