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The ecology of freshwater communities of stock water races on the Canterbury Plains
(University of Canterbury. School of Biological Sciences, 2008)
Agricultural intensification on the Canterbury Plains in New Zealand has lead to the degradation of natural streams and rivers through lowering of water quality and significant reduction of surface flows from the use of ...
The Effects of Copper on the Degradation of Atrazine and Indoxacarb in a New Zealand Soil
(University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 2010)
Pesticides are an important component of New Zealand’s primary production sectors. Infestation of pests and diseases can affect crop yield, crop value and damage the country’s export reputation, resulting in economic ...
Physiological Effects and Biotransformation of Paralytic Shellfish Toxins in New Zealand Marine Bivalves
(University of Canterbury. School of Biological Sciences, 2010)
Although there are no authenticated records of human illness due to PSP in New Zealand, nationwide phytoplankton and shellfish toxicity monitoring programmes have revealed that the incidence of PSP contamination and the ...