In the Spring 2021 edition there is a feature on the Fiordland Marine Guardians; introducing our new look website; and read about how NZ boating clubs are developing standards on environmental responsibility.
In the Winter 2021 edition you can find out about new ways to keep marine pests at bay; Cawthron bilge water project; a fanworm find in Picton Marina; what Auckland is doing to step up control of marine pests; how the anti-fouling workshop went that was held in Nelson; and we’re looking for your feedback on biosecurity matters.
In the Summer edition read about what happened in our Summer biosecurity survey in the top of the south, as well as the Summer dive surveillance carried out by Marlborough District Council; find out about the Biosecurity Toolbox research programme, and a joint TOS fanworm programme. There is also a guide for using the new interactive data on our website.
In the spring edition of the TOS Marine Biosecurity Partnership newsletter there is a report on fanworm surveillance in the TOS, results of a Cawthron study on Mediterranean fanworm, and encouraging news from New Zealand's two biggest harbours. We are also happy to report that our anti-fouling workshops are back on track after being postponed due to Covid-19. We have three workshops scheduled for Wellington in November, and there will be further workshops in the Top of the South that are to be confirmed.