Integrated Catchment Management

Presentations

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July 2012 - June 2013

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July 2011 - June 2012

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Enhancing the accessibility of science for stakeholder decision–making – Experiences from Australian and New Zealand HELP Basins Camkin, J (Australasian UNESCO–HELP Coordinator; Prof Univ Western Australia) 3rd Annual International Law and Transboundary Freshwaters Workshop, UNESCO–IHP HELP Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee. June 2012.  ICM general; UNESCO HELP Catchment & International links  9.42MB pdf
Facilitating voluntary action to reduce rural land use impacts in the Motueka River catchment. Fenemor A, Young R, Phillips C, Davies–Colley R, Stuart B, Allen W, James T, Burton A, Sherry River Catchment Group International Water Association 15th international conference on Diffuse Pollution, Rotorua, 18–23 September 2011.  Cow crossings and water quality; Stakeholder issues; Social learning; Sherry River Community; Capacity building; Faecal bacteria in the Motueka River  26KB pdf
Fenemor AD 2012. THE SCIENCE OF INTEGRATED CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT: Implications for Dairy Farming. Presentation to "Dairying on the Front Foot" symposium organised by NZ Landcare Trust at Seifried Estate, Nelson, 18 May 2012. 31 slides. Fenemor AD Dairying on the Front Foot  Stabilising characteristics of native plants; Cow crossings and water quality; Tangata Whenua; ICM general; Farm environmental planning; Sherry River Community  5.50MB pdf

July 2010 - June 2011

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Resilient Communities, Resilient Ecosystems Learning about Integrated Catchment Management in New Zealand
Andrew Fenemor, Roger Young, Chris Phillips, Garth Harmsworth, Paul Gillespie, Les Basher,
Rob Davies–Colley, John Dymond, Will Allen, Rob Smith
River Symposium Perth Australia, October 2010  ICM general; Community Resilience – Watershed Talk  1.64MB pdf
Integrated Catchment Management Research: what have we learnt? Young R   Stream health – fish; Trout tracking; ICM general  2.75MB pdf

July 2009 - June 2010

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Integrated catchment management Allen W, Phillips C, Fenemor A Seminar on ICM, EIANZ  Knowledge delivery; ICM general  10.79MB pdf
Theme 4: Overview of IDEAS modelling: Integrated Dynamic Environmental Assessment System Dymond J, Convenor Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010. Presentations Day 2: The Legacy of ICM Science from the Motueka catchment
 
ICM general  3.11MB pdf
Concept and Introduction Fenemor A Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010. Presentations Day 2: The Legacy of ICM Science from the Motueka catchment  ICM general  1.54MB pdf
Theme 2 : Water Allocation & Governance for Resilient Catchments Fenemor A, Convenor Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010. Presentations Day 2: The Legacy of ICM Science from the Motueka catchment
 
ICM general  3.05MB pdf
Improving Water Governance –
Stakeholder Views Of Five South Island Catchment Management Processes
Fenemor A, Neilan D Presentation to 2009 Hydrological Society conference of water governance research completed by Diarmuid Neilan under direction of Andrew Fenemor  Upper Motueka water resources; Science uptake by councils; Valuing water; Institutional Learning – Research and Practice; ICM general; Social learning  688KB pdf
Theme 3: Marine – Catchment Linkages Gillespie P, Convenor Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010. Presentations Day 2: The Legacy of ICM Science from the Motueka catchment
 
ICM general  3.40MB pdf
Respecting Maori world views: How to engage with iwi/hapu groups, support the inclusion of different world views in plans and activities Harmsworth G Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010  Maori and ICM; ICM general  1.55MB pdf
Cultural River Health: How can we reconcile Maori and Pakeha values for improved water quality? Harmsworth G, Walker D Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010
 
Maori and ICM; ICM general  1.28MB pdf
Dialogue Processes to promote effective engagement across layers and players
Kilvington M, Atkinson M Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010   ICM general  922KB pdf
Mobilising–Moderating–Motivating: Engaging people in collaborative environmental management Kilvington M, Atkinson M, Harmsworth G, Allen W Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010
 
