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Smith, F M. (2012) Investigating Cyanotoxin Production by Benthic Freshwater Cyanobacteria in New Zealand. Chemistry. Vol. Doctor of Philosophy. Page(s) 232. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: algal bloom, benthic algae, benthic cyanobacteria, benthic cyanobacteria, benthic taxa, cyanobacteria, health risk, Lake Ellesmere, Lake Forsyth, nodularia, phormidium autumnale, sampling, scytonema, Selwyn River, surface water quality, taxonomy, The Groynes, Waimakariri River, water quality.

Hunt, Sarah Margarette. (2011) A Comparison of the performance of contrasting stormwater treatment systems, Ryelands Subdivision, Lincoln, Canterbury. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. Page(s) 90. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: Contaminant concentrations, contaminant loadings, Lincoln, performance, stormwater, stormwater treatment, stormwater treatment systems, Urban stormwater.
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Collins, Kathryn. (2011) Evaluating the effectiveness of riparian plantings on water quality: A case study of lowland streams in the Lake Ellesmere catchment. Department of Environment, Society and Design. Vol. Master of Resource S. Page(s) 109. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: bacteria, instream health, Lake Ellesmere, macroinvertebrate, monitoring, riparian, Riparian areas, Riparian buffer, Riparian management, Riparian margins, Riparian planting, riparian restoration, Riparian vegetation, samples, te Waihora, Waihora Ellesmere Trust, water quality.
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Fifield, R. L. (2011) Integrated stormwater management in the Avon River. Vol. Master of Landscape . (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: Avon river, benefits, ecosystems, Integrated management, retrofitting, stormwater, stormwater management, stormwater system, swales, wetlands.

Blackstock, Joshua Michael. (2011) Isotope study of moisture sources, recharge areas, and groundwater flow paths within the Christchurch Groundwater System. Geological Sciences. Vol. Master of Science. Page(s) 106. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Avon River springs, Canterbury plains aquifers, christchurch groundwater, Christchurch groundwater system, discharge, geochemistry, groundwater, groundwater flow, groundwater quantity, groundwater recharge, groundwater system, hydrogeology, infiltration, isotopes, potentiometric surface, precipitation, rainfall events, rainfall infiltration, recharge area, springs, stable isotope analyses, stable isotope hydrology, surface – groundwater interface, surface – groundwater relationship, water availability, water isotopologues, water use.
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Edwards, S. (2011) Regionally Dissected Temperature and Rainfall Models for the South Island of New Zealand. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. Page(s) 152. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: ARIMA, climate, future trends, modelling, patterns, Predictions, rainfall, rainfall trends, raw data, regions, regression equations, simulation, temperature, temperature trends, trends.
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Nazra, Aminath. (2011) Understanding the spread of riparian restoration in the Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere catchment. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. Page(s) 106. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: economic barriers, economic costs, lake Ellesmere, Lake Ellesmere catchment, riparian, Te Waihora, Waihora Ellesmere Trust.
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Stewart, Simon. (2011) Using Stable Isotopes to trace the sources and fates of nitrate within mixed land-use catchments on the Banks Peninsula New Zealand. Environmental Science. Vol. Master of Science in. Page(s) 191. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: agriculture, Banks Peninsula, Banks Peninsula catchment, broom, catchment, gorse, land use change, land use change, land use intensification, native regeneration, nitrogen, nitrogen cycling, nitrogen runoff, runoff, stable isotope, stable isotope analysis, streams.

Good, Joseph F. (2011) Water Quality Treatment and Hydraulic Efficacy of Laboratory and Field Rain Gardens. Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering. Vol. Master of Engineerin. Page(s) 160. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: christchurch, contamination, mitigation, rain gardens, stormwater runoff, urbanisation.
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Gray, D P. (2010) Ecological Connectivity in Braided Riverscapes. Biology. Vol. Doctor of Philosophy. Page(s) 288. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: biodiversity, biotic patterns, braided rivers, ecological connectivity, ecosystems, energy pathways, flow variability, food webs, habitat, invertebrate diversity, invertebrates, isotopes, physical patterns, Rakaia River, vertical connectivity, Waimakariri River.

