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The role of crack willow in the wetland water balance, Moutere region, New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. School of Forestry, 2010)
The Waiwhero wetland (16 ha) is one of the largest wetlands in the Rosedale Hills, 35 km north-west of Nelson, New Zealand. It has an extensive cover of Salix fragilis L. (crack willow) and has been hypothesised to be a ...