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Analysis of long-term groundwater storage trends in the Wairau aquifer, New Zealand
The Wairau Aquifer covers a small proportion of the Wairau catchment in the Marlborough District of New Zealand just prior to the river discharging into the sea. The aquifer is almost exclusively recharged by surface water ...
Using stream flow and chemistry data to estimate catchment scale groundwater and nitrate fluxes
Groundwater is the dominant flow path carrying land surface recharge, including dissolved contaminants, to surface waters draining a catchment. The dominance of the groundwater pathway poses a challenge to management of ...
A framework for understanding the linkages between land and water quality impacts
(Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, 2017)
Different soils, landscapes and water pathways vary at a range of spatial and temporal scales in their propensity to yield, transport and attenuate contaminants. This affects a land's suitability t various types and ...
Quantifying river-groundwater interactions of New Zealand's gravel-bed rivers: The Wairau Plain
(Wiley on behalf of the National Ground Water Association, 2017-12-21)
New Zealand’s gravel-bed rivers have deposited coarse, highly conductive gravel aquifers that are predominantly fed by river water. Managing the groundwater resources is challenging because the recharge mechanisms in these ...