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Ecology of a population of hoplodactylus pacificus, the common New Zealand gecko (reptilia:gekkonidae)
(University of Canterbury. Zoology, 1972)
This study was intended to provide information on certain aspects of the population ecology of H. pacificus. A population on Quail Island in Lyttelton Harbour was chosen for intensive study over a period of one year. ...
Gold mineralization at the Golden Blocks gold field
(University of Canterbury. Geology, 1978)
In the Golden Blocks area, vein-type gold and sparse sulphide mineralization occur in slightly metamorphosed, complexly deformed, Lower Ordovician sandstones and mudstones. Primary gold mineralization is associated with ...
Changing patterns of flour-milling in the South Island, 1840-1973.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1973)
Soon after the first permanent colonists came to the South Island the first flour-mills were established to produce flour for the needs of the population. Since that day technological progress has brought changes in ...
Recent shorelines between Banks Peninsula and Coopers Lagoon.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1970)
The Expansion of Settlement in Early Christchurch, 1850-62.
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1977)
This thesis presents an in depth study of the expansion of settlement in Christchurch between 1850-62, the pre-Municipal Council years. It is confined spatially to the 'central city' area within the four Avenues. Four ...
Some aspects of educational testing in the Cook Islands.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Psychology, 1979)
A comparison of test performance between two groups of 120 children divided into 6 age groups from 8 to 13, was made using a battery of educational and performance tests consisting of standardised Western achievement ...
Late quaternary snowlines and cirque moraines within the Waimakariri watershed
(University of Canterbury. Geology, 1975)
A study of the glacial geology and present and past snowlines of tributaries to the Waimakariri River, South Island, New Zealand, has yielded a glacial chronology from late Pleistocene times up to the present day. Three ...
Landslide investigations, Main North Line Railway, South Island, New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. Engineering Geology, 1977)
The most important section of railway in the South Island of New Zealand, the Main North Line, offers a continuous rail link serving the northern half of the South Island's east coast. The Main North Line, operated by the ...
Coastal dynamics : Rarangi to Cape Campbell.
(University of Canterbury, 1973)
The coastline of Marlborough bordering Cook Strait was studied in order to assess present day processes of coastal development. Processes and characteristics revealed by this analysis have been applied to the post ...
Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Nile group (Oligocene) southwest Nelson
(University of Canterbury. Geology, 1976)
Two new formations comprise the Nile Group; the lower Little Wanganui Formation and the upper Karamea Limestone. The Little Wanganui Formation contains the Kongahu Member (new name), Glasseye Mudstone (new name), and ...