Browsing by Subject "Waikato"

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  • 2014 Fieldays in Hamilton: Economic impacts for the Waikato Region and New Zealand

    Hughes, Warren (Institute for Business Research, The University of Waikato, 2014)
    The 2014 Fieldays event over 11 –14 June attracted 119,892 gate entries which was 4.2% lower than in 2013. For the 2014 event, a total of 942 firms exhibited their goods and services (up 4.9% over 2013) including 71 overseas ...
  • Aspects of the geomorphology of the Greywacke Ranges bordering the Lower and Middle Waikato Basins

    Selby, Michael J. (Waikato Geological Society, The University of Waikato, 1967)
    The fault-bounded blocks which make up the Greywacke Ranges bordering the Lower and Middle Waikato Basins have a deep red-weathered regolith and are covered by mantles of volcanic ash which can be used for dating ground ...
  • Average score per metric: an alternative metric aggregation method for assessing wadeable stream health

    Collier, Kevin J. (R S N Z Publishing, 2008)
    Integrating multiple metrics derived from stream macroinvertebrate communities into single scores that reflect ecological condition can bridge the needs of multiple groups using biomonitoring data. Macroinvertebrate metrics ...
  • The climate of the Waikato Basin

    de Lisle, J.F. (Waikato Geological Society, The University of Waikato, 1967)
    The topography of the Waikato Valley and its position in relation to the large-scale weather system give it warm humid summers, mild winters and a moderate rainfall with a winter maximum. Some typical meteorological ...
  • The climatic character of the Auckland rural area

    Sparrow, Christopher J. (Waikato Geological Society, The University of Waikato, 1968)
    The characteristics of the climate of the rural area surrounding the Auckland urban area are discussed. Data used, is predominantly from published reports of the New Zealand Meteorological Service giving annual summaries ...
  • Conservation, Market Pressures and the New Zealand Dairy Sector

    Morad, Munir; Jay, Grace Mairi M. (1999)
    The New Zealand dairy industry is a highly organised, globally marketed food production system. In order to remain internationally competitive, the industry has had to adjust to flexible price regimes and the need to achieve ...
  • Dairying in the Waikato Region of New Zealand: An overview of historical statistics

    Cameron, Michael Patrick; Bell, Kendon (Waikato Management School, 2008-09)
    The dairy industry is an important contributor to the economy of the Waikato region of New Zealand. An understanding of the history and development of the dairy sector in the different districts of the Waikato region is ...
  • Ecological and physical characteristics of the Te Awa O Katapaki Stream, Flagstaff, Waikato

    Hicks, Brendan J.; Reynolds, Gavin B.; Laboyrie, J. Lee; Hill, Christopher D. H. (University of Waikato, 2001)
    1. The fish, macroinvertebrates, aquatic vegetation, and water quality indicate that the Te Awa O Katapaki Stream is an unpolluted, pastureland stream that is typical of the Waikato region. 2. The stream has very high ...
  • An ecological study of Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense Lour.) in the Waikato Region

    Grove, E.; Clarkson, Bruce D. (2005)
    Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) has naturalised across the Waikato region invading lowland native forest and wetland habitat. This shrub has the ability to form a dense canopy or subcanopy and appears to exclude other ...
  • Ecology of vascular epiphytes in urban forests with special reference to the shrub epiphyte Griselinia lucida

    Bryan, Catherine Louise (University of Waikato, 2011)
    This research investigated the ecology of vascular epiphytes and vines in the Waikato region of the North Island, and the water relations of the shrub hemiepiphyte Griselinia lucida. The main goal was to develop robust ...
  • Economic geology of the Waikato

    Kear, David (Waikato Geological Society, The University of Waikato, 1967)
    The Waikato contributes between 20 and 25 per cent of New Zealand's mineral production. Aggregate from Mesozoic rocks ranges from good (greywacke) to poor (argillite), with detailed differences being related to the position ...
  • Erosion by high intensity rainfalls in the lower Waikato

    Selby, Michael J. (Waikato Geological Society, The University of Waikato, 1967)
    A high intensity rainstorm with rainfalls exceeding 10 inches in 24 hours on the Hunua Range is described, and some of its geomorphological and economic consequences discussed.
  • Exploring the nature of psychological wellness of renal patients on dialysis under the care of the Waikato Regional Renal Centre

    Pepperell, Cherie Susan (University of Waikato, 2017)
    In New Zealand, there has been limited enquiry into the experiences of dialysis patients and the health professionals who work with these patients. The number of people requiring dialysis is increasing every year and the ...
  • An external evaluation of Phat Pak process and structure: Volume 1: Evaluation report

    Masters-Awatere, Bridgette; Scanlen, Anna; Corry, Jenny; Ngata, Ronald; Ellis, Kenneth Desmond; Mueller, Sally; Little, Gaylene Robina; Philp, Roger; Soper, Brent (Māori & Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2007-12)
    An evaluation was conducted by the 510 Evaluation Research Group 2007 after receiving a request from the Phat Pak Governance Group (PPGG). The evaluation focused on four areas identified in the Phat Pak service specification ...
  • An external evaluation of Phat Pak process and structure: Volume 2: Appendices

    Masters-Awatere, Bridgette; Scanlen, Anna; Corry, Jenny; Ngata, Ronald; Ellis, Kenneth Desmond; Mueller, Sally; Little, Gaylene Robina; Philp, Roger; Soper, Brent (Māori & Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2007-12)
    An evaluation was conducted by the 510 Evaluation Research Group 2007 after receiving a request from the Phat Pak Governance Group (PPGG). The evaluation focused on four areas identified in the Phat Pak service specification ...
  • Feasibility of water quality monitoring by remote sensing in the Waikato Region

    Lehmann, Moritz K.; Schallenberg, Lena A.; Allan, Mathew Grant (Environmental Research Institute, The University of Waikato, 2017)
    The Waikato Regional Council (WRC) has statutory environmental monitoring requirements, including commitments arising from the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management and State of the Environment reporting. ...
  • Fish and macroinvertebrates in lowland drainage canals with and without grass carp

    Hicks, Brendan J.; Bannon, Henry James; Wells, R.D.S. (Aquatic Plant Management Society, 2006-07)
    Diploid grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella L.) were introduced to a lowland Waikato drainage canal at an initial density of 40-80 kg ha -1(83-167 fish ha -1) to control aquatic macrophytes and improve water flow. A near-by ...
  • Fish populations of Lake Ngaroto, Waikato, and fish passage at the outlet weir.

    Hicks, Brendan J.; Reynolds, Gavin B.; Jamieson, Paul M.; Laboyrie, J. Lee (Centre Biodiversity and Ecology Research, 2001)
    1.Lake Ngaroto has a diverse fauna of native and introduced fish. It is largest of the Waipa lakes, is hypertrophic (i.e., has very high concentrations of plant nutrients), and is highly productive for this reason. 2.In ...
  • Hamilton's Hidden Hazard: Characterisation of Two Fault Zones in Northern Hamilton

    Campbell, Benjamin Ross (The University of Waikato, 2017)
    The Hamilton Basin has long been thought of as an area of simple geologic structure with two major faults recognised to the west and east of the Basin; the Waipa and Kerepehi Faults. However, recent identification of ...
  • Invading the Waikato: A postcolonial re-view

    Dench, Simon (2011)
    The article discusses images of the Waikato Region of New Zealand from the 1860s, examining them within the context of British colonization and invasion. It comments on photographs by surveyor Daniel Manders Beere and ...