Biota of New Zealand provides access to information about the fungi, land invertebrates, and plants that are found in, or are relevant to...
This database lists over 38,000 names, focusing on groups of insects, mites, other arthropods, and nematodes.
National Vegetation Survey is a world–leading repository for New Zealand’s plot–based vegetation data.
Ngā Tipu Aotearoa provides access to information on plant taxa that occur in New Zealand.
Ngā Rauropi Whakaoranga contains detailed information on how Māori use and have used New Zealand’s unique biota.
New Zealand Fungi and Bacteria provides access to Manaaki Whenua's fungal and microbial databases:
The Systematics Collections Data website provides access to specimen and culture data from our collections and databases.
Explore and analyse New Zealand land cover change over time.
Soil data at your fingertips. The Land Resource Information System (LRIS) is for mapping, querying and spatial analysis.
The National Soils Database Repository Viewer - view observations from the National Soils Database (NSD).
The New Zealand Soil Classification (NZSC) classifies New Zealand soils in a five level hierarchical structure.
An online atlas of our land resources. View interactive maps to learn about your local environment and regional differences.
Information and knowledge on Pacific soils, their health and uses. Regions include Fiji, Kiribati, Samoa, Tonga and Tuvalu.
SINDI (soil indicators) is a web-based tool designed to help you interpret the quality or health of a soil you have sampled.
S-map is a digital soil map of New Zealand. It’s the most comprehensive, quantitative soil information available.
The Manaaki Whenua Soils Portal is the home to descriptive and analytical information as it relates to our scientific research into soil ...
Whenua Maori Visualisation tool, using up-to-date environmental and land resource data.
The Manaaki Whenua DataStore is the general data catalogue and repository for Environmental Research Data.
Environmental data of Aotearoa New Zealand - all in one place