Sorrel A. O’Connell-Milne

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Within New Zealand, a group of bladed intertidal algae in the Bangiaceae family known as karengo is harvested entirely from wild stocks and is culturally important for Māori (New Zealand’s indigenous people) both as a food and historically for trade. To sustainably maintain this wild resource, it is important to optimise harvest strategies. Knowledge gained(More)
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