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Ecology of the naturalisation and geographic distribution of the non-indigenous seed plant species of New Zealand.
(Lincoln University, 2008)
The naturalisation and subsequent spread of non-indigenous plant species (NIPS) is a major problem for most regions of the world. Managing plant invasions requires greater understanding of factors that determine initial ...
Extreme ranges of groundwater level
(Lincoln Ventures Ltd., 2008)
Large natural variations in groundwater levels can be an issue for selecting the depth of new water well installations or for evaluation of health risk from land treatment of waste, especially when these variations occur ...
Adaptive management of groundwater in the Rakaia-Selwyn Groundwater Allocation Zone: technical and implementation issues
(Environment Canterbury., 2008-12)
This report recommends that a recharge-based groundwater management method be implemented. We describe a groundwater management method based on annual supply of recharge. The method varies the quantum of groundwater ...