A Marine Cultural Health Index for the sustainable management of mahinga kai in Aotearoa – New Zealand
Schweikert, Katja; McCarthy, Alaric; Akins, Ashli; Scott, Nigel; Moller, Henrik; Hepburn, Chris; Landesberger, Franziska
He Kōhinga Rangahau is the research report series of Te Tiaki Mahinga Kai, a national coalition of tangata kaitiaki, researchers, and managers dedicated to sustained enhancement of the cultural, economic, social, and environmental wellbeing of Māori and New Zealand as a whole. This will be achieved through the application of mātauranga and science associated with mahinga kai to modern customary fisheries practices. See www.mahingakai.org.nz for a detailed description of the kaupapa. He Kōhinga Rangahau means “the gathering together of research findings.” This report may be used and cited by anyone with due acknowledgement to Tiaki Mahinga Kai and its funders.
Publisher: University of Otago
Series: He Kōhinga Rangahau
Series number: 15
Keywords: In shore; monitoring; local knowledge; Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Research Type: Commissioned Report for External Body