NIWA scientists Dr Andrew Swales, Dr Rob Bell and Dr Drew Lohrer wrote a chapter on estuaries for the NZ Coastal Society sea-level rise special publication in late 2020 called Estuaries and lowland brackish habitats.
A new programme at NIWA will focus on finding ways to protect our freshwater species now and in the future.
NIWA has updated its guide to freshwater pests for the first time since 2013.
In this edition we welcome Dr Simon Woodward to the team and find out how he came to work at NIWA.
New Zealand and NASA have partnered for their first international space mission, aiming to help protect the world's vulnerable ecosystems.
A technical guide to the Periphyton Attribute Note under the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management (NPS-FM) 2014 (as amended 2017) has been released, as a draft, this month by the Ministry for the Environment.
A seminal review has just been completed. It describes aquatic life within aquifers, outlines the ecosystem services and values supported by groundwater ecosystems, and discusses the key factors that affect and threaten groundwater ecosystems.
The 15th International Symposium on Aquatic Plants was held in Quenstown in February 2018, bringing together scientists from 20 different countries to share their latest research, promote debate, discussion and collaboration.