NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER – NATIONAL SCIENCE CHALLENGE

Updates from SO7, new research public perceptions of pest control, results from an analysis of biodiversity outcomes for sanctuaries and more…

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A nationwide analysis of biodiversity outcomes for sanctuaries

Results from a nationwide analysis of pest control in sanctuaries have provided some important insight.

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Resource Management Act Review Summary

The Adaptive Governance and Policy Group (S07) have produced a summary of the Resource Management Act Review.

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Student Profile: Amy van Lindt

University of Canterbury student Amy van Lindt has been researching the potential role freshwater crayfish could play in stream restoration.

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Working towards a positive future for both farming and conservation

As pastoral farming plays a critical role in Aotearoa’s economy, it is crucial that we strive for outcomes where both farming and biodiversity win.

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Public perceptions and beliefs of novel pest control technologies

When it comes to developing new technologies for pest control, engaging with the public early allows their voices to be heard.

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Te Kura Huna o Te Urewera (The Hidden Treasure of Te Urewera)

Te Kura Huna o Te Urewera (The Hidden Treasure of Te Urewera) speaks to the relationship of the Tūhoe Tuawhenua community and the kererū (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae), a manu rangatira (chiefly bird).

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Eco-index: a new name for a BioHeritage programme aimed at bolstering biodiversity

The BioHeritage Eco-index team (SO1 – previously BioHeritage Scorecard) are excited to announce the new Eco-index name and logo!

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Postdoc position: Soil food web structure and ecosystem functioning in kauri dominated forests

A postdoc position is available within the Ngā Rākau Taketake – Risk Assessment and Ecosystem Impacts theme.

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New Director And Leadership Team Appointments

New Director to take up the role in December, and two new leadership team appointments for Biological Heritage.

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