Rocky coast at Otarawairere Bay Sustainable Seas 2020
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Mapping the Māori marine economy
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The Māori marine economy (MME) has emerged out of Māori responses and adaptations to Crown-created institutions and structures that are diff…

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Conceptual system maps of ‘blue economy’ activities
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This report describes 3 system maps for marine economy activities in New Zealand – wild fisheries, farmed fisheries and ecotourism. Connolly…

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Aotearoa New Zealand's key marine legislation
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This poster shows key pieces of legislation in our marine realm, and where they apply.

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EBM for Aotearoa
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We have developed a definition of, and 7 principles for, EBM in Aotearoa. These are a work in progress, and will continue to evolve.

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Science Learning Hub collection
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We have a partnership with the SLH, who use our research to produce multimedia teaching resources linked to the NZ Curriculum.

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A snapshot of the global seaweed sector
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This infographic visualises: which seaweeds make up most of the global supply; what they are used for; growth of seaweed aquaculture in the …

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Marine and coastal ecotourism operators
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This interactive map visualises the location of marine and coastal ecotourism operators, and the main visitor experiences they provide. This…

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Carbon cycle within a seaweed farm
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This infographic shows the pathways of carbon flow from seaweed aquaculture based on measurements and calculations of carbon sequestration p…

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Possible ecosystem services and negative environmental effects associated with seaweed aquaculture in coastal environments
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This infographic indicates the likely nature and degree of effect by large or small '-' or '+' symbols. (November 2021)

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