Macroinvertebrate metrics for the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management / Joanne Clapcott, Annika Wagenhoff, Martin Neale, Richard Storey, Brian Smith, Russell Death, Jon Harding, Christoph Matthaei, John Quinn, Kevin Collier, Javier Atalah, Eric Goodwin, Hayden Rabel, James Mackman, Roger Young ; prepared for Ministry for the Environment.

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment [commissioning body.] | Cawthron Institute [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Cawthron report ; no. 3073.Publisher: Nelson, New Zealand : Cawthron Institute, 2017.Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource.Subject(s): New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment. National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management 2014 | FRESH WATER | MACROINVERTEBRATES | NEW ZEALAND | WATER USES | WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENTHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: Click here to access online | NIWA document server Summary: Benthic macroinvertebrates (aquatic insects) are a widely used indicator of freshwater ecosystem health as they respond to human pressures, are taxonomically diverse, and easy to sample. This report explores the relationship between macroinvertebrate measures (current and new) and ecosystem health, to develop metrics that can be used when making management and restoration decisions about New Zealand streams.
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Publication date: November 2017, Publication reference number: CR 294

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Benthic macroinvertebrates (aquatic insects) are a widely used indicator of freshwater ecosystem health as they respond to human pressures, are taxonomically diverse, and easy to sample. This report explores the relationship between macroinvertebrate measures (current and new) and ecosystem health, to develop metrics that can be used when making management and restoration decisions about New Zealand streams.

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