Integrated Catchment Management

Integration and modelling




One of the key elements of the ICM programme concerns "integration". While this word means many different things to different people it is really about the way in which research is done as well as how it is used.

Researchable Issues

Research Areas

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Sediment learning group

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Publications (Selection)

Year Title File Size
2004 Predicting the carrying capacity of bivalve shellfish culture using a steady, linear food web model.  
2007 Enhancing Water Use Flexibility and Security using the Motueka Catchment as a case study: Discussion Paper pdf       725KB
2007 Multiple indicators reveal river plume influence on sediments and benthos in a New Zealand coastal embayment pdf       433KB
2003 Researchers put a price on Mother Nature’s good deeds.  
2002 The Motueka & Riwaka Catchments pdf       3.53MB
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Presentations (Selection)

Year Title File Size
2005 A new tool for integrating catchment knowledge: the ICM CD–ROM. pdf       1.15MB
2007 IDEAS: Stakeholder presentation ppt       1.44MB
2006 Stakeholder involvement in Integrated Catchment Management – Motueka, New Zealand pdf       903KB
2006 IDEAS conceptual model for Integrated Catchment Management pdf       393KB
2006 Science, Integration and Integrated Catchment Management. pdf       1.50MB
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Primary Contacts:

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Phone: 03 321 9600
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Landcare Research
participation, multi–stakeholder processes, participatory evaluation, networking
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Phone: 03 372 7084
Fax: +64 (0)3 365 3194
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Environment Canterbury
Hydrology & modelling, surface water resource management
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Phone: 06 353 4955
Landcare Research
land and water models, GIS, remote sensing
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Phone: +64 3 321 9775
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Landcare Research
Erosion processes, slope stability, effects of forestry, catchment management, knowledge management
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Page last updated Wednesday, 20 June 2007

Research areas

Ecosystem models of Tasman & Golden Bays Fine sediment: bringing the geomorphology and biology together Futures modelling IDEAS Knowledge delivery Knowledge interactions Modelling water quantity and quality River plume ecosystem Sediment generation, delivery and impacts Sediment learning group Stakeholder issues Tall vegetation effects on water yield

Research Highlight

FRST research reviews ICM links – NZ and international IDEAS Marine modelling – how are we doing? Stream health in the Motueka catchment Tracing Sediment from the mountains to the Bay