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Spatial effects of the Canterbury earthquakes on inanga spawning habitat and implications for waterways management
The Canterbury earthquakes resulted in numerous changes to the waterways of Ōtautahi Christchurch. These included bank destabilisation, liquefaction effects, changes in bed levels, and associated effects on flow regimes ...
Cobden wetlands īnanga habitat assessment and recommendations for future management
This short report describes an assessment of the Cobden Island floodplain area and Aromahana Lagoon shoreline. A large scale ecological restoration project has been underway since 2013 on Cobden Island. The project has ...
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 ...