A number of projects make use of the internet to distribute information to a broad audience. In some cases a website may be a required 'project outcome' or form part of the project goals.
This section is where we feature such material along with links to other useful sites.
SRARNZ NZ Lizards Conservation Toolkit.
The SRARNZ NZ Lizards Conservation Toolkit is a comprehensive resource developed for the conservation management of the lizards of New Zealand. Created by Ecogecko Consultants and project partners Auckland Council and Boffa Miskell with funding from the Biodiversity Advice Fund, the toolkit is constructed to inform people of the various management options available:
A Guide to the Freshwater Invertebrates of New Zealand.
Landcare Research have created an online resource aimed at assisting community groups involved in monitoring freshwater habitats. 'A Guide to the Freshwater Invertebrates of New Zealand' is a free to access, online facility that is very easy to use... more>
Our Environment is an interactive, online service providing access to some of Landcare Research´s environmental data. Users can use interactive maps to learn about their local environment and select to view different data themes. This resource aims help increase understanding of the varied environments throughout New Zealand:
DOC Inventory and Monitoring Toolbox.
Toolbox is now available online for community groups to access. It describes standard methods for sampling populations and communities of plants and animals. Standardising data DOC collects is fundamental to establishing consistent and compatible methods to underpin monitoring from local to national levels:
Clover Root Weevil.
Clover Root Weevil website is a product of the SFF funded project designed to identify the environmental and economic impact of the pest... enter >