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Ecology of mustelids in New Zealand.
(University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 1964)
Mammalian predators have been liberated on many islands to control pests but the desired results have rarely been achieved. The liberation of mongooses on islands in the Caribbean and Pacific is an excellent example ...
Beach morphology and sediments of the Canterbury Bight.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1967)
The 84 miles of mixed sand and shingle beach between Banks Peninsula and Dashing Rocks, Timaru, is a high energy shoreline exposed to vigorous wave action emanating from the south Pacific Ocean. Much of the coastline ...
Geomorphology of the Kaikoura area.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1968)
The Kaikoura Area comprises 64 square miles of low-lying land on the north-east coast of South Island, New Zealand. The major physiographic units are the Peninsula Block, Beach Ridges and Raised Beaches, Hard Rock Areas ...
Mass movement in the Chilton Valley
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1967)
Slow mass movement processes in the Chilton Valley (South Island High Country) were measured using different techniques. Analysis of this data showed a rate of soil creep slightly greater than that measured in ether humid ...
Stratigraphy, structure, and igneous petrology in the Lower Buller Valley.
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 1966)
The evolution of the rural settlement pattern of lowland South Taranaki, 1860-1920
(University of Canterbury, 1967)
The settlement pattern forms the basis of any cultural landscape and it is the aim of this study in historical geography to trace its evolution in lowland South Taranaki in order to explain that landscape's final ...
Theory of the crystal field in neodymium magnesium nitrate.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Physics, 1962)
A study on the influence of selected environmental factors on the egg and larval instars of the midge Chironomus zealandicus Hudson.
(University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 1966)
The object of this survey has been to investigate various aspects of the biology of the midge Chironomus zealandicus with a view to understanding certain phenomena arising from observations on the Christchurch Drainage ...
The tertiary geology of the area around Inangahua Junction.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geology, 1963)
The New Zealand Onchidiidae and aspects of the biology and the life cycle of Onchidella nigricans
(University of Canterbury. Zoology, 1962)
The family Onchidiidae is perhaps one of the most neglected the Gastropoda. This is rather surprising since it affinities to both the Opisthobranchia and Pulmonata, so is of importance with regard to the phylogenetic ...