In this short piece from CGTN Europe’s Razor science programme, Dr. Andrew Jeffs and Emilee Benjamin from the University of Auckland talk about techniques used for mussel reef restoration in both the Hauraki Gulf and Marlborough.
University research vessel Te Kaihōpara joins mission to save Hauraki Gulf
Multi-million-dollar marine research vessel TeKaihōpara (The Explorer) is joining the campaign to revive a troubled and fast-changing Haura...
17 January, 2023
Removal of harmful nitrogen – another reason to ‘re-mussel the Gulf’
Scientists have been digging in to understand how kūtai / green-lipped mussels remove nitrogen as part of the nutrient cycle. The results a...
10 December, 2021
The science of restoring kūtai/mussels
In this video Dr. Jenny Hillman and Mallory Sea of the University of Auckland Marine Science Department talk about the science of mussel ree...
12 March, 2019