Ecology meets Technology
Anne Scott and Elise Smith
Eudyptula minor
Korora
Little Blue Penguin
Generational Amnesia
Community data is valuable
Are your penguins going missing?
Can you help us build the picture of penguin
whereabouts and survival in Taranaki?
We nee...
Technology provides connectivity
Online data gathering and analysis
Visualise data from certain dates
Decide where to use scarce resources
2011
November 2012
footprints of parents returning to the nests
Monitoring of penguin nests
The interface where
ecology meets technology
Acknowledgements
• Andrew Hornblow – Bright Sparks
• MAIN Trust NZ – www.main.net.nz
• Mark Meyburg
http://taranakipenguin...
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Presentation to SCANZ 2013 3rd Nature - Hui and Symposium: "We know we have built a civilisation which is unsustainable. How are we developing today the new culture that will allow us to create a sustainable civilisation?" — Roger Malina, Astrophysicist and Editor of Leonardo
Presentations and projects highlighted cross cultural interchange and/or computing and electronics projects and/or the hybrid arts.

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  • Penguins have a long lineage. They belong to
  • There has been discussion at SCANZ about the naming of things, language and expression - penguins
  • The only sure thing is CHANGE
  • August 2011 ?
  • Ecology meets technology scanz 2013

    1. 1. Ecology meets Technology Anne Scott and Elise Smith
    2. 2. Eudyptula minor
    3. 3. Korora
    4. 4. Little Blue Penguin
    5. 5. Generational Amnesia
    6. 6. Community data is valuable
    7. 7. Are your penguins going missing? Can you help us build the picture of penguin whereabouts and survival in Taranaki? We need a baseline to work from. Any penguin sightings, historical information on their whereabouts, or photographs, can be shared by emailing ‘Taranaki Penguins’ or by using the online map at www.seasense.org.nz
    8. 8. Technology provides connectivity
    9. 9. Online data gathering and analysis
    10. 10. Visualise data from certain dates
    11. 11. Decide where to use scarce resources 2011
    12. 12. November 2012 footprints of parents returning to the nests
    13. 13. Monitoring of penguin nests
    14. 14. The interface where ecology meets technology
    15. 15. Acknowledgements • Andrew Hornblow – Bright Sparks • MAIN Trust NZ – www.main.net.nz • Mark Meyburg http://taranakipenguins.blogspot.co.nz/ • Nga Motu Marine Reserve Society Inc. www.seasense.org.nz • Puke Ariki http://www.pukeariki.com/
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