Programme outputs

The Wheel of Water research programme looks at collaborative decision making for setting water quality and quantity limits in New Zealand. The project supports integrated decision making and processes that take into account environmental, economic, social and cultural implications at the catchment scale.

Reports

Allen, W.J; Fenemor, A.D.; Wood, D. (2012). Effective indicators for freshwater management: attributes and frameworks for development. Landcare Research report for Aqualinc ‘Wheel of Water’ research programme. 50pp.

Fraser, C., Fenemor, A., Turner, J., Allen, W. (2014) The Wheel of Water Research Programme: Designing collaborative catchment decision-making processes using a WaterWheel– reflections from two case studies, MBIE, C1205601. Aqualinc Research Limited. 96 pp.

Guenther, M., Saunders, C., Rutherford, P., Tail, P. (2013) Agricultural expenditure flows from Selwyn and Waimakarariri districts into Christchurch, AERU report for Aqualinc ‘Wheel of Water’ research programme. 68pp.

Nelson, K. D., Tipa, G.T. (2012) Cultural Indicators, Monitoring Frameworks and Assessment Tools. DRAFT. Report for Aqualinc ‘Wheel of Water’ research programme. 63pp.

Tipa, G.T. (2012) A cultural perspective on Ostrom’s predictors of collective actions. DRAFT. Tipa and Associates Ltd report for Aqualinc ‘Wheel of Water’ research programme. 115pp.

Conferences/Presentations/Dissemination

Fenemor, A (2011) Innovative tools for water management. Landcare research Newsletter<LINK6>

Fraser, C., Snelder, T., Norton, N., Bright, J. (2013) Exploring Limits using integrated modelling and the wheel of water graphic, New Zealand Hydrological Society Conference, Palmerston North

Snelder, T. (2012) The role of science in setting limits, New Zealand Hydrological Society Conference, Nelson

Snelder, T., Fraser, C., Bright, J. (2013), The ‘Water Wheel’ – a tool for exploring the balance between economic and environmental outcomes,  In: Accurate and efficient use of nutrients on farms. (Eds L.D. Currie and C L. Christensen). http://flrc.massey.ac.nz/publications.html. Occasional Report No. 26. Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. 13 pages.

WaterWheel applications in other projects

Fraser, C., Brown, P., Snelder T. (2013) Consequences of Options for Surface Water Allocation Limits- Kaituna Zone. Report prepared by Aqualinc Research Ltd for Environment Canterbury. Report number C13041/03. pp 45

Fraser, C., Snelder T. (2013) Consequences of Options for Surface Water Allocation Limits- South Canterbury Coastal Streams. Report prepared by Aqualinc Research Ltd for Environment Canterbury. Report number C13066/03. pp 72

Peer reviewed journal articles

Snelder, T. H., Booker, D. J. , Quinn, J. M., Kilroy, C. (2014)  predicting periphyton cover frequency distributions across New Zealand’s rivers. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 50(1): 111-127. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12120

Snelder, T. H., Rouse, H. L., Franklin, P. A., Booker, D. J., Norton, N. Diettrich, J. (2013): The role of science in setting water resource use limits: a case study from New Zealand, Hydrological Sciences Journal, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2013.793799.

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