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Agriculture and Life Sciences series collections

Research Archive

Agriculture and Life Sciences series collections

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  • Curtis, K.; Bowie, M. H.; Barber, K.; Boyer, S.; Marris, J.; Patrick, B. (Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Department of Ecology, Lincoln Unviersity, 2016-04)
    This study monitored the invertebrates in restoration plantings in the Winstone Aggregates Hunua Quarry. This was to assess the re-establishment of invertebrates in the restoration planting sites and compare them with ...
  • Iles, J.; Bowie, M. H.; Johns, P.; Chinn, W. (Lincoln University. Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Department of Ecology, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2015)
    Three areas near Burkes Pass Scenic Reserve were surveyed for the presence of Hadramphus tuberculatus, a recently rediscovered endangered weevil. The reserve itself was resurveyed to expand on a 2005/2006 survey. Non-lethal ...
  • Bowie, M. H.; Smith, M. (Lincoln University. Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Ecology Department, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2013-07)
    The eastern side of Banks Peninsula was created by eruptions and subsequent erosion of the Akaroa volcano which was active between 9 and 8 million years ago. Banks Peninsula was completely forested but due to human settlement ...
  • Stokvis, E.; Bowie, M. H.; Barber, K.; Vink, C. J.; Marshall, B. (Lincoln University. Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Department of Ecology, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2015-05)
    In this study we surveyed Winstone Aggregates Hunua Quarry restoration plantings for invertebrates. We wanted to measure the restoration success and used an unplanted control site and a mature forest site in the same area ...
  • Ogilvie, S.; Ataria, J.; Waiwai, J.; Doherty, J.; Lambert, N.; Lambert, M. (Lincoln University. Soil, Plant & Ecological Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Christchurch, 2004)
    Research was undertaken for the Animal Health Board under Contract R-80620 "Iwi research on 1080 in plants of cultural importance" to Lincoln University, to determine the field uptake and persistence of 1080 in plants of ...

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