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    • Assessing Impacts of Volcanic Ashfall 

      Stewart, C.; Wilson, T.M. (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 ...
    • Impact assessment of the May 2010 eruption of Pacaya volcano, Guatemala 

      Wardman, J.; Sword-Daniels, V.; Stewart, C.; Wilson, T. (University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2012)
      This report summarises the field observations and interpretations of a reconnaissance trip to Guatemala in September 2010. The purpose of this trip was to investigate the impacts of the 27 May 2010 eruption of Pacaya ...
    • Infrastructure impacts, management and adaptations to eruptions at Volcán Tungurahua, Ecuador, 1999-2010 

      Sword-Daniels, V.; Wardman, J.; Stewart, C.; Wilson, T.M.; Johnston, D.M.; Rossetto, T. (University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2011)
      This report summarises observations made on a field visit to areas affected by the May 2010 eruption of Volcán Tungurahua, Ecuador. The focus of this trip, carried out in September 2010 by a field team from the University ...
    • Management of vehicle and horse users on sand beaches: Implications for shellfish populations 

      Taylor, G.F.; Marsden, I.F.; Hart, D.E. (University of Canterbury. Geography, 2012)
      A review of management documents and peer reviewed literature was undertaken to evaluate the level of protection intertidal shellfish are given from vehicle and horse users on sand beaches. Database searches were conducted ...