Browsing by Supervisor "Campbell, David I."

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  • The microclimatology of Antarctic soils

    MacCulloch, Roger James Lee (University of Waikato, 1996)
    An understanding of the microclimatology of the ice free areas in Antarctica is needed to better quantify the impacts of human activities on this fragile environment and to help monitor global climate change processes. ...
  • The role of Empodisma robustum litter in CO₂ exchange at Kopuatai bog

    Keyte Beattie, Alexandra Margaret (University of Waikato, 2014)
    Respiration from the decomposition of standing dead litter in peatlands influences the ecosystem carbon balance through its contribution to total ecosystem respiration (ER). This research determined the proportion of ER ...
  • Use of Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) to determine moisture and temperature regimes in Antarctic soils

    Wall, Aaron M. (The University of Waikato, 2004)
    Antarctic soil moisture and temperature data are important as the soil climate influence. Antarctic ecosystems, and the data may provide information on climate change, and the effects of human activities on the Antarctic ...
  • Water use efficiency of grazed pastures under contrasting diversity

    Pronger, Jack (The University of Waikato, 2017)
    Agriculture must increase food production to support a growing global population; however, this required increase in production is potentially restricted by freshwater supply for irrigation. Consequently, relying on ...