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Monday 19 June 2017 | Published in Environment

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Old knowledge addresses climate change
Researcher Diamir de Scally (right) helps Te Ipukarea Society executive member Dave Furnell and Alanna Smith to retrieve the TIS bird recorder high up on the Maungatea Bluff . 17061619

This week’s Te Ipukarea Society column was written by visiting researcher Diamir de Scally who is in the Cook Islands until the end of July.

This week’s Te Ipukarea Society column was written by visiting researcher Diamir de Scally who is in the Cook Islands until the end of July.


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