Publications for water managers

A set of references and links useful for Water Managers.

Collier, K.J.; Cooper, A.B.; Davies-Colley, R.J.; Rutherford, J.C.; Smith, C.M.; Williamson, R.B. (1995).
Managing riparian zones: A contribution to protecting New Zealand's rivers and streams.vol. 1: Concepts. (PDF 343 KB)
Department of Conservation, Wellington, NZ. 39 p.

Collier, K.J.; Cooper, A.B.; Davies-Colley, R.J.; Rutherford, J.C.; Smith, C.M.; Williamson, R.B. (1995).
Managing riparian zones: A contribution to protecting New Zealand's rivers and streams. Vol. 2: Guidelines. (PDF 247 KB)
Department of Conservation, Wellington, NZ. 142 p.

Rutherford, J.C.; Davies-Colley, R.J.; Quinn, J.M.; Stroud, M.J.; Cooper, A.B. (1999).
Stream shade: towards a restoration strategy.
Department of Conservation, Wellington, NZ. 159 p.

Kilroy, C.; Biggs, B.; Mulcock, C. (1998).
New Zealand stream health monitoring and assessment kit.
Stream monitoring manual. p.

Livingston M E, Biggs B J, Gifford J S. 1986.
Inventory of New Zealand lakes

Vant, W.N. (ed.) (1987).
Lake managers handbook, Water and Soil Miscellaneous Publication No 103.
Ministry of Works and Development, Wellington. 230 p.

Municipal Guidelines for Wastewater Monitoring, 2002. 
WaterNZ 

S. Elliott, I. Jowett, A. Suren and J. Richardson. 2004.
A guide for assessing effects of urbanisation on flow-related stream habitat. (PDF 1.4 MB)
NIWA science and technology series 52

Lake managers' handbook: Land-water interactions.
Wellington, Ministry for the Environment. Chapter by Elliott, S. and B. Sorrell (2002).
www.mfe.govt.nz/publications/water/lm-land-water-jun02.html

Lake Managers' Handbook: Fish in New Zealand Lakes
Wellington, Ministry for the Environment. Prepared by Rowe, D. and E, Graynoth 
www.mfe.govt.nz/publications/water/lm-fish-in-nz-lakes-jun02.html 

Lake Managers' Handbook: Alien Invaders
Wellington, Ministry for the Environment. Prepared by Champion, P,. Clayton, J., and D. Rowe (2002)
www.mfe.govt.nz/publications/water/lm-alien-invaders-jun02.html 

LakeSPI: a tool for monitoring the ecological condition of New Zealand lakes.

Guidelines for Artificial Lakes. Before construction, maintenance of new lakes, rehabilitation of degraded lakes ELF11243; HAM2012-045. 177 p. 
Gibbs M, Hickey C 2012.
www.envirolink.govt.nz/Envirolink-tools/ 

 

Blue Lake, underwater. Credit: Mark Gall, NIWA