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Engineers check ocean outfall option

Monday 16 July 2018 | Published in Environment

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Engineers check ocean outfall option
The research team at work off Avana. PHOTO: Kirby Morejohn. 18071023

A team of coastal engineers from Australia visited Rarotonga last week to help with the collection of data on nearshore ocean currents and water mixing processes outside the lagoon, as a part of the Mei Te Vai Ki Te Vai (MTVKTV) project.

A team of coastal engineers from Australia visited Rarotonga last week to help with the collection of data on nearshore ocean currents and water mixing processes outside the lagoon, as a part of the Mei Te Vai Ki Te Vai (MTVKTV) project.


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