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Manukau Harbour intertidal ecology monitoring 1987 to February 2018 / Barry L. Greenfield, Lisa D. McCartain, Judi E. Hewitt, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, NIWA.

By: Greenfield, Barry L [author.].
Contributor(s): McCartain, Lisa D [author.] | Hewitt, J. E. (Judith Elaine), 1955- [author.] | Auckland (N.Z.). Council [issuing body.] | National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (N.Z.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Technical report (Auckland (N.Z.). Council): 2019/025.; NIWA client report: 2018150HNPublisher: [Auckland] : Auckland City Council, 2019.Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource : colour illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780995128170.Subject(s): INTERTIDAL ECOLOGY | MANUKAU HARBOUR | NEW ZEALAND | ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING | HARBOURS | ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS | MONITORING | INTERTIDAL SEDIMENTATION | SAMPLING | MACROFAUNA | TAXA | SEDIMENTS | SEDIMENT ANALYSIS | CHLOROPHYLL A | ECOSYSTEM HEALTH | AQUATIC COMMUNITIES | CONTAMINANTS | INLETS | AUCKLAND | Manukau Harbour (N.Z.) -- MonitoringHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: TR 2019/025 Knowledge Auckland site | NIWA document server | National Digital Heritage Archive Open Access
Contents:
1.0 Introduction -- 2.0 Methods -- 2.1 Sample collection and identification -- 2.2 Bivalve size class analysis -- 2.3 Site and sediment characteristics -- 2.4 Statistical analysis -- 2.5 State of the Environment Indicators -- 3.0 Present Status of Benthic Communities in the Main Body of the Harbour -- 3.1 General location descriptions -- 3.2 Are there any trends in sediment characteristics? -- 3.3 Are there any trends in abundance of monitored taxa? -- 3.4 Are cyclic patterns in monitored taxa abundances being maintained? -- 3.5 Are there any trends in macrofaunal communities? -- 3.6 Relative Health across the Harbour -- 4.0 Summary -- 4.1 Changes in ecology -- 5.0 Acknowledgements -- 6.0 References -- 7.0 Appendices -- 7.1 Monitoring years of sites AA, CB, CH, EB, KP and PS -- 7.2 Monitored species for Manukau Harbour and their known sensitivity to mud and contaminants -- 7.3 Sediment characteristics from April 2009 to February 2018 -- 7.4 The three most abundant species found in October each year at AA, CB, CH, EB, KP and PS.
Summary: This report updates the results of the State of the Environment intertidal marine ecology monitoring programme for the Manukau Harbour between October 1987 and February 2018. The monitoring focuses on intertidal animals in mud and sand flats which form an important link between sediment and water column quality and processes, are important prey items for birds and fish, are relatively stationary and therefore representative of local conditions, and are widely used internationally for monitoring impacts on and health of ecosystems.
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NIWA Project Ref No. ARC18206. NIWA Project Report No. 2018150HN

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1.0 Introduction -- 2.0 Methods -- 2.1 Sample collection and identification -- 2.2 Bivalve size class analysis -- 2.3 Site and sediment characteristics -- 2.4 Statistical analysis -- 2.5 State of the Environment Indicators -- 3.0 Present Status of Benthic Communities in the Main Body of the Harbour -- 3.1 General location descriptions -- 3.2 Are there any trends in sediment characteristics? -- 3.3 Are there any trends in abundance of monitored taxa? -- 3.4 Are cyclic patterns in monitored taxa abundances being maintained? -- 3.5 Are there any trends in macrofaunal communities? -- 3.6 Relative Health across the Harbour -- 4.0 Summary -- 4.1 Changes in ecology -- 5.0 Acknowledgements -- 6.0 References -- 7.0 Appendices -- 7.1 Monitoring years of sites AA, CB, CH, EB, KP and PS -- 7.2 Monitored species for Manukau Harbour and their known sensitivity to mud and contaminants -- 7.3 Sediment characteristics from April 2009 to February 2018 -- 7.4 The three most abundant species found in October each year at AA, CB, CH, EB, KP and PS.

This report updates the results of the State of the Environment intertidal marine ecology monitoring programme for the Manukau Harbour between October 1987 and February 2018. The monitoring focuses on intertidal animals in mud and sand flats which form an important link between sediment and water column quality and processes, are important prey items for birds and fish, are relatively stationary and therefore representative of local conditions, and are widely used internationally for monitoring impacts on and health of ecosystems.

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