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Saturday 29 July 2017 | Written by Chris Taylor | Published in Local

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Scientific sleuths get to the bottom of Muri lagoon’s murky algae problem
Hydrologist Zoe Pattinson and project co-ordinator Anthony Kirk check water samples taken directly from the sand at the south end of Muri Beach as part of the initial environmental survey for the Me Te Vai Ki Te Vai project which has the ultimate aim of providing sustainable wastewater infrastructure for the Muri-Avana area. 17072425

Nine days of investigation to get to the bottom of Muri Lagoon’s algae problem has been six months.

Nine days of investigation to get to the bottom of Muri Lagoon’s algae problem has been six months.


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