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Morphostructural and paleo-seismic analysis of fault interactions in the Oxford–Cust–Ashley fault system, Canterbury
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2015)
This study investigates evidence for linkages and fault interactions centred on the Cust Anticline in Northwest Canterbury between Starvation Hill to the southwest and the Ashley and Loburn faults to the northeast. An ...
The impact of repeated earthquakes on the cognition of Canterbury’s elderly population.
(University of Canterbury. Psychology, 2015)
Objective: The nature of disaster research makes it difficult to adequately measure the impact that significant events have on a population. Large, representative samples are required, ideally with comparable data collected ...
The effects of windbreaks on the effectiveness of sprinkler irrigation systems.
(University of Canterbury. Waterways Centre for Freshwater Management, 2015)
In the Canterbury region, New Zealand, water is a contentious issue when irrigation and dairy farming are involved. The Canterbury region accounts for 70% of the total irrigated land area in New Zealand and is one of the ...