A polymath completing a nine-year, interdisciplinary spatial research project, to reconstruct the Rotomahana Basin in New Zealand. The research discloses the locations and potential survival of the fabled siliceous sinter "Pink, Black and White Terraces": the New Zealand "eighth wonder of the world". In 2022, a series of six research papers, (either published or currently in review) identifies proximal locations near the Terraces, enabling triangulation studies. This year also, I settle the outstanding questions over altimetry, topography, meteorology, terrestrial surveying, the Black Terrace and the cold case death of Edwin Bainbridge.
Many readers will instead be seeking my published papers and books from my preceding project i.e. the decade research into automotive crankcase ventilation, leading to patents, products and the seminal publication of the first texts on the subject.
Still others may seek my earlier health economics research. that exposed the first links between economic changes and epidemic morbidity and mortality in Australia. Interestingly, these papers are still regularly cited, 40+ years on.