ICM general  1.19MB pdf
Integrated Research, Monitoring and Management at the Catchment Scale (from rainwater to the sea, and everything in between) Likens GE Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010. Presentations Day 2: The Legacy of ICM Science from the Motueka catchment  ICM general  1.50MB pdf
Theme 5: Learning about integration Phillips C, Convenor Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010. Presentations Day 2: The Legacy of ICM Science from the Motueka catchment
 
ICM general  3.78MB pdf
Theme 1: Managing land uses in harmony with freshwater Young R, Convenor Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010. Presentations Day 2: The Legacy of ICM Science from the Motueka catchment  ICM general  6.18MB pdf

July 2008 - June 2009

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Baker, M–A; Markham, S. Integrated catchment management policy–making in New Zealand. Presentation to NZ Association of Resource Management Annual Conference Nelson 13–15 October 2008. Baker M, Markham S NZARM 2008 conference in association with ICM AGM 2008    41KB pdf
Modelling catchment indicators in the coastal environment Knight B NZ Association of Impact Assessment (NZAIA) Conference, 27th Nov 2008  Tasman Bay productivity; Ecosystem models of Tasman & Golden Bays; IDEAS; Faecal bacteria in the Motueka River  2.74MB pdf
Landscape ecology and Integrated catchment management (ICM)1. Landscape processes & flows Phillips CJ Invited lecture to 3rd year Landscape architecture students  ICM general  2.39MB pdf
ICM meets landscape ecology. Where do the people fit? Phillips CJ Invited lecture to 3rd year Landscape architecture students  Knowledge delivery; ICM general  3.08MB pdf
Site occupancy of native plants in New Zealand Phillips CJ, Ekanayake J, Marden M In: 2nd International Conference on Ground Bio– and Eco–engineering. The Use of Vegetation to Improve Slope Stability Beijing, China, 14–18 July 2008   Riparian vegetation enhancement; Stabilising characteristics of native plants  1.67MB pdf
A peek down under: structural root architecture of some New Zealand native plants Phillips CJ, Marden, M, Ekanayake J, Watson A Seminar at Landcare Research, Lincoln, October 2008  Riparian vegetation enhancement; Stabilising characteristics of native plants  4.34MB pdf

July 2007 - June 2008

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Changes in estuarine habitats due to coastal developments: Examples using GIS habitat mapping. Clark K, Gillespie P New Zealand Coastal Society Conference, Tauranga, 22–23 November. 2007  Delta habitat mapping   
Forest Hydrology Processes Davie T NZ Hydrologiacl Society workshop on Forest Hydrology, Rotorua November 2007  Tall vegetation effects on water yield  2.23MB pdf
IDEAS: Stakeholder presentation Davie T, Dymond J, Coles A, Knight B, Batstone C IDEAS stakeholder group and Community Reference Group meetings  IDEAS  1.44MB ppt
IDEAS: an Integrated Dynamic Environmental Assessment System Dymond J,Davie T, Fenemor A, Cole A, Montes de Oca Munguia O, Knight B, Batstone C NZ Hydrological Society annual conference Nov 2007  IDEAS  350KB ppt
Photo of the Motueka plume Gillespie P   Ecosystem models of Tasman & Golden Bays; River plume ecosystem; ICM general  597KB
Meetings of the Community Reference Group (CRG) Minutes by A Fenemor; presentations by various CRG meetings held:
November 2000 – CRG purpose; contminant flows; role of science
Feb2001 – environmental sampling network; information dissemination
May 2001 – water resources; ICM website
Aug 2001 – UNESCO–HELP; marine linkages
Series of 2002 meetings – Influence Matrix research
Nov 2002 – social learning; self evaluation
Jan 2003 – art–science collaboration; ICM funding bid
Apr 2003 – freshwater habitats
June 2003 – river gravel
Dec 2003 – Sectro Reference Group idea; art–science; Influence Matrix
Apr 2004 – hydrological modelling; groundwater; water allocation limits
Oct 2004 – community learning
June 2005 – catchment futures modelling; "Good Friday"flood
Aug 2005 – riverbank stabilisation with native plants; Motueka catchment Toolbook CD–Rom
May 2006 – water allocation options
June 2006 – futures modelling progress
Aug 2007 – IDEAS modelling progress
Meeting notes available on ICM website. 
Community reference group; Stakeholder issues; IDEAS  67KB doc
Sustainable behaviour modelling Montes de Oca Munguia O NZ Centre for Ecological Economics presentation, September 2007  Futures modelling; IDEAS  302KB pdf
Landscape ecology and Integrated catchment management – 1. Landscape processes & flows Phillips CJ Lecture to 3rd Year Landscape Ecology students at Lincoln University  Knowledge delivery  2.41MB pdf
Landscape ecology and Integrated catchment management – 2. ICM and Case studies Phillips CJ Lecture to 3rd Year Landscape Ecology students at Lincoln University  Knowledge delivery  3.67MB pdf
ICM in New Zealand Phillips CJ Presentation to Northland Regional Council, Whangarei, as part of Envirolink advice grant.  ICM general  1.17MB pdf
Integrative research: steps to success. The Motueka Integrated Catchment Management (ICM)case study, New Zealand Phillips CJ, Allen W, Fenemor A People and Place: Linking Culture and Nature. 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Vermont, USA, June 10 – 14, 2008.  Knowledge interactions; ICM general  1.35MB pdf
Integrated catchment management (ICM) Phillips, C (on behalf of the programme) SLURI meeting, Crop & Food, 12 July 2007 (sharing knowledge of other FRST programmes and what universities are doing related to soils in broad sense)  Knowledge delivery  471KB pdf