Watkins, Matthew James McGuire. (2010) Nutrient trading: a viable solution to water quality management in Selwyn District?. Vol. Master of Environmen. Page(s) 60. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: economics, management, market based instruments, markets, nutrient enrichment, nutrient trading, nutrient trading programmes, nutrients, selwyn District, water quality.
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Creagh, Karen Kviberg. (2010) Value and price: a transdisciplinary approach to ecologically sustainable urban water management. School of Environment, Faculty of Science. Vol. Doctor of Philosophy. Page(s) 259. (The University of Auckland)
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Keywords: attitudes, Christchurch City, future management, perceptions, preferences, sustainable management, transdisciplinary appraoch, water management, Water metering, water price, willingness to pay.
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Anstey, Nicola. (2010) Water quality and environmental monitoring of the Avon and Heathcote Rivers. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: acidity, Avon River, baseline, Biochemical oxygen demand, biological parameters, Conductivity, discharge consent, discharges, dissolved Oxygen, dissolved reactive phosphorus, DRP, E coli, E. coli, faecal coliform concentrations, Heathcote River, long term patterns, long term trends, monitoring, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen, NNN, pollution, stormwater, suspended solids, temperature, turbidity, water quality, water quality parameters.
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Lim, Elena. (2009) A Risk Assessment of Northwest Christchurch Water Supply: Systematic Review of Lead Contaminants. Vol. Masters of Health Sc. Page(s) 102. (Canterbury University)
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Keywords: contaminant leaching, contamination, drinking water, health, health effects, leaching, Lead, lead leaching, lead poisoning, lead use, Northwest Christchurch water system, Pb, pipe corrosion, toxic contaminants, water reticulation, water reticulation systems.
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Samad, Shameer Sheik. (2007) An analysis of the impact of sea level rise on Lake Ellesmere - Te Waihora and the L2 drainage network, New Zealand. Civil Engineering. Vol. Master of Engineerin. Page(s) 181. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: climate change, drainage, groundwater abstraction, hydraulic analysis, hydrological characteristics, hydrological modelling, hydrological system, lake, lake Ellesmere, lake openings, modelling, sea level rise, simulation, surface runoff, surface water takes, Te Waihora, water balance, water balance analysis, water level, water level loggeres.
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Kilroy, Cathy. (2007) Diatom Communities in New Zealand subalpine mire pools: distribution, ecology and taxonomy of endemic and cosmopolitan taxa. School of Biological Sciences. Vol. Doctor of Philosophy. Page(s) 227. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Arthurs Pass, Bealey Spur, Bealey Spur Wetland, benthic diatoms, biodiversity, cosmopolitan taxa, diatom, diatom communities, diatom flora, ecology, environmental changes, freshwater diatom, macro-organisms, mire pools, peat-forming wetlands, sampling, species distribution, taxa, taxanomy, wetlands.
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Duncan, Cain. (2005) An investigation into zinc and suspended solids in urban stormwater and their effect on water quality in the Heathcote River. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: Contaminant loading, Heathcote river, sediment, sediment concentrations, stormwater, suspended solids, urban stormwater, water quality, zinc, zinc concentrations.
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Coombes, Elizabeth. (2005) Hydrology of the Kaputone Stream: a quantitative analysis. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. Page(s) 47. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: Christchurch, evaporation, groundwater, hydrology, Kaputone Stream, quantitative analysis, rainfall, recommendations, surface water, surface water, urban development, urbanisation, water flow, water levels, water quantity.
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Swager, J. D. (2004) Managing water resources for fighting wildland-urban / interface fires in New Zealand : a GIS-based approach to better management in the Port Hills of Christchurch. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. Page(s) 63. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: GIS, Port Hills fire fighting, primary fire extinguisher, Taylors Mistake, Water sources.
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Lough, Hilary. (2004) The Evaluation of Hydrogeological Parameters for Stream Depletion Assessments. Department of Civil Engineering. Vol. Master of Engineerin. Page(s) 281. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Doyleston Drain, drawdown, groundwater, groundwater abstraction, groundwater drawdown, modelling, Pumping, selwyn District, stream depletion effect, stream depletion impacts.

Meinzinger, Franziska. (2003) GIS-based site identification for the land application of wastewater: Christchurch City, New Zealand. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: Christchurch, Christchurch City, climate, economic viability, effluent, environmental values, feasibility, GIS, groundwater, land application, social environment, surface water, wastewater, wastewater land application, Wastewater Treatment, Wastewater treatment plant.
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Wong, V. H. C. (2003) Investigation of Slow Sand Filters for Rural Water Treatment within New Zealand. Civil Engineering. Vol. Masters of Engineeri. Page(s) 162. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: drinking water, slow sand filters, water quality, water treatment.

