Watershed management : proceedings Part 1
Lincoln Papers in Water Resources Numbers 8 and 9 comprise papers presented at a Symposium on Watershed Management in Water Resources Development. The Symposium was sponsored by the New Zealand Association of Soil Conservators together with Lincoln College and was held at Lincoln College from 20th to 22nd August 1969. The volume 8 includes the full text of the following papers: P. E. Packer and W. A. Laycock - Watershed Management in the United States: Concepts and Principles, J. R. Burton - The Sensitivity of Streamflow Characteristics to Changes in Land Use, J. A. Hayward - Land Management for Soil Stability: Second Thoughts about some Erosion Problems in the South Island Hill and High Country, A. C. Archer - The Influence of Aspect upon the Alpine and Subalpine Ecosystems in the Twin Stream Catchment of the eastern Ben Ohau Range, T. N. O’Bryne – The Influcence of Rock Type and Relief on Water Supply in North Island Cretaceous Tertiary Hill Country, C. L. O’Loughlin – The Influnce of Snow on Stream Flow, P. J. Grant – Some Influences of Rainfall on Stream Flow and Land Management, J. Y. Morris – Forest Influences, J. G. Hughes – Is Pastoral Farming Compatible with Watershed Management?, A. F. Mark and Jennifer Rowley - Hydrological Effects in the First Two Years Following Modification of Snow Tussock Grassland, M. E. Yates and F. Scarf – The Effect of Modifying Cover Type by Man and Animals on Some Flow Characteristics in Some New Zealand Experimental Basins, I. R. Falconer – The Role of Small Structures for the Use and Control of Water.... [Show full abstract]
Keywordswatershed management; streamflow characteristics; land use; water yield; water quality; land management; soil stability; alpine ecosystems; water supply; pastoral farming; hydrological effects; water use; New Zealand
Fields of Research079901 Agricultural Hydrology (Drainage, Flooding, Irrigation, Quality, etc.); 040608 Surfacewater Hydrology; 050209 Natural Resource Management; 050302 Land Capability and Soil Degradation
TypeConference Contribution - Published (Conference Paper)
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