Browsing by Series "Proceedings of LakesWater Quality Society 2015"

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  • The role of a weed management Agency – a smart approach to delivering innovative biosecurity services

    Mole, David (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    Over the past year, Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) has taken a new approach to biosecurity as a result of significant external factors and a new, organisation-wide 10 year vision. We have reviewed our biosecurity aims ...
  • Session 4 Discussion: Rototrua Lakes Symposium 2015

    Unknown author (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    Session 4 Discussion: Rototrua Lakes Symposium 2015
  • Session 5 Discussion: Rototrua Lakes Symposium 2015

    Unknown author (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    Session 5 Discussion: Rototrua Lakes Symposium 2015
  • Session 6 Discussion: Rototrua Lakes Symposium 2015

    Unknown author (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    Session Six Discussion: Rototrua Lakes Symposium 2015
  • Session 7 Discussion: Rototrua Lakes Symposium 2015

    Unknown author (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    Session 7 Discussion: Rototrua Lakes Symposium 2015
  • Spraying as a solution

    Hofstra, Deborah (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    When invasive aquatic weeds establish in a lake, they usually result in detrimental effects on native biodiversity, amenity and utility values. Once a weed species or weed issue has been recognised control options are often ...
  • Statutory responsibilities and barriers to action

    Salmon, Guy (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    Looking at the context of current policies and institutions, this presentation will explore possibilities for enhancing the effectiveness of control actions for lake weed and wallabies.
  • Success studies and the way forward

    Wells, Rohan (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    This paper will cover what successful aquatic weed management looks like. It follows a range of historical management actions with numerous examples of ‘success’. Successes include preventing weed problems arriving, detecting ...
  • Te Arawa– Kaitaki of Te Arawa Lakes

    Curtis, Sir Toby (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    The Te Arawa Lakes Trust has embarked on a project to develop a Te Arawa Cultural Values Framework, in regard to the 14 lakes located in our tribal region. There are a host of positives that we believe can accrue as an ...
  • Turning a negative into a positive: Aquatic weed harvesting Lake Rotoehu

    Mallinson, Richard (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    The submerged aquatic weed hornwort (Ceratophyllum demersum) has become widespread through Lake Rotoehu since its establishment in the lake around 2000. This exotic pest plant is surface reaching in large parts of this ...
  • Watching for invasive species: public engagement

    Burton, Tracey (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    Invasive species continue to be one of the greatest threats to the Rotorua lakes and include not only water weeds and wallabies, but other organisms too. Invasive molluscs such as zebra and quagga mussels have the potential ...
  • Weed management - Lessons form the USA

    Madsen, John (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    Aquatic weed management has a more than 100 year history in the United States, with the first efforts by the US Army Corps of Engineers to remove water hyacinth from southeastern United States waters in 1899. Through these ...
  • Weeds and the Rotorua Lakes

    Clayton, John (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    The Rotorua Lakes are of volcanic origin and they form an integral feature of the regions landscape. No other region in New Zealand has such an interesting combination of lakes in close proximity, each of which offers ...
  • Wrap up summary of the day

    Madsen, John (LakesWater Quality Society, 2015)
    Summary of Day 1 2015 LakesWater Quality Society conference.