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Close, M E, Leonard, M M, Lin, S, Webber, J B, Williamson, Wendy. (2012) Groundwater Biofilm Dynamics Grown In Situ Along a Nutrient Gradient. Ground Water. Vol. 50. #5. Page(s) 690-703.
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Keywords: biofilm Quality, biofilms, groundwater, groundwater biofilms, nutrient concentration, nutrient gradient, nutrients, Selwyn River.

Kerr, G. N, Swaffield, Simon. (2012) Identifying Cultural Service Values of a Small River in the Agricultural Landscape of Canterbury, New Zealand, Using Combined Methods. Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal. Vol. 25. #12. Page(s) 1330-1339.
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Keywords: Aesthetic, aesthetic values, Agricultural development, agriculture, choice experiment, cultural service, ecosystem service, habitat, intensive agriculture, irrigation, land use change, land use intensification, lower selwyn River, management, Q method, recreation, Selwyn River, spirit recreational values, spiritual values, value, values.
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Crow, Shannon, Jellyman, Don, Robinson, P. (2012) Impacts of longfin eels (Anguilla dieffenbachii) on the behaviour of common bullies (Gobiomorphus cotidianus) held in captivity. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. Vol. 21. Page(s) 57-63.
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Keywords: common bullies, ecology, longfin eels, Selwyn River, Styx River.
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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.

Drake, D. C. (2011) Invasive legumes fix N2 at high rates in riparian areas of an N-saturated, agricultural catchment. Journal of Ecology. Vol. 99. Page(s) 515-523.
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Keywords: agriculture, broom, gorse, nitrate, nitrogen, nitrogen fixing, riparian zones, Selwyn River.

Datry, T, Diettrich, J, Dumas, J, Konrad, C, Larned, S T, Schmidt, J. (2011) Longitudinal river ecohydrology: flow variation down the lengths of alluvial rivers. Ecohydrology. Vol. 4. #4. Page(s) 532-548.
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Keywords: empirical longitudinal flow model, flow estimation, flow frequencies, flow magnitude, longitudinal study, Selwyn River, trends.
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Corti, Roland, Datry, T, Drummond, Laura. Rose, Larned, S T. (2011) Natural variation in immersion and emersion affects breakdown and invertebrate colonization of leaf litter in a temporary river. Aquatic Sciences. Vol. 73. Page(s) 537-550.
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Keywords: air exposure, leaf litter, selwyn River, submerged, terrestrial leaf litter.
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Memon, A, Painter, B, Weber, E P. (2011) Science, society, and water resources in New Zealand: recognizing and overcoming a societal impasse`. Environmental Policy and Planning Journal. Vol. 13. #1. Page(s) 49-69.
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Keywords: canterbury water, collaborative governance approach, groundwater, groundwater models, groundwater science models, selwyn District.
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Arscott, D, Lambert, Paul, Larned, S T, Scarsbrook, Mike. (2010) Aquatic invertebrate community structure along an intermittence gradient: Selwyn River, New Zealand. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. Vol. 29. #2. Page(s) 530-545.
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Keywords: benthic, benthic Invertebrates, Ephemeral waterways, flow duration, flow duration, Intermittent flow, Invertebrate, location, perennial-losing, perrennial-gaining, River habitat, Selwyn River.

Greenwood, Michellle, McIntosh, A R. (2010) Low river flow alters the biomass and population structure of a riparian predatory invertebrate. Freshwater Biology. Vol. 55. #10. Page(s) 2062-2076.
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Keywords: Dolomedes aquaticus, fishing spider, future, impacts, low flows, low river flow, predictions, riparian fishing spider, river drying, river flow, Selwyn River, spatial distribution.

