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Optimising Camera Traps for Monitoring Small Mammals
Practical techniques are required to monitor invasive animals, which are often cryptic and occur at low density. Camera traps have potential for this purpose, but may have problems detecting andExpand
Tradeoffs between soil, water, and carbon -- a national scale analysis from New Zealand.
The tradeoffs between the regulation of soil erosion, provision of fresh water, and climate regulation associated with new Pinus radiata forests in New Zealand are explored using national models.Expand
TREE ROOTS AND SLOPE STABILITY : A COMPARISON BETWEEN PINUS RADIATA AND KANUKA
Increasingly, in the East Coast region of the North Island of New Zealand stands of indigenous regenerating kanuka (Kunzea ericoides var. ericoides (A.Rich.) J.Thompson) are being felled andExpand
Hillslope and wetland hydrodynamics in a tussock grassland, South Island, New Zealand
Previous research on two experimental catchments at the Glendhu Forest (Otago) showed that runoff dynamics from this landscape differ substantially from other areas in New Zealand. In particular, theExpand
Using the WATYIELD Water Balance Model to Predict Catchment Water Yields and Low Flows
The WATYIELD water balance model is designed to help land and water managers make informed decisions on the effects of land-cover changes on catchment runoff. It is a lumped conceptual model ofExpand
Soil and vegetation responses to hydrological manipulation in a partially drained polje fen in New Zealand
Anthropogenic drainage causes loss of natural character in herbaceous wetlands due to increased soil oxygen penetration. We related vegetation gradients in a New Zealand polje fen to long-termExpand
Soil water status and water table depth modelling using electromagnetic surveys for precision irrigation scheduling
Abstract Electromagnetic surveys have been used to quantify soil variability with respect to soil water storage in an irrigated maize field. A fluctuating water table sub-irrigates the crop in someExpand
A method for stability analysis of vegetated hillslopes: an energy approach
Stability analyses of vegetated hillslopes are usually carried out by the limit equilibrium (LE) method where shear displacement is not taken into account. Experiments show that soil with roots pro...
WIRELESS SOIL MOISTURE SENSOR NETWORKS FOR PRECISION IRRIGATION SCHEDULING
Advanced nutrient management aims to optimise plant nutrient use and minimise deleterious environmental effects. Precision irrigation tools tackle this issue by controlling soil moisture statusExpand
Sediment modelling with fine temporal and spatial resolution for a hilly catchment
The suitability of the physically based model SHETRAN for simulating sediment generation and delivery with a high degree of spatial (20 m) and temporal (sub-hourly) resolution was assessed throughExpand
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