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Modelling of energy consumption in wheat production using neural networks: case study in Canterbury province, New Zealand
(World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2010)
An artificial neural network (ANN) approach was used to model the energy consumption of wheat production. This study was conducted over 35,300 hectares of irrigated and dry land wheat fields in Canterbury in the 2007-2008 ...
Canterbury youth and outdoor recreation: An investigation of youth group leaders' perspectives on recreation opportunities on Banks Peninsula
(Lincoln University, 2015-05)
In the summer of 2014-2015, Lincoln University, in conjunction with the Rod Donald Banks Peninsula Trust and Department of Conservation, undertook research to explore the use of the Banks Peninsula walkways among youth ...
Invertebrate diversity and abundance in ten Port Hills reserves, Canterbury
(Lincoln University. Soil, Plant & Ecological Sciences Division., 2004-06)
Comparative ecology of two Oligosoma skinks in coastal Canterbury: a contrast with Central Otago
(New Zealand Ecological Society., 1997)
Baited pitfall traps were used to sample Oligosoma maccanni and Oligosoma nigriplantare polychroma at Birdlings Flat, on Kaitorete Spit, Canterbury, New Zealand. The two species of skink showed distinctive patterns of ...
A comparison of historical and paleoseismicity in a newly formed fault zone and a mature fault zone, North Canterbury, New Zealand
(American Geophysical Union, 1996-03)
The timing of large Holocene prehistoric earthquakes is determined by dated surface ruptures and landslides at the edge of the Australia-Pacific plate boundary zone in North Canterbury, New Zealand. Collectively, these ...
A comparative measurement of in vitro digestibility and volatile fatty acids from Nui/white clover and Matua/white clover grass swards
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1985)
Pasture yield and In Vitro Digestibilities (IVD) were measured for Matua/white clover and Nui/white clover swards growing in Canterbury. Samples were collected at two weekly intervals over 10 different periods of regrowth ...
A study of seasonal changes in serum levels of reproductive hormones, semen production and libido in stallions located in Canterbury, New Zealand
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
In a preliminary study of seasonal reproductive changes in stallions, four blood samples per week were collected on three separate days from each of four standardbred and two pony stallions for ten consecutive months. Each ...
Irrigation in Canterbury
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1939)
During the past, irrigation in New Zealand has been practised to a very limited extent and until the completion of the Redcliff and Levels Schemes was confined solely to Central Otago where an area of some 68,000 acres has ...
The landforms of the Christchurch lowland
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1989)
Long before European occupation, the main landforms of the Christchurch lowland were coastal sandhills, swamps, river fans and terraces. These landforms were all part of a broad flood plain formed by the Waimakariri as ...