He Pataka Wai Ora is a research project that monitors the health of the Waikouaiti River. Led by Kāti Huirapa Rūnaka ki Puketeraki, the aim of He Pataka Waiora is to provide a solid baseline of the health of the river in 2015/2016 for future monitoring. This will enable Kaitiaki to see if the environmental health (Waiora) […]
Benthic survey within Whakaraupō / Lyttleton Harbour. During the 16th to the 23rd of April 2015 a combined effort from Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai Monitoring & Enhancement team and TMK team members conducted an intensive benthic survey within Whakaraupō / Lyttleton on Banks Peninsular. The survey was instigated by Tangata Tiaki / […]
Derek Richards a past Otago Marine Science MSc graduate and member of the TMK team has returned to Dunedin to start a new job working with Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu as a Senior Environmental Advisor (Mahinga Kai Monitoring and Enhancement). The key tasks of the role are to redevelop and implement monitoring, compliance and […]
Recent Otago Marine Science MSc graduate Mr Peri Subritzky will travel around the country undertaking stock assessments for key marine species (e.g. abundance, size and pollution) and determinations of key environmental and habitat characteristics. The programme is being funded through the Government’s Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund (MBIE) and Ngāi Tahu. The work will provide support […]
MCHI 3.0 is the current name for a project that builds on the solid foundation of the original Marine Cultural Health Index and extends it using a web-based interface and online (realtime) analysis tools. The MCHI 3.0 toolkit will use the best of open source technology and cloud-based computing to bring the MCHI to as many people […]
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