Genomic diversity and connectivity of small giant clam (Tridacna maxima) populations across the Cook Islands
This report contributes preliminary results for a study of the genomic diversity and population connectivity of paua (small giant clam, Tridacna maxima) in the Cook Islands.
Islands used in this study include Manihiki, Palmerston, Aitutaki, Manuae, Takutea, Atiu, Mitiaro, Mauke, Rarotonga and Mangaia.
This research was commissioned by the Ministry of Marine Resources.
This report looks at plant genetic resources for traditional food production and consumption in Cook Islands. It was published in September 2008 by the Food and Agriculture Organization.
pdf of the Cook Islands 4th National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity 2011
pdf of the Cook Islands Wetlands Situations
Offshore Environment Tuna, Sharks and other targeted species Cook Islands
Data on renewable energy sources in Cook Islands.
Data on Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) including Greenhouse Gases
Census of Population and Dwellings Cook Islands
Global Forest Resources Assessment COUNTRY REPORTS for Cook Islands
RAROTONGA Cloud Forest Ecosystems Synthesis Report, Key Findings and Recommendations 2015
Cook Islands Biodiversity Strategy & Action Plan
Cook Islands National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
Report on Invasive Plant Species in Cook Islands
Surveys and Reports on Cook Island Turtles
Assessment Reports on Crabs in Cook Islands
Data on rats in Cook Islands
A Cook Islands Marine Park.. Vision: The worlds largest marine park, one million square km’s “Protecting what we own”
History, Oral traditions, Rarotongan records
A presentation by Imogen Pua Ingram (TE PA MATAIAPO) 2004 or older