A spokeswoman for the university said: "Our thoughts and condolences are with the family and friends, and we would like to remind all students and staff that help and advice is available through the university support services.'' The death is not being treated as suspicious and a report is being prepared for the coroner.
Luminescence dating is a technique used to date Quaternary sediments and for determining when ancient materials such as pottery, ceramics, bricks or tiles were last heated.
These sediments can be used to study ancient earthquakes, tsunamis, flooding and volcanic eruptions, as well as climate change, glaciation and tectonic uplift.
The evening kicks off with your host giving a brief explanation of how the evening works.
It is the largest event organised by the club, with participants travelling from across New Zealand to compete. The purpose of creating the event was stated in the original report by organizer Greg Martin: The 24 Hour walk provides a unique opportunity for personal evaluation of performance under the stimulation of competition; competition which provides an incentive (for the serious competitor) second only to a real life emergency situation.
But this competitive atmosphere exists within a framework of safety precaution.
Police attended St George's Centre at 6.45pm on Thursday (January 19), after reports a woman had died.
Officers have confirmed the woman was 20- years-old and attended Canterbury Christ Church University.
The other room houses most of the modern electronic equipment, including: Please contact Ningsheng Wang (MSc.) for more information. It is primarily a research facility for the School and for collaborators in New Zealand. The atmospheric lead record preserved in lagoon sediments at a remote equatorial Pacific location: Palmyra Atoll, northern Line Islands. The laboratory is set up in dark rooms with extremely subdued orange illumination. The technique can be applied to material from about 100 to several hundred thousand years old. Dating the Kawakawa/Oruanui eruption: comment on optical luminescence dating of a loess section containing a critical tephra marker horizon, SW North Island of New Zealand by R. The Luminescence Dating Facility at Victoria University is the only one of its kind in New Zealand and is led by Prof Rewi Newnham and Ningsheng Wang.