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Research reports: coming soon

20 February 2018




Air quality, Demographics and society, Education and skills, Housing, Land use, Māori

Watch for these Auckland Council research reports coming soon. *Community* Cultural Values Assessments. Negotiating kāwanatanga and rangatiratanga through local government planning processes in Aotearoa, New Zealand: a review of the literature Survey of adult skills: results for Auckland *Environment* Auckland air emissions inventory 2016 – home heating Auckland air emissions inventory 2016 – industry  Auckland air emissions inventory 2016 – transport Auckland air emissions inventory 2016 – sea transport Central Waitematā Harbour ecology monitoring 2000-2017 Upper Waitematā Harbour ecology monitoring 2000-2017 Changes in indigenous ecosystems and the environment within the boundary of the Waitākere Ranges Heritage Area Act 2008: 2012-2017 report Kaipara Harbour ecological monitoring programme: report on data collected between October 2009 and January 2016, TR2017/021 LakeSPI assessment of 33 Auckland Lakes: 2017 update, TR2017/028 Probability of occurrence of acid sulphate soils in the Auckland region River water quality annual report 2016 The urban forest of Waitematā Local Board 2013, TR2017/006 *Housing* Airbnb and the Auckland housing market Exploitative landlord-tenant relationships in Auckland *Land use* Soil moisture monitoring in the Auckland region - programme establishment ***** Note: the reports are in review and final publishing checks with council manager approval.

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