Rotorua Te Arawa Lakes Research Presentations
The University of Waikato and Bay of Plenty Regional Council invites you to attend an evening of presentations on research projects for the Rotorua Te Arawa Lakes.
The Rotorua Te Arawa Lakes Programme has a unique relationship with the University of Waikato with Bay of Plenty Regional Council sponsoring the Chair in Lakes Management and Restoration.
Come along and hear about some of the ground-breaking research undertaken to protect and restore our beautiful lakes.
Date: Wednesday 8 October 2014
Time: 6.00pm to 8.00pm
Presentations on the night will include:
Geochemistry on Rotorua Lakes by Dr Adam Hartland
Lake monitoring buoys by Chris McBride
Economics of lake restoration by Hannah Mueller
Connecting the forest health to water quality of Lake Okataina by Theordore Kpodonu
Making farming sustainable economically and environmentally by Dr Alison Dewes
Greenhouse gas emissions from lakes by Ari Santoso
Modelling the restoration of Lake Okaro by Ryan Mallet.
Please feel free to invite friends and colleagues.
To RSVP click here by Monday 6 October 2014 or contact Gloria Zamora on'
0800 884 880.
Bay of Plenty Regional Council - Lake Operations Manager