Lynch, P A. (2002) Microbial water quality of rivers used for contact recreation in the Canterbury Region. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. Page(s) 67. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: contact recreation, Contact recreation guideline, contamination, management, microbial water quality, Recreation, recreational use, Selwyn River, waimakariri River, water quality, water quality.
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Novis, P M. (2001) Ecology and Taxonomy of Alpine Algae, Mt Philistine, Arthur’s Pass National Park, New Zealand. Plant and Microbial Sciences. Vol. Doctor of Philosophy. Page(s) 273. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: algae, algal taxa, alpine algae, alpine basins, Arthur’s Pass, Arthur’s Pass National Park, ecology, Mt Philistine, Selwyn District Council, Snow algae, species distribution.

Ismail, Salim. (2000) Investigation of the Suitability of Aquatic Invertebrates as Biological Indicators for Detecting the Presence of Campylobacter Spp. In Recreational Water Supplies. Plant and Microbial Sciences. Vol. Master of Science in. Page(s) 241. (Canterbury University)
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Keywords: Avon River, Avon-Heathcote Estuary, bacterial indicators, birds, Bromley oxidation ponds, Campylobacter, Campylobacter Spp., Cockles, contaminant concentrations, drinking water, drinking water supplies, estuarine water, gastroenteritis, Groynes area, Heathcote River, marine mussels, Mudflat snails, recreational water, shellfish.

Plew, D. R. (2000) Transverse Velocities and Shear Stresses in River Bends. Vol. Master of Civil Engi. Page(s) 183. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Avon River, bed shear stress, bed stress, channel, channel bends, flow velocity, modelling, shear stress, stream bends, velocity profiles, Waimari Stream.

Evans, Christopher John. (1999) Effects of Irrigation on Groundwater Recharge between the Rakaia and Selwyn Rivers, Canterbury, New Zealand. Environmental Science (Civil Engineering). Vol. Master of Science wi. Page(s) 148. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Agricultural development, border dyke irrigaiton, canterbury groundwater, central plains, geological data, groundwater, groundwater quantity, groundwater recharge, irrigation, irrigation efficiency, irrigation recharge, land use intensification, rainfall recharge, Rakaia River, recharge depths, Selwyn river, spray irrigation, water infiltration, water table.

Kennedy, Martin R. (1999) Water policy beliefs and preferences. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: acceptability, artesian aquifers, beliefs, Christchurch Aquifers, groundwater, perspectives, policies, water policies.
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Craw, Jean. (1998) Community and social conflicts arising through implementation of the Resource Management Act (1991) : a case study of farm effluent disposal compliance problems and community effects within the Selwyn District. Vol. Master of Resource S. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: dairy farm, dairy farm effluent disposal, perspectives, Resource Management Act, Selwyn District, social effects, social environment.
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Sullivan, B J. (1998) Public perceptions of wetlands: implications for wetland conservation and management. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: perceptions, priorities, wetland conservation, wetland management, wetland restoration, wetlands.
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Scholes, Paul. (1997) Assessing Urban Nonpoint Source Water Pollution in Christchurch. Vol. Master of Resource S. Page(s) 187. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: biology, Christchurch waterways, contaminants, degradation, freshwater, heavy metals, non-point source discharges, non-point source pollution, Nutients, pollution, sediments, Urban waterway health, Urbanisation, zinc.
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Hayward, Jenny A. (1997) Distributional Ecology and Taxonomy of Benthic Algae of a Steam in Hinewai Reserve, Banks Peninsula. Department of Plant and Microbial Sciences. Vol. Master of Science. Page(s) 127. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: algae, algae presence, Aquatic ecology, artficial substrata, Banks Peninsula, benthic algae, community ecology, diatom, distribution, ecology, epilithic algae, epiphytic algae, hinewai reserve, microbe assessment, microbes, microbial science, Narbey Stream, species distribution, taxonomic analysis, taxonomy, water quality.

