4 edition of The Waimakariri catchment found in the catalog.
The Waimakariri catchment
John Aldred Hayward
by Lincoln College] Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute in [Christchurch
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 196-216.
|Statement||compiled by J. A. Hayward.|
|Series||Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute. Special publication ;, no. 5, Special publication (Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute) ;, no. 5.|
|LC Classifications||HD1059.W3 H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 288 p.|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||70400269|
For example, the Kowai River, a tributary of the Waimakariri River, had significantly higher TR in than the Waimakariri River, suggesting a mean catchment residence time of order 10 years. Fortunately the interpretation of the tritium data in the groundwaters does not have to rely on the detailed behaviour of the individual rivers or the. The Waimakariri River is known for its unpredictability; flood and drought events can occur at any time of the year. Knowledge about the return period of extreme events is crucial for water managemen t and planning. Frequency analysis uses the stochastic nature of these extreme events as a basic concept to account for uncertainty by describing the expected occurrence of floods and droughts.
Broken River is a river in the South Island of New drains into the Waimakariri River due north of the town of Springfield.. The Broken River Ski Area is in the catchment area of the river. The Broken River Cave is on Cave Stream, a tributary of Broken River.. See also. Rivers in . Kaiapoi is a town in the Waimakariri District of the Canterbury region, in the South Island of New Zealand. The town is located approximately 17 kilometres north of central Christchurch, close to the mouth of the Waimakariri is considered to be a satellite town of Christchurch, although in the Waimakariri for statistical purposes it is part of the Christchurch urban area.
Genealogy Websites New Zealand resources. Waimakariri District Council cemetery database ; Christchurch City Council cemetery records; NZ Births Deaths and Marriages historical records - search for births that occurred at least years ago, stillbirths that occurred at least 50 years ago, marriages that occurred at least 80 years ago, deaths that occurred at least 50 years ago, or the. Nitrate leaching in parts of the district, as well as salt water entering the Kaiapoi River, will be on the agenda as the Waimakariri zone committee works towards its sub-regional plan.
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A Report presented to the North Canterbury Catchment Board on 2 October, pages cmMapsRainfall data, tables, statistics. Brooklands Lagoon is at the mouth of the Waimakariri River (and its km 2 catchment) and strictly speaking is an estuary rather than a lagoon because of its semi-enclosed tidal nature.
The lagoon is approximately km long and varies in width between m and m. At low tide there are. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more.
Journal of Hydrology ELSEVIER Journal of Hydrology () An isotopic study of dissolved inorganic carbon in the catchment of the Waimakariri River and deep ground water of the North Canterbury Plains, New Zealand C.B. Taylor*, V.J. Fox Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Ltd., P.O.
BoxLower Hurt, New Zealand Received 12 October ; accepted 28 Cited by: The Waimakariri is currently New Zealand’s most fished river and a hotspot for jet boaters, kayakers, walkers, horse riders, hunters and off-roaders.
The man in charge of the park, ECan’s David Owen, says nearby residents have been quick The Waimakariri catchment book take advantage of the nicer surrounds. Waimakariri District is a local government district, located in the Canterbury region of New Zealand's South Island.
It is named after the Waimakariri River, which forms the district's southern boundary, separating it from Christchurch City and the Selwyn is bounded in the north by the Hurunui District and in the east by the Pacific Ocean. Waimakariri Land and Water Solutions Programme. The Waimakariri Land & Water Solutions Programme is a collaborative project being led by the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee to achieve the community’s goals for freshwater.
T he zone committee will work with the community to develop specific land and water management recommendations for the zone to feed into the local and regional. Carrington Hut, Arthur’s Pass National Park.
Ask any experienced tramper about expeditions in the Waimakariri River catchment and chances are they’ll mention Carrington Hut as a good base, or the place where they last put on dry socks before heading over a nearby alpine pass.
The paper uses the approach of “nested adaptive systems” to establish an operational definition of sustainable management of three significant issues in the Waimakariri catchment of the South.
Author(s) B. Jenkins. Abstract. The paper uses the approach of “nested adaptive systems” to establish an operational definition of sustainable management of three significant issues in the Waimakariri catchment of the South Island of New Zealand: availability of water for irrigation, public water supply for Christchurch urban area, and gravel extraction from the bed of the Waimakariri River.
The Waimakariri River Regional Plan (external link) is operative. The plan promotes the sustainable and integrated management of the Waimakariri catchment's rivers, lakes, hydraulically-connected groundwater and river and lake beds.
Development materials for the Waimakariri River Regional Plan, including documents surrounding Plan Change 1 inhave been archived. area of both upper and lower catchment isacres. This report is concerned primarily with the upper catchment which is a steep, high altitude area.
Table I shows that approximately 55 per cent of the catchment is above ieet. TABLE 1 Altitudinal Zones in the Waimakariri Catchment Zone Lowland Montane.
Get this from a library. The Waimakariri catchment: a study of some aspects of the present systems of land use, with recommendations for the future.
[J A Hayward; Tussock. The Waimakariri water zone lies north of the Waimakariri River and extends from Pegasus Bay in the east to the Puketeraki Range in the west. Both the Waimakariri and Ashley/Rakahuri rivers have high ecological, mahinga kai and recreational values.
The Selwyn Te Waihora catchment The Selwyn Te Waihora catchment includes Te Waihora/ Lake Ellesmere and the land that drains into it, bounded by the Waimakariri River to the north and the Rakaia.
The evidence will be passed to the Waimakariri Zone Committee to consider as part of its sub-regional plan process.
Dr Davie says while nitrates from the Waimakariri catchment can get into Kaiapoi’s drinking water, Rangiora is supplied by the Ashley River. From the Riversdale flats to the Puketeraki and Dampier ranges on the Lochinvar estate in the Upper Waimakariri catchment, Mt White has been one of the most successful operating stations since the.
The Waimakariri River, formerly briefly known as the Courtenay River, is one of the largest of the North Canterbury rivers, in the South Island of New flows for kilometres (94 mi) in a generally southeastward direction from the Southern Alps across the Canterbury Plains to the Pacific Māori, Waimakariri has several meanings, one of which is "river of cold rushing water".
Thousands of kilometres of stockwater races bring water from the Rakaia and Waimakariri rivers, outside the catchment. While their purpose. The Waimakariri Zone includes the Ashley River catchment and shares the Waimakariri catchment below the gorge with the Selwyn- Waihora and Christchurch-West Melton zones.
It includes Kaiapoi. The Cam River has been identified by the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee as a high priority catchment for restoration work. The Fund The Cam River Enhancement Fund was set up for ‘habitat restoration in the Cam River system’ on a July direction to Waimakariri District Council by the Environment Court.Improving Water Governance in New Zealand: stakeholder views of catchment management processes and plans Policy Quarterly – V olume 7, Issue 4 – November – Page 19 References.PDF | The paper uses the approach of “nested adaptive systems” to establish an operational definition of sustainable management of three significant | Find, read and cite all the research.