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Read the latest research updates and news from the George Mason Centre for the Natural Environment.
Using a community based, qualitative monitoring methodology as a process to connect with and consider the mauri of local marine ecosystems.
This project will assess the value of restoring and conserving kelp forests for mitigating human CO2 emissions.
Providing marine ecologists, regional councils and the public with new tools and data to assist in preserving New Zealand's beautiful coasts.
Unlocking the ‘black box’ of carbon cycling in marine soft-sediment habitats
This research project aims to improve management best practice for whitebait.
Measuring change is challenging, but new technology and techniques may provide better tools for measuring ecosystem health.
A new project, led by Dr Brendon Blue, examines how efforts to make Aotearoa New Zealand ‘predator-free’ by 2050 are being negotiated and enacted.
Hilltops to oceans combines several projects to investigate the role of mitigation in natural ecosystems and the potential for enhancement through restoration.
Plastic pollution is a well-recognised threat to marine systems and waterways. This project aims to find solutions for this growing problem.
Watch our information-based video on ocean acidification in New Zealand, created as part of a science public communication series.
We have several seed funding projects underway in the George Mason Centre.
Find out how you can support the George Mason fund and help us create a legacy of solutions-focused research and applications.