The overarching theme of the conference was ‘Freshwater on the edge’ and
reflected the push towards the edge of our scientific knowledge,
including the scientific innovation to maintain and restore the health
of some of our special freshwater resources.
In cases, we may be
approaching tipping points for some of our lakes, rivers and estuaries.
Can we bring them back from the edge? This conference provided a
forum for sharing scientific and environmental knowledge with the
concept of ‘ki uta ki tai’ running throughout. Leading edge science,
restoring important ecosystems and looking to the future of freshwater
science were just some of the topics covered at this years’
For more information, visit http://nzfssconference.co.nz/.
Poster - Autonomous vertically-resolved monitoring of Lake Manapouri
Poster - Calibrated ecological health assessment for Southland's lakes
Poster - High frequency water quality monitoring in Southland
Poster - High resolution surveying for fish habitat models
Poster - Improving Knowledge of Bank Erosion Processes in Southland
Poster - Physiographic Controls Over pH and Alkalinity in Southland's Freshwaters
Poster - Physiographic controls over Southland’s ground and surface water chemistry
Poster - Protecting coastal lakes from eutrophication
Poster - State and Trends in Freshwater Macroinvertebrate Community Health in Southland
Poster - Water quality state and trends for Southland
Poster - Wetland inventory and monitoring in Southland