- Completed project
Synthesis of Tasman Bay and Golden Bay Phase I research
This project integrated knowledge from our previous research in Tasman and Golden Bays to inform the production of useful tools and resources to carry out EBM
|Emma Newcombe (Cawthron Institute)||October 2019 – March 2020||$30,000|
During 2014–2019 (Phase I), many of our research projects were focused on the Tasman Bay/Te Tai-o-Aorere and Golden Bay/Mohua areas.
To maximise accessibility and use of this knowledge, we:
- Collated Phase I research, data and findings relevant to the Tasman Bay – Golden Bay area
- Identified the best opportunity for synthesising Phase I research to provide the knowledge needed to support EBM in Tasman Bay – Golden Bay
This information is informing the whakatutuki mahi being done to bring together the knowledge, tools and resources generated into end-user focused formats to support implementation.
Why Tasman and Golden Bays?
This area includes both coastal and offshore waters, and a variety of marine environments; as well as many different uses, activities and interests – some of which are competing. This diversity is a good basis for developing initial the tools and knowledge needed for EBM.
Watch this short video to learn more:
Emma Newcombe (Cawthron Institute)
Chris Cornelisen (Cawthron Institute)
Marc Tadaki (Cawthron Institute)
Dana Clark (Cawthron Institute)
Charlotte Šunde (Cawthron Institute)
December 2019Overview of Phase 1 findings and recommendations
March 2020Recommendations for tools and resources to be developed