July 2006 - June 2007

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The importance of understanding social spaces for ICM research. Allen W, Kilivington M Combined HydroSoc, MetSoc & NZARM Conference, Christchurch, November 2006.  Stakeholder issues; Social learning  436KB pdf
Sediment dynamics and biological impacts in the Motueka River, New Zealand. Basher L Australia New Zealand Geomorphology Group Rivers Workshop, Canberra and Kioloa February 2007.  Sediment generation, delivery and impacts; Fine sediment: bringing the geomorphology and biology together; Sediment learning group; Gravel extraction  573KB pdf
Gravel-related research in the ICM programme. Basher L 2006 AGM. Gravel workshop.  Sediment generation, delivery and impacts; Gravel extraction  79KB pdf
What are other regional councils doing to improve gravel extraction management. Basher L 2006 AGM. Gravel workshop.  Sediment generation, delivery and impacts; Gravel extraction  86KB pdf
Advances in understanding bed level trends and gravel volume changes in the Motueka River. Basher L, Fuller I, Verstappen E 2006 AGM. Gravel workshop.  Sediment generation, delivery and impacts; Gravel extraction  378KB pdf
Integrated catchment management: a way forward for water management? Davie T Presentation at Ngāi Tahu Water Forum, Christchurch, February 2007.     
Integrated catchment management: a way forward. Davie T Teachers Refresher Course, Lincoln, April 2007.    143KB pdf
Upper Motueka Modelling Work Davie T, Hong T, Thomas J To Tasman District Council Environment and Planning Subcommittee  Upper Motueka water resources  809KB pdf
Integrating groundwater modelling and river ecology for improved understanding. Davie T, Young R, Olsen D, Hong T, Thomas J Combined HydroSoc, MetSoc & NZARM Conference, Christchurch, November 2006.  Mechanisms of groundwater recharge; Stream health – invertebrates  466KB pdf
IDEAS conceptual model for Integrated Catchment Management Dymond J, Cole A, Davie T, Fenemor A Combined HydroSoc, MetSoc & NZARM Conference, Christchurch, November 2006.  Futures modelling; IDEAS  393KB pdf
Engaging People in Integrated Catchment Management: the Motueka experience. Fenemor A Twin Basins, Dundee, Scotland July 2006.  Knowledge delivery; Social learning  1.88MB pdf
Motuiko Water Augmentation options Fenemor A, Davie T, Thomas J Tsmana District Council Environment & Planning Committee presentation  Water augmentation  2.54MB pdf
Promise of ICM. Fenemor A, Phillips C, Davie T, Young R, Allen W, Harmsworth G, Davies-Colley R, Lauder G, Markham S, Stuart B Combined HydroSoc, MetSoc & NZARM Conference, Christchurch, November 2006.  Knowledge delivery  630KB pdf
A natural catchment source for Ni & Cr-enriched sediments delivered to Tasman Bay. Gillespie P, Forrest B New Zealand Marine Sciences Society Conference, Nelson, September 2006.  Tasman Bay productivity  481KB pdf
Nutrient discharge from the Motueka catchment into Tasman Bay, 2005. Gillespie P, Young R, Nottage R, Clark K New Zealand Marine Sciences Society Conference, Nelson, September 2006.  River monitoring; Tasman Bay productivity  927KB pdf
