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Assessing the invertebrate fauna trajectories in remediation sites of Winstone Aggregates Hunua quarry in Auckland
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Department of Ecology, 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 ...
Development and testing indicators of restoration success: Punakaiki coastal restoration project
(Lincoln University. Department of Ecology, 2013-05)
The Punakaiki Coastal Restoration Project (PCRP) was established to restore sand plain forest to a landscape that had been previously mined and farmed. Over 100,000 trees have been planted to date. The site is adjacent to ...
Baseline survey for the Punakaiki Coastal Restoration Project
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Department of Ecology, 2012-04)
The purpose of the study was to collect baseline data relating to biodiversity on the restoration site,and in adjacent forest remnants. Biodiversity re-establishment in the restoration area was monitored and compared with ...
Pilot trials of secondary seed dispersal potential from tree weta frass by the endemic dung beetle, Saphobius edwardsi in the Punakaiki Coastal Restoration Project, New Zealand
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Agriculture & Life Sciences., 2016-01)
There has been little research to our knowledge on quantifying ecosystem functions such as potential secondary seed dispersal of endemic dung beetles in New Zealand, especially on the West Coast. The Punakaiki Coastal ...
An invertebrate survey of reserves, covenants and significant remnants of eastern Banks Peninsula in 2010-2011
(Lincoln University. Ecology Division, 2011-09)
Reserves, covenants and bush remnants of the eastern side of Banks Peninsula were surveyed for invertebrates including ground beetles (carabids), weevils, spiders, moths, earthworms and snails. Sixteen carabid species were ...