Integrated Catchment Management

River monitoring publications & presentations

Recent 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 Integrated Catchment Management – Special Issue of the NZ Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research  
2010 Contrasting responses to catchment modification among a range of functional and structural indicators of river ecosystem health. doc       37KB
2010 Movement and mortality of adult brown trout in the Motupiko River, New Zealand: effects of water temperature, flow and flooding. pdf       265KB
2009 Significance of river–aquifer interactions for reach–scale thermal patterns and trout growth potential in the Motueka River, New Zealand. doc       21KB
2009 Sherry River Water Quality Investigation 2007–08 pdf       1011KB
2009 Linkages between cultural and scientific indicators of river and stream health pdf       584KB
2008 Motupipi Catchment Nutrient Management – an ICM project with landowners of the Motupipi catchment, Golden Bay pdf       1.01MB
2007 Tadmor River water augmentation scheme - ecological aspects revisited pdf       2.49MB
2004 Effects of fine sediment on invertebrates: a review. pdf       1.07MB
2004 Suspended sediment monitoring in the Motueka catchment: data report to 30 June 2004. pdf       2.66MB
2004 State of surface water quality in Tasman District. pdf       22.22MB
2004 Water quality and thermal regime of the Motueka River: influences of land cover, geology and position in the catchment. pdf       439KB
2001 Water quality across a complex catchment: interacting influences of geology, land use and longitudinal position. doc       22KB
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Recent Presentations

Year Title File Size
2006 Nutrient discharge from the Motueka catchment into Tasman Bay, 2005. pdf       927KB
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BMPs, BEPs and Guidelines

Title Description
Stormwater – swales Swales are vegetated areas used in place of curbs or paved gutters to transport stormwater runoff. T...More »  
ANZECC Water Quality Guidelines from MfE web site.
The Australian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council (ANZEC...More »  
Microbiological Water Quality Guidelines for Marine and Freshwater Recreational Areas From guide:
The Microbiological Water Quality Guidelines for Marine and Freshwater Recreationa...More »  
Using the Cultural Health Index: How to assess the health of streams and waterways Edited from website:
This guide explains how to iwi can apply the Cultural Health Index (cultu...More »  
A National Protocol for State of the Environment Groundwater Sampling in New Zealand From website:
This document provides a step–by–step protocol for the collection of...More »  
A User Guide for the Macroinvertebrate Community Index From website:
This guide provides an expert view on best–practice use of the Macroinvert...More »  
Check, Dlean, Dry: Didymo Factsheet for Whitebaiters From website:
Whitebaiters need to clean nets and other gear betweeen waterways to help slow t...More »  
New Zealand Periphyton Guideline: Detecting, Monitoring and Managing Enrichment of Streams From MfE website.
A background review of the structure and value of periphyton communities in ...More »  
Stream Periphyton Monitoring Manual From guide:
Describes a standard set of methods to enable Regional Councils, consultants and r...More »  
New Zealand Stream Health Monitoring and Assessment Kit This kit enables non–scientists to collect consistent, scientifically valid information from s...More »  
Regional Guidelines for Ecological Assessments of Freshwater Environments : Macroinvertebrate sampling in wadeable streams This guideline covers macroinvertebrate sampling of perennial wadeable streams. In addition to guid...More »  
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Page last updated Friday, 6 March 2009

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Stream health – invertebrates Stream health – productivity

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