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Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu. (n.d.) Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu: Freshwater Policy.
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Keywords: fish habitats, fisheries, freshwater, instream flows, Kaupapa, Ngai Tahu, participation, performance indicators, policy, policy statement, te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, TRoNT, water flows.
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Environment Canterbury Regional Council. (2012) Canterbury Water Management Strategy Targets: Draft Progress Report. (Environment Canterbury Regional Council,)
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Keywords: allocation regimes, Canterbury water management strategy, collaborative management, cyanobacteria, drinking water, environmental flows, flow allocation, health risk, nutrient load limits, progress, recreation, sustainable management, Water availability, water characteristics, water flow, water quality, water quality.

Kirk, Nick, Memon, Ali. (2011) Breaking New Ground: Re-Inventing Maori Role in Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere's Governance. (Department of Environmental Management, Lincoln University)
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Keywords: collaborative governance approach, Joint management, Joint Management Plan, lake Ellesmere, Maori, Ngai Tahu, tangata whenua, Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, Te Waihora, TRONT, water governance.
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Goodwin, M. (2011) Canterbury Water: Regional Context - Kaitiakitanga. (Environment Canterbury Regional Council)
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Keywords: longfin eel, Ngai Tahu, runanga, Tangata whenua, water quality, water quantity.
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Boyd, Felicity. (2010) A Recreational and Social History of the Avon-Heathcote Estuary. (prepared for Environment Canterbury Regional Council and the Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust)
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Keywords: attitudes, Avon-Heathcote Estaury, changes, changing land use, environmental issues, european settlement, historical overview, history, maori, ngai tahu, perceptions, pre-European, recreation, recreational activities, residential activities, urban development, water quality.
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Chambers, Rodney, Crossland, Andrew, Hay, Mary, Holder, Kay, Leiataua, Steve, Lobb, Andrea, Partridge, Trevor, Roozen, Derek, Shadbolt, Antony. (2010) Brooklands Lagoon/Te Riu o Te Aika Kawa Area: Parks Master Plan. (Christchurch City Council)
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Keywords: aquatic fauna, Birdlife, birdlife habitat, Brooklands Lagoon, fauna, Flood management area, Ngai Tahu, Ngai Tahu values, recreation, saltmarsh, saltmarsh vegetation, Spencer Park, Styx River, Tangata whenua.
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Horn, Chrys. (2010) Waitaha Wai: Waterways of Christchurch. #ISBN: 978-1-877574-0. (Environment Canterbury Regional Council and Christchurch City Council)
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Keywords: Avon River, Avon-Heathcote Estuary, brooklands estuary, Brooklands Lagoon, Cashmere Stream, christchurch water supply, drainage, groundwater, halswell river, Ihutai, maori water values, monitoring, Ngai Tahu, Pollution, stream monitoring, styx catchment, surface water, Travis Swamp, Travis Wetland, values, water quality, water supplies, water values.
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de Winton, Mary, Jellyman, Don, Sutherland, Donna, Walsh, Jeremy. (2009) A review of the potential to re-establish macrophyte beds in Te Waihora (Lake Ellesmere). #ISBN 978-1-86937-968. (NIWA, prepared for Environment Canterbury)
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Keywords: "flipped" lakes, Benthic Invertebrates, eels, flipped lakes, Lake Ellesmere, lake rehabilitation, macrophytes, Ngai Tahu, restoration, self-sustaining, Te Waihora.
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(2009) Christchurch City Council: Draft Surface Water Strategy 2009: Summary Document. (Christchurch City Council)
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Keywords: Christchurch City Council, climate change, ecosystem health, flooding, goals, Ngai Tahu, Ngai Tahu values, objectives, recreation activities, stormwater management, stormwater runoff, Strategy, Surface Water, surface water management, urban growth, urban intensification, water quality, water quality.
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(2009) Mid-Heathcote River/Opawaho Linear Park Master Plan - Part Three: Key Goals. Page(s) 28-45. (Christchurch City Council)
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Keywords: Bank stabilisation, community use, cultural heritage, ecosystem health, Education, enjoyment, heathcote river, heritage, indigenous biodiversity, Ngai Tahu, Ngai Tahu values, recreation, riparian, riparian planting, stormwater management, water quality.
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(2009) Mid-Heathcote River/Opawaho Linear Park Masterplan: 2009: Part Two - Background. (Christchurch City Council)
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Keywords: Consultation, cultural health assessment, dredging, ecology, fish, flood mitigation, flooding, flooding, heathcote river, Heathcote River Floodplain Management Strategy, Heathcote River Floodplain Management Strategy 1998, Heathcote River/Opawaho, Invertebrate, loess, macrophytes, Ngai Tahu, Opawaho, riparian, Runanga, runoff, sedimentation, silty, urban contaminants, water quality, weeping willows, Woolston cut.
