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Ocean wave characteristics around New Zealand
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Nearly 17 years wave records from deep water and shore‐based stations are used to describe the ocean wave characteristics around New Zealand, and there are no strong seasonal rhythms, only shorter period cycles of wave height associated with similar quasi‐rhythmi... Expand
Seafloor Stability Along the Cook Strait Power Cable Corridor
The seabed along the Cook Strait cable corridor is periodically mobilised by strong hydraulic and geologic forces that may also affect cables. Tide-dominant currents shift sand and fine gravel atExpand
Late Quaternary sediment pathways through the deep ocean, east of New Zealand
Late Quaternary sediment pathways through the deep ocean, east of New Zealand, were determined using sand-sized mica tracers in conjunction with physical oceanographic, seismic, and stratigraphicExpand
Further examples of the dinoflagellate genus Ceratium from New Zealand coastal waters
Abstract Eight marine species of the dinoflagellate genus Ceratium are described from New Zealand coastal waters; some notes are given on their morphology and range of variation as seen under theExpand
Stability of an artificially nourished beach, Balaena Bay, Wellington Harbour, New Zealand
Abstract Balaena Bay, Wellington Harbour, New Zealand, has a small pocket beach that was covered originally by pebbles and cobbles. In February and October 1982, the beach was nourished with sandyExpand
Some coastal marine dinoflagellates from around New Zealand
Abstract Species of marine dinoflagellates belonging to the Families Oxytoxaceae, Podolampadaceae, Heterodiniaceae, and Prorocentraceae are described for the first time from New Zealand coastalExpand
Some dinoflagellates of the genus Ceratium from around New Zealand
Six marine species of the dinoflagellate genus Ceratium are described from New Zealand coastal waters. Notes are given on the morphology of the New Zealand representatives of these species as seen inExpand
Observations on the in vitro culture of Cotylurus erraticus (Trematoda: Strigeidae)
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Worms grown in media containing the highest concentration of serum showed the fastest rate of development, measured by the time taken for the first eggs to appear in the uterus, as well as being comparable in structure and histochemistry with those of worms reared in gulls. Expand
Fusarium keratomycosis in the horse.
Dinoflagellates of the genus Dinophysis Ehrenberg from New Zealand coastal waters
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Eight marine species of the Dinoflagel‐late genus Dinophysis are recorded from New Zealand coastal waters and the morphology and range of variation in the New Zealand specimens as seen in the scanning electron microscope is seen. Expand
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