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Spatial variability of intraurban particulate air pollution: epidemiological implications and applications
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 2006)
The past twenty years of research that has associated air pollution with health outcomes has brought remarkable advance in statistical techniques that effectively tease out the intricacies of the relationship. However, ...
Will the introduction of nutrient benchmarks help to achieve sustainable milk production systems?
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 2012)
There has been a dramatic expansion of dairying in New Zealand in the last two decades. This has been accompanied by a series of environmental issues around water use and water pollution. This thesis looks at the issue of ...
A sensitivity analysis of uncertainty in the spatial resolution of the underlying data used for estimating soil erosion susceptibility in New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. School of Forestry, 2013)
This study investigates the effect of changes in map scale on the error in the development of areal map units and their associated erosion severity measurements of New Zealand’s (NZ) Land Use Capability (LUC) surveying ...
An investigation into local air quality throughout two residential communities bisected by major highways in South Auckland, New Zealand.
(University of Canterbury. Environmental Science, 2014)
Population exposure to traffic pollution is a rapidly developing, multi-disciplinary scientific field. While the link between long-term exposure and respiratory issues is well-established, there are probable links to a ...