Rodrigo, Yvette. (1996) Algae and water quality: A survey of the filamentous algae in the Heathcote River. Department of Plant and Microbial Sciences. Vol. Master of Science (E. Page(s) 202. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: algae, algae concentration, algae monitoring, algae presence, environmental change, environmental change indicator, filamentous algae, floating mats, heathcote river, spatial distribution, temporal distribution, water quality, Woolston Cut.

Morland, K M. (1996) Development and Assessment of an Approach for Urban Riparian Restoration. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. Page(s) 230. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: Christchurch, frost, riparian, riparian vegetation, Riparian zone, slope instability, soil Moisture, soil pH, urban riparian zones, urbanisation.
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Mitchell, Rhonda. (1996) Sustainable management of the Christchurch-West Melton aquifers: an evaluation of cross-national comparative research. Department of Resource Management. Vol. Master of Science (R. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: Aquifer, Christchurch, geology, groundwater, groundwater aquifer, groundwater resources, groundwater use, hydrology, sustainability, sustainable management.
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Corboy, Craig. (1995) The Avon River: a recreational resource. Vol. Diploma of Parks and. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Avon River, history, recreation, recreational use.
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Anderson, B. (1994) Groundwater between the Selwyn and Rakaia Rivers, Canterbury, New Zealand: A Hydrogeological Modelling Study. Geography. Vol. Master of Science wi. Page(s) 285. (University of Otago)
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Keywords: aquifer structure, artificial aquifer recharge, artificial discharge, geology, groundwater, groundwater abstraction, groundwater recharge, hydrogeological investigations, inter-aquifer recharge, land use change, land use intensification, modelling, piezometric data, rainfall recharge, Rakaia catchment, Rakaia River, raw data, recharge, river characteristics, river-aquifer interaction, Selwyn catchment, Selwyn River, Selwyn-Rakaia groundwater, surface-groundwater interface, Transmissivity, water abstraction, water availability, water balance.

