Rocky coast at Otarawairere Bay Sustainable Seas 2020
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Monitoring estuaries in a changing world: Lessons for designing long-term monitoring programmes
  • Guidance

This guidance outlines key lessons for managers to consider when designing long-term monitoring programmes for estuaries (July 2021)

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Addressing politics when conducting valuation for decision-making
  • Guidance

This guidance recommends three steps to address social and political context in values-based decision making.

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Using Bayesian network models to bridge the gap between ecology and management
  • Guidance

This guidance explains how Bayesian network models can combine data with expert knowledge (ecological, physical or Mātauranga Māori), to bri…

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Ingredients to catalyse participation in marine decision-making
  • Guidance

The 'Ingredients Tool' is a 1-page practical resource for marine managers, and others, to support broad participation in marine decision-mak…

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Using ecosystem service bundles to improve marine management
  • Guidance

Ecosystem service (ES) 'bundles' show how ES interact with each other and are affected by stressors – and which values might be affected for…

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Monitoring for tipping points in the marine environment
  • Guidance

This guidance summarises the critical factors to consider, and the recommended data required, for a robust monitoring programme.

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Managing the impact of turbidity, nutrients and sea level rise on coasts and estuaries
  • Guidance

This guidance explains the cumulative effects of three significant coastal stressors and likely impact on ecosystem function, and provides m…

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Aotearoa Cumulative Effects (ACE) framework
  • Guidance

A tool to guide collaborative management of cumulative effects across a range of scales

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Filling gaps in marine data using Gradient Forest models
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This describes how large numbers of different data sets can be effectively pooled to group marine species into 'community assemblages'. Thes…

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