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Synthetic shorelines in New Zealand? Quantification and characterisation of microplastic pollution on Canterbury's coastlines
(University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 2016)
Microplastics are persistent environmental contaminants found in marine environments worldwide. Microplastic particles isolated from coastlines in the Canterbury region of New Zealand were quantified and characterised. ...
Changement climatique et variabilité spatiale du climat dans les vignobles de Marlborough (Nouvelle Zélande)
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 2011)
The examples presented here show that the spatial variability of air temperature within a vineyard region can be strongly dependent on local topography. In the context of a changing climate, the spatial variability of ...
Assessing Impacts of Volcanic Ashfall
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2012)
Volcanic ash may not be the most spectacular or lethal product of an explosive volcanic eruption, but it is the most widespread, and the most likely to affect towns, cities and farmland in the North Island. Freshlyerupted ash ...