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    • Hydrology and stream sediments in a mountain catchment 

      Hayward, John A. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
      New Zealand attitudes to soil and water conservation have their origins in Europe and North America where legislation for the conservation of soil and water resources preceded research by 20 - 30 years. In the 1930's ...
    • Hydrology and stream sediments in a mountain catchment 

      Hayward, John A. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1980)
      New Zealand attitudes to soil and water conservation have their origins in Europe and North America where legislation for the conservation of soil and water resources preceded research by 20-30 years. In the 1930's and ...
    • The use of fractional acre plots to predict soil loss from a mountain catchment 

      Hayward, John A. (Lincoln College. New Zealand Agricultural Engineering Institute., 1969-06)
      In 1941 the Government passed the Soil Conservation and Rivers Control Act which set up Catchment Boards and Commissions to (inter alia) conserve soil resources and prevent damage by erosion. In view of the accepted ...
    • Vegetation and soil processes in a small mountain catchment 

      Brown, I. C. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1981)
      Variation in the soil pattern in a small first order catchment within the Torlesse Catchment, Porters Pass, was described. Both soil chemical and soil physical properties were recorded. The soils were described as Tekoa ...