Last edited by Sharisar
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 | History

2 edition of wildlife and wildlife values of the Whangamarino wetlands found in the catalog.

wildlife and wildlife values of the Whangamarino wetlands

C. C. Ogle

wildlife and wildlife values of the Whangamarino wetlands

by C. C. Ogle

  • 13 Want to read
  • 0 Currently reading

Published by N.Z. Wildlife Service, Dept. of Internal Affairs in Wellington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand,
  • Waikato River Watershed.
    • Subjects:
    • Zoology -- New Zealand -- Waikato River Watershed.,
    • Habitat (Ecology) -- New Zealand -- Waikato River Watershed.,
    • Wetland ecology -- New Zealand -- Waikato River Watershed.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby C.C. Ogle and J. Cheyne.
      SeriesFauna Survey Unit report,, no. 28
      ContributionsCheyne, J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL340 .O353 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination94 p. :
      Number of Pages94
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3268994M
      LC Control Number83190843

      The District Plan is the ‘rule book’ that manages the way land is used, developed and subdivided. Whangamarino Swamp, Kopouatai Peat Dome and the Firth of Thames estuary. It might also act as a stepping stone between other natural areas, allowing wildlife to move around in . Forest & Bird Magazine Summer Published on Forest & Bird is New Zealand’s leading independent conservation organisation protecting and .

      •• The New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study, which is being run by Chris Sibley of the Department of Psychology, University of Auckland, aims to survey New Zealanders each year for 20 years, looking at how people’s opinions, values and levels of satisfaction with their lives may change gradually over time Hunting book winner Auckland hunter Jane Carmine is the winner of a new book by Fish & Game NZ magazine writer Peter Ryan – Hunting New Zealand, Parts Unknown. Jane was snapped by husband Vincent on a hunt in Maramarua Forest. Jane is a dietician by trade, so she knows better than all of us the food value of wild game.

      Regulations Book Auckland Waikato Fish & Game Wildlife Manager John Dyer points out that there is a lot of fantastic information for hunters in the regulation books. There is more in them than just season bag limits. This book Useful Products from Mangrove and other Coastal Plants is the third in a trilogy to be published simultaneously. The others are Continuing the Journey Amongst Mangroves by Barry Clough, and Structure, Function and Management of Mangrove Ecosystems by Jin Eong Ong and Wooi Khoon Gong.


Share this book
You might also like
Emily

Emily

Financing social security

Financing social security

Williams British Columbia directory, 1889

Williams British Columbia directory, 1889

The American Experiment Vol 2

The American Experiment Vol 2

Eliana Americana

Eliana Americana

History of twelve Caesars

History of twelve Caesars

Small Groups Growing Churches

Small Groups Growing Churches

Factors affecting the chemical composition of pasture grasses

Factors affecting the chemical composition of pasture grasses

Why crime?

Why crime?

Silver-knife; or, The hunters of the Rocky Mountains

Silver-knife; or, The hunters of the Rocky Mountains

regal rambler; or, eccentrical adventures of the devil in London

regal rambler; or, eccentrical adventures of the devil in London

Course CBT

Course CBT

America by design

America by design

Primer in radical criminology

Primer in radical criminology

Southern Ute women

Southern Ute women

Wildlife and wildlife values of the Whangamarino wetlands by C. C. Ogle Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The wildlife and wildlife values of the Whangamarino wetlands. [C C Ogle; J Cheyne; New Zealand. Wildlife Service.]. Close approaches and acoustic triangulation: techniques for mapping the distribution of booming Australasian bittern (Botaurus poiciloptilus) on small wetlands.

Notornis Ogle, C.C.; Cheyne, J. The wildlife and wildlife values of the Whangamarino Wetlands. Fauna Survey Unit Report No. New Zealand Wildlife Service, Wellington. wetland ecosystem services Beverley R.

Clarkson 1, Anne-Gaelle E. Ausseil 2, Philippe Gerbeaux 3 1 Landcare Research, Private BagHamilton New Zealand. According to the KCWHP (), forested wetlands support up to 49 wildlife species, and scrub- shrub wetlands support up to 22 wildlife species.

Multi-layered vegetation provides structural. See more ideas about World wetlands day, Activity world, Wetland. - 2 February each year is World Wetlands Day.

