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The origin and weed status of plants in Christchurch lawns
(Canterbury Botanical Society, 2005)
Christchurch, the second largest city in New Zealand, has varied natural environments including flood plains, sand dunes, wetlands, river banks, tidal estuaries and part of a volcanic crater rim (Christchurch City Council, ...
Improved nitrogen management with eco-n nitrification inhibitor : an example of "growing for good"
(New Zealand Large Herds Association, 2005-04)
The recent report by the New Zealand Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, called "Growing for Good", highlighted the adverse impacts that nitrate leaching can have on water quality. It called for a 'redesigning ...
A laboratory study of bacteria-facilitated cadmium transport in alluvial gravel aquifer media
(American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, 2005)
Colloids, including bacteria, can dramatically accelerate the transport of heavy metals in ground water. Batch and column experiments were conducted to investigate adsorption of cadmium (Cd) onto Bacillus subtilis spores ...
The role of wild deer in the epidemiology and management of bovine tuberculosis in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2005)
The eco-epidemiology of bovine tuberculosis (Tb) in wild deer (mainly red deer Cervus elaphus) in New Zealand was investigated. Bovine Tb is caused by Mycobacterium bovis. Specific aims were to clarify the likely routes ...