A major aim of DEVORA is to communicate our science effectively. We are investigating how to best present our findings to other scientists, stakeholders, and the public in a clear, concise manner, in formats that are easily understood and tailored to the intended audience.
Te Rito journalism cadets join DEVORA scientists on an exploration of Te Pane-O-Mataaho / Māngere Mountain
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Have you ever wondered about the volcanoes our city is built upon and how we are making sure we’re prepared?
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Missed out on the presentations from last years DEVORA forum, or want to watch them again? You can now access them all from DEVORAs figshare page
DEVORA outreach in the community.
Check out this 55 min discussion between Volcanologist Jan and Youtube KIWITALKZ.
April has been a busy month for DEVORA outreach, with exhibitions at both the annual MOTAT STEM Fair, and at Polyfest in conjunction with Massey Universities JCDR and Niupatch and QuakeCore. Click inside to see some photos and at home experiment ideas.
Looking for the definitive list of Auckland Volcanic Field centres to check off and ensure you've seen them all? Look no further!
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Highlights of the 13th Annual DEVORA Forum held on November 3rd, 2020.
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Do you know that there are about 53 volcanoes in Auckland and that Rangitoto is the youngest one?
Cleverly illustrated and packed full of easy to understand information, the DEVORA fact sheets prepared by leading scientific communicators share fun volcanic facts in a simple and engaging form.
Most people believe they have the necessary items to survive a volcanic eruption but only a few believe they are very prepared, an Auckland risk perception survey shows.