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A study of microorganisms in soils of the Cragieburn Range
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1966)
The romance associated with mountain sports such as shooting and skiing, and the rigours of stock-management in the high-country, often clouds the fact that many mountain soils in the South Island of New Zealand are in a ...
Studies on the aerobic bacterial flora of a New Zealand tussock grassland soil
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1962)
The work described herein was best divided into 4 rather distinct parts. All are concerned with the aerobic bacterial flora of a single New Zealand grassland soil whose characteristics are described. The 4 parts deal ...
A management study of irrigation farming in the Ashburton-Lyndhurst scheme of Mid-Canterbury
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1965)
Throughout the world, irrigation is used to raise the productive capacity of the soil, where soil moisture is a limiting factor. Many irrigation areas can not achieve any production without the supplementation of soil ...
A chronosequence of soils and vegetation near the Franz Josef Glacier
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1963)
The recent rapid retreat of the Franz Josef Glacier in South Westland has produced extensive tracts of morainic debris, subsequently fashioned into a series of terraces of varying ages by the meandering Waiho River. These ...