Participation of indigenous groups in sustainable development monitoring: rationale and examples from New Zealand Jollands N, Harmsworth G International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE) 2006 conference on “Ecological Sustainability and Human Well–Being – Ethno–ecology, Transdisciplinarity and Indigenous Cultures”, New Delhi, India 15 –19th December 2006.   Identifying Maori needs; Maori and ICM; Sustaining ecosystem services  152KB pdf
Integration of science, management and community: Rehabilitation of riparian vegetation in a weedy environment, Sherry River, Motueka catchment. Langer L, Ledgard N, Henley D, Stuart B Combined HydroSoc, MetSoc & NZARM Conference, Christchurch, November 2006.  Riparian vegetation enhancement  4.73MB pdf
Bugs n mud: E. coli, turbidity and flow relationships for the Motueka River. McKergow L, Davies-Colley R Combined HydroSoc, MetSoc & NZARM Conference, Christchurch, November 2006.  Cow crossings and water quality; Sherry River Community; Faecal bacteria in the Motueka River  1.11MB ppt
Element signature analysis from the otoliths of brown trout (Salmo trutta) determines recruitment in the Motueka River, Nelson. Olley R, Closs G, Kristensen EA, Young R New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Conference, Rotorua, November 2006.  Stream health – fish  1.65MB pdf
Integrating groundwater modelling and river ecology. Olsen D, Young R, Davie T, Hong T, Thomas J New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society conference, Rotorua, November 2006.  Mechanisms of groundwater recharge; Stream health – invertebrates  1.41MB pdf
ICM: Integrated Catchment Management Phillips CJ Lecture to 2nd pro Natural Resources Engineering Students, University of Canterbury.  Knowledge delivery  4.15MB pdf
Landscape ecology and Integrated catchment management (ICM). Phillips CJ 2 Lectures to 3rd year Landscape ecology students, Lincoln University.     
Soil & water conservation in New Zealand. Phillips CJ Invited presentation to delegation of visiting officials from various provinces in China, Auckland.  Sediment generation, delivery and impacts; River bank styles  4.62MB pdf
ICM, Integrated Catchment Management. Phillips CJ Presentation to Dairy Insight, September 2006.  Knowledge delivery  2.09MB pdf
Ecological effects of gravel extraction. Young R 2006 AGM. Gravel Workshop.  Sediment generation, delivery and impacts; Stream health – invertebrates; Stream health – fish; Gravel extraction  131KB pdf
Managing land uses in harmony with freshwater resources. Young R, Basher L, James T 2006 AGM.     
Science, Integration and Integrated Catchment Management. Young R, Fenemor A, Phillips C, Basher L, Gillespie P, Davie T, Allen W, Harmsworth G, Kilvington M, Davies-Colley R, Smith R, Markham S, Lauder G, Deans N, Stuart B New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Conference, Rotorua, November 2006.  Knowledge delivery; ICM general  1.50MB pdf

