Conferences

Published conference proceedings

Hepburn, C.D., Flack, B., Richards, D.K., Wing, S.R. (2010) Providing local ecological information for the management of pāua fisheries within taiāpure and mātaitai. Proceedings of Ngā Kete a Rēhua, Christchurch, 4th & 5th September 2008. Pages 220-225.

Hepburn, C.D., Jackson A. M., Vanderburg, P.H., Kainamu A., Flack, B. (2010) Ki Uta ki Tai:  From the mountains to the sea.  Holistic approaches to customary fisheries management. Proceedings of the 4th International Indigenous Conference on Traditional Knowledge: Kei muri i te kāpara he tangata, Recognizing, engaging understanding difference. Pages 140-148.

Jackson A. M., Hepburn, C.D., East Otago Taiāpure Management Committee (2010) Rangatiratanga and Customary Fisheries Management. Proceedings of the 4th International Indigenous Conference on Traditional Knowledge: Kei muri i te kāpara he tangata, Recognizing, engaging understanding difference. Pages 165-170.

Moller, H.; Schweikert, K.; and Futter, J. (2010) Sustaining toheroa in Murihiku: Mātauranga Māori, Monitoring and management. Ngā Kete a Rēhua Inaugural Māori Research Symposium Te Waipounamu 2008. Published by Aotahi: School of Māori and Indigenous Studies, University of Canterbury. Pages 201-211.

Conference, workshop and hui presentations

Gadomski, K.L.; Lamare, M.; and Moller, H. (February 2013) “Reproduction and Larval Ecology of a culturally important and threatened bivalve, the Toheroa Paphies ventricosa in Southland, New Zealand.” Aquaculture 2013, Nashville USA.

Chhun, S.; Moller, H.; Thorsnes, P.; and Kahui, V. (3-6 December 2012) “Public and ethnic preferences and values of marine ecosystem attributes: Results from a choice experiment in Aotearoa New Zealand.” New Zealand Geographical Society Conference, Napier, New Zealand.

Jacobson, Christine. (October 2012) “Informal presentation on co-management in Australia and New Zealand, including example of Taiāpure and Mātaitai.” Community presentation, Pangnirtung, Nunavut, Canada.

Akins, A. and Moller, H. (5-9 December 2011) “Valuing Biocultural Conservation: Can ecological economics assist cross-cultural partnership for environmental management?” 25th International Congress for Conservation Biology, Auckland.

Moller, H. and Hepburn, C. (5-9 December 2011) Invited symposium contribution, “Opportunities and challenges offered by a biocultural approach to conservation action. Te Tiaki Mahinga Kai: Community-led research for protection and restoration of coastal ecosystems in Aotearoa / New Zealand.” 25th International Congress for Conservation Biology, Auckland.

Hepburn C.; Wing, S.; and Moller, H. (23-27 August 2011) “Pathways to fisheries restoration: Community management, science and Traditional Ecological Knowledge.” 14th International Conference on Shellfish Restoration: “Shellfish: Our Undervalued Resource,” Stirling, Scotland, UK.

Hepburn C.D. (July 2011) “Pathways to fisheries restoration.” New Zealand Marine Sciences Society Conference, Oban.

Hepburn, C.; Jackson, A.M.; Scott, N.; and Moller, H. (22-25 November 2010) “East Otago Taiāpure: The long road to community-led fisheries management.” East Otago Taiāpure Management Committee, New Zealand Ecological Society Conference: “Biodiversity: 2010 and beyond,” University of Otago, Dunedin.

Richards, D.; Hepburn, C.; Niven, B.; and Moller, H. (22-25 November 2010) “Catch per unit effort as a monitoring tool for community-led management of customary pāua (Haliotis iris) harvesting.”New Zealand Ecological Society Conference: “Biodiversity: 2010 and beyond,” University of Otago, Dunedin.

Hepburn, C.D., Jackson A. M., Vanderburg, P.H., Kainamu A. Flack, B. (2010) “Ki Uta ki Tai:  From the mountains to the sea.  Holistic approaches to customary fisheries management.” 4th International Indigenous Conference on Traditional Knowledge, Auckland, New Zealand

Moller, H.; Stephenson, J.; and Turner, R. (5-8 May YEAR?) “Cross-cultural environmental research and management partnerships: Progress and challenges for ethnobiology and science.” The Society of Ethnobiology 33rd Annual Meeting: “The Meeting Place: Integrating Ethnobiological Knowledge.” Victoria, Canada.

Hepburn, C.D., Flack, B., Richards, D.K., Wing, S.R. (4-5 September 2008) “Providing local ecological information for the management of pāua fisheries within taiāpure and mātaitai.” Ngā Kete a Rēhua, Christchurch.

Moller, H. and Schweikert, K. (4-5 September 2008) “Sustaining toheroa in Murihiku: Mātauranga Māori, monitoring and management.” Ngā Kete a Rēhua Inaugural Māori Research Symposium, University of Canterbury, Christchurch.

Schweikert, K. and Moller, H. (4-5 September 2008) “Developing a Marine Health Index (MHI): A community monitoring tool based on community knowledge.” Ngā Kete a Rēhua Inaugural Māori Research Symposium, University of Canterbury, Christchurch.

Moller, H. (14-17 April 2008) “Joining local indigenous communities into national networks for improved cultural-ecological resilience: A case study of Māori fishing management and research in New Zealand.” Resilience 2008: Resilience, adaptation and transformation in turbulent times. Stockholm, Sweden.

Moller, H. (October 2007) “Joining from the other side: Constraints and enablers for tika partnerships between wānanga and Māori communities.” Te Toi Tauira mō te Matariki Conference (National conference of Facilitators of Māori Tertiary education), Waitangi.

Keynote and invited addresses

Schweikert, K. and Burritt, D.J. (2011) Talk & poster, The impact of Coumaphos on the antioxidant metabolism in Ulva sp.” 5th European Phycological Congress, Rhodes, Greece.

Moller, H. (21 April 2010) Invited Panel Discussant, “Engagement with Iwi, Mātauranga Māori and Science.” Kingitanga Symposium, Waikato University.

Schweikert, K. and Metzger, N.G. (2010) Poster, “The importance of kelp elasticity to South Island Māori.” NZ Ecol. Soc. Conference, Dunedin, NZ.

Moller, H. (14 February 2009) Invited speaker, “Whakamana whānau: Constraints and enablers for partnership between customary, recreational and commercial fishers.” Kāwei Ika Moana: First Nations’ Futures Forum (Ngāi Tahu, Te Puni Koōkiri). Dunedin Public Art Gallery.

Moller, H. (25-26 August 2008) Invited speaker, “Co-management of research for sustainable Māori business: A tauiwi perspective.” Māori Business Symposium. Muramura Ahi Kaa Ki Uta, Muramura Ahi Kaa Ki Tai – Intergenerational Wealth: Re-igniting Indigenous Economies. University of Otago.

Moller, H. (16 January 2008) Invited speaker, “Climate Change Challenges for Aotearoa’s environmental educators.” New Zealand Association for Environmental Education 10th National conference, University of Otago, Dunedin.

Contact

Chris Hepburn, Marine Sciences Department, University of Otago
Office: 310 Castle Street, Room 144  |  Tel: 64 3 479 7462  |  Email: chris.hepburn@otago.ac.nz