Cultural Health Index scores for a waterway is a combination measure of historical cultural use and access, mahinga kai assessment, and water quality assessment from a cultural perspective of a site on a waterway.
The Cultural Health Index scores compile this information into a classification system to provide an overall grading of the state of a site and how the state of a site on a waterway affects the mauri, the ability for tangata whenua to feed the hapu and iwi and the overall water quality for the site. These are all important indicators of the cultural health of a waterway, and are also a consideration for other cultural and recreational activities like karakia, cleansing, swimming and wading.
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|1.||Data quality for Cultural Health Index scores for waterways||204 KB||
|Category||Environmental Reporting > Freshwater > Culture and recreation|
|Tags||Our fresh water 2017|
|Columns||site_name, catchment_name, catchment_area, sub_region, region, visit_test_date, chi_score, site_status, return, mahinga_kai, stream_health, cultural_score_rank, cultural_score_rating, lat, long, sh_test, catch_land_use, riparian_vegetation, margin_use, bed_condition, channel_modification, water_quality, water_clarity, flow_hab_variety, river_health, combo_test, of_sh_score_with_code_rating, code_rating, reference_report, site_status_translated, return_translated|
|Services||Web Feature Service (WFS), Catalog Service (CS-W), data.govt.nz Atom Feed|
|Added||25 Apr 2017|
|Revisions||3 - Browse all revisions|
|Current revision||Imported on April 25, 2017 from CSV .|