This day marks the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on 2 Februaryin the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea. The wildlife and wildlife values of the Whangamarino wetlands. Fauna Survey Unit Report No.

28, NZ Wildlife Service, Department of Internal Affairs, Wellington. Oliver, W. ().Cited by: 4. NATIONAL REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RAMSAR CONVENTION ON WETLANDS.

National Reports to be submitted to the 12th Meeting of the Conference of the Contracting Parties, Uruguay, Please submit the completed National Report in Microsoft Word format .doc, ), as. Ellesmere/Te Wiahora was completed in (Hughey & Taylor ) in the book 'Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere: State of the Lake and Future Management'.

A number of iwi groups in New Zealand are also actively undertaking assessment of the cultural values of important freshwater/wetland sites. This includes for example the State. Restiad bogs, dominated by species in the predominantly Southern Hemisphere family Restionaceae, are most extensively developed on the temperate oceanic islands of New Zealand.

They form raised and blanket bogs on mainly flat, poorly drained lowlands, but also occur in the montane and subalpine zones. The Department of Conservation administers the majority of the publicly owned land in New Zealand that is protected for scenic, scientific, historic and cultural reasons, or set aside for recreational purposes.

More t km 2 – nearly 30 percent of the nation's total area – is administered by the department. The main legislation controlling this is the Reserves Act Restiad bogs, dominated by species in the predominantly Southern Hemisphere family Restionaceae, are most extensively developed on the temperate oceanic islands of New Zealand.

They form raised and. Hakatere Conservation Park is part of one of the best wetlands in the country. A national wetland restoration project was started in and involves three premier sites: Whangamarino in Waikato, Awarua/Waituna in Southland and Ō Tū Wharekai here in Canterbury.

The rivers, lakes, tarns and swamps of Ō Tū Wharekai have their own special File Size: 2MB. Full text of "Directory of Wetlands of International Importance." See other formats. The Wetlands of International Importance distribute unevenly in different continents. Europe owns the largest number of sites, while Africa has the largest area of sites.

More than half of the sites are affected by three or four impact factors (55%). The most significant impact factors are pollution (54%), biological resources use (53%), natural system modification (53%), and Author: Ting Xu, Baisha Weng, Denghua Yan, Kun Wang, Xiangnan Li, Wuxia Bi, Meng Li, Xiangjun Cheng, Yinxue.

The editors note(3), however, that these values do not take into account the benefits from tourism, wildlife and agro-forestry, which would push these figures even higher. Other examples include the economic valuation of coastal wetlands for hurricane protection in the USA and Spain, and the calculation of the flood prevention value of the.

Wildlife and wildlife habitat values of Waitutu Forest, Western Southland / G. First official count was Julythen at 3 monthly intervals untilthen six monthy intervals during and (A J Beachamp holds JunJulOctNovFebAprJulNovFebJulOctJ.

The National Wetland Trust of New Zealand has celebrated World Wetlands Day since and its bus tours to out-of-the-way wetlands around the Waikato have been enjoyed by hundreds of. Fish & Game leads wetland conservation. Fish & Game is continuing to play a leading role in the conservation and creation of wetlands – either spearheading or.

The Wildlife Act gives varying levels of protection to native and introduced animals which live in a wild state in New Zealand. The definition of 'animal' is legal rather than scientific.

It includes most wild mammals (but not rabbits, hares or marine mammals), all wild birds, all reptiles and native frogs, but very few fish and invertebrates. The Wildlife and Wildlife Values of Whangamarino Wetlands.

(Fauna Survey Unit Report No. 28) New Zealand Wildlife Service, Department of Internal Affairs: Wellington. Pang, L. Tarawera River Flow Analysis. (Environmental Report ) Environment Bay of Plenty: Whakatane.

Pearson, C.P. Analysis of floods and low flows. The District Plan is the ‘rule book’ that manages the way land is used, developed and subdivided. Tongariro National Park, Whangamarino Swamp, Kopouatai Peat Dome and the Firth of Thames estuary. allowing wildlife to move around in search of food or mates.This study examines the current and potential economic value of an artificial lake aiming to explore the factors that affect people’s willingness to pay (WTP) for its protection.

The WTP was derived from a face-to-face survey of residents and recreational users of the Plastira’s lake, one of the most important constructed wetlands in Greece.Full text of "Wetlands (5th Edition) by William J.

Mitsch, James G. Gosselink" See other formats.