Beach life survey, Dunedin Te rūri i te takutai, Ōtepoti

How much life is there in one square metre of sand? The New Zealand Marine Studies Centre at the University of Otago is encouraging people to participate in long-term monitoring of their marine environment – the Marine Metre Squared.

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E hia ngā koiora i te mita pūrua o te kirikiri? Kei te akiaki te New Zealand Marine Studies Centre ki Te Whare Wānaka o Otāgo i ngā tāngata ki te kuhu atu ki tētahi arotake tūroa mō te moana, arā, ko Marine Metre Squared.

Marine Metre Squared is an easy way for anyone to survey the plants and animals living on their local seashore.

Make a difference

See people getting hands-on to help our coasts and oceans.

Grab your phone and volunteer for a nature project near you: tepapa.nz/collaborate

This project is part of Te Taiao | Nature at Te Papa.

He ara māmā tēnei e taea ai e ngā tāngata katoa te mātai i ngā tipu me ngā kararehe e noho ana i ngā takutai o ō rātou rohe.

Me kaitiaki

Tirohia ngā tāngata e whakamāui ake ana i te takutai me te moana.

Tīkina tō waea, tīpakohia tētahi kaupapa taiao e pātata ana ki a koe. 
tepapa.nz/collaborate tepapa.nz/collaborate

Ko tenei kaupapa he waahanga no Te Taiao | Nature i Te Papa.