Near-shore Sea Water Quality , Marlborough Sounds

@inproceedings{OLOUGHLIN2005NearshoreSW,
  title={Near-shore Sea Water Quality , Marlborough Sounds},
  author={COLIN O'LOUGHLIN},
  year={2005}
}
  • COLIN O'LOUGHLIN
  • Published 2005
During the late nineteenth century, there was a rapid change in land use over a substantial area of Marlborough north of the Wairau River, including the Sounds, from mixed hardwood, podocarp and beech forests to pasture. Much of the hill country has been unable to sustain an economic level of pastoral farming and is currently in varying stages of reversion. A land use survey over an estimated 288 700 hectares of North Marlborough showed that about 50 % of the area is under an indigenous cover… CONTINUE READING

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