References and further reading
ANZECC (2000). Australian Water Quality Guidelines for Fresh and Marine Waters. Australia and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council (ANZECC).
Boothroyd, I and Stark, J. (2000). Use of invertebrates in monitoring. In: Collier, K.J.; Winterbourn, M.J. eds. New Zealand stream invertebrates: ecology and implications for management. New Zealand Limnological Society, Christchurch. Pp 344 – 373.
MfE (2003) Microbiological Water Quality Guidelines. Ministry for the Environment (MfE)
MfE (1994). Water Quality guidelines No. 2 – guidelines for the Management of Water Colour and Clarity. Ministry for the Environment (MfE).
Northland Regional Council (2007), Northland Habitat Assessment 2007. Northland Regional Council, Whangarei
Northland Regional Council (2011), Northland Annual River Water Quality Report 2009-10. Northland Regional Council, Whangarei.
Pfankuch, D.J. (1975). Stream reach inventory and channel stability evaluation. U.S.D.A Forest Service, Region 1, Missoula, Montana.
Pohe, Stephen (2011), Northland Macroinvertebrate Monitoring Programme 2011. Pohe Environmental for Northland Regional Council.
Quinn, J.M. and Hickey, C.W. (1990). Characterisation and classification of benthic invertebrate communities in 88 New Zealand rivers in relation to environmental factors. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 24:387 – 409.
Stark, J.D. (1985). A Macroinvertebrate Community Index of water quality for stony streams. Ministry of Works and Development, Water and Soil Miscellaneous Publication, No 87.
Stark, J.D.; Boothroyd, I.K.G.; Harding, J.S.; Maxted, J.R. and Scarsbrook, M.R. (2001). Protocols for sampling macroinvertebrates in wadeable streams. New Zealand Macroinvertebrate Working group Report No. 1. Prepared for the Ministry for the Environment. Sustainable Management Fund Project No. 5103, 57p.
Winterbourn, M.J.; Gregson, K.L.D. and Dolphin, C.H. (2000). Guide to the Aquatic Insects of New Zealand. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of New Zealand 13, 102p.