Aotearoa New Zealand has a vast marine estate that is increasingly under pressure, and the current legal framework for marine management is complex and fragmented.
Our research addresses the question: How can we best develop our marine economy, while protecting the taonga of our marine environment?
Mātauranga Māori informing and underpinning EBM for Aotearoa
Māori-centric and Māori-led research
Assessing the cumulative effects caused by human activities and if recovery is possible.
Investigating opportunities for innovative marine activities
Investigating how risk and uncertainty is perceived and communicated
Tailoring practice, policy, regulation and legislation for EBM
Real-world trials of EBM knowledge and tools
For innovative research projects that help build a blue economy
40 research projects under the following themes
Published peer-reviewed journal articles, books and book chapters. Some require a subscription.
Publicly available datasets or metadata catalogue entries
A mobile app or a website
Images, (info)graphics, diagrams, and data visualisation
Recommendations, briefing documents, frameworks and processes
A visual diagram to show physical and other features
A simplified description, often mathematical, of a system or process, to assist calculations and predictions
From webinars, conferences or public events
Interim or final reports and written summaries
A collaboration between scientists and artists to gather information and/or engage with people
Plain English short films, and recordings of research presentations
News and updates about our research, outreach and engagement
Details of upcoming and past events, webinars, or public talks.
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All at sea - the surprising reach of river watersOur Changing World/RNZAlison Ballance interviewed Khushboo and Joe about their ocean glider research.
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Webinar presentation by Gabby O'Connor, Carolyn Lundquist and Joe O'Callaghan, May 2020 (52 mins + Q&A)
A collaborative project exhibited at the Light Nelson festival, July 2018
This 2 min film describes an art-science-education project exploring the risks associated with environmental and climate change.