July 2005 - June 2006

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At least 3 meetings of Community Reference Group or similar stakeholder group held, with responses reported on ICM website. Allen W, Fenemor A 1 meeting held 27 June 2006. Pending decisions on IDEAS stakeholder involvement.     
Getting the community involved in ICM: how can this contribute to developing and implementing policy. Allen W, Kilvington M 2005 AGM.  Community reference group; Science uptake by councils; Social learning  441KB pdf
What Cross-Section Surveys tell us about River gravel movement and Understanding Sediment Movement – sediment research directions in the ICM programme. Basher L Regional Council Land Managers Forum, Nelson, August 2005.  Sediment generation, delivery and impacts; Gravel extraction  322KB pdf
Do we know how much river gravel is gained or lost through extraction? Basher L, Fuller I, Verstappen E 2005 AGM.  Sediment generation, delivery and impacts; Gravel extraction  218KB pdf
Sustainable Futures: Strong Transdisciplinarity and Mediated Modelling Cole A, Maxwell B ANZSEE Conference: Ecological Economics in Action December 11–13, 2005, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.  Futures modelling  687KB pdf
Stakeholder involvement in Integrated Catchment Management – Motueka, New Zealand Davie T Presentation to International Workshop on Impacts of Reforestation of Degraded Land on Landscape Hydrology in the Asian Region, Roorkee, India, March 2006  ICM general  903KB pdf
Integrated Catchment Management: Hydrology listens to Geography. Davie T Department of Geography, University of Canterbury seminar September 2005.     
The Integrated Catchment Management Research Programme. Davie T Presentation to delegation from CEMAGREF, France, December 2005.     
Stakeholder involvement in integrated catchment management. Davie T International workshop in impacts of reforestation of degraded land on landscape hydrology in the Asian region. Roorkee, India, March 2006.     
Populating management curves. Davie T Collaborative learning group on sediment, meeting May, 2006.  Sediment learning group  293KB pdf
Forests for soil & water conservation: what does the science say? Davie T NZ Institute of Forestry conference, Te Papa, Wellington, April 2006.     
Afforestation and water yield: the New Zealand experience. Davie T International Workshop on Impacts of Reforestation of Degraded Land on Landscape Hydrology in the Asian Region, Roorkee, India, March 2006.   Tall vegetation effects on water yield  452KB pdf
Understanding water resources in the Motueka valley: is more science/research needed? Davie T, Thomas J, Stewart M, Hong T 2005 AGM.  Upper Motueka water resources  1.47MB pdf
Faecal microbial pollution of waters. Davies-Colley R Workshop on “Effects of Land–Based Activities on the Coastal Environment: Issues and Options”.4–5 May, 2006, Wellington.  Stream health – invertebrates; Cow crossings and water quality; Sherry River Community; Faecal bacteria in the Motueka River  196KB pdf
Faecal pollution reduced by bridging of stream crossings on the Sherry River, Tasman District – Ecol Soc, Nelson Davies-Colley R, Nagels J, Merrilees R Joint New Zealand Ecological Society and New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society combined conference in Nelson, August, 28th August – 1st September 2005.   Stream health – invertebrates; Cow crossings and water quality; Sherry River Community  2.18MB pdf
Can we model futures scenarios for catchment
management? IDEAS?
Dymond J 2005 AGM.  Futures modelling  809KB pdf
Modelling Landslide Occurrence. Dymond J, Ausseil A-G, Betts H, Collins A, Ekanayake J Regional Council Land Managers Forum, Nelson, August 2005.  Sediment generation, delivery and impacts  2.49MB pdf
Integrated Catchment Management Research – putting the science together in the Motueka ICM Research Programme. Fenemor A Regional Council Land Managers Forum, Nelson, August 2005.  Knowledge delivery  768KB pdf
Introducing the Motueka Integrated Catchment Management (ICM) and HELP basin. Fenemor A South Pacific HELP meeting 7–11 November, Nelson.    990KB pdf
Involving people in integrated catchment management (ICM) research: the Kiwi experience. Fenemor A Wealth from Water & Regional HELP meeting 18 May at Wagga Wagga, Australia.  Social learning  1.30MB pdf
Integrated Catchment Management (ICM)Workshop: Overview. Fenemor A, Phillips CJ Envirolink workshop Horizons MW, Palmerston North, April 2006.  Science uptake by councils; Knowledge delivery  557KB pdf
Fine Scale Assessment and River-Sea Links in the Motueka Catchment. Forrest B Workshop on “Effects of Land–Based Activities on the Coastal Environment: Issues and Options”.4–5 May, 2006, Wellington.  Ecosystem models of Tasman & Golden Bays; River plume ecosystem   
A river plume ecosystem concept for evaluating and managing catchment-sea linkages. Gillespie P Workshop on “Effects of Land–Based Activities on the Coastal Environment: Issues and Options”.4–5 May, 2006, Wellington.  River plume ecosystem   
