On the of the 28th of November a research evening was held at the Puketeraki Marae. There are a wide range of research projects currently being conducted within the East Otago Taiāpure by postgraduate students at the University of Otago, and this evening was a chance for students to talk about their work, and present […]
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We are pleased to announce that a member of the TMK team, Matthew Desmond has been awarded funding in the 2017 Te Pūnaha Hihiko Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund investment round. Supported by Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Mahinga Kai unit and research/academic staff from the University of Otago, Matt’s project will look at rediscovering fisheries-habitat […]
We are pleased to announce that a member of the TMK team, Emma Kearney has been awarded funding in the 2016 Te Pūnaha Hihiko – Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund investment round. Supported by Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Mahinga Kai unit and research/academic staff from the University of Otago, Emma’s project will use mātauranga and modern scientific […]
Benthic resurvey at Whareponga on the East Cape of the North Island. From the 6th to the 9th of May 2016, TMK team and local community members conducted a survey to provide the local whānau with information on key species within the local fishery (pāua, kōura, kina and toetoe). The team focused on repeating surveys last undertaken in 2011 and […]
Today a dive team consisting of TMK team members Chris, Derek & CARIM researcher Michelle supported by Sean Heseltine aboard the University of Otago’s Beryl Brewin and surface support Aquaculture and Fisheries Students replaced the CARIM logging system. The existing SeaFET ocean pH monitoring system was retrieved and replaced. Water samples were collected at the waters […]
The Mahinga Kai Monitoring and Enhancement team would like to extend their profound thanks to those people who volunteered their time helping in the latest East Otago Taiāpure (EOT) pāua survey. This information is now being provided back to the EOT Management Committee and is key to the customary management of the fishery.
East Otago Taiāpure pāua surveys underway. With help from University of Otago volunteers and Te Tiaki Mahinga Kai (TMK) team members, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai monitoring team are currently undertaking pāua surveys within the East Otago Taiāpure (EOT). This will be the third complete survey of pāua in set monitoring sites within […]
At 10.30 am on Monday the 15th of February all members of the community are welcome to the Puketeraki Marae to hear preliminary findings from University of Otago Aquaculture and Fisheries student research projects. Supported by members of the TMK team, University of Otago Staff, East Otago Taiāpure management committee and Karitane community eight separate […]
Today a dive team consisting of TMK team members Chris, Dan & Emma supported by a surface crew of Brendan & Tasman and Aquaculture & Fisheries students Daniel & Sarah on the Moana nui waka and Sean on the University of Otago’s research boat Typhoon- successfully replaced the CARIM (Coastal Acidification: Rate, Impacts & Management) project’s […]
From the 24th to the 30th of January 2016 Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai Monitoring & Enhancement team and TMK team members conducted a resurvey of the Waitutu pāua population. This survey followed up on baseline surveys undertaken prior to the establishment of Waitutu Mātaitai in 2010. The team focused on the abundance and […]
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