It was a great and fruitful week participating in the 56th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Marine Science Society in Christchurch (#NZMSS2017). We would like to congratulate our researchers that shared some of our projects through the following talks:

- Steve Dawson - "Drones for Good: adapting an off-the-shelf quadcopter for aerial photogrammetry"
- Liz Slooten - "Power to detect Maui dolphin population trends"
- Will Rayment - "Diversity and distribution of cetaceans in the Otago submarine canyons"
- Eva Leunissen - "Underwater noise from pile driving and its impact on Hector's dolphin in Lyttelton harbour, New Zealand"
- Lindsay Wickman - "An observed decline in the mark rate of Hector's dolphins after area based protection"
- Tom Brough - "Assessment of a 'recreational' grade echo-sounder to provide quantitative information on the distribution and relative abundance of small schooling fish"
- Marta Guerra - "Preliminary insights into the effects of the Kaikoura earthquake on sperm whales"
- Jesu Valdes - "Effects of mussel farms on Hector's dolphins: an ecosystem perspective"
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