Integrated Catchment Management

Land publications & presentations


Publications

Year Title File Size
2012 A Summary of Outcomes and selected formal publications from the Integrated Catchment Management (ICM)research programme:2000 – 2011
pdf       1.08MB
2011 The Sherry River – a Success Story 2.97MB
2011 Facilitating voluntary action to reduce rural land use impacts in the Motueka River catchment pdf       3.59MB
2011 Integrated Catchment Management – Special Issue of the NZ Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research  
2010 The Sherry River Story – Improving Water Quality through Whole Catchment Planning. pdf       3.71MB
2010 Three–Dimensional Finite–Element Transient Groundwater–River Interaction Model in a Narrow Valley Aquifer System of the Upper Motueka Catchment. pdf       6.06MB
2010 Runoff generating processes in adjacent tussock grassland and pine
plantation catchments as indicated by mean transit time estimation
using tritium
pdf       2.16MB
2010 Sherry River native plant establishment: ´Best bet´ guidelines pdf       998KB
2009 Improving Water Governance –
Stakeholder Views Of Five South Island Catchment Management Processes
pdf       18KB
2009 ICM Motueka Research Programme Summary for TDC pdf       1.54MB
2009 Motueka Forest sediment study: data report July 2006 to June 2008 and analysis of sediment yield pdf       1.32MB
2009 Sherry River Water Quality Investigation 2007–08 pdf       1011KB
2008 Motupipi Catchment Nutrient Management – an ICM project with landowners of the Motupipi catchment, Golden Bay pdf       1.01MB
2008 Collaboration and Modelling for Building Resilience – Tools for Integration in the Motueka HELP Catchment pdf       1.73MB
2008 Sherry River Newsletter September 2008 pdf       1.89MB
2008 River bank styles and effects of vegetation on bank stability – a pilot assessment doc       9.50MB
2007 Motupiko water augmentation pdf       348KB
2007 Flood regime of a pumice catchment pdf       337KB
2007 Dynamic 3d finite element model of the Upper Motueka pdf       397KB
2007 Hydrological Processes in the Upper Motueka River Valley, New Zealand pdf       3.78MB
2007 Tadmor River water augmentation scheme - ecological aspects revisited pdf       2.49MB
2007 Improving Water Quality through Farm Environment Planning across the Sherry Catchment – SFF project summary pdf       15KB
2007 Review of Kainui Dam water yield (Client report)  
2007 A distributed model of water balance in the Motueka catchment, New Zealand. pdf       712KB
2007 Enhancing Water Use Flexibility and Security using the Motueka Catchment as a case study: Discussion Paper pdf       725KB
2006 Stream bank erosion: a review of processes of bank failure, measurement and assessment techniques, and modelling approaches pdf       2.62MB
2006 Validation of a region-wide landslide risk model. pdf       744KB
2006 Integrating groundwater modelling and river ecology for improved understanding doc       76KB
2006 Fine sediment research issues in the Motueka River in the ICM programme: bringing the geomorphology and biology together How are we progressing? pdf       92KB
2006 Report on ICM website summarising and reviewing sediment learning group process. pdf       26KB
2006 What happened to soil conservation and is the renaissance coming? pdf       374KB
2006 Fine sediment in the Motueka River. pdf       346KB
2006 Freshwater ecology and instream values in the upper Motueka. pdf       874KB
2006 Analysis of the relationship between river management and bed level change in the Motueka River. pdf       326KB
2006 Multi–criteria calibration and validation of SWAT in a large mountainous catchment with high spatial variability. pdf       346KB
2006 Forests for soil and water conservation – what does the science say? pdf       112KB
2006 Tussock grasslands and high water yield: a review of the evidence. pdf       199KB
2006 Above and below ground characteristics of native riparian plant colonisers – Karamu, Ribbonwood, Kowhai, Lemonwood, Kohuhu, Lacebark, Mapou, Fivefinger, Cabbage tree, Rewarewa, Tutu.  
2006 Forestry and water yield: the New Zealand example pdf       567KB
2006 Stakeholder involvement in Integrated Catchment Management – Motueka, New Zealand pdf       378KB
2006 Suspended sediment monitoring in the Motueka catchment: data report to 1 May 2006 pdf       1.84MB
2005 New Light on Streamwater Sources in the Glendhu Experimental Catchments, East Otago, New Zealand. pdf       391KB
