Browsing by Author "Abell, Jonathan Michael"

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  • Anthropogenic phosphorus loads to Lake Rotorua

    Tempero, Grant Wayne; McBride, Chris G.; Abell, Jonathan Michael; Hamilton, David P. (Environmental Research Institute, Faculty of Science and Engineering, The University of Waikato, 2015)
    Past wastewater disposal practices and ongoing catchment land-use intensification have resulted in the eutrophication of Lake Rotorua. These changes have been associated with elevated nutrient loads to the lake from point ...
  • Assessment of effects of proposed treated wastewater discharge to the Te Arikiroa Thermal Channel and Sulphur Bay (Lake Rotorua)

    Dada, Ayokunle Christopher; Hicks, Brendan J.; Ling, Nicholas; Hamilton, David P.; Abell, Jonathan Michael (Environmental Research Institute, Faculty of Science and Engineering, The University of Waikato, 2018)
    After 2019, irrigation operations at the Land Treatment System (LTS) in the Whakarewarewa Forest are scheduled to cease. A number of options and locations have been considered for the discharge of the treated wastewater ...
  • Bioavailability of phosphorus transported during storm flow to a eutrophic, polymictic lake

    Abell, Jonathan Michael; Hamilton, David P. (Taylor & Francis, 2013)
    The bioavailability of catchment-derived particulate phosphorus (PP) to lentic phytoplankton was investigated. Two stream inflows to Lake Rotorua (Bay of Plenty, New Zealand) were sampled during moderate (March) and large ...
  • Lake Rotorua treated wastewater discharge: Environmental effects study

    Abell, Jonathan Michael; McBride, Chris G.; Hamilton, David P. (Environmental Research Institute, Faculty of Science and Engineering, The University of Waikato, 2015)
    Rotorua Lakes Council is undertaking a decision-making process to resolve how treated municipal wastewater from the city of Rotorua (Bay of Plenty) should be discharged after 2019, when irrigation operations at the Land ...
  • Lake Tutira: historic water quality, monitoring recommendations and management options

    Abell, Jonathan Michael; McBride, Chris G.; Hamilton, David P. (Environmental Research Institute, The University of Waikato, 2013)
    Lake Tutira is located 30 km north of Napier and is an important recreational resource for the Hawke's Bay region. The lake has an area of 1.74 km², mean depth of 21 m and maximum depth of 42 m. It has a recent history of ...