Larned, Scott, Pflüger, Yvonne, Rackham, Allan. (2010) The aesthetic value of river flows: An assessment of flow preferences for large and small rivers. Landscape and Urban Planning. Vol. 95. #1-2. Page(s) 68-78.
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Keywords: aesthetic quality, aesthetic values, aesthetics, canterbury rivers, Halswell River, river flow preferences, Selwyn River, Waimakariri River.
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Bidwell, Vince, Rupp, David E, Schmidt, J, Woods, R. (2009) Analytical assessment and parameter estimation of a low-dimensional groundwater model. Journal of Hydrology. Vol. 377. #1-2. Page(s) 143-154.
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Keywords: alluvial plain system, groundwater, modelling, Selwyn River, Selwyn River Basin.
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Brooker, D J, Graynoth, Eric. (2008) Instream habitat and flow regime requirements in the Lower Selwyn River. #ISBN: 978-1-86937-77. (NIWA, prepared for Environment Canterbury)
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Keywords: Benthic Invertebrates, Coes Ford, Discharges, f, fish, fish, flood flows, flow, flow regime requirements, flow setting, habitat suitability crieteria, hydrology, instream values, macroinvertebrate, mahinga kai, minimum flow recommendations, minimum flows, minimum residual flows, native fish, Periphyton, physical habitat modelling, physical habitat modelling, Regression model, seasonal flow, Selwyn River, Trout.
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Arscott, D, Larned, S T, Rupp, David E, Schmidt, J. (2008) Reconstruction of a daily flow record along a hydrologically complex alluvial river. Journal of Hydrology. Vol. 359. #1-2. Page(s) 88-104.
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Keywords: ecological, hydrologically complex, modelling, relationship, river characteristics, river flow, river recharge, runoff, Selwyn River, water resource consent.
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Datry, T, Larned, S T. (2008) River flow controls ecological processes and invertebrate assemblages in subsurface flowpaths of an ephemeral river reach. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. Vol. 65. #8. Page(s) 1532.
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Keywords: ephemeral river, ephemeral river reach, flow levels, invertebrates, microbes, river flows, Selwyn River, solutes, subsurface flowpaths.
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Arscott, D, Davey, Andrew, Dey, K, Hicks, D M, Larned, S T, Scarsbrook, Mike, Schmidt, J, Woods, R. (2008) The Selwyn river of New Zealand: a benchmark system for alluvial plain rivers. River Research and Applications. Vol. 24. #1. Page(s) 1-21.
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Keywords: abstraction, alluvial river, benchmark, flow rates, increasing demand, river system, selwyn River, system, undammed, variable flow, water demand.
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McKerchar, Alistair, Schmidt, J. (2007) Decreases in low flows in the lower Selwyn River?. Journal of Hydrology. Vol. 46. #2. Page(s) 63.
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Keywords: causes, Coes Ford, low flows, low flows, Selwyn River, trends.

Beech, Mary, Meredith, Adrian, Vesey, Susannah. (2007) Ecosystem health monitoring programme November-December 2006 and site specific habitat trend analysis 2000 – 2006. Study of Selwyn River at Coes Ford. #ISBN: 978-1-86937-66. (Environment Canterbury)
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Keywords: annual, Banks Peninsula, biotic health, Coes Ford, foothill river, habitat health, habitat trend analysis, health, inter-montane Basin, lowland river, macroinvertebrate, mountain fed rivers, River classification, trends, wadeable streams.
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Davey, Andrew, Kelly, David. (2007) Fish community responses to drying disturbances in an intermittent stream: a landscape perspective. Freshwater Biology. Vol. 52. #9. Page(s) 1719-1733.
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Keywords: brown trout, Canterbury galaxias, fish, persistence, refugia, Selwyn River, spatial distribution, spatial Patterns, surveys, upland bullies, Upland bully.

Datry, T, Larned, S T, Robinson, C T. (2007) Invertebrate and microbial responses to inundation in an ephemeral river reach in New Zealand: effects of preceding dry periods. Aquatic Sciences. Vol. 69. #4. Page(s) 554-567.
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Keywords: Ephemeral river, ephemeral waterways, Inundation, Invertebrate, microbes, responses, Selwyn River.
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Topélen, Jeanine. (2007) Mean Annual Low Flow (Seven Day) and Mean Flow Mapping for the Upper Selwyn River Catchment. #ISBN: 978-1-86937-71. (Environment Canterbury)
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Keywords: flow, isohydal map, isohydal mapping, MALF, Mean Annual Low Flow, Mean Flow, regression equations, Seven-day Mean Annual Low Flow, water quantity.
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Datry, T, Larned, S T, Scarsbrook, Mike. (2007) Responses of hyporheic invertebrate assemblages to large-scale variation in flow permanence and surface–subsurface exchange. Freshwater Biology. Vol. 52. #8. Page(s) 1452-1462.
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Keywords: benthic Invertebrates, flowing permanence, flowing water, river characteristics, Selwyn River, suface-subsurface exchange, water present.

