Covid-19 banner info
Homepage
Spacer

Explore our Science

Natural Hazards
Environment and Climate
Energy Futures
Land and Marine Geosciences

Watch our experts answer questions about earthquakes, volcano, tsunami and landslides 

Jonathan
Kristie
Nico
Karen

Media Releases

Ground-breaking climate change collaboration awarded PM’s Science Prize - 30/06/20

GNS Science is proud to be part of the Melting Ice & Rising Seas Team that has been awarded the Prime Minister’s Science Prize.

“Nice surprises” in Dunedin groundwater research - 29/06/2020

GNS Science experts report “a few nice surprises” after a year of groundwater monitoring – one of the first steps needed to fully understand Dunedin’s vulnerability to sea-level rise and flooding.

New maps and website give fresh insights into NZ continent - 22/06/2020

Two maps and a website released by GNS Science this week give insights into the amazing forces that shaped Aotearoa New Zealand and the mostly submerged continent that lies beneath our feet.

Revised hazard posters for Mt Ruapehu 2020 – 12 June 2020

Collective release: Department of Conservation, GNS Science, Ruapehu Alpine Lifts

Ruapehu is an incredible winter playground, and as mountain users prepare for the 2020 season a revised set of hazard posters will help them know how to keep themselves safe on the volcano.

Government’s support for science sector crucial for NZ’s recovery - GNS Science - 03/06/20

Science and innovation will play a crucial role in New Zealand’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and GNS Science welcomes today’s announcement of additional support for the sector.

International recognition for GNS Science's research output - 05/05/2020

Cutting edge research and high-impact partnerships have cemented GNS Science’s position as a thought leader in earth and environmental sciences, recognised in the annual Nature Index.

Chance discovery finds ‘Goldilocks conditions’ needed for quakes to trigger a volcanic eruption - 04/04/2020

A chance discovery by researchers at GNS Science has shed light on why it is possible for an earthquake, in rare conditions, to trigger a volcanic eruption.