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You left the bad weather behind as you flew out of Dunedin above the Taieri River. Image: LEARNZ.
It was a bumpy flight as you headed north. Image: LEARNZ.
Alvin settles in to read the Kia Ora inflght magazine. Image: LEARNZ.
Braided rivers glistened in the late afternoon sunshine. Image: LEARNZ.
You could see the nor\
Safe on the ground in Christchurch. Image: LEARNZ.
Parts of the old Christchurch Cathedral remain in the Square. Image: LEARNZ.
Do you recognse this old building in Cathedral Square? Image: LEARNZ.
A crane hovers over Cathedral Square and reminds us of the massive amounts of construction happening in Christchurch. Image: LEARNZ.
The EPIC Centre in Christchurch was one of the first buildings to be built following the earthquakes. What is this building used for? Image: LEARNZ.
Inside the EPIC Centre. What do you notice about the design of this area? Image: LEARNZ.
Jeremy, Shelley and Tim answer questions during the second audioconference. Image: LEARNZ.
Welcome to St Bede\
Tom a Year 12 student and his teacher Gerard in the library at St Bede\
Kieran and Yasmin from Clarkville School show Jeremy and Shelley the work they have been doing to capture building footprints. Can you take part in this competition? Image: LEARNZ.
Come in and see how Christchurch will look in the future. Image: LEARNZ.
You can also see how Chirstchurch used to look through the use of 3D technology. Image: LEARNZ.
Julian Carver shows Shelley some 3D printed models of old Christchurch buildings. Why are these models useful? Image: LEARNZ.
The photo on the left is an orthophoto of the area around the Sky Tower. How is this photo different from the original one on the right and why is it more useful? Image: LEARNZ.
Andrew shows you how aerial photos can be used to make topographic maps. Image: LEARNZ.
Andrew tries to take measurements of a rugby field in Hagley Park using the GPS on his phone. How else could he take these measurements? Image: LEARNZ.
Properties can be identified and mapped using aerial photographs. Image: LEARNZ.
Information such as where services are located is a lot more useful and easy to understand when it is overlaid on to aerial photos. Image: LEARNZ.
The Avon River never used to flow through here, it has been shifted and this change can be seen by looking at old aerial photos. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley and Andrew talk to St Peter\
Andrew shows Shelley how aerial photos can be used to help plan subdivisions. Image: LEARNZ.
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Aerial photos can help people see how new subdivisions will fit into an area. Image: LEARNZ.
Welcome to Tuahiwi kainga. Do you know what kainga means? Image: LEARNZ.
Te Maire and Shelley talk to Rosebank and Banks Avenue Schools during the audioconferences. Image: LEARNZ.
This is the Maahunui Marae in Tuahiwi, can you find out why it is named this? Image: LEARNZ.
Te Maire talks to Shelley and Alvin about the origin of New Zealand place names. Image: LEARNZ.
This is a tributary to Ōtākaro Avon River outside the University of Canterbury. Can you find out what it is called. Image: LEARNZ.
This tributary is called Wairarapa - where does this name come from? Image: LEARNZ.
Wairarapa is also the name of a street in Christchurch. Image: LEARNZ.
The Ōtākaro Avon River was used by both  Māori and European settlers; what did they use it for? Image: LEARNZ.
Read the diaries and view the images to find out what happened during each day of the field trip. Image: LEARNZ.
Julian Carver is the Programme Manager for Canterbury Spatial Data Infrastructure at LINZ. Image: LINZ.
The Geospatial field trip is located in and around Christchurch, New Zealand\
LEARNZ virtual field trips connect you with real people, in real time, doing real jobs. Image: LEARNZ.
Get students prepared for, and engaged in, the field trip through use of the background pages, glossary and activities. Image: LEARNZ.
Stephen Bensberg is the Local Government Coordinator with the New Zealand Geospatial Office. Image: LINZ.
Te Maire Tau is the Director of the Ngāi Tahu Research Centre at the University of Canterbury. Image: University of Canterbury.
Tim Hatherley-Greene is an Open Data Advocate and Technology Strategist at LINZ. Image: T Hatherley-Greene.

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