2005 Investigation of groundwater in the Upper Motueka River Catchment pdf       4.59MB
2005 Use of Plants for Ground Bioengineering and Erosion & Sediment Control in New Zealand. pdf       142KB
2005 Stabilising characterisics of New Zealand indigenous riparian colonising plants. pdf       246KB
2005 River–aquifer interaction modelling in the Upper Motueka River catchment: three–dimensional finite–element groundwater flow model pdf       3.59MB
2005 Erosion and Sediment Control Using New Zealand Native Plants – What Do We Know? pdf       158KB
2005 Hydrological effects of forestation: a review.  
2005 Cultural Consideration in Landslide Risk Perception.  
2005 Forestry and water yield – current knowledge and further work. pdf        
2005 Tall tussock and water yield: an updated review of the evidence.  
2005 Researchers get to the bottom of sediment.  
2004 Land Cover Change in the Motueka Catchment 1996-2001. pdf       270KB
2004 Progress in identifying sediment sources in the Motueka catchment. pdf       3.17MB
2004 Performance of native riparian plants – how different are they? pdf       588KB
2004 Root tensile strength as an indicator of performance of riparian plants – How do they rank? pdf       489KB
2004 Effects of fine sediment on invertebrates: a review. pdf       1.07MB
2004 Rakautara Farm a sustainable, integrated land use solution to minimise landslide erosion.  
2004 Stabilising characteristics of the New Zealand cabbage tree (Cordyline australis). doc       20KB
2004 Stabilising characteristics of New Zealand indigenous riparian colonising plants. doc       21KB
2004 Suspended sediment monitoring in the Motueka catchment: data report to 30 June 2004. pdf       2.66MB
2004 Streambank planting trials-the final chapter.  
2004 Motueka River Riparian Typology Classification. pdf       1.69MB
2003 Modelling impacts of land cover on critical water resources in the Motueka River watershed, New Zealand.  
2003 If Moutere groundwater is 20,000 years old, why does current land use matter? pdf       517KB
2003 Performance of native riparian plants - how different are they?  
2003 Riparian vegetation classification and enhancement opportunities, Sherry River, Motueka Catchment pdf       3.05MB
2003 What do we know about the impacts of sediment on trout in the Motueka River? pdf       224KB
2003 Whats happening in the Motueka riverbed? pdf       148KB
2003 Identification of major sediment sources in the Motueka River. pdf       1.46MB
2003 Trends in bed level and gravel storage in the Motueka River 1957-2001. pdf       3.11MB
2003 Recharge of Moutere aquifers: a report into investigations on recharge mechanisms. pdf       1.48MB
2003 Riparian vegetation: classification and rehabilitation opportunities in a weedy environment, Sherry River, Motueka Catchment.  
2003 Sediment generation, transport, and impacts in the Motueka River, New Zealand.  
2003 Where the rubber meets the road: the role of riparian management in ICM. doc       375KB
2003 Researchers measure growth of native youngsters. pdf       814KB
2002 Soil properties and hydrological processes on Moutere gravels, Nelson. pdf       73KB
2002 Modelling land use change at the large catchment scale: the Motueka example. pdf       128KB
2002 Modelling groundwater recharge and discharge in Motueka Catchment. pdf       95KB
2002 Erosion and stormwater control in the Forest industry: past, present and future? doc       1.29MB
2002 Modelling land use change at the large catchment scale: the Motueka.  
2002 Streambank planting trials.  
2002 Moutere Valley Groundwater: Nature and Recharge from Isotopes and Chemistry. pdf       1.24MB
2002 How do native riparian plants grow?  
2001 Integrated Catchment Management for the Motueka River:
bridging the gap between hydrology and the human dimension
pdf       222KB
2001 Soil stabilising characteristics of native riparian vegetation in New Zealand: application to stream bank stability. doc       181KB
2001 Report 1 – The Hydrology of Pinus radiata plantations: an annotated bibliography. pdf       689KB
2000 Research for Integrated Catchment Management – Report to Landcare Research on the use of Research to Support Integrated Catchment Management in the Motueka River Catchment pdf       162KB
2000 Stabilising–Parameters of Vegetation: A Critical Look Down–Under. pdf       143KB
2000 Using native plants to provide stability to streambanks.  
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Presentations

