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Throughout this research programme, we will be developing tools to assist kaitiaki and other end users in their care for coastal resources. Please check back here for updates

Digital Libraries
These libraries contain information, publications, summaries, photos and/or other data that we have collated since the start of this research, about the coastal ecosystems in our case study areas, or about coastal ecosystem restoration in general. These digital libraries enable our research team to access such published information/research and to use it in our own research. These libraries are being updated and enhanced all the time – please check back regularly for updates.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">We also hope that these Digital Libraries will also be a useful and relevant tool to assist kaitiaki, community members, other researchers and people interested in coastal ecosystem restoration. This tool helps to make published information more readily accessible to such groups, who may not otherwise know how to access that information. This will help in preparing for things like Resource Consent processes, engaging in decision making about the management or use of the coast, and so forth. If you would like assistance in learning how to use these Digital Libraries, please contact the MTM Project Manager, Derrylea Hardy (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), or any member of our research team – we are more than willing to assist you in using these tools.

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