River plume effects on the coastal environment. Gillespie P 2005 AGM.  Tasman Bay productivity; River plume ecosystem  446KB pdf
The Motueka River plume ecosystem. Gillespie P Regional Council Land Managers Forum, Nelson August 2005.  Tasman Bay productivity; River plume ecosystem  1.85MB pdf
Integrated Catchment Management: The value of building partnerships with indigenous groups. Harmsworth G 2005 AGM.  Maori and ICM; Tangata Whenua  1.40MB pdf
Iwi perspective on ICM from the Motueka HELP Basin. Harmsworth G South Pacific HELP meeting 7–11 November, Nelson.  Identifying Maori needs; Maori and ICM; Tangata Whenua  3.12MB pdf
Participation of indigenous groups in sustainable development monitoring: rationale and examples from New Zealand Jollands N, Harmsworth G ANZSEE Conference: Ecological Economics in Action December 11–13, 2005, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.  Maori and ICM  152KB pdf
How is knowledge taken up by councils? A learning journey towards integration knowledge in the Motueka ICM. Lauder G 2005 AGM.  Science uptake by councils; Knowledge interactions; Institutional Learning – Research and Practice  306KB pdf
Motueka Integrated Catchment Management (ICM) Programme. Lawton M Linked Watersheds Workshop at New Brunswick, Canada, February 2006.     
What information and scenarios are needed for policy development? Markham S 2005 AGM.  Science uptake by councils  49KB pdf
Tracking change in the Motueka using ENVISAT. Pairman D, Belliss S, North H, McNeill S 2005 AGM.    4.05MB pdf
Willows or natives. Is that the question? Phillips C 2005 AGM.  Riparian vegetation enhancement; Stabilising characteristics of native plants; River bank styles  3.19MB pdf
A new tool for integrating catchment knowledge: the ICM CD–ROM. Phillips C 2005 AGM.  Knowledge delivery; Futures modelling  1.15MB pdf
Integrated catchment management (ICM): integration, knowledge management and the role of collaborative learning. Phillips C, Allen W, Lauder G, Kilvington M, Fenemor A ISSRM 06. Social Sciences in Resource Management: Global Challenges & Local Responses. 12th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Vancouver, Canada June 3–8, 2006.  Knowledge interactions; Knowledge delivery; Social learning  867KB pdf
Erosion & sediment control using New Zealand native plants. Phillips CJ Regional Council Land Managers Forum, Nelson, August 2005.  Riparian vegetation enhancement; Stabilising characteristics of native plants  1.76MB pdf
Landscape ecology and Integrated catchment management (ICM). Phillips CJ 2 lectures to 3rd year Landscape Ecology students, Lincoln University.      
Tools, Analogues and Challenges for the Journey of Change. Phillips CJ Water and Cities: Acting on the Vision. A Ting Dialogue. June 14–16, 2006. Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.   Knowledge delivery  7.01MB pdf
Can our native species perform river bank stabilising functions as well as willows? Case of the cabbage tree. Phillips CJ, Czernin A Joint New Zealand Ecological Society and New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society combined conference in Nelson, August, 28th August – 1st September 2005.   Riparian vegetation enhancement; Stabilising characteristics of native plants; River bank styles  1.21MB pdf
Integrated catchment management (ICM). Integrating Research and Management in a Complex Catchment. Phillips CJ, Davie T Workshop at ECAN, Christchurch, September 2005.  Knowledge delivery  2.91MB pdf
Integrated Catchment Management (ICM) Workshop - Part 2 Tools. Phillips CJ, Fenemor A Envirolink Workshop Horizons MW, Palmerston North April 2006.  Science uptake by councils; Knowledge delivery  1.16MB pdf
Use of Plants for Ground Bioengineering and Erosion & Sediment Control in New Zealand. Phillips CJ, Marden M "Soil & Water...too good to lose". Joint annual conference NSW Stormwater Industry Association and the International Erosion Control Association (Australasian Chapter), Parramatta, Sydney June 27–30, 2006.  Stabilising characteristics of native plants; River bank styles  142KB pdf
Council perspective of the value of research in ICM. Smith R 2005 AGM.  Science uptake by councils  2.77MB pdf
Catchments, the engine-rooms of healthy nations: challenges and opportunities. Williams M 2005 AGM.    7.75MB pdf
Surgical implantation of radio transmitters in Motupiko River brown trout. Young R Marlborough Anglers Club in November 2005.      
Motueka Case Study: detecting subtle changes in river health throughout a river system. Young R Functional Indicators of River Ecosystem Health workshop" , held at MfE Wellington, April 2006.  Stream health – invertebrates  940KB pdf
Understanding land use impacts on water quality & river values. Young R, James T, Deans N ICM 2005 AGM.  Stream health – invertebrates  1.52MB pdf
Scientific Indicators of River Health. Young R, Strickland R, Quaterman A Cultural indicators hui on river health, May 2006.   Stream health – invertebrates  940KB pdf

