Water bodies of national importance: potential water bodies of national importance for recreation value / Ministry for the Environment].

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: ME ; 559.Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Ministry for the Environment, 2004Description: v, 25 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9780478189745 (electronic).Other title: WONI.Subject(s): NEW ZEALAND | RIVERS | LAKES | WETLANDS | FRESH WATER | RECREATION | CHECKLISTSHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: This project is part of the Water Bodies of National Importance project, which is part of the Governmentgass Water Programme of Action. This report presents a list of 105 potential freshwater bodies of national importance for recreation, including lakes, rivers and wetlands. The study includes all forms of recreation in and around whole or parts of freshwater lakes, rivers and wetlands, where freshwater is important for recreational activity. It does not cover estuaries, ocean beaches or saltwater lakes, although we have included some freshwaterinfluenced estuaries if they are identified as closed off from the sea. The list was created through surveys of active recreationalists and the general public, plus a review of existing information on recreational values of national significance, including statutory recognition provided through water conservation orders. Useful input also came from discussions with representatives of recreational groups.
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This project is part of the Water Bodies of National Importance project, which is part of the Governmentgass Water Programme of Action. This report presents a list of 105 potential freshwater bodies of national importance for recreation, including lakes, rivers and wetlands. The study includes all forms of recreation in and around whole or parts of freshwater lakes, rivers and wetlands, where freshwater is important for recreational activity. It does not cover estuaries, ocean beaches or saltwater lakes, although we have included some freshwaterinfluenced estuaries if they are identified as closed off from the sea. The list was created through surveys of active recreationalists and the general public, plus a review of existing information on recreational values of national significance, including statutory recognition provided through water conservation orders. Useful input also came from discussions with representatives of recreational groups.

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