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Assessing seawater intrusion vulnerability associated with sea level rise in Christchurch, New Zealand using GIS-based methods
(Lincoln University, 2018-07-03)
Seawater intrusion (SWI) is the landward movement of the seawater-freshwater interface in coastal aquifers. Causes of SWI include groundwater pumping, sea level rise, reduced recharge and land drainage. Christchurch aquifers ...
Why do good? Understanding the role of farmers' norms and beliefs as predictors of adoption of good management practice in Southland
(Lincoln University, 2018)
This research investigates how farmers' norms and beliefs predict adoption of 10 farm specific good management practices (GMPs) for improved water quality in Southland. These GMPs are components of Environment Southland's ...