Year Title File Size
2012 Enhancing the accessibility of science for stakeholder decision–making – Experiences from Australian and New Zealand HELP Basins pdf       9.42MB
2012 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. pdf       5.50MB
2011 Facilitating voluntary action to reduce rural land use impacts in the Motueka River catchment. pdf       26KB
2010 Integrated Catchment Management Research: what have we learnt? pdf       2.75MB
2010 Theme 1: Managing land uses in harmony with freshwater pdf       6.18MB
2010 Concept and Introduction pdf       1.54MB
2010 Integrated Research, Monitoring and Management at the Catchment Scale (from rainwater to the sea, and everything in between) pdf       1.50MB
2009 Improving Water Governance –
Stakeholder Views Of Five South Island Catchment Management Processes
pdf       688KB
2008 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. pdf       41KB
2008 A peek down under: structural root architecture of some New Zealand native plants pdf       4.34MB
2008 Site occupancy of native plants in New Zealand pdf       1.67MB
2007 Forest Hydrology Processes pdf       2.23MB
2007 Sediment dynamics and biological impacts in the Motueka River, New Zealand. pdf       573KB
2006 Integrating groundwater modelling and river ecology. pdf       1.41MB
2006 Integrating groundwater modelling and river ecology for improved understanding. pdf       466KB
2006 Integration of science, management and community: Rehabilitation of riparian vegetation in a weedy environment, Sherry River, Motueka catchment. pdf       4.73MB
2006 Gravel-related research in the ICM programme. pdf       79KB
2006 What are other regional councils doing to improve gravel extraction management. pdf       86KB
2006 Advances in understanding bed level trends and gravel volume changes in the Motueka River. pdf       378KB
2006 Managing land uses in harmony with freshwater resources.  
2006 Ecological effects of gravel extraction. pdf       131KB
2006 A natural catchment source for Ni & Cr-enriched sediments delivered to Tasman Bay. pdf       481KB
2006 Soil & water conservation in New Zealand. pdf       4.62MB
2006 Motuiko Water Augmentation options pdf       2.54MB
2006 Upper Motueka Modelling Work pdf       809KB
2006 Use of Plants for Ground Bioengineering and Erosion & Sediment Control in New Zealand. pdf       142KB
2006 Stakeholder involvement in Integrated Catchment Management – Motueka, New Zealand pdf       903KB
2006 Afforestation and water yield: the New Zealand experience. pdf       452KB
2005 Understanding water resources in the Motueka valley: is more science/research needed? pdf       1.47MB
2005 Tracking change in the Motueka using ENVISAT. pdf       4.05MB
2005 Willows or natives. Is that the question? pdf       3.19MB
2005 Do we know how much river gravel is gained or lost through extraction? pdf       218KB
2005 Can our native species perform river bank stabilising functions as well as willows? Case of the cabbage tree. pdf       1.21MB
2005 Erosion & sediment control using New Zealand native plants. pdf       1.76MB
2005 What Cross-Section Surveys tell us about River gravel movement and Understanding Sediment Movement sediment research directions in the ICM programme. pdf       322KB
2005 Modelling Landslide Occurrence. pdf       2.49MB
2005 Forests for soil & water conservation: what does the science say?  
2005 Stabilising characteristics of New Zealand riparian plants - Northland Workshops. pdf       1.61MB
2005 Integrative river science in New Zealand: ICM for the Motueka River.  
2004 Stabilising characteristics of New Zealand riparian plants - Auckland workshop.  
2004 Stabilising characteristics of New Zealand riparian plants - Wellington workshop. pdf       921KB
2004 Stabilising characteristics of the New Zealand cabbage tree (Cordyline australis).  
2004 Stabilising characteristics of New Zealand indigenous riparian colonising plants.  
2003 Motueka/Riwaka Plains Water Resources.  
2003 6 CRG presentations, 2002-03 FY.  
2002 What happens to water yield in the Motueka catchment when land use (and climate) change?  
2002 How old is groundwater in the Upper Motueka catchment and what does age say about groundwater?  
2002 Riparian functions, types & benefits.  
2002 Riparian vegetation classification and enhancement opportunities.  
2002 A Decision Support Tool for Assessing the Effects of Land Cover Change on Water Resources. pdf       393KB
2001 The upper Motueka water resource management project.  
2001 The Motueka riparian project.  
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Research areas

Dating groundwater Farm environmental planning Fine sediment: bringing the geomorphology and biology together Forest harvesting effects Gravel extraction Mechanisms of groundwater recharge Riparian classification Riparian vegetation assessment Riparian vegetation enhancement River bank styles Sediment generation, delivery and impacts Stabilising characteristics of native plants Tall vegetation effects on water yield Upper Motueka water resources Water augmentation

Research Highlight

FRST research reviews Native plant roots Native plant trials in the Sherry River – how are they going? Sherry River water quality improvement Tracing Sediment from the mountains to the Bay