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The development of communication lines across the Taranaki uplands.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1949)
An Assessment of the Contribution of Micro-scale Activities to Personal Pollution Exposure in Commuting Micro-environments
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 2009)
Exposure to traffic pollution has become an increasing concern to public health. A number of studies have demonstrated that the air people breathe in while in transportation is particularly unsafe due to the high ...
Population mobility in rural Bangladesh: The circulation of working people
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1986)
This study is primarily concerned with work related movement patterns of rural people in Bangladesh. It involves a general historical review of the internal migration of village people at the national level, and a comprehensive ...
An examination of observed climatic trends/changes over Banks Peninsula and the surrounding plains area, and their synoptic climatology.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1986)
Rainfall and temperature data were collected over the study area (approximately 50 sites ), using all existing climatic records, to analyse observed climatic trends/changes since instrumental records began. These trends, ...
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 ...
Demand for Rail: transport options for the Waimakariri District
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 2006)
The purpose of this research was to investigate the feasibility of a passenger rail service operating on a current rail line in Canterbury, known as the Main North Line, which connects the Waimakariri District to Christchurch. ...
Greenfield drivers: residential choice, transport, and the subjective experience of travel in the greenfield suburbs: a case study in Christchurch, New Zealand
(University of Canterbury, 2015)
Using greater Christchurch as a case study, this research seeks to understand the key drivers of residential choice of families with children who live in recently developed, low-density greenfield subdivisions. In particular, ...
New Zealand seaports
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1964)
It is the purpose of this study to determine and explain changes in the relative status of New Zealand seaports during two significant periods in the country's economic development, in an attempt to identify and understand ...
A sediment budget analysis of Pegasus Bay.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1995)
A sediment budget of Pegasus Bay is presented in order to build up a comprehensive account of sediment movements and potential shoreline behaviour of the region. The bay has been extensively researched on a local scale ...