National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research. (2007) We have enough water - but not in the right place at the right time. NIWA Annual Report. Vol. 2007. Page(s) 24-25.
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Keywords: dams, demand, groundwater, irrigation, Resource management, Selwyn River, surface water.
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Davey, Andrew, James, Gavin, Kelly, David. (2006) 'Like a fish out of water': life in a disappearing river. Water & Atmosphere. Vol. 14. #1. Page(s) 18-19.
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Keywords: ecosystems, Fish, fish species, freshwater, habitat, intermittent flow, Selwyn River, wetted area.
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(2006) Central Plains Water Enhancement Scheme: Effects of Construction, Damming, Diversion and Water Use on Water Quality. (Kingett Mitchell Limited, prepared for URS New Zealand Ltd)
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Keywords: algae, Avon - Heathcote Estuary, Central Plains, Central Plains Water, Central Plains Water Enhancement Scheme, Construction effects, discharges, dissolved Oxygen, dissolved reactive phosphorus, DRP, estuares, hydrodynamics, hydrology, lake Ellesmere, lowland streams, microbiology, Nitrogen, nutrient concentration, nutrients, Pesticides, phosphorus, Rakaia, Selwyn River, surface runoff, surface water, surface water quality, suspended solids, te Waihora, temperature, turbidity, turbidity, Waianiwaniwa River Valley, waianiwaniwa Valley, waimakariri, water clarity, water quality, water quality, water races, wetlands.
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Williams, Howard. (2006) The Rakaia Selwyn Groundwater Zone – Technical summary of the effects of groundwater abstractions on stream flows and reliability of groundwater. (Environment Canterbury)
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Keywords: Aquatic ecology, groundwater level, groundwater quantity, minimum flow, rakaia, Rakaia Selwyn zone, selwyn, Selwyn Rakaia, stream flows, surface – groundwater interface, water abstraction, water quantity.
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Vincent, Craig. (2005) The Hydrogeology of the Upper Selwyn Catchment: MSc thesis summary. (Environment Canterbury)
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Keywords: aquifer characteristics, aquifers, aquifers, dairy expansion, farming, farming practices, Future management, geology, geomorphology, Geomorphology, groundwater, groundwater, groundwater age, groundwater ages, groundwater chemistry, groundwater demand, Groundwater flow, groundwater recharge, groundwater recharge, groundwater-surface water interface, Hororata River, Hororata River, hydrology, Hydrology, intensive farming, intensive land use, irrigation, Irrigation, land surface activities, land use change, management, nitrate-nitrogen, oxygen-18, piezometric contours, Recharge, recharge sources, river gaugings, Selwyn catchment, Selwyn Plains, selwyn River, Selwyn River, spring-fed, Springs, Surface water, Upper Selwyn Catchment, Upper Selwyn Plains, Waianiwaniwa River, water chemistry, water levels, water quality, water quantity.
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Smith, Esther. (2004) Seven Day Mean Annual Low Flow Mapping for the Upper Selwyn River Catchment. (Environment Canterbury)
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Keywords: 7DMALF, abstractions, allocation, Isohydal map, Low flows, naturalising river flows, Regression equations, selwyn River, seven-day Mean Annual Low Flow, water availability.
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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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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.

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.

Roper-Lindsay, Judith. (1991) Environmental Manual: Rivers Engineering Works in Canterbury Region. #ISBN: 1-86937-138-0. (Boffa Miskell Partners, prepared for Canterbury Regional Council)
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Keywords: Avon River, BAnks Peninsula Streams, canterbury rivers, catchment map, cultural sites, ecological times, Ellesmere area streams, Ellesmere system, habitats, halswell River, Hawkins, Heathcote River, Hororata River, Irwell, kaituna river, long bay stream, maps, okuti river, Rakaia River, Selwyn River, significant sites, species, Styx River, Waianiwaniwa River, waterway threats.

Close, M E. (1990) Baseflow water chemistry in New Zealand Rivers 1. Characterisation. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. Vol. 24. #3. Page(s) 319-341.
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Keywords: base flow, calcium, chemical analysis, dissolved reactive phosphorous, flow rate, median conditions, median flow, new Zealand rivers, potassium, raw data, rivers, Selwyn River, sodium, surface water, temperature, turbidity, Waimakariri river, water chemistry, water quality.

Flain, M, Glova, G, Lucas, F. (1989) Lake Ellesmere Water Management Plan: Age and Size of the Selwyn River Brown Trout Spawning Runs, 1912-1987. (Maffish, Freshwater Fisheries Centre, prepared for Science and Research Conservation Sciences Centre, Department of Conservation)
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Keywords: brown trout, fish, fish characteristics, fish stock, patterns, Selwyn River, spawning runs, surface water, trends, trout age, trout size.

Biggs, Barry J, Close, M E. (1989) Periphyton biomass dynamics in gravel bed rivers: the relative effects of flows and nutrients. Freshwater Biology. Vol. 22. Page(s) 209-231.
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Keywords: alpine rivers, Ashley, Avon River, biomass, chlorophyll A concentration, dissolved reactive phosphorus, drp, flows, foothill river, nitrogen, nutrient, Periphyton, periphyton Biomass, periphyton chlorophyll river flow, Rakaia, regulation, Selwyn River, spring fed river, WAimakariri River.
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Smart, G M, Williman, E B. (1987) Catalogue of New Zealand Rivers with Control Works. (Hydrology Centre, Ministry of Works and Development)
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Keywords: control works, erosion, flood mitigation, flooding, modification, river characteristics, rivers, Selwyn river, Waimakariri River.

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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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.

Datry, T, Fenwick, Graham, Kelly, Dave, Larned, S T, Scarsbrook, Mike. The Perennial, Intermittent, and Ephemeral: Selwyn River, New Zealand. (National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research)
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Keywords: baseline, baseline data, cross-section, ephemeral channel, ephemeral river, flow monitoring, flow path, groundwater level, Intermittent flow, monitoring, Perennial-losing, piezometers, sampling, Selwyn River, trends, well monitoring.
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