Water quantity and quality issues in Canterbury water
Oral presentation slides based on a talk given to the NZIA&HS, Lincoln University, 2014: (Having your cake and eating it too: balancing different land uses and their impacts (Or: Having your river & swimming in it too)). Paper to the ‘Canterbury Water –Are we doing enough?’ public forum; Southern Environment Trust, Hagley Oval Function Lounge, 18th March 2015.... [Show full abstract]
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Rennie, Hamish; Lomax, Adrienne J.The interface of traditional town planning and the “new” environmental planning is potentially problematic and this is especially apparent in the integrated and sustainable use of water resources in Canterbury. It is easy ...
Heiler, Terence David (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1981)For large areas of New Zealand that suffer from agricultural drought, the only practicable way of providing irrigation is through the use of water harvesting schemes that divert winter flood water in nearby streams into ...
McLellan, A. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1974)In development of forage and pasture crop management practices it is important to make effective use of the soil moisture in production of vegetative growth. Although irrigation in New Zealand is on the increase, there ...