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AEBR 160 Changes to the food-web of the Hauraki Gulf during the period of human occupation: a mass-balance model approach.

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AEBR_160_2482_ZBD2005-05 NIW AEBR (Obj.4, MS.24, RR.6).pdf

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Abstract
This project developed five food-web models of the Hauraki Gulf describing how energy flows from primary producers, through lower and middle trophic levels to fish, benthic invertebrates, seabirds and marine mammals. The models represent 5 historical periods: the present day; 50 years ago (just before industrial-scale fishing); 220 years ago (before European whaling and sealing); 500 ago (pre-European Māori phase); and 1000 years ago (before humans arrived in New Zealand).

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Wednesday, 30 September 2015
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V 1.3
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Adobe PDF
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9.7 MB
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978-1-77665-051-4
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Wednesday, 30 September 2015

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Author: Beaumont, J.; Bradford-Grieve, J.; Francis, M.P.; Jones, E.; Lalas, C.; Lundquist, C.J.; MacDiarmid, A.; McKenzie, A.; Nodder, S.D.; Paul, L.; Pinkerton, M.H.; Stenton-Dozey, J.; Thompson, D.; Zeldis, J;
ResearchField: food web models; historical periods; primary producers;
ScienceStock: Biodiversity;

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