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This project combines mātauranga Māori, western science and local kaitiakitanga to better understand the culturally and socially important s...More
Creating guidelines, models and tools that explicitly identify risk and uncertainty, to help make decision-making more inclusive and multi-s...More
We studied initiatives to create economic value from sustainable marine activities that are based on healthy ecosystems. We used the finding...More
We are investigating whether a range of different mathematical models accurately reflect seasonal seabird distributions in Aotearoa New Zeal...More
We investigated the recovery and resilience of kelp forests associated with the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake.More
We identified frameworks and principles for recognising the multiple values of the marine environment to support EBM.More
We are trialling two innovative technologies to detect and monitor harmful algal blooms in coastal waters.More
This project developed multimedia resources that can be used to explore what EBM for Aotearoa New Zealand looks like now, and how it could l...More
We investigated how well EBM aligns with Aotearoa New Zealand’s legislation, policy and governance relating to the marine environment.More
We bring together scientists, social scientists, economists, and experts in mātauranga Māori and policy from more than 30 organisations across the country.
We are developing knowledge, tools and resources for ecosystem-based management (EBM) in Aotearoa. EBM is a holistic and inclusive way to manage marine environments and the competing uses for, demands on, and ways New Zealanders value them.
The knowledge and tools we are developing will be useful for marine resource managers, Māori, industry and communities. They will help to assess impacts on marine ecosystems and associated resources, activities, values and cultural significance.
Dr Julie Hall
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If you’ve got amazing project management skills and are looking for an exciting opportunity to contribute to a critical environmental science challenge facing the nation, then we’ve got a job...More
Commercial mussel lines are great at catching mussel spat, but are predominantly made of plastic.More
Dog cockles and sponges are widely distributed around our coasts, where they are important in structuring communities and ecosystems.More
System mapping is complete for the Hawke’s Bay regional study.More
Brent Wood is a Principal Technician - GIS and Spatial Data Management at NIWA, working with data from across disciplines: climate, fisheries, atmosphere, coasts and oceans.More
We are delighted to announce that Beth, who is also our Tangaroa Lead, has joined the engagement team as an Engagement Specialist – Māori.More