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Mitiaro lures in PhD researcher

Saturday 11 September 2021 | Written by Emmanuel Samoglou | Published in Education, National, Outer Islands

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Mitiaro lures in PhD researcher
Antony Vavia in Rarotonga this week, where he discussed his research in Mitiaro during a USP talk. 21091027

Nearly two years of carrying out research on Mitiaro gave Auckland University of Technology Marine Biology PhD candidate Antony Vavia insight into the relationship island’s residents have with the ocean, while also shedding light on a place where he has ancestral roots.

Nearly two years of carrying out research on Mitiaro gave Auckland University of Technology Marine Biology PhD candidate Antony Vavia insight into the relationship island’s residents have with the ocean, while also shedding light on a place where he has ancestral roots.


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