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Waikato launches ‘ambitious’ Taranaki research plan

Seabird habitat, wetlands ecology and alpine plants in the Taranaki region are among postgraduate research projects to be funded by a $200,000 scholarship programme developed by the University of Waikato and the George Mason Charitable Trust.

The trust is New Zealand’s leading environmental research benefactor and was set up in 1995 by one of the country’s most distinguished botanists, George Mason.

Through his charitable trust, Mason has supported postgraduate research in environment science at several universities for more than 20 years.

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