Hauraki Gulf

Gulf of Hauraki

The Hauraki Golf fishery and aquatic resources immerse, triggering the call for'change today' 1 NOW NEWS The sad state of the Hauraki Gulf in Auckland has been unveiled in a new account that stocks of fishery products and sea conditions have fallen dramatic. Those who work and play golf are held responsible for its continued worsening. "Today we need changes, because if we don't act now, we could be in difficulty in 20 or 30 years," said John Tregidga, president of the Hauraki Gulf Forum.

Hauraki Golf Forum will meet with the ministers next weekend in the hopes that it will make the much-needed changes.

New Hauraki Gulf Hindfast now available - MetOcean Solutions

A 2-dimensional Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) has been used to create the Hind-cast with a 250 metre spatial distribution that provides accurate mean sea level values for flows and elevations from 1989 to 2016. Hauraki Golf is exposed to storms caused by winds and air pressures. Low level sweepers over New Zealand can reinforce the tide and cause very low or high tide levels."

Hindcasting was compared with the height of a tidal stream on the island of Tiritiri Matangi.

The Hauraki Golf Forum | Waikato Regional Council

Hauraki Golf Forum published its State of the Environment Forum 2008 on June 3, 2008. Waikato Regional Council is strongly integrated into the Forum and is a key player in this work. Our coastlines and coastlines along the Thames and the Coromandel Peninsula clearly form part of the Hauraki Gulf.

Our catchment areas from the southern to the Waikato region also influence them. Founded under the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Act 2000 (external link), the Forum works to promote the integration of managers across the Gulf and its catchment areas. A major task of the Forum under the law is to produce a State of the Environment Report (SER) for the Hauraki Gulf.

For more information on the full text of the review, please read the abstract or read the full one. Below you can find the abstract and the complete article for download: Updated August edition of the Hauraki Gulf Forum Weaving the Strands Newsletters (external link) is now available online.

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