Supporting Research

The Monitoring Freshwater Improvements WebApp and Freshwater Improvement Scenario Builder are based on extensive analysis and modelling of nationally available freshwater data. For detailed information on the data, assumptions, modelling steps and methods, and examples of national-scale applications, please refer to the following publications, or contact the corresponding author(s) directly.

Note: Links to the articles will be uploaded once published.

change detection in rivers
Journal Article

Monitoring to detect changes in water quality to meet policy objectives

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Published in Scientific Reports (2024) 14: 1914
Published in Scientific Reports (2024) 14: 1914
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Change detection in groundwater nitrate
Journal Article

Determining the likelihood and cost of detecting reductions of nitrate-nitrogen concentrations in groundwater across New Zealand

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR:

Matt Dumont né Hanson et al.

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Published in Science of the Total Environment (2024) Volume 927, 1 June 2024
Published in Science of the Total Environment (2024) Volume 927, 1 June 2024
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Change detection in Lakes
Journal Article

Optimising sampling frequency for change detection of variables in lake monitoring programs

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In Preparation
In Preparation
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WebApp
Journal Article

A WebApp to guide the design of freshwater monitoring programmes to assess the success of restoration actions.

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR:

Dr. Mike Kittridge

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Submitted to the Journal of Open Source Software
Submitted to the Journal of Open Source Software
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NPSFM attribute state analysis
Technical report

Hydrological representation by State of the Environment water quality data: an analysis of river flow condition representation in monthly water quality datasets

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR:

Dr Olivier Ausseil

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Final report
Final report
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Measuring the benefits of management actions.
Technical Report

Mitigation effectiveness monitoring design

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR:

Dr Olivier Ausseil

STATUS:
Proof of concept development phase
Proof of concept development phase
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Implementation of monitoring technologies
Journal Article

Towards implementation of robust monitoring technologies alongside freshwater improvement policy in Aotearoa New Zealand

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Published in Environmental Science & Policy Volume 132, June 2022, Pages 1-12
Published in Environmental Science & Policy Volume 132, June 2022, Pages 1-12
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