We are seeking a Deputy Director Māori for Ko Ngā Moana Whakauka - Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to an innovative National Science Challenge.
Expressions of Interest are invited to join our exceptional team as a Theme Leader for the Enhancing Ecosystem-Based Management (EBM) practices Theme.
We are pleased to welcome Joe Harawira and Ian Ruru to the Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge Kāhui Māori.
Monitoring organisms in estuaries can give a picture of the ecosystem’s health and its response to human impacts and disturbance. Marine ecologist Dana Clark (Cawthron Insitute/University of Waikato) is investigating whether molecular tools can be used for coastal monitoring and management.
Councils are welcoming new research from Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge that recommends monitoring regimes for detecting tipping points in Aotearoa New Zealand’s marine environment.
Sustainable Seas researchers Kelly Ratana (NIWA) and Caine Taiapa (Manaaki Te Awanui) were awarded the New Zealand Coastal Society’s Sustainability Award in November 2018.
Sustainable Seas researcher Dr Rebecca Gladstone-Gallagher (University of Auckland) has been awarded a Rutherford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship to investigate the role of biodiversity in maintaining coastal ecosystem health and resilience to change.
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.
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.