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Measuring the benefits of management actions: Mitigation effectiveness monitoring design (proof of concept phase)

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posted on 2024-06-21, 04:02 authored by Olivier Ausseil, Joanne Clapcott, Zeb Etheridge, David Hamilton, Simon Linke, Fleur Matheson, Mananui Ramsden, Ian Ruru, Diana SelbieDiana Selbie, Chris Tanner, Amy Whitehead, Alice Bradley
A five-step process was developed to answer the key question asked of Working Group 1:'Have the mitigation actions resulted in improved freshwater outcomes?'. To assist with the implementation of the five-step process described above, a range of information repositories, Decision Support Tools (DSTs) and modules were created. Three specific Decision Support Tools were developed: A riparian mitigation DST, a Lake Mitigation DST, a groundwater Nitrate DST. This report includes recommendations or suggestions for potential further work to develop specific elements of the framework beyond the'proof of concept' stage and develop and integrate user-ready tools to guide the design of mitigation effectiveness mitigation plans. Report for Our Land and Water

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Funded by the New Zealand Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment's Our Land and Water National Science Challenge (Toitū te Whenua, Toiora te Wai) as part of project Monitoring Freshwater Improvement Actions

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2021-03-07

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  • English

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