The information in the dynamic dashboard and explainer videos developed by Te Weu Tairāwhiti have used a number of research reports as the basis for the estimates of impacts, risks, benefits and challenges associated with different climate change, land use, market and biodiversity scenarios. This list includes most of those studies and reports:
- Trust Tairāwhiti & BDO Gisborne (2021) – Impacts of permanent carbon farming in Tairāwhiti
- NIWA (2020) – Climate change projections and impacts for Tairāwhiti and Hawke’s Bay
- Climate Change Commission (2022) – Ināia tonu nei: a low emissions future for Aotearoa. Advice to the New Zealand Government on its first three emissions budgets and direction for its emissions reduction plan 2022 – 2025
- Te Uru Rākau & Dr Adam Forbes (2021) – Transitioning Exotic Plantations to Native Forests: A Report on the State of Knowledge
- Brockerhoff, E. G., Jactel, H., Parrotta, J. A., Quine, C. P., & Sayer, J. (2008). Plantation forests and biodiversity: oxymoron or opportunity?. Biodiversity and Conservation, 17(5), 925-951.
- Pawson, S. M., Ecroyd, C. E., Seaton, R., Shaw, W. B., & Brockerhoff, E. G. (2010). New Zealand’s exotic plantation forests as habitats for threatened indigenous species. New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 342-355.