July 2004 - June 2005

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Integrative river science in New Zealand: ICM for the Motueka River. Basher L Geoecological perspectives on integrative river science”, workshop under the auspices of the IGU Commission on Geomorphic Challenges for the 21st Century, Macquarie University, March 2005.     
ES accounts in conjunction with the futures model for the catchment. Cole A, Fenemor A Presentation to the Community Reference Group June 2005.
 
   
Stabilising characteristics of the New Zealand cabbage tree (Cordyline australis). Czernin A, Phillips C Eco–engineering: the use of vegetation to improve slope stability, Thessaloniki, Greece, 13–17 September 2004.     
Integrated Catchment Management: from the Ridgetops to the Sea. Davie T Department of Geography, University of Otago seminar May 2005.     
Coastal Modeling Update Gibbs M, Jiang W, Tuckey B, Knight B ICM Coastal Workshop, 22 March 2005.  Ecosystem models of Tasman & Golden Bays  654KB pdf
The Motueka River Plume Ecosystem. Gillespie P ICM Coastal Workshop, 22 March 2005.  River plume ecosystem  551KB pdf
Intertidal and Subtidal Habitats of the Motueka River Delta. Gillespie P, Thompson S, Robertson B, Keeley N, Tuckey B, Clarke M, HopkinsG, Forrest B ICM Coastal Workshop, 22 March 2005.  Delta habitat mapping  6.95MB pdf
Iwi values and collaboration. Harmsworth G ICM AGM 2004. Presentation.  Maori and ICM  546KB pdf
Stabilising characteristics of New Zealand riparian plants - Auckland workshop. Marden M Research in Ecological Restoration 1 – new ideas, approaches, and concepts. Unitec, Auckland 26th November 2004.  Stabilising characteristics of native plants   
Stabilising characteristics of New Zealand indigenous riparian colonising plants. Marden M, Rowan D, Phillips C Eco–engineering: the use of vegetation to improve slope stability, Thessaloniki, Greece, 13–17 September 2004.     
Stabilising characteristics of New Zealand riparian plants - Wellington workshop. Phillips CJ Research in Ecological Restoration 1 – new ideas, approaches, and concepts. Te Papa, Wellington, 22nd November 2004.  Stabilising characteristics of native plants  921KB pdf
Stabilising characteristics of New Zealand riparian plants - Northland Workshops. Phillips CJ Tanes Tree Trust Project: Natives on Farms. Presentations at workshops in Whangarei (Apr 11) and Kaeo (Apr 12) 2005.  Riparian vegetation enhancement; Stabilising characteristics of native plants  1.61MB pdf

July 2003 - June 2004

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Application of SWAT in a large mountainous catchment with high spatial variability. Cao W, Bowden WB, Davie T, Fenemor A The 2nd International SWAT conference. Bari, Italy,01–04 July, 2003.  Modelling water quantity and quality   
Hydrology of the Motueka catchment. Davie T CRG Meeting May 2004.     
Integrated catchment management: from the Ridgetops to the Sea. Davie T Presentation to delegation from Yunnan Province China. Lincoln June 2004.     
Putting the Science into Integrated Catchment Management. Fenemor A ICM National Workshop, Hamilton, November 3–4, 2003.     
Water Allocation Limits - Upper Motueka Catchments. Fenemor A CRG Meeting May 2004.     
Integrated Catchment Management: iwi/hapu values and collaboration. Harmsworth G 2003 AGM.      
Motueka/Riwaka Plains Water Resources. Thomas J Public Meeting to explain proposal to pipe water from near Motueka to Mapua and Waimea Plains.     

