Interested in our planned research for Phase II (2019–2024)? Find out more at this ‘town hall’ style short session with Julie Hall (Director) and Judi Hewitt (Theme Leader - Addressing risk and uncertainty).
New Zealand waters support the greatest diversity of seabirds on Earth, including rare and endangered species, such as albatrosses, petrels and shearwaters. It is critical that we know the number of birds, where they live and their migration patterns.
What is a ‘blue economy’, and how can Aotearoa get one? Join researchers Nick Lewis and Jason Mika to discuss how can we best develop our marine economy, while protecting the taonga of our marine environment.
This is the first event in a breakfast talk series in partnership with the NZ Maritime Museum.
Dr Leigh Tait from NIWA will describe his research on monitoring kelp and seaweed biodiversity of coastal marine ecosystems with drones.
In this webinar, guest speaker Professor Robert Costanza from Australian National University will discuss how ecosystem services science (ESS) can support the management of marine and coastal ecosystems.
Since the 2016 quake, researchers have been working with the local community and businesses to understand its impacts. Join us in Kaikōura to discuss what we’re learning about the environment, tourism and the local economy, as well as community resilience and response planning.
In this webinar Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge researchers will summarise the legal framework that applies to the management of Aotearoa New Zealand’s marine environment.
In this webinar Dr Michael Knapp (University of Otago) will present new research on environmental DNA metabarcoding surveys. The webinar is open to everyone but will be of particular interest to science, policy and operational staff working in the fields of marine biodiversity, invasive marine species monitoring or marine conservation
Do you live in Napier? Visit the National Aquarium Tuesday 5 March 2019, 7.15pm Sustainable Seas in partnership with the National Aquarium and the Royal Society of New Zealand present “Ocean Detectives” a talk by Heni Unwin and Ross Vennell.