Coastal Restoration Trust Post-graduate Scholarship
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide funds to assist with an individual’s post-graduate level research to improve knowledge in the field of coastal restoration. The scholarship is usually $2,000 plus expenses to travel and present at the Coastal Restoration Trust Conference.
The deadline for the 2022 scholarship will be published here when available.
- 2021 Cassandra Newman, Auckland University of Technology
- 2020 Cate Ryan, Auckland University of Technology
- 2019 Boonyanuj (TK) Yukate, Lincoln University
- 2017 Aidan McLean, Victoria University, Histories and Mechanisms of Change in the Development of Shore Platforms at Kaikōura and Rodney, New Zealand: Application of Cosmogenic Nuclides and Numerical Modelling on Exposed Coastal Surfaces
- 2016 Johannes Fischer, Victoria University, South Georgian Diving Petrel/ Whenua Hou Diving Petrel: Nest selection, Artificial nests, New Species, Pest Control, Lizards and diving petrel burrow correlation, A tale of two taonga, Year-round offshore distribution, behaviour, and overlap with commercial fisheries
- 2015 Shane Orchard, University of Canterbury, Coastal & Marine Citizen Science in New Zealand, Development of a fine-scale salinity model for the Avon Heathcote Estuary Ihutai
- 2014 Michael Fake, Lincoln University, Unmanned Aerial System derived Multi-Spectral Imagery for the Monitoring of Coastal Dune Plant Communities
- 2013 Renee Johansen, University of Auckland, unformatted versions or abstracts: Scattered far and wide: A broadly distributed temperate dune grass finds familiar fungal root associates in its invasive range, A coastal sand dune in New Zealand reveals high arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity, A native and an invasive dune grass share similar, patchily distributed, root-associated fungal communities
- 2012 Susanne Krejcek, University of Wellington, Direct and indirect interactions of native and introduced species in coastal habitats