July 2002 - June 2003

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Maximising the role of science - including collaborative learning - in supporting ICM. Allen W, Kilvington K, Horn C Workshop in Nelson June 2003.     
Various linked presentations covering topics being addressed by the ICM programme. Bowden WB, Fenemor A, Deans N HELP Conference September 2002, Kalmar, Sweden.     
Ecosystems services. Who is doing what to whom? Using influences to understand consequences in a complex environment. Cole A 2002 AGM.     
Water quality impact of cows crossing an agricultural stream, the Sherry River, New Zealand. Davies-Colley R, Nagels J, Smith R, Young RG, Phillips C. Go West 2002 – New Zealand Limnological Society conference, Shantytown, West Coast, November 2002.     
What happens to water yield in the Motueka catchment when land use (and climate) change? Dymond J, Andrew R 2002 AGM.     
Overview: Motueka Integrated Catchment Management(ICM) Programme Fenemor A 2002 AGM.     
How does the Motueka River affect the values and productivity of Tasman Bay? Gillespie, P,MacKenzie L, Gibbs M, Tuckey B, Rhodes, L, Robertson B, Beuzenberg V, Asher R 2002 AGM.     
Identifying and meeting Maori needs. Harmsworth G 2002 AGM.     
ICM Research Programme Motueka. How well are we working together? Learning the answers through innovative evaluation approaches. Kilvington M, Allen W 2002 AGM.     
Riparian vegetation classification and enhancement opportunities. Langer L 2002 AGM.     
Learning for success: ensuring that information and experience are shared. Lauder G, Krausse M 2002 AGM.     
Motueka Integrated Catchment Management. What’s in it for the Tasman council and community? Markham S 2002 AGM.     
Motueka knowledge base. What do we already know about the Motueka catchment and how can we improve awareness and use of that knowledge? Phillips C, Basher L 2002 AGM.     
Riparian functions, types & benefits. Phillips C, Langer L, Marden M, Davies-Colley R, Parkyn S, Nagles J, Scarsbrook M, Young R 2002 AGM.     
A Decision Support Tool for Assessing the Effects of Land Cover Change on Water Resources. Thomas J, Davie T NZ Institute of Forestry, Queenstown, May 2003.  Tall vegetation effects on water yield  393KB pdf
How old is groundwater in the Upper Motueka catchment and what does age say about groundwater? Thomas J, Stewart M 2002 AGM.  Dating groundwater   
6 CRG presentations, 2002-03 FY. Various Six CRG meetings were held, rather than 4, because of members interest in developing the influence matrix, and in wider ICM issues for discussion. Workshop dates and topics are listed below, and notes from the meetings are on http://icm.landcareresearch.co.nz/science_themes/human-dimensions/crg/minutes_of_meetings.htm CRG meeting held 12 August. Discussion of Influence Matrix. CRG meeting held 16 September. This meeting final discussion of Influence Matrix. CRG meeting held 4 November, Team evaluation CRG meeting held 29 January 2003, Arts & Science proposal, plus FRST funding bid for ICM project CRG meeting held 7 April 2003, river habitats research CRG meeting held 18 June 2003, river gravel and riverbed decline      
Is the Motueka River healthy? How can we tell? If not, what can we do? Young R 2002 AGM.     
Interacting factors influence the quality of water delivered to Tasman Bay from the Motueka River. Young R, Quarterman A, Eyles R, Bowden B, Smith R NZ Marine Science Society Conference, September, 2002.     

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Water Balance of the Motueka River Catchment. Andrew R, Dymond J 2001 AGM.  Modelling water quantity and quality   
What is ICM? Bowden B Manaaki Whenua Conference -Te Papa.     
Integrating Biophysical, Ecological, and Social Research for Catchment-Scale Management of Water Resources. The Motueka River Initiative, New Zealand. Bowden WB 2001 AGM.     
Distribution of Campylobacter in the Motueka River. Eyles R 2001 AGM.     
The Resource Manager’s Perspective. Fenemor A 2001 AGM.     
Identifying and meeting Maori needs. Harmsworth G 2001 AGM.     
Economic value of water. Krausse M 2001 AGM.  Valuing water  70KB pdf
Science uptake by councils. Lauder G 2001 AGM.     
The Motueka riparian project. Phillips C 2001 AGM.     
The Motueka knowledge base. Phillips CJ, Basher L 2001 AGM     
The upper Motueka water resource management project. Thomas J 2001 AGM     
The Motueka Environmental Sampling Network. Young R 2001 AGM.