Smith, Vivienne. Ruth. (1992) The Paparua Landfill: Hydrogeological, Geophysical and Hydrogeochemical Investigations of Groundwater Contamination by Leachate, Christchurch, New Zealand. Vol. Doctor of Philosophy. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: geophysics, groundwater, groundwater quality, hydrogeology, landfill, landfill characteristics, landfill leaching, leaching, Paparua County Council Landfill, solid waste, unlined landfill, waste management.
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Welsh, Craig. (1991) A contingent valuation study of consumers' willingness to pay for water: an approach to conserving Christchurch's groundwater resource. Vol. Master of Science. Page(s) 79. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: aquifer, Canterbury Regional Council, Christchurch, Christchurch groundwater, consumption, demand, domestic water use, groundwater, groundwater management, inexhaustible, pricing mechanism, Resource, water price.
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Jull, J. P. (1989) Traditional Maori Methods for Natural Resources Management in a Contemporary World: - Options and Implications for Te Waihora (Lake Ellesmere). Vol. Master of Science. Page(s) 78. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: historical overview, Lake Ellesmere, maori beliefs, maori management, natural systems, Ngai Tahu, Te Waihora, traditional management, traditions.
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Asplin, Susan J.. (1989) Urban Wetlands. Vol. Diploma in Landscape. Page(s) 115. (Lincoln College)
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Keywords: sustainability, Travis Swamp, Travis Wetland, Urban waterway health, urban waterways, urban wetlands, wetland characteristics, wetlands.
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Dall, C T. (1987) Studies on faecal coliform bacteria in sediment of the Avon-Heathcote Estuary, Christchurch, New Zealand. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Avon-Heathcote Estuary, bacteria, bacteriological survey, estuaries, faecal coliform concentrations, sanitary bacteria, sediment, water quality.
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Pryor, R J. (1984) The Avon River: a recreation reserve for Christchurch. Vol. Diploma of Landscape. Page(s) 86. (Lincoln University)
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Keywords: Aesthetic, aesthetics, Avon - Heathcote Estuary, Avon Loop, Avon River, historical overview, history, kerrs Reach, land ownership, Public Access, Recreation, visual characteristics.
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Adams, Julia S. (1982) The Waimakariri riverbed changes in vegetation 1850 - 1982. Vol. Diploma of Landscape. Page(s) 98. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: flood mitigation, forestry, hydrology, land tenure, recreation, river control, riverbed, Riverbed vegetation, topography, trends, vegetation, waimakariri, waimakariri River.
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Stephenson, Robert. (1981) Aspects of the energetics of the cockle Chione (Austrovenus) stutchburyi in the Avon-Heathcote Estuary, Christchurch, New Zealand. Vol. Doctor of Philosophy. Page(s) 234. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Avon-Heathcote Estuary, benthic, benthic community, Chione (Austrovenus) stutchburyi, Chione stutchburyi, cockles, macrofaunal, stutchburyi.
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Hughey, Ken. (1980) Hydrological aspects of brown trout management in the Selwyn River system, Canterbury, New Zealand. Vol. Master Thesis. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: brown trout, hydrology, management, recreation, Selwyn River, trout.
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Teoh, B L. (1978) Land treatment of slaughterhouse effluent: some microbiological and chemical aspects. Vol. Master of Applied Sc. Page(s) 553. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Christchurch, disease, effluent, groundwater, groundwater, groundwater quality, recharge, recharge water, wastewater, water flow, water pollution, water quality.
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Zare, M. (1977) Infiltration and underflow near Halkett in the braided Waimakariri Riverbed, New Zealand. Vol. Master of Agricultur. Page(s) 85. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: groundwater, groundwater quantity, groundwater recharge, Infiltration, recharge, underflow.
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Yusoff, E. (1977) Reclamation assessment of Lake Ellesmere shorelands. Vol. Master of Agricultur. Page(s) 122. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: inflow, inundation, lake Ellesmere, lake level control, land reclamation, productivity, salinity, stock banks, Te Waihora.
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Souhangir, A. A. (1977) Water-Table Geometry and Related Groundwater Recharge near Halkett, Waimakariri River, New Zealand. Department of Agricultural Engineering. Vol. Master of Agricultur. Page(s) 80. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: aquifers, feeding, groundwater, groundwater recharge, Halkett, hydraulic analysis, hydraulic gradient, recharge, underflow, water table.
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Mulcock, C M. (1976) Bacteriological Studies of the Avon River, Christchurch, N.Z.. Joint Centre for Environmental Sciences: University of Canterbury and Lincoln College. Vol. Master of Science. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: animal pollution, Avon, Avon River, bacteria, baseline, faecal coliform concentrations, low flows, pollution, rainfall, rainfall intensities, runoff, salmonella, water quality, wet weather events.
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Robb, James A. (1975) An ecological study of the Bromley oxidation ponds and surrounding environs. Vol. Doctor of Philosophy. Page(s) 289. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Avon River, Avon-Heathcote Estuary, Bromley sewerage station, heathcote river, nutrients, oxidation ponds, oxidation ponds nutrients, patterns, ph, sewerage treatment plant.
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Marshall, John William. (1974) A biological investigation of the Leeston Drain, Canterbury, New Zealand. Vol. Master of Science in. Page(s) 219. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: benthic, benthic field study, Conductivity, dissolved Oxygen, Leeston, Leeston Drain, Nitrogen, ph, phosphorus, sodium, stream discharges, temperature, water flow.

Webb, B F. (1966) A study in the biology of the fish population of the Avon-Heathcote Estuary, Christchurch. Vol. Master of Science. Page(s) 413. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: Avon-Heathcote Estuary, estuarine, estuary, fish biology, fish biota, fish species, habitats, parasites.
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Thompson, Stephen. (1963) A Study of the Transportation of Gravel by Turbulent Water Flows. Vol. Master of Engineerin. Page(s) 161. (University of Canterbury)
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Keywords: sediment flow, sedimentation, transportation, turbid episodes, turbulent water flows, WAimakariri River.

Ross, J. A. (1954) The Physiography of the Selwyn River Catchment. Vol. Master of Arts and H. Page(s) 41. (Canterbury University College)
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Keywords: catchment characteristics, geology, glaciation, homogenous, landscape change, Landscape evolution, moraine, physiographic history, propositions, river course, river path, Selwyn catchment, Selwyn River, Selwyn River catchment, shingle fans, stream erosion.

Evans, L. (1950) The Ecology of the Ellesmere Lake Flats: a study of edaphic succession. Vol. Master of Agricultur. Page(s) 294. (Canterbury Agricultural College)
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Keywords: lake Ellesmere, marginal lake flats, plant communities, soil characteristics, soil conditions, Te waihora, vegetation.
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