Browsing by Author "Jones, Hannah Frances Emily"

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  • Lake Rotokakahi water quality modelling

    Jones, Hannah Frances Emily; Özkundakci, Deniz; Kochendoerfer, Sascha; McBride, Chris G.; Hamilton, David P. (Environmental Research Institute, Faculty of Science and Engineering, The University of Waikato, 2014)
    Lake Rotokakahi is an iwi-owned lake, administered by the Lake Rotokakahi Board of Control. The lake has a surface area of 4.4 km2, a mean depth of 17.5 m, and a catchment of 19.7 km2 of which most is in exotic forest ...
  • Oil dispersal modelling: reanalysis of the Rena oil spill using open-source modelling tools

    Jones, Hannah Frances Emily; Poot, Martin T.S.; Mullarney, Julia C.; de Lange, Willem P.; Bryan, Karin R. (Royal Society of New Zealand, 2016)
    Oil spill forecast modelling is typically used immediately after a spill to predict oil dispersal and promote mobilisation of more effective response operations. The aim of this work was to map oil dispersal after the ...
  • Review of best management practices for aquatic vegetation control in stormwater ponds, wetlands, and lakes

    de Winton, Mary; Jones, Hannah Frances Emily; Edwards, Tracey; Özkundakci, Deniz; Wells, Rohan; McBride, Chris G.; Rowe, David K.; Hamilton, David P.; Clayton, John; Champion, Paul; Hofstra, Deborah (2013)
    Auckland Council (AC) is responsible for the development and operation of a stormwater network across the region to avert risks to citizens and the environment. Within this stormwater network, aquatic vegetation (including ...
  • Waituna Lagoon modelling: Developing quantitative assessments to assist with lagoon management

    Hamilton, David P.; Jones, Hannah Frances Emily; Özkundakci, Deniz; McBride, Chris G.; Allan, Mathew Grant; Faber, Joanne; Pilditch, Conrad A. (Environmental Research Institute, Faculty of Science and Engineering, The University of Waikato, 2012)
    A decision support tool has been developed to assist with managing Ruppia beds and maintaining the biological diversity of Waituna Lagoon. The results from this tool are presented as outputs from model simulations of ...