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Mineral nitrogen regimes in soils of natural and modified snow tussock grasslands of Canterbury and Otago, New Zealand
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1983)
Mineral nitrogen (N) levels in natural grasslands of the world fluctuate in response to a range of environmental influences but are generally low with ammonium (NH₄-N) levels usually below 10 µg g⁻¹ soil and nitrate (NO₃-N) ...
Relationships between soil water retention and soil composition
(Lincoln University, 1991)
Relationships between soil water retention and physical composition have been examined in this study, using a database of two independent sets of soils from two regions in New Zealand: Canterbury in the South Island (Set ...
Phosphorus levels in topsoils under conifer plantations in Canterbury high country grasslands
(Lincoln University. Centre for Computing and Biometrics., 1996-09)
Land utilisation on Ashley Dene Farm : survey of work done 1937 to 1946
(Lincoln College., 1946-12)
The College property, Ashley Dene, consists of 878 acres, situated about seven miles South-west of the College itself. Over the last eight years, the property has been progressively developed. The purpose of this survey ...
Factors affecting the establishment, growth and survival of native woody plant communities on the Canterbury Plain, New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 1999)
The native plant communities of Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand have been severely modified and degraded and the Canterbury Plain (750,000 ha) retains few remnants of its original forest and other ecosystems. The ...
Use and perceived impact of recreation on the Port Hills of Canterbury with examples from Kennedy's Bush Scenic Reserve and Ahuriri Scenic Reserve: a dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of [Bachelor of] Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management with Honours at Lincoln University
(Lincoln University, 1999)
The Port Hills are a dominant feature of the landscape in Canterbury. They are also the closest hilly landform to Christchurch City and have extensive road and foot access. Thus recreational use can be expected to be high ...
Water and choice in Canterbury : review and assessment of research priorities for lower Rakaia and central plains irrigation planning
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1983-02)
This report presents the results of a multi-disciplinary research project funded by the Ministry of Works and Development to review and evaluate the economic, social and environmental impacts of developing the water ...
Investigations into the production of subterranean-clover pastures on Ashley Dene, 1939-1946
(Lincoln College., 1951-05)
This bulletin records the production of subterranean clover pastures under different fertiliser treatments. Measurements of production were made by means of the grazing animal. The trial was carried out over the years ...
The decision making of organic and conventional agricultural producers
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1996-06)
The main objective of this research was to describe and understand the decision making of organic and conventional farmers so that we could understand why, or why not, they grew organic products. Organic production was ...
Recreational substitutability and carrying capacity for the Rakaia and Waimakariri Rivers
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1983-12)
The Rakaia and Waimakariri Rivers are located close to each other in Canterbury; they have many of the same physical attributes and appear to offer similar recreational amenities. Both rivers have water right ...