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The biophysical regulation of methane oxidation by a Nothofagus forest soil
(Lincoln University, 2001)
Methane (CH₄) is an important greenhouse gas (GHG) whose tropospheric concentration has risen from approximately [0.80µℓℓ⁻¹] prior to the industrial revolution, to the present concentration of [1.72 µℓℓ⁻¹.] New Zealand ...
Chemical and mineralogical properties of a sequence of terrace soils near Reefton, New Zealand
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1975)
Changes brought about by chemical and physical weathering were investigated in a chronosequence of terrace soils near Reefton, New Zealand. The parent materials of the soil, which ranged in age from about 1000 to over ...
The status and determinants of intellectual capital disclosure in the annual reports of listed companies in New Zealand and Australia
(Lincoln University, 2004)
Over the past decade, industries the world over have witnessed the changing landscape of the global economy. The main resource in this new economy is knowledge and the latest stream of research into this area is intellectual ...
Financial management, inflation and the cost of capital : theory and New Zealand empirical evidence
(Lincoln University, 1996)
Inflation is inextricably intertwined with the key problem of financial management, namely the determination of the cost of capital. In the absence of the cost of capital, investment, financing and dividend decisions are ...
The potential of native damselflies (Odonata: Zygoptera) as bioindicators of insecticide contamination of freshwater
(Lincoln University, 1998)
This thesis investigated if and how New Zealand damselflies (Odonata: Zygoptera) could be used as bioindicators of insecticide contamination of freshwater. Two damselfly species are common throughout New Zealand: ...
Deciduousness in the New Zealand flora: Modelling the consequences of winter leaf loss for annual canopy carbon uptake
(Lincoln University, 2002)
This thesis investigates aspects of deciduousness in the native New Zealand tree flora by modelling the consequences of winter leaf loss on annual carbon uptake for two co-occurring tree species with contrasting leaf habit; ...
Women and recreation in Aotearoa/New Zealand : an annotated bibliography
(Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism., 1991-02)
Forms of soil phosphate in some genetically-related New Zealand soils
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1965)
Phosphate fertilisation of soils is essential for the maintenance of high levels of agricultural production. This is especially true in New Zealand, where repeated topdressings with superphosphate are essential for the ...
Investigations of soft rot fungi in timber in New Zealand
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1973)
The primary aim of the investigation was to identify the fungi throughout the country which were responsible for causing soft rot of timber and to determine their relative importance in terms of frequency of occurrence and ...
The deregulation of New Zealand agriculture : market intervention (1964-84) and free market readjustment (1984-90)
(Western Agricultural Economics Association, 1991-07)
The impacts of deregulation on New Zealand's agricultural sector are examined. Economic liberalization of all sectors of economic activity is the hallmark of current economic policy designs in New Zealand. This is in sharp ...