A research strategy for the Marlborough Sounds / by the Estuarine Research Liaison Sub-committee

Contributor(s): Burns, N.M. (Ministry of Works and Development, Water Quality Centre. Hamilton) | Gillespie, P. (Cawthron Institute. Nelson) | McKoy, J.A. (Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Fisheries Research Division. Wellington) | Keys, J.R. (Department of Conservation. Wellington) | Jackson, N. (Marlborough Sounds Maritime Planning Authority. Picton) | Williams, B.L. (Ministry of Works and Development, Water Quality Centre. Hamilton) | Bell, R.G. (Ministry of Works and Development, Water Quality Centre. Hamilton) | Cooper, A.B. (Ministry of Works and Development, Water Quality Centre. Hamilton) | Williamson, R.B. (Ministry of Works and Development, Water Quality Centre. Hamilton) | Sutherland, R.D. (Marlborough Catchment Board. Blenheim) | Marine Sciences Liaison Group (N.Z.). Estuarine Research Liaison Sub-Committee.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Marine Sciences Liaison Group report ; 2.Publisher: [Wellington] : Marine Sciences Liaison Group, 1987Description: 56 p. : maps ; 30 cm.ISSN: 0115-1109.Subject(s): MARLBOROUGH SOUNDS | WATER QUALITY | MARINE AQUACULTURE | COMMERCIAL FISHING | RECREATION | WASTE DISPOSAL | LAND USE | ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS | ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT | MARINE ENVIRONMENT | ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY | RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | CONSERVATION | AQUACULTURE | FISHING | FISHERY RESOURCES | RECREATION | COASTAL ENGINEERING | PORTS | SEWAGE TREATMENT | NUTRIENTS | PHYTOPLANKTON | SUSPENDED SEDIMENTS | CONDUCTIVITY | PH | WATER TEMPERATURE | INORGANIC MATERIALS | TOXICITY | BENTHOS | FORESTRY | AGRICULTUREHoldings: GRETA POINT: 551.468.2(931.314) RES Summary: The Marlborough Sounds are a highly valued environment used by many people for a number of different purposes. This report and its six supporting documents seeks to identify the research needed to ensure this continued multiple use of the Sounds by maintaining marine water quality.
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The Marlborough Sounds are a highly valued environment used by many people for a number of different purposes. This report and its six supporting documents seeks to identify the research needed to ensure this continued multiple use of the Sounds by maintaining marine water quality.

GRETA POINT: 551.468.2(931.314) RES

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