Posted on 28 February 2021
Media coverage in January & February 2021
- In the media
- Aquaculture Cumulative effects Fishing Tikanga and mātauranga Māori EBM in action Tangaroa National Hawke's Bay/Te Matau-a-Māui Tasman/Te Tai-o-Aorere Marlborough/Te Tauihu-o-te-waka
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Marine Tech Talk (podcast) – Marketing Director at Teledyne Marine Melissa Rossi interviewed Khushboo Jhugroo and Joe O'Callaghan about their ocean glider research (Episode 28, 16 mins).
Morning Report, RNZ – Awhi Mai Awhi Atu project co-leader Kura Paul-Burke spoke about how mātauranga Māori and western science is saving mussels in Ōhiwa Harbour (4 mins).
Saving mussel beds with a bi-cultural approach
RNZ – Feature article accompanying the above interview.
Katiaki Advertiser – The cover story features University of Waikato marine scientists/Sustainable Seas researchers Conrad Pilditch, Kura Paul-Burke, Jo Ellis, Natalie Prinz and their estuary management research.
Sunlive – also featured the above researchers and their research.
Stuff – EBM in action theme leader Chris Cornelisen about the complexities of scallop recovery in Tasman and Golden Bays.
BayBuzz – An interview with HB Regional Council marine scientist Anna Madarasz-Smith, a co-developer on our Hawke's Bay regional study project, about why we need a socio-ecological approach to marine management.