Useful Links

Some of the great resources Project Reef has tapped into are, intuitive, exciting and part of a wider initiative to engage individuals with the Ocean in order to improve our understanding, research and perceptions towards it.

 

Here are some of those resources for you to get to know.​

Regional Ocean Resources

Taranaki Region, New Zealand

BLUE WHALES

DOC on Blue Whales

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Ecology of Blue Whales

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NZ Blue Whale Blog Post

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EPA Report Blue Whale Sightings

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NZ Blue Whale Research

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BLUE WHALES
IN THE
SOUTH TARANAKI BIGHT

BLUE PENGUINS

Little Blue Penguin

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Little Penguins & Sea Birds

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Little Blue Penguins

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DOC on Blue Penguins

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Penguin Cam

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BLUE
PENGUIN

On the way out to Project Reef, the team observed and took photographs of this Blue Penguin! 
(2017)

TARANAKI RELEVANT

Cawthron Report No: 2877

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Ngā Motu Marine Reserve

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Paraninihi Marine Reserve

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Project Hot Spot

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Conservation Board

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TRC Coastal Plan

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Reef Fish of Sugar Loaf Is.

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Sea Change Survey

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Dotterel Defenders

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AUTHORITY (EPA)

 EPA Zooplankton

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PART 1
EPA Marine Consent Decision

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PART 2
Project Reef Mentions

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Sediments

 
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Sediments 2

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Nearshore Benthic Habitats

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Te Tai Hauauru Fish Fourm

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EPA Benthic Flora & Fauna

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Benthic Flora & Fauna

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Appendices to Impact Ass.

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National Ocean Resources

Aotearoa , New Zealand

Island Bay
Marine Centre

Open every Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm until 16 December 2020.  
Their main purpose is to "inspire people, especially children, to learn about Wellington's and all New Zealand's marine environments."
(Video taken of PRL

DOC Educational Resources

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MfE Infographic

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NZ Underwater Association

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MfE Sensitive Marine Habitats

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Report Card: Fish Stocks

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Young Ocean Explorers

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MfE Our Marine Environment

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Status of Marine Mammals

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NIWA Coasts & Oceans

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Sustainable Seas

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Kāpiti Marine Reserve

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Taputeranga Marine Reserve

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Otago Uni Teaching Resources

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New Zealand Coastal Society

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Environment Guide

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Marine Biodiversity of NZ

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Island Bay Marine Centre

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Indigenous Marine Species

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Biodiversity Report NZ/AUS

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