Manawatu catchment water quality regional plan

By: Manawatu-Wanganui (N.Z.). Regional Council.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Palmerston North [N.Z.] : Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council, 1998Description: viii, 134 pages : maps ; 30 cm.ISBN: 1877221104.Report number: 98/EXT/331Subject(s): WATER QUALITY | MANAWATU RIVER | POLICIES | MANAGEMENT | WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT | CATCHMENTS | NEW ZEALANDHoldings: GRETA POINT: 556.51(931.263) MAN
Contents:
Background -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Statutory framework -- 3. The need for a regional plan -- 4. Integrated management of water quality -- 5. Water quality research -- 6. Riparian management -- Resource description -- 7. The Manawatu Catchment -- 8. Flow information -- 9. Groundwater in the catchment -- 10. Water quality indicators -- 10.1 Macroinvertebrate community index -- 10.2 Suspended solids -- 10.3 Dissolved oxygen and biochemical oxygen deman -- 10.4 Nutrients -- 10.5 Undesirable biological growths -- 11. Values associated with the Manawatu Catchment -- Part three Water quality management -- 12. Water quality management in the plan -- 13. Issues -- 14. Objective for the Manawatu Catchment -- 15. Policies for the Manawatu Catchment -- 16. Explanation of policies -- 17. Reasons for adopting the objectives and policies -- 18. Methods to implement the policies -- 18.1 Rules relating to water quality -- 18.2 Rules about discharges to water -- 18.3 Rules about discharges to land -- 18.4 Non-regulatory methods --18.4.1 Promotion of riparian management -- 18.4.2 Promotion of the mauri of the water -- 18.4.3 Other methods to implement policies -- 19. Reasons for adopting the methods of implementation -- 19.1 Adoption of regulatory methods -- 19.2 Reasons for adopting rules relating to water quality -- 19.3 Reasons for adopting rules about discharges to land -- 19.5 Reasons for promoting riparian management -- 19.6 Reasons for adopting methods to promote the mauri of water -- 19.7 Reasons for adopting other methods to implement policies -- 20. Alternatives -- 20.1 Do nothing -- 20.2 Providing information -- 20.3 Financial mechanisms -- 21 Environmental results anticipated -- Part four Monitoring and review -- 22. Monitoring -- 23. Plan review -- Part five Resource consent process -- 24. Making an application -- 25. Information required with resource consent applications -- 25.1 Further information -- 26. Assessment of applications for discretionary activities -- 26.1 Conditions on resource consents for Discretionary Activities -- First Schedule -- 27. Legislative provisions revoked.
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"Operative October 1998" -- Cover.

"September 1998".

Background -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Statutory framework -- 3. The need for a regional plan -- 4. Integrated management of water quality -- 5. Water quality research -- 6. Riparian management -- Resource description -- 7. The Manawatu Catchment -- 8. Flow information -- 9. Groundwater in the catchment -- 10. Water quality indicators -- 10.1 Macroinvertebrate community index -- 10.2 Suspended solids -- 10.3 Dissolved oxygen and biochemical oxygen deman -- 10.4 Nutrients -- 10.5 Undesirable biological growths -- 11. Values associated with the Manawatu Catchment -- Part three Water quality management -- 12. Water quality management in the plan -- 13. Issues -- 14. Objective for the Manawatu Catchment -- 15. Policies for the Manawatu Catchment -- 16. Explanation of policies -- 17. Reasons for adopting the objectives and policies -- 18. Methods to implement the policies -- 18.1 Rules relating to water quality -- 18.2 Rules about discharges to water -- 18.3 Rules about discharges to land -- 18.4 Non-regulatory methods --18.4.1 Promotion of riparian management -- 18.4.2 Promotion of the mauri of the water -- 18.4.3 Other methods to implement policies -- 19. Reasons for adopting the methods of implementation -- 19.1 Adoption of regulatory methods -- 19.2 Reasons for adopting rules relating to water quality -- 19.3 Reasons for adopting rules about discharges to land -- 19.5 Reasons for promoting riparian management -- 19.6 Reasons for adopting methods to promote the mauri of water -- 19.7 Reasons for adopting other methods to implement policies -- 20. Alternatives -- 20.1 Do nothing -- 20.2 Providing information -- 20.3 Financial mechanisms -- 21 Environmental results anticipated -- Part four Monitoring and review -- 22. Monitoring -- 23. Plan review -- Part five Resource consent process -- 24. Making an application -- 25. Information required with resource consent applications -- 25.1 Further information -- 26. Assessment of applications for discretionary activities -- 26.1 Conditions on resource consents for Discretionary Activities -- First Schedule -- 27. Legislative provisions revoked.

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