Hauraki Gulf Monitoring Project

Foundation North provided the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education (NZAEE) with funding in 2017 for a citizen science seashore montoiroing programme in the Hauraki Gulf, Auckland using the Marine Metre Squared project as an extension of Seaweek 2017 into place-based action.

The Hauraki Gulf Monitoring Project (HGMP) is now entering its fourth year and we would love you to be involved! Email us at marinemetresquared@gmail.com to find out more information. You can also read through the reports prepared by the NZAEE below or have a look at some of the discoveries made by students involved in the HGMP under our 'Community Stories' section

Annual reports on the progress of the Hauraki Gulf Monitoring Project (HGMP) Te Atatū Intermediate students who participated in 2020 made a short video about their experiences with the HGMP
Hauraki Gulf Monitoring Project Summary Report (2017-2020) Resources for the HGMP
Read about some stories from the HGMP under our 'Community Stories' tab
Discoveries on Tindalls Beach

Get inspired by students from Wentworth College who had found numerous interesting creatures at their local shore this year!

Spengler's Trumpet Snail (Cabestana spengleri)

What is this snail? We had to ask the online community for their help

Oyster Borer Eggs

A Golden Snitch?

Check out what the Colville Harbour Care group found on their shore.

About Us

The Marine Metre Squared website, mm2.net.nz, is a citizen-science project and is owned and managed by the NZ Marine Studies Centre, University of Otago. Content is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial–ShareAlike license, unless otherwise stated.