Past events

What could EBM look like in Tasman and Golden Bays
30 May

Motueka

Public meeting in Motueka

The Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge is hosting the first in what will be a series of public engagement opportunities in our focal area; The Nelson / Golden Bay region...

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What could EBM look like in Tasman and Golden Bays
31 May

Nelson

Public meeting in Nelson

The Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge is hosting the first in what will be a series of public engagement opportunities in our focal area; The Nelson / Golden Bay region...

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Credit: Dave Allen NIWA
17 Aug

Wellington

Planning for Cumulative Effects in a Complex World

The first workshop within the Our Seas Programme was held by the Navigating Marine Social-Ecological Systems Project in Wellington in August 2016.   
A collective interest in incorporating cumulative effects into...

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Tahuhu Matatau Te Ao Tangaroa  Empowering kaitiaki
25 Oct

Dunedin

Waikawa Marae Science Wānanga

This is the fifth of a series of Science Wānanga, to be held in the rohe (area) of Te Atiawa Manawhenua Ki Te Tau Ihu iwi. This experience provides secondary students of...

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Credit: Ayushi Kachhara NIWA 2018
01 Mar

Nelson

Nelson workshop for iwi and stakeholders

On 1 March, we held a workshop in Nelson for regional stakeholders and iwi. Their input was extremely valuable as it helps guide us in developing tools to support ecosystem-based management...

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Credit: Dave Allen NIWA
02 May

Wellington

Conference 2017

Around 77 researchers came together in Wellington for our inaugural conference. They were joined for a special session, opened by Hon Paul Goldsmith, by 76 Māori and Stakeholders who have engaged with Sustainable Seas.
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Ecosystem connectivity  tracking biochemical fluxes to inform ecosystem based management
02 Aug

Wellington

Seafood Conference: Technical Day

Three of our researchers presented at the seafood industry conference Technical Day.

Julie Hall - The Sustainable Seas Challenge: what's in it for industry
Our research is focused on developing practical knowledge and tools to support...

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Credit: Ayushi Kachhara NIWA 2018
03 Mar

Wellington

Seaweek 2018: *free* sciart workshop

Fun for all the family. Join artist researcher Gabby O'Conner and marine scientist Joanne O'Callaghan for this free public art-science-education workshop in Lower Hutt. Find out about their work and help make...

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Estimating historic effects from sedimentation and fishing
06 Mar

Online

Seaweek 2018: 'virtual' fieldtrip to Tasman Bay

We have teamed up with LEARNZ on a field trip: Sustainable seas – essential for New Zealand's health and wealth. Participating schools will (virtually) join our scientists on boats and the...

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Credit: Dave Allen NIWA
28 Mar

Nelson

The Unseen: sciart exhibition

If you’re in Nelson around Easter make sure you stop by Albion Square (next to the Suter Art Gallery) to see our sci-art-education exhibition, The Unseen.
The 10-day exhibition launches on Wednesday...

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