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Water resource development for expanded irrigated agriculture on the Canterbury Plains
(Lincoln College. New Zealand Agricultural Engineering Institute., 1973-04)
Assuming the ultimate for intensive irrigated agriculture on all suitable land of the Canterbury Plains, estimated water requirements are compared with water resources in rivers and groundwater. Preliminary conclusions are ...
The permeability of riverbed sediment samples
(Lincoln College. Department of Agricultural Engineering., 1974-11)
The Canterbury Plain stretches roughly 120 km along the Pacific coast and from the eastern foothills of the Southern Alps, at some 300m elevation, it stretches roughly 60km to the coast. A depth of sediment of several ...
The groundwater resources of the Canterbury plains
(Lincoln College. New Zealand Agricultural Engineering Institute., 1974-05)
The N. Z. A. E. I. has a particular responsibility in undertaking research and development in the agricultural engineering aspects of water supply, irrigation and drainage, and into the development of water resources ...