Building trustworthy biodiversity indicators
To effectively track the state of New Zealand’s biodiversity, we need trusted and useful indicators. Our research explores how we can do this, using birds as a test case.
Highlighting recent project developments and results.
Learning how to develop indicators that people find useful and trust involves three research processes.
Working with a wide range of people and organisations.
Focusing on specific issues of interest to our research partners.
Demystifying key research issues.
Illustrating key issues and results.
Exploring and visualising bird data using interactive web applications.
Bringing together a wealth of knowledge gained from research on bird monitoring methods and approaches.