A synthesis of New Zealand ocean acidification research, with relevance to the Hauraki Gulf / C.S. Law, J.R. Zeldis, H. Bostock, V. Cummings, K. Currie, G. Frontin-Rollet, H. MacDonald, S. Mikaloff-Fletcher, D. Parsons, N. Ragg, M. Sewell.

By: Law, C. S. (Clifford S.).
Contributor(s): Zeldis, J. R. (John R.), 1954- | Bostock, H. (Helen), 1977- | Cummings, V. J. (Vonda J.) | Currie, K | Frontin-Rollet, G | MacDonald, H | Mikaloff-Fletcher, S | Parsons, D. M. (Darren M.) | Ragg, N | [Sewell, M.] | National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (N.Z.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Waikato Regional Council technical report (2011): 2020/16; NIWA client report: 2019165WNPublisher: Hamilton : Waikato Regional Council, 2020Description: 1 online resource.Subject(s): OCEAN ACIDIFICATION | PH | NUTRIENT POLLUTION | NUTRIENTS | RUNOFF | HAURAKI GULF | FIRTH OF THAMES | WAIKATO | NEW ZEALAND | GAP ANALYSIS | AQUACULTUREHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: TR 2020/16 Waikato Regional Council publications | NIWA document server | National Digital Heritage Archive Open Access Summary: This document provides a synthesis of ocean acidification (OA) research findings of relevance to the Waikato region, obtained by the Coastal Acidification: Rate, Impacts & Management (CARIM) project and other New Zealand OA-related projects. The synthesis is focussed on the following specific areas, as requested by Waikato Regional Council: The problem of ocean acidification relevant to the Waikato Region (Firth of Thames). The role of nutrient runoff in modifying pH and the effect that nutrient limit setting may have on future acidification. The relationships between acidification and aquaculture, including finfish. The broad objectives and findings of the CARIM project relevant to the Waikato Region. Key information or data gaps. Suggestions for further work for Council or application of CARIM findings to the Firth of Thames relating to acidification or aquaculture management.
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Document #: 17106801. Peer reviewed by: Janine Kamke, Date 27 August 2020. Approved for release by: Michael Townsend, Date 17 September 2020.

NIWA CLIENT REPORT No: 2019165WN. Report date: May 2019. NIWA Project: WRC19302/1920.

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This document provides a synthesis of ocean acidification (OA) research findings of relevance to the Waikato region, obtained by the Coastal Acidification: Rate, Impacts & Management (CARIM) project and other New Zealand OA-related projects. The synthesis is focussed on the following specific areas, as requested by Waikato Regional Council:
The problem of ocean acidification relevant to the Waikato Region (Firth of Thames).
The role of nutrient runoff in modifying pH and the effect that nutrient limit setting may have on future acidification.
The relationships between acidification and aquaculture, including finfish.
The broad objectives and findings of the CARIM project relevant to the Waikato Region.
Key information or data gaps.
Suggestions for further work for Council or application of CARIM findings to the Firth of Thames relating to acidification or aquaculture management.

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