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Annual report 2011-2012

at 57 sites in 25 rivers and streams. The Hangatahua (Stony) River was selected as a river with high conservation value and the Maketawa Stream was identified in the Regional Freshwater Plan for its regionally important recreational value. The Waitara, Manganui, Patea, Waiwhakaiho and the Mangaehu Rivers were chosen as examples of waterways with large catchments and multiple human impacts. The Waingongoro River was included in the programme as a river under intensive usage with more recent

Annual report 2012-2013

2012-2013 monitoring year. Biological surveys were performed in spring (October 2012 through to November 2012) and summer (February to early March 2013), during a late summer low flow period. Each seasonal survey assessed the macroinvertebrate communities at 57 sites in 25 rivers and streams. The Hangatahua (Stony) River was selected as a river with high conservation value and the Maketawa Stream was identified in the Regional Freshwater Plan for its regionally important recreational value. The Waitara,

Annual report 2014-2015

at 57 sites in 25 rivers and streams. The Hangatahua (Stony) River was selected as a river with high conservation value and the Maketawa Stream was identified in the Regional Freshwater Plan for its regionally important recreational value. The Waitara, Manganui, Patea, Waiwhakaiho and the Mangaehu Rivers were chosen as examples of waterways with large catchments and multiple human impacts. The Waingongoro River was included in the programme as a river under intensive usage with more recent

Annual report 2010-2011

was identified in the Regional Freshwater Plan for its regionally important recreational value. The Waitara, Manganui, Patea, Waiwhakaiho and the Mangaehu Rivers were chosen as examples of waterways with large catchments and multiple human impacts. The Waingongoro River was included in the programme as a river under intensive usage and the Waiongana Stream as a stream from which there is a major water abstraction. The Timaru, Mangaoraka, Waiokura (added in 2007) and Punehu Streams were

Annual report 2009-2010

value and the Maketawa Stream was identified in the Regional Freshwater Plan for its regionally important recreational value. The Waitara, Manganui, Patea, Waiwhakaiho and the Mangaehu Rivers were chosen as examples of waterways with large catchments and multiple human impacts. The Waingongoro River was included in the programme as a river under intensive usage and the Waiongana Stream as a stream from which there is a major water abstraction. The Timaru, Mangaoraka, Waiokura (added in 2007)

Annual report 2013-2014

selected as a river with high conservation value and the Maketawa Stream was identified in the Regional Freshwater Plan for its regionally important recreational value. The Waitara, Manganui, Patea, Waiwhakaiho and the Mangaehu Rivers were chosen as examples of waterways with large catchments and multiple human impacts. The Waingongoro River was included in the programme as a river under intensive usage with more recent wastes diversions out of the river, and the Waiongana Stream as a stream from

Annual report 2015-2016

and in the lower Whenuakura River, because of the need for the Council put in place adequate representative monitoring of the region’s proposed Freshwater Management Units (as required by the National Policy Statement on Fresh Water). The Hangatahua (Stony) River was selected as a river with high conservation value and the Maketawa Stream was selected having been identified in the Regional Freshwater Plan for its regionally important recreational value. The Waitara, Manganui, Patea,