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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 ...
Development of a fine-scale salinity model for the Avon Heathcote Estuary Ihutai
The focus of this study is on understanding salinity changes in the vicinity of the freshwater-saltwater interface in estuarine ecosystems. In these areas, species, habitats and ecosystems that are adapted to brackish ...
Coastal & Marine Citizen Science in New Zealand NZMSS Workshop Proceedings
A group of 29 participants met for the Coastal & Marine Citizen Science Workshop, on 7 July 2016, straight after the joint New Zealand Marine Sciences Society (NZMSS) and Australian Marine Sciences Association (AMSA) ...
Identifying inanga spawning sites in plans: options for addressing post-quake spawning in Ōtautahi Christchurch
The purpose of this assessment is to compare records of known inanga spawning sites in the waterways of Ōtautahi Christchurch from before and after the Canterbury earthquakes, with particular emphasis on information used ...
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 ...