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Managing peri-urban floodplains and urban-rural connectivity: A case study in ecosystems governance following a disaster event
Peri-urban environments are critical to the connections between urban and rural ecosystems and their respective communities. Lowland floodplains are important examples that are attractive for urbanisation and often ...
Survey method for locating īnanga spawning sites at a catchment scale
Īnanga (Galaxias maculatus) is one of five galaxiid species that provide New Zealand’s ‘whitebait’ fishery. Four of the five species are also threatened to various degrees. The management of whitebait species is therefore ...
Using citizen science for coastal data collection
(New Zealand Coastal Society, 2016)
Citizen science has come of age in New Zealand and there are a wide range of opportunities for coastal scientists and practitioners to make use of, or contribute to it. This article provides an overview of some recent ...