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October 9th, 2011
NIWA – New Climate Change Atlas for Ocean Real Estate

It maps out New Zealand’s resources within the EEZ, highlights climate change related issues, and shows how plants and animals in the area may respond to future changes facing New Zealand’s waters. This version of the atlas is a first look at what will become an interactive web-based tool. The atlas will simplify and collate information about climate change in the region. As it is developed it will give users the ability to customise and compile the necessary information to focus on particular questions. It can help frame discussion and inform policy makers about what is needed to reduce uncertainties on the future of the marine life in our EEZ. Read More