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Geochemical variations in glauconitic minerals : application as a potassium fertiliser resource.
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2015)
Nutrients for plant growth are often limited in soil systems and additions are required in the form of fertiliser. Potassium is an essential macro-nutrient for plants and demands for K are expected to increase in the future. ...
A Landslide Risk Management Approach for the Stillwater to Ngakawau Rail Corridor (SNL96 to 126km) in the Lower Buller Gorge, New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. Geologocial Sciences, 2012)
This thesis has examined the 30km long rail corridor through the Lower Buller Gorge, on the Stillwater Ngakawau Line, between SNL96 and 126km, using a landslide risk management approach. The project area is characterised ...
Modelling Submarine Landscape Evolution in Response to Subduction Processes, Northern Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2010)
The steep forearc slope along the northern sector of the obliquely convergent Hikurangi subduction zone is characteristic of non-accretionary and tectonically eroding continental margins, with reduced sediment supply in ...