BoP Areas of Significant Conservation and Cultural Value Operative

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Areas of significant conservation (ASCVs) are taken from the Coastal Plan and are based on documents supplied by the Department of Conservation during the plan's formation. They are identified for their value as being: sub-tidal marine or estuarine habitat marine mammal habitat underwater landscapes geological features historical features areas important to endangered or nationally rare species areas important to wading birds, and migratory species. These sites have policy relating to them and are listed in Schedule Three of the Coastal Plan - Areas of Significant Conservation Value.

BoP Areas of Significant Conservation and Cultural Value Operative

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Sample Properties

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    • "Tuhua (Mayor Island)"
    • 47678.17929222653
    • 42749786.82290113
    • "{C9046D08-C9EC-4A51-8FC5-D0D65F440AFE}"
    • "Significant Conservation and Cultural Value"
    • "Tuhua (Mayor Island)"
    • "ASCV-2"
    • 1
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