Using the cultural health index : how to assess the health of streams and waterways = Te whakamahi i te kuputohu hauora ahurea : me pehea te arotake i te hauora o ngā pūkaki me ngā awa wai.

By: Tipa, Gail.
Contributor(s): Teirney, L. D. (Laurel D.), 1948- | New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: ME ; 711.Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Ministry for the Environment, Manatū Mō Te Taiao, 2006Description: 54 p. ; ill. (chiefly col.), maps ; 30 cm.ISBN: 0478259492 (spiral binding) : .Other title: Whakamahi i te kuputohu hauora ahurea.Subject(s): NEW ZEALAND | ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING | STREAMS | CATCHMENTS | WATERWAYS | RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | WATER QUALITY | MĀORI VALUES | LEGAL ASPECTSHoldings: GRETA POINT: 504.4(931) USI Online resources: Click here to access online Also available via the World Wide Web.Summary: The Cultural Health Index (CHI) is a tool that Maori can use to assess and manage waterways in their area. The index allows iwi/hapu to assess the cultural and biological health of a stream or catchment of their choosing, and then communicate this information to water managers in a way that can be understood and integrated into resource management processes. This guide explains how to apply the CHI for streams and waterways, from selecting sites and setting up a monitoring team, to calculating the CHI scores for the sites. It provides resources such as forms, recommended interview questions and data collection worksheets.
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Cover title.

Written by Gail Tipa and Laurel Teirney.

"This user guide should be read alongside the reports describing the development of the Cultural Health Index"--Cover verso.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 53).

The Cultural Health Index (CHI) is a tool that Maori can use to assess and manage waterways in their area. The index allows iwi/hapu to assess the cultural and biological health of a stream or catchment of their choosing, and then communicate this information to water managers in a way that can be understood and integrated into resource management processes. This guide explains how to apply the CHI for streams and waterways, from selecting sites and setting up a monitoring team, to calculating the CHI scores for the sites. It provides resources such as forms, recommended interview questions and data collection worksheets.

Also available via the World Wide Web.

Each ch. heading in English and Maori.

GRETA POINT: 504.4(931) USI

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