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Canterbury’s irrigation water resources
(South Island Dairy Event (SIDE)., 2003)
With 58% of all water allocated for consumptive use in New Zealand, and 70% of the nation’s irrigated land, Canterbury is already critically dependent on water resource development in the form of irrigation and stock ...
The high-tech sector in Canterbury : a study of its potential and constraints
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2003-08)
This research report was commissioned by New Zealand Trade and Industry to identify and assess factors that would enable high-tech industries in Canterbury to achieve their full potential. The research was comprised of two ...
Christchurch and Canterbury visitor profile and forecasts
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre., 2003-01)
The purpose of this project is to provide: information on the current performance of the visitor industry in Christchurch and Canterbury; information on particular markets including domestic, international, day visitor and ...
Education providers : a qualitative analysis of international student growth in Christchurch and Canterbury
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 2003-09)
This report presents an overview on the trends and growth rates of foreign fee-paying (FFP) student numbers in the Christchurch - Canterbury region in different institutional levels (primary schools, secondary schools, ...
The values associated with Maori-centred tourism in Canterbury
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2003-07)
The overall aim of this study was to analyse Maori tourism development in the Canterbury region according to values of Maori-centred tourism. The objectives to achieve this aim were to validate the relevance of the values ...
Predicting the likelihood of animal sodium deficiencies based on soil and herbage sodium concentrations : a dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Agricultural Science with Honours at Lincoln University
(Lincoln University, 2003)
Pasture plants are broadly classified as either natrophiles that preferentially accumulate sodium (Na) in the leaves, and natrophobes, which store Na in the lower stems and roots. Na has not been proven essential for growth ...