Maori methods and indicators for marine protection : Summary of research findings.
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As stated in the original research proposal for the Maori Methods and Indicators for Marine Protection project that was submitted to the Ministry of Research, Science and Technology, marine reserves meet many conservation objectives but often conflict with iwi/hapu objectives for marine management. There is a need to understand how marine reserves and alternative methods of marine management contribute to meeting iwi/hapu objectives. There is also a need to understand how marine reserves and alternative methods of marine protection contribute to meeting conservation objectives at a range of trophic levels. This knowledge will assist in determining how both iwi/hapu and conservation objectives can be met through either a particular management method or a suite of methods. It will also promote an appreciation and understanding of iwi/hapu interests, values and knowledge associated with marine management......
PublisherNgāti Kere, Ngāti Kōnohi, Ministry for the Environment, Department. of Conservation
Wellington, New Zealand
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.2
Spatial CoverageNew Zealand waters
CitationWilson, Carla, Freeman, Debbie, Hogan, Kerry, and Thompson, Kati (2007) Maori methods and indicators for marine protection Summary of research findings. Wellington, New Zealand, New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment, Department of Conservation, 63pp. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1932