Science Stocktake

  • Understanding the Disease
  • Mātauranga Māori
  • Surveillance, Detection, Diagnostics and Pathways
  • Controlling the Disease
  • Decision Support
  • Social Science 

 

For a full comprehensive list of all known kauri dieback research please click on the link below:
https://data.bioheritage.nz/dataset/kauri-dieback-science-stocktake

Latest Reports

What have we acheived since 2009 and where do we need to go?

A review of operational research undertaken by the Kauri Dieback Programme (and related research) since January 2009 was conducted. Understanding the current state of programme-funded research as well as what areas we need to further invest in are outlined. This document provides a good insight into the work the programme has done to date as well as identifying gaps in our knowledge.

Link to Report

Temperature kills the kauri dieback pathogen.
Our research is complete and it shows that moderately high temperatures can kill P. agathidicida.

Link to Final Report


The success of this research has enabled us to develop heat treatment protocols.

Best Practice Guideline

An engagement framework in working with mana whenua

A Kawanga Engagement Framework has been developed that will assist western research scientists, government officials and consultants to engage with mana whenua. In addtion, a number of rongoa have been identified that are expected to benefit kauri.

Link To Final Report

A baseline methodology to enable us to measure success

What is a case definition? How do we measure it? What does this mean in terms of decision making for kauri dieback management and how do we use this to measure success?

Link to Final Report 

Understanding the Disease

MĀTAURANGA MĀORI

Surveillance, Detection, Diagnostics and Pathways

Controlling the Disease

Decision Support

Social Science