Research Archive

Theses and Dissertations with Restricted Access

Research Archive

Theses and Dissertations with Restricted Access

 

The electronic full-text versions of theses and dissertations in this collection are not publically viewable. In most cases the full-text is viewable only by current Lincoln University staff and students. See the item record of each thesis or dissertation for a description of access rights.

Students wishing to submit a thesis or dissertation should see the Depositing theses and dissertations guide.

Recent Submissions

  • Harris, A. J. (Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1955)
    Molybdenum is the most recent addition to the list of those elements essential for plant growth. Such insignificant amounts are required to give benefit on deficient areas that results from its application are truly amazing, ...
  • Ryan, R. J. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1986)
    Throughout history people have recognised the importance of the narrow strip of land immediately behind the land sea interface. The build their houses, villages, towns and cities within easy reach of the sea. Access to and ...
  • Daniel, D. J. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1987)
    The world trend is to recover costs for services and products provided by government. No longer is it a matter of what might be desirable in presenting and implementing agricultural policy – rather it is, what are the ...
  • Covacevich, N. (Lincoln University, 1991)
    Thirty environments resulting from the combination of five soil fertility regimes, three stocking rates and two grazing methods were imposed on multi-species mixtures overdrilled into hawkweed-dominated short tussock ...
  • Webb, T. H. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1976)
    Techniques were devised to map and describe the extremely variable soil pattern associated with moraines in the East Lake Pukaki Region. In such cases there arises a conflict between cost, utility, scale of mapping and ...

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