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Watershed management in New Zealand : status and research needs
(Lincoln College. Plant Science Department., 1965)
Nature has endowed New Zealand with unique geologic, climatic, and biotic conditions. Her volcanic cones and majestic Southern Alps and her verdant plains and rolling hills provide a landscape as rugged and beautiful as ...
The Waimakariri catchment; a study of some aspects of the present systems of land use, with recommendations for the future
(Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1967)
1. The Waimakariri River has been a constant threat to the Christchurch area. From the earliest days of settlement, river works have been carried out to control flooding, and the present value of these works now exceeds ...