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A list of our latest publications from each science series.

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Science for Conservation Series

Latest publication March 2019

332. Risk-exposure assessment of Department of Conservation (DOC) coastal locations to flooding from the sea: a national risk assessment of DOC assets, archaeological sites, recreation functional locations, destinations and ecosystem and species management units vulnerable to coastal inundation and sea-level rise
By: Andrew Tait. Science for Conservation 332. 36 p. (PDF 5,828 K)

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DOC Research & Development Series

Latest publication October 2018

355. Weasel (Mustela nivalis) dynamics in South Island beech forests of the Maruia Valley
By: Darrell Haworth. DOC Research & Development Series 355. 25 p. (PDF, 3,703 K)

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New Zealand Threat Classification Series

Latest publication December 2018

28. Conservation status of New Zealand freshwater invertebrates, 2018
By: N. Grainger, J. Harding, T. Drinan, K. Collier, B. Smith, R. Death, T. Makan and J. Rolfe
New Zealand Threat Classification Series 28. 25 p. (PDF, 575K)

27. Conservation status of New Zealand indigenous lichens and lichenicolous fungi, 2018
By: Peter de Lange, Dan Blanchon, Allison Knight, John Elix, Robert Lücking, Kelly Frogley, Anna Harris, Jerry Cooper and Jeremy Rolfe
New Zealand Threat Classification Series 27. 64 p. (PDF, 786K)

26. Conservation status of New Zealand Onychophora (‘peripatus’ or velvet worm), 2018
By S. Trewick, R. Hitchmough, J. Rolfe and I. Stringer
New Zealand Threat Classification Series 26. 3 p. (PDF, 7969K)

25. Conservation status of New Zealand amphibians, 2017.
By Rhys J. Burns, Ben D. Bell, Amanda Haigh, Phillip Bishop, Luke Easton, Sally Wren, Jennifer Germano, Rodney A. Hitchmough, Jeremy R. Rolfe and Troy Makan
New Zealand Threat Classification Series 25. 7 p. (PDF, 8,279K)

24. Conservation status of New Zealand freshwater fishes, 2017.
By Nicholas R. Dunn, Richard M. Allibone, Gerard P. Closs, Shannan K. Crow, Bruno O. David, Jane M. Goodman, Marc Griffiths, Daniel C. Jack, Nicholas Ling, Jonathan M. Waters and Jeremy R. Rolfe. New Zealand Threat Classification Series 24. 11 p. (PDF, 7,374K)

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DOC Technical Series

Latest publication March 2015 

38. Protocols for the inventory and monitoring of populations of the endangered Australasian bittern (Botaurus poiciloptilus) in New Zealand. C. O’Donnell and E. Williams 2015. DOC Technical Series 38. 40 p. (PDF, 4,143K)

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Threatened Species Recovery Plans

Latest publication December 2018

64. Kiwi (Apteryx spp.) recovery plan 2018–2028. J. Germano, S. Barlow, I. Castro, R. Colbourne, M. Cox, C. Gillies, K. Hackwell, J. Harawira, M. Impey, A. Reuben, H. Robertson, J. Scrimgeour, W. Sporle, S. Yong. Threatened Species Recovery Plan 64. 64 p. (PDF 1,377K)

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Heritage Assessment Series

Latest publication December 2018

4. Otago Central Rail Trail: heritage assessment. Paul Mahoney. Heritage Assessment Series 4. 38p. (PDF, 2,577K)

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