|MN, Ngamta (Natalie) Thamwattana and Tim Marchant.|
|Ngamta (Natalie) Thamwattana, MN and Tim Marchant.|
Photographs by Bronwyn Bradshaw-Hajek.
At the Mathematics in Industry Study Group in 2004 I worked on the problem "Dispersion rates of wilding trees" provided by Environment Canterbury. The aim of the project was to provide a predictive model determining propagation rates of wilding trees as a function of environmental parameters so as to assist in planting and control strategies.
Here are two photographs of PhD students from the School of Mathematics & Applied Statistics.
|Bronwyn Bradshaw-Hajek, MN and Ngamta (Natalie) Thamwattana.|
|Bronwyn Bradshaw-Hajek, MN and Ngamta (Natalie) Thamwattana. Everyone hard at work!|
Mathematics in Industry Study Group 2004
The University of Auckland,
Auckland, New Zealand.
Photographs by Professor Graeme Wake.
|Ngamta (Natalie) Thamwattana leaving New Zealand.|
|January 2004. Auckland airport, Auckland, New Zealand.
Photograph by Bronwyn Bradshaw-Hajek.
You should compare Natalie's photograph to those of her taken earlier during her stay in Auckland...