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Hayward, Shirley, Meredith, Adrian, Stevenson, Michele. (2009) Review of proposed NRRP water quality objectives and standards for rivers and lakes in the Canterbury region. #ISBN 978-1-86937-932. (Environment Canterbury)
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Keywords: abiotic, algae, biotic, clarity, Drinking water quality, ecological health indicators, ecosystem health, Eutrophication, groundwater recharge, habitat of trout and salmon, macroinvertebrate, macrophyte, management units, microbiological quality, natural Resources Regional Plan, Ngai Tahu, NRRP, nutrient concentration, nutrient guidelines, periphyton, QMCI, river classification, sedimentation, Trophic, values, water clarity, water quality indicators, water quality standards, water quality standards.
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(2008) A Biodiversity Strategy for the Canterbury Region. #ISBN: 978-1-86937-77. (Biodiversity Strategy Advisory Group)
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Keywords: biodiversity, bird species, ecosystem health, ecosystems, fish, galaxias, indigenous biodiversity, indigenous fish, invertebrate, kokopu, mudfish, Ngai Tahu, riparian areas, streams, water, waterway modification, wetlands.
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Hullen, Joseph, Lenihan, Te Marino, Lilley, Susan, Oliver, Sarah, Pauling, Craig, Pearson, Lizzy. (2008) South-West Christchurch Area Plan: Phase 1 Report: Tangata Whenua Values. (Christchurch City Council)
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Keywords: Consultation, Cultural health assessment, cultural sustainabily indicators, cultural values, fauna, flora, mahinga kai, Maori, native wetlands, Ngai Tahu, Ngati Mamoe, Outline Development Plans, riparian buffer strips, riparian buffer zones, sites of significance, South-West Christchurch Area Plan, SWAP, tangata whenua, Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, Te Taumutu Runanga, Te Whakatau Kaupapa, traditional place names.
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Logan, Robert. (2008) Waimakariri: An Illustrated History. (Phillips and King Publishers)
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Keywords: Christchurch floods, coast to coast, flooding, recreation, settlement, stopbanks, Waimakariri, Waimakariri Catchment, Waimakariri River, water race.

Christchurch City Council. (2007) Avon River/Otakaro (Central City) Masterplan. (Christchurch City Council)
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Keywords: avon River, Avon River/Otakaro, birds, cultural heritage, ecology, ecosystem health, exotic vegetation, garden city image, indigenous vegetation, mahinga kai, management, natural heritage, Ngai Tahu, Otakaro, protection, river, river bed habitat, river health, stormwater management, urban legibility, use, water flow, water quality.
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(2007) Canterbury Natural Resources Regional Plan: Chapter 2 Ngai Tahu and the management of natural resources. (Environment Canterbury)
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Keywords: aims, issues, kaitiakitanga, mahinga kai, managemetn, Mauri, natural Resources Regional Plan, Ngai Tahu, nrrp, outcomes sought, rangatiratanga, tangata whenua, taonga.
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Department of Conservation, Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu. (2005) Te Waihora Joint Management Plan: Mahere Tukutahi o Te Waihora. #ISBN: 0-478-14059-2.
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Keywords: Biodiversity, ecosystem health, Integrated management, Joint Management Plan, kaitiaki, lake Ellesmere, mahinga kai, mauri, methods, objectives, policies, recreation, taonga, Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, te Waihora, values, visions, whakapapa, wildlife.
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(2004) Proposed Canterbury Natural Resources Regional Plan: Chapter 4 Water Quality, pp 1-6. (Environment Canterbury)
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Keywords: groundwater, groundwater resources, lakes, management, natural Resources Regional Plan, Ngai Tahu, nrrp, plan, principle surface water bodies, Proposed nrrp, rivers, values, water quality.
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(2003) Waterways, Wetlands and Drainage Guide: Water - An Important Natural Resource. (Christchurch City Council)
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Keywords: Bird species, birds, canterbury Plains, cutlure, drainage, ecology, fish, historical overview, invertebrate, Ngai Tahu, plants, recreation, rivers, surface water, The black map, urbanisation, waterways, waterways history, wetlands.
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Prystupa, Mark. (1998) Barriers and strategies to the development of co-management regimes in New Zealand: The case of Te Waihora. Human Organization. Vol. 57. #2. Page(s) 134-144.
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Keywords: co-management, joint management, lake Ellesmere, maori, Ngai Tahu, te Waihora.
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James, Bev. (1991) A Bicultural Partnership for Te Waihora (Lake Ellesmere): A Case Study in Management Planning. Science & Research Series. Vol. 41. #ISBN 0-478-01326-4. (Department of Conservation)
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Keywords: Department of Conservation, DOC, history, lake Ellesmere, lake uses, Ngai Tahu, partnership, perspective, resource management, runanga, te Waihora, Treaty of Waitangi.
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Jull, J. P. (1989) Traditional Maori Methods for Natural Resources Management in a Contemporary World: - Options and Implications for Te Waihora (Lake Ellesmere). Vol. Master of Science. Page(s) 78. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: historical overview, Lake Ellesmere, maori beliefs, maori management, natural systems, Ngai Tahu, Te Waihora, traditional management, traditions.
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