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TTC Club Night Duty Roster


If you can't do a duty, agree to swap with someone else and update the roster. The SC contact list is available in the grey box.


5 AprilMuriel/AlanMurielAlan
12 AprilJan/LynneJanLynne
19 AprilJan/LynneLynneJan
26 AprilChris/MurielMurielChris
3 MayJanRatanaMuriel
10 MayChrisChrisJan
17 MayAlanRatanaTish
24 MayLynneJanAlanWinter Activities Evening
31 MayMurielMurielChris
7 JunJanJanMuriel
14 JunEveryone Quiz Evening
21 JunLynneLynneAlan
28 JunLynneLynneTish
5 JulJanJanChris/Hera
12 JulMurielMurielTish
19 JulChrisAlanJan/JaneP
26 JulAlanAlanLynne

| ***Tuesdays 16th December - 6th January TTC closed for the summer holidays***

5 July A winter in Squamish

Ghost sharks under threat

Bill Allcock spent the Canadian winter of 2013 - 2014 in British Columbiaís coastal town of Squamish, experiencing some of the popular tourist attractions and many outdoor activities on offer. He was joined there for a few weeks by Dave Reynolds.

12 July The changing face of Aotearoa

The changing face of Aotearoa

Dr Kevin Norton discusses how revolutions in cartography, geology, chemistry, and physics have led to major advances in our understanding of the evolution of New Zealandís landscapes.

19 July Awe inspiring and immensely beautiful: A voyage to Antarctica

Awe inspiring and immensely beautiful: A voyage to Antarctica

In early 2016, Ian Armitage voyaged to the Ross Sea, visiting the heritage huts of Scott and Shackleton, Cape Bird on Ross Island, and the new Korean Antarctic Station in Terra Nova Bay.

26 July Coordinating search and rescue missions

Coordinating search and rescue missions

The Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand (RCCNZ) coordinates major maritime and aviation search and rescue missions, and land-based rescues initiated by the use of distress beacons. Paul Craven takes a look at how distress beacons work, how to get the best out of your PLB, and the merits of other distress-alerting devices.

2 August The New Zealand storm petrel rediscovered


In 2013 a team of researchers made the stunning discovery that the New Zealand storm petrel, a tiny seabird once thought to be extinct, was nesting on Little Barrier Island. Graeme Taylor from DoC describes the efforts being made by a dedicated team to determine its conservation status on the island.

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