Lake monitoring

Contributor(s): Northland (N.Z.). Regional Council.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Whangarei [N.Z.] : Northland Regional Council in association with Dexcel, [2006?]Description: 11 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm.Other title: Annual Monitoring Report 2005-2006 Northland Regional Counci.Subject(s): LAKES | MONITORING | ECOLOGY | PESTS | WATER QUALITY | ANNUAL REPORTS | WATER POLLUTION | OLIGOTROPHIC LAKES | MESOTROPHIC LAKES | EUTROPHIC LAKES | NGUNGURU RIVER | LAKE CARROT | LAKE HEATHER | LAKE MOREHUREHU | LAKE NGAKAPUA | LAKE NGAKEKETA | LAKE NGATU | LAKE ROTOKAWAU | LAKE ROTOROA | LAKE TE KAHIKA | LAKE TE PAKE DUNE | LAKE WAHAKARI | LAKE WAIPARA | LAKE WAIPARERA | LAKE WEST COAST ROAD | KARIKARI PENINSULA | LAKE WAIPOROHITA | KAI IWI LAKES | LAKE TAHAROA | LAKE WAIKERE | POUTU LAKES | LAKE HUMUHUMU | LAKE KAPUPARERE | LAKE KANONO | LAKE KAPOAI | LAKE KARAKA | LAKE MOKENO | LAKE ROTOKAWAU | LAKE ROTOTUNA | LAKE WAINUI | LAKE WAIRERE | LAKW WHAKANEKE | NORTHLAND | NEW ZEALANDHoldings: Index record. Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: The large number of small and generally shallow lakes and wetlands in Northland are a precious resource to our region. Many of these are small dune lakes near the coast of which Lake Taharoa north of Dargaville is one of the largest with a few larger volcanic lakes inland such as Omapere and Owhareiti. These lakes and wetlands provide important habitat for a range of plant and animal species, many of which are regionally or nationally significant. Many of these lakes are also valuable for recreational users, cultural reasons, as water supplies and for their own natural beauty. - Intro
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The large number of small and generally shallow lakes and wetlands in Northland are a precious resource to our region. Many of these are small dune lakes near the coast of which Lake Taharoa north of Dargaville is one of the largest with a few larger volcanic lakes inland such as Omapere and Owhareiti. These lakes and wetlands provide important habitat for a range of plant and animal species, many of which are regionally or nationally significant. Many of these lakes are also valuable for recreational users, cultural reasons, as water supplies and for their own natural beauty. - Intro

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