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Relationships between soil water retention and soil composition
(Lincoln University, 1991)
Relationships between soil water retention and physical composition have been examined in this study, using a database of two independent sets of soils from two regions in New Zealand: Canterbury in the South Island (Set ...
A solution to pollution: integrated pollution control under the Resource Management Act (1991)
(Lincoln University, 1993)
It is accepted that integrated pollution control is essential for the amelioration of pollution problems. The pollution situation in New Zealand has not been well addressed by past legislation as it has been controlled by ...
Phosphorus levels in topsoils under conifer plantations in Canterbury high country grasslands
(Lincoln University. Centre for Computing and Biometrics., 1996-09)
Restoration ecology in Canterbury: developing an integrated management approach
(Lincoln University, 1996)
This report aims to address problems associated with the conventional site specific approach used to manage ecological restoration in Canterbury. As recent Agenda 21 initiatives demonstrate, management of restoration ...
Investigation of flood risk & erosion mitigation on the Rangitata River at Klondyke
(Lincoln University, 1997)
Risks to operational integrity of the Rangitata Diversion Race (RDR) presented by bank erosion and extreme discharges in the Rangitata River are investigated. Specific investigations are confined to two locations within ...
Water conservation : a social belief : accounting for the influence of attitudes on water abstraction policy : a case study of Mid-Canterbury
(Lincoln University, 1995)
A combination of variable water resources, increased consumption and lack of anticipatory water abstraction policy has contributed to an increased occurrence of water shortages in New Zealand. Scarce water resources must ...
South Canterbury’s eels : towards bicultural management
(Lincoln University, 1994)
A preliminary proposal for bi-cultural management of the eel resource of South Canterbury, intended as a basis for negotiation with Maori, is developed after review of relevant information available from within the Pakeha ...
A study of some aspects of selection in Romney ram breeding flocks in Canterbury
(Lincoln University, 1990)
96 questionnaires were sent to Canterbury Romney ram breeders to assess selection practices in these ram breeding flocks. 87% of the 38 respondents were using a recording scheme and it can be assumed that some recording ...
Use and perceived impact of recreation on the Port Hills of Canterbury with examples from Kennedy's Bush Scenic Reserve and Ahuriri Scenic Reserve: a dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of [Bachelor of] Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management with Honours at Lincoln University
(Lincoln University, 1999)
The Port Hills are a dominant feature of the landscape in Canterbury. They are also the closest hilly landform to Christchurch City and have extensive road and foot access. Thus recreational use can be expected to be high ...
The decision making of organic and conventional agricultural producers
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1996-06)
The main objective of this research was to describe and understand the decision making of organic and conventional farmers so that we could understand why, or why not, they grew organic products. Organic production was ...