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Colville catchment land management resource / prepared by Elaine Iddon; for: Waikato Regional Council.

By: Iddon, Elaine [author.].
Contributor(s): Waikato (N.Z.). Regional Council (2011- ) [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Waikato Regional Council technical report (2011): TR18/23.Publisher: Hamilton [New Zealand] : Waikato Regional Council, 2018.Description: 1 online resource : colour illustrations.Subject(s): LAND USE | COASTS | COROMANDEL PENINSULA | GEOLOGY | HARBOURS | SOILS | SEDIMENTATION | ECOLOGY | SPECIES DIVERSITY | PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY | MAPS | COLVILLE | NEW ZEALANDHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: TR 2018/23 Waikato Regional Council website | NIWA document server | National Digital Heritage Archive Open Access
Contents:
1 The Colville Catchment -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The people -- 1.2.1 European settlement -- 1.2.2 The present -- 2 Colville Catchment physical attributes -- 2.1 How we map physical attributes -- 2.2 Geology -- 2.3 Topography -- 2.4 Soils -- 2.5 Land cover -- 2.6 Erosion types and risk -- 2.7 Land Use Capability -- 3 Biodiversity -- 3.1 What is biodiversity? -- 3.1.1 Colville Ecological District -- 3.1.2 Significant natural areas (Sna) of Colville Bay Harbour Catchment -- 3.2 Restoring native habitat biodiversity -- 3.3 Native vegetation and soil erosion -- 4 Stream bank erosion and restoration -- 4.1 Regional Plan Stock Exclusion -- 4.2 Riparian Restoration -- 4.3 Waterway connectivity -- 4.4 Fencing and planting assistance for landowners -- 4.4.1 Costings for an example stream retirement project -- 5 Invasive species -- 5.1 Animals -- 5.2 Plants -- 6 Recent threats to Coromandel --6.1 -- Kauri dieback -- 6.2 Myrtle rust -- 7 Coastal habitat -- 7.1 Mangroves -- 7.2 Immediate threats for the Colville Coastal Marine Area (CMA) -- 7.2.1 Grazing -- 7.2.2 Introduced predators -- 7.2.3 Salt water paspalum -- 7.2.4 Mediterranean fanworm (Sabella spallanzanii) -- 8 Funding -- 9 Communicating your projects -- 9.1 Communication avenues -- 10 References/Bibliography.
Summary: This land management resource document is to provide both individuals and community groups with information and connections to current information about the physical landscape, fauna, flora and other key environmental management considerations, to aid them in their aspirations to protect, restore or enhance the Colville catchment. Given several key community groups are already implementing their various programmes within the catchment, Waikato Regional Council has created this resource as a “one stop shop” for information the community may seek to enhance their already successful activities within the catchment or for their own personal knowledge.
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1 The Colville Catchment -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The people -- 1.2.1 European settlement -- 1.2.2 The present -- 2 Colville Catchment physical attributes -- 2.1 How we map physical attributes -- 2.2 Geology -- 2.3 Topography -- 2.4 Soils -- 2.5 Land cover -- 2.6 Erosion types and risk -- 2.7 Land Use Capability -- 3 Biodiversity -- 3.1 What is biodiversity? -- 3.1.1 Colville Ecological District -- 3.1.2 Significant natural areas (Sna) of Colville Bay Harbour Catchment -- 3.2 Restoring native habitat biodiversity -- 3.3 Native vegetation and soil erosion -- 4 Stream bank erosion and restoration -- 4.1 Regional Plan Stock Exclusion -- 4.2 Riparian Restoration -- 4.3 Waterway connectivity -- 4.4 Fencing and planting assistance for landowners -- 4.4.1 Costings for an example stream retirement project -- 5 Invasive species -- 5.1 Animals -- 5.2 Plants -- 6 Recent threats to Coromandel --6.1 -- Kauri dieback -- 6.2 Myrtle rust -- 7 Coastal habitat -- 7.1 Mangroves -- 7.2 Immediate threats for the Colville Coastal Marine Area (CMA) -- 7.2.1 Grazing -- 7.2.2 Introduced predators -- 7.2.3 Salt water paspalum -- 7.2.4 Mediterranean fanworm (Sabella spallanzanii) -- 8 Funding -- 9 Communicating your projects -- 9.1 Communication avenues -- 10 References/Bibliography.

This land management resource document is to provide both individuals and community groups with information and connections to current information about the physical landscape, fauna, flora and other key environmental management considerations, to aid them in their aspirations to protect, restore or enhance the Colville catchment.
Given several key community groups are already implementing their various programmes within the catchment, Waikato Regional Council has created this resource as a “one stop shop” for information the community may seek to enhance their already successful activities within the catchment or for their own personal knowledge.

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