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Paleoseismic analysis of the Springfield Fault, Central Canterbury
(University of Canterbury. Geological Science, 2000)
The Springfield Fault is a northeast striking thrust fault bisecting the Russell Range at the northern end of the Malvern Hills near Springfield. The trace of the fault is best expressed by offset river terraces, as it ...
Vegetation classification of an area on coal measures, Buller, New Zealand.
(University of Canterbury. Plant and Microbial Sciences, 1990)
The plant communites of a coastal hillslope, Buller, were classified on the basis of floristic presence/absence of 138 species. Six forest communites were identified from 75 descriptions on a forest remnant on tertiary ...
A qualitative and quantitative examination of alternative silvicultural regimes in the South Canterbury foothills with reference to the evaluation of climatic factors that may affect these regimes
(University of Canterbury, 1982)
An investigation into the qualitative and quantitative aspects of alternative silvicultural regimes Pinus radiate (D. Don) was undertaken in the South Canterbury foothills. Data was collected from Geraldine State Forest ...
Geological and geotechnical investigation of Eureka bend, SH60, Takaka hill, New Zealand
(University of Canterbury, 2008)
The section of State Highway 60 that negotiates the western side of Takaka Hill has been subject to various instability issues over its lifespan, including colluvium landslides, planar failures in bedrock and fill collapses. ...