Aoraki


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A·o·ra·ki

 (ä′ō-rä′kē)
See Mount Cook.
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The university turned to Hexagon Geospatial's ERDAS IMAGINE and IMAGINE Photogrammetry(formerly LPS) to help measure the height of Mount Cook, also called Aoraki, following a large rock avalanche that changed the peak's topography and height in 1991.
The Aoraki Mackenzie Dark Sky Reserve, where Lake Takapo is located, used special lightbulbs and shields for 30 years.
We took two fixed-wing plane flights - one with family-owned Air Safaris to view New Zealand's highest peak, Aoraki Mount Cook.
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The lake is part of Aoraki Mount Cook National Park.
Aoraki, Mt Cook, the pinnacle of health and well-being, stands proud and humble among his brothers as they form the Southern Alps.
The national park could join an even more select band, as there are currently only five reserves, including Aoraki Mackenzie in New Zealand and the Brecon Beacons national park in Wales.
There are only 5 sites around the world that have gained the status, and the three outside of the UK are Aoraki Mackenzie in New Zealand, Namibia Rand Nature Reserve in the southern African state of Namibia, and Mont Megantic in Quebec, eastern Canada.
Auckland University School of Pharmacy has begun incorporating the NZF into its teaching programme, and the team at Health Pathways are looking at ways to incorporate the NZF into their referral pathways for Canterbury, Aoraki, West Coast, Nelson Marlborough, and Hutt Valley DHBs.
The Canterbury Regional Economic Development Strategy (CREDS) was prepared by a research team appointed at the end of November 2008, comprised of the AERU research unit at Lincoln University and the region's five economic development agencies: Enterprise North Canterbury, Canterbury Development Corporation, the economic and community development officers in the Selwyn District Council, Enterprise Ashburton and the Aoraki Development Trust.
MARK INGLIS AND PHIL DOOLE Pals Mark Inglis and Phil Doole survived 13 days in an ice cave on the slopes of New Zealand's highest mountain Aoraki Mt Cook in 1982.
Mark Inglis is forever etched in the minds of New Zealanders as a person who survived the desolation of having both his lower legs amputated through frostbite as a consequence of being stranded on Aoraki Mount Cook, New Zealand's highest mountain and yet persevered to succeed in climbing the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest.