Freely downloadable reports

  • Bergin, D.O., 2008. Performance of Indigenous Species Three Years After Planting on a Backdune, Ohiwa Spit, Eastern Bay of Plenty. Environmental Restoration Ltd Contract Report ERL08/02, 24pp. Download Report [2.3 MB]
  • Bergin, D.O., 2008. Establishment of the Indigenous Sand Binder Spinifex /(Spinifex Sericeus)/ Along the Sand Dunes of Christchurch. Environmental Restoration Ltd Contract Report ERL08/03, 27pp. Download Report [2.1 MB]
  • Performance of indigenous sand-binders planted on a reshaped foredune at Oakura Beach, New Plymouth, David Bergin, Elizabeth Miller, Ensis, Rotorua; John Leslie, Paul Jamieson, New Plymouth District Council. Download Report [2.4 MB]
  • Hesp, Patrick A., Hilton, Michael J., 2013. Restoration of Foredunes and Transgressive Dunefields: Case Studies from New Zealand. 26pp. Download Report [2.3 MB]

Coastal Dune Vegetation Network Bulletins

The following series of Bulletins was produced by the Coastal Dune Vegetation Network (predecessor to the Coastal Restoration Trust) in collaboration with SCION. The bulletins are now available in digital form for free at this site:

http://cdm20044.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/landingpage/collection/p20044coll6

  • CDVN Technical Bulletin No. 1. Pingao on Coastal Sand Dunes: Guidelines for Seed Collection, Propagation and Establishment.
  • CDVN Technical Bulletin No. 2. Spinifex on Coastal Sand Dunes: Guidelines for Seed Collection, Propagation and Establishment.
  • CDVN Technical Bulletin No. 3. Sand Tussock on Coastal Sand Dunes: Guidelines for Seed Collection, Propagation and Establishment.
  • CDVN Technical Bulletin No. 4. Coastal Sand Dunes: Form and Function.
  • CDVN Technical Bulletin No. 5. Marram Grass:Friend or Foe.
  • CDVN Technical Bulletin No. 6. Measuring Success.