DOC Ecosystem Management Units

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Ecosystem Management Units are places identified as important for management because of the types and condition of the ecosystems and species there. They are usually quite large and often include groups of related ecosystems, which are managed together. Many also include threatened species. As a Government agency, DOC is focused on managing for outcomes. The first outcome (1) is: The diversity of our natural heritage is maintained and restored. Six objectives sit under this outcome specifying where effort will be directed (1.1 - 1.6). Ecosystem management units fall under objective 1.1 A full range of New Zealand's ecosystems is conserved to a healthy functioning state. More on DOC's intermediate outcomes More on DOC's natural heritage outcome objectives

DOC Ecosystem Management Units

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    • 1434
    • 300003
    • "Complete catchment straddling alpine fault with conifer-broadleaved, conifer-broadleaved-beech, beech and treeline Hoheria forests, valley-floor wetlands and primary successions, and high quality lakes."
    • 813
    • 205082196.513184
    • 229556.263384541
    • "Moeraki"
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