Moa’s Ark Research Contract Reports

Wotton DM 2018. Impacts of ungulate browsing on forest understorey recruitment in the Wainuiomata and Orongorongo water collection areas, Remutaka Range, Wellington. Moa’s Ark Research Contract Report 2018-02. Prepared for Greater Wellington Regional Council. 17 p.

Wotton DM 2018. Assessing the decline of ngā roimata o Tohe (Pimelea eremitica): research, monitoring and management recommendations. Moa’s Ark Research Contract Report 2018-01. Prepared for Department of Conservation. 17 p.

Wotton DM 2017. Forest growth and impacts of ungulate browsing on regeneration in the Hutt Water Collection Area, Tararua Range, 1974–2016. Moa’s Ark Research Contract Report 2017-01. Prepared for Greater Wellington Regional Council. 17 p.

Wotton DM 2015. Ordination analysis of Port Hills vegetation monitoring data 2003-2013. Moa’s Ark Research Contract Report 2015-01. Prepared for Environment Canterbury. 40 p.

Wotton DM 2014. Mammalian predator and native bird monitoring programmes for Kowhai Bush and Waimangarara Bush, Kaikoura. Moa’s Ark Research Contract Report 2014-02. Prepared for Environment Canterbury. 20 p.

Wotton DM 2014. Pest mammal impacts on native biodiversity at Kowhai Bush and Waimangarara Bush, Kaikoura: a literature review. Moa’s Ark Research Contract Report 2014-01. Prepared for Environment Canterbury. 14 p.

DOC Reports

Wotton DM & McAlpine KG 2013. Predicting native plant succession through woody weeds in New Zealand. DOC Research and Development Series 336. 28 p. pdf

Wotton DM & McAlpine KG 2012. Does environmental weed control achieve conservation gain? A literature review. DOC Research & Development Series 330. 33 p. pdf

McAlpine KG & Wotton DM 2012. Survival rates of Darwin’s barberry (Berberis darwinii) seedlings in mixed beech-broadleaf forest in New Zealand. DOC Research & Development Series 329. 8 p. pdf

McAlpine KG & Wotton DM 2009. Conservation and the delivery of ecosystem services: a literature review. Science for Conservation 295, Department of Conservation, Wellington. 81p. pdf