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Summer tourism in Nelson city.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1970)
This study examines specifically the tourist population which stayed within the boundaries of Nelson city over the Christmas holiday peak of 1969-1970, but where tourist movements are involved discussion will inevitably ...
Regional inequalities in socio-economic development in Tonga: A preliminary study
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1973)
This study is a preliminary investigation of regional inequalities in socio-economic development in Tonga. Its main aim is to examine, and as far as possible explain, the regional variations in development among the three ...
Sand and gravel deposits of the coast and inner shelf East Coast, Northland Peninsula, New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1979)
The east coast of Northland has a narrow and steep inner shelf which reaches depths of 50m within 1.5 km offshore. Mixed sand and gravel sediments occur at 30-50m depths as thin (1-10m), discontinuous, sheet deposits ...
A recreational geography of the Avon-Heathcote Estuary, Christchurch.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1979)
This thesis examines the recreational use of a multi-functional resource, the Avon-Heathcote Estuary. The nature resources suitable for outdoor recreation in the Christchurch area and the present use made of them are ...
Residential structure and intra-urban migration
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1976)
At least three major outcomes of the intra-urban migration process can be identified and modelled. These include the decision to move or stay, the nature of housing chosen by mover households, and locational choice. Empirical ...
High status residential areas in Christchurch : structure and structural change, 1878 to 1973.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1975)
The classical theories of urban residential structure were developed in the early decades of the present century in America, and many of the hypothesis - particularly the dynamic elements of the Burgess - Hoyt models, ...
Wave processes and beach responses on a coarse gravel delta
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1974)
The coastal environment around the Hapuku Delta is represented as a process-response model. Field data, collected over a period of one year, are expressed in the form of nine wave processes and six beach responses. These ...
Soil heat flow investigations in the Chilton Valley
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1971)
The heat flow meter method of measurement of soil heat flow is shown to be the most suitable of available techniques for the investigation of the spatial variation of soil heat flow within the Chilton Valley. A procedure ...
The wild game packing industry in the South Island, New Zealand.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1972)
Aspects of air pollution climatology in the Kuala Lumpur-Petaling Jaya area, Malaysia
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1977)
Five explicit objectives were established for this study of air pollution climatology in the Kuala Lumpur - Petaling Jaya area. They were: (1) to describe the local climate of the area and its likely implications on air ...