Spatial variation of functional indicators in Waikato River / Joanne Clapcott and Roger Young

By: Clapcott, Joanne.
Contributor(s): Young, Roger | Waikato (N.Z.). Regional Council (1989-1992) | Cawthron Institute.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Environment Waikato technical report ; 2008/32.Publisher: Hamilton [N.Z.] : Environment Waikato, 2008Description: 14 p.ISSN: 1172-4005.Other title: Spatial variation of function indicators in Waikato River [cover title].Subject(s): WAIKATO RIVER | LARGE RIVERS | FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS | ECOSYSTEMS | METABOLISM | INDICATORS | ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING | METHODS | SPATIAL VARIATIONSHoldings: HAMILTON: on L drive. Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: The utility of different ecological monitoring approaches for assessing large river health has not been tested in New Zealand. This issue has particular relevance to the Waikato River where there is considerable interest in documenting current status and future trends brought about by management changes. Additionally, there is very limited information on the ecological function of large rivers, particularly with respect to sources of productivity. To address these issues the applicability of measuring functional indicators in large rivers as a measure of ecosystem health was tested in the Waikato River.
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The utility of different ecological monitoring approaches for assessing large river health has not been tested in New Zealand. This issue has particular relevance to the Waikato River where there is considerable interest in documenting current status and future trends brought about by management changes. Additionally, there is very limited information on the ecological function of large rivers, particularly with respect to sources of productivity. To address these issues the applicability of measuring functional indicators in large rivers as a measure of ecosystem health was tested in the Waikato River.

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