• An investigation into the reuse of organic waste produced by the New Zealand mussel industry

      Barnaby, Claire (Auckland University of Technology, 2004)
      Management of organic waste is a major problem for the New Zealand Mussel Industry. Currently most waste is discarded, and this represents a potential loss of both resources and revenue, unless an alternative use for this ...
    • Aquatic invertebrate fauna of Matapouri, Northland.

      Pohe, Stephen Robert (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      A study of the aquatic invertebrate communities from two locations (Location 1 and Location 2) within the Matapouri catchment in Northland, New Zealand, was conducted to assess community structure in differing local-scale ...
    • Benthic invertebrate assemblages and sediment characteristics

      Boyd, Sheree (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      Cold seep ecosystems in the deep sea are fuelled by chemosynthetic processes based on methane emission to the sediment surface from gas hydrate disassociation, methanogenesis or thermogenic processes. While cold seep ...
    • Heavy metal concentrations in the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas

      Perera, Percy (Auckland University of Technology, 2004)
      Heavy metals present in high concentrations in aquatic habitats are bioaccumulated within the tissues of intertidal organisms. The chemical analyses of animal tissues and sediments provide an indication of bioavailability ...
    • Nutrition and broodstock conditioning of the New Zealand Pipi, Paphies australis

      Mamat, Nawwar Z. (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      The New Zealand pipi, Paphies australis, occurs widely around the coast of New Zealand and belonging to the family Mesodesmatidae. Pipi form a part of the recreational bivalve fishery, and there is also an annual restriction ...