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Editor’s Choice Collection

New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research

The diversity of aquatic environments in the southern continents and oceans is of worldwide interest to researchers and resource managers in research institutions, museums, and other centres. The New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research plays an important role in disseminating information on observational, experimental, theoretical and numerical research on the marine, estuarine and freshwater environments of the region.

We welcome submissions on all aspects of aquatic science in habitats ranging from lakes, streams and wetlands, to rocky shores, fjords and the open ocean.

The journal places particular emphasis on Australasia, South America, Antarctica, and the Pacific and Southern oceans.

The journal’s subject matter includes ecology, aquaculture and fisheries, genetics, biodiversity, bioinvasions, physical oceanography, limnology, hydrology, aquatic biotechnology, and aquatic chemistry.

Read a selection of articles chosen by the Editor

The following articles are free to view from this page until 31 October 2021. Simply click on your article(s) of choice for instant access today.

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            Professor Michael Baker MNZM @OtagoWellington raised public awareness to the value of science in human progress through science-informed commentary on the Covid-19 pandemic and other public health issues in Aotearoa. The Callaghan Medal was awarded to him last week. #RHA2022 https://t.co/709rZ6mdKY
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