raw rainfall data collected in 2016
This is the annual report of the MEIDECC for the year 201`8 - 2019
This is the annual report of MEIDECC for the year 2019-2020
This report contain National Park for Eua
Ministry of Fisheries
Environmental conditions and anthropogenic impacts are key influences on ecological processes and associated ecosystem services. Effective management of Tonga’s marine ecosystems therefore depends on accurate and up-to-date knowledge of environmental and anthropogenic variables. Although many types of environmental and anthropogenic data are now available in global layers, they are often inaccessible to end users, particularly in developing countries with limited accessibility and analytical training.
the different measurements of coastline/beachline of Tonga
Includes the yearbook pdf and csv files derived from the tables in the yearbook.
Several GIS file types illustrating Tongan Coral reef geomorphic structure
Data originally produced by Millennium Coral Reef Mapping Project validated maps provided by the Institute for Marine Remote Sensing, University of South Florida (IMaRS/USF) and Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD, Centre de Nouméa), with support from NASA.
Data from the Tonga Meteorological Office.
10 year data series of :
i. Wind Speed
iii. Mean Temperature
Recorded Tropical cyclones that have crossed the vicinity of Tonga from 2015-2018
The overall objectives of the mangroves survey is conservation of biodiversity by means of sustainable used of mangroves ecosystem and natural resources. In supporting the objectives two primary objectives need to be address;
1. Collecting baseline data on mangrove and associated ecosystem at Koloa and Holeva and other sites as time permits
2. To develop mangroves species zoning using QGIS application and software along with GPS and using the Pacific Mangrove Monitoring Manual as a field guide and methodology.
Bill for an act to establish a national climate change fund for Tonga, to receive monies from national and international sources and to finance national projects which deal with climate change and climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Data on the consumption of petroleum products within each sector. Source: Energy Sector.
Snapper fishery catch data by species 2013-2017. Source: Fisheries Division.
Various Reports relating to the Population Census carried out by the Department of Statistics.
Inshore fishery catch data by region and fish family. Source: Fisheries Division.
In the mid 1990s the idea arose that coastal communities should be given powers to regulate fisheries in their nearby marine areas. That concept gained momentum and in the early 2000s a change in Tonga’s fisheries legislation allowed for fisheries management by local communities, through Special Management Areas (SMAs). Since that time the Fisheries Division has worked with coastal communities to establish 11 SMAs.
MEA icons for : SDG and Aichi targets