3 edition of Soils, agriculture, and forestry of Waiotapu Region, Central North Island, New Zealand (Guthrie, Waiotapu, Rerewhakaaitu, Atiamuri, Reporoa Districts) found in the catalog.
Soils, agriculture, and forestry of Waiotapu Region, Central North Island, New Zealand (Guthrie, Waiotapu, Rerewhakaaitu, Atiamuri, Reporoa Districts)
C. G. Vucetich
by New Zealand Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research in Wellington
Written in English
|Statement||by C. G. Vucetich and N. Wells.|
|Series||New Zealand Soil Bureau bulletin ; 31, Soil Bureau bulletin ;, 31.|
|Contributions||Wells, Norman, 1927- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||S599.N56 A3 no. 31, S599.75.A92 A3 no. 31|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||80465337|
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Get this from a library. Soils, agriculture, and forestry of Waiotapu region, central North Island, New Zealand (Guthrie, Waiotapu, Rerewhakaaitu, Atiamuri, Reporoa district). [C G Vucetich; N Wells; New Zealand.
Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.; New Zealand. Soil Bureau.]. Intensity of response to a fertiliser or a combination of fertilisers is given if it is known. 8 Forestry The forestry information is based on that published in 'Soils of South Island' (New Zealand Soil Bureau ) and on forestry data supplied by Mr G.
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- Extended legend of soil map of Manawatu County, North Island, New Zealand. levels of topsoils of the Waiotapu region surrounding Te Kopia are generally central North Island, New Zealand, and its relation to ground temperature.
Soils, agriculture and forestry of. This map shows the locations of the main soil types in the North Island. Most noticeably, Granular and Oxidic soils are limited to the warmer Northland and South Auckland regions, and Allophanic and Pumice soils derived from volcanic ash are concentrated in the central part of the island.
Floods, drought, wind, earthquakes, lightning strikes and volcanoes are all natural pressures which affect soil and vegetation. At various times before and after the last ice age these pressures have briefly affected different parts of New Zealand, damaging forests, causing periods of accelerated erosion or laying down the foundations of new soil layers.
VUCETICH, C.G.; WELLS, N. Soils, agriculture and forestry of Waiotapu Region, Central North Island, New Zealand. N.Z. Soil Bureau Bulletin 31 p. TAYLOR, N.H.; POHLEN, I.J. Soil Survey Method. N.Z. Soil Bureau Bulletin 25 p. 44 APPENDIX NOTES ON SOIL INFORMATION SHEETS Soil Name In the field an attempt is made to subdivide.
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These bulletins present detailed information of major soil surveys on areas of importance to agriculture, forestry or urban development. They were published from and are usually accompanied by one or more maps and an extended legend. In the Waikato region, pastoral farming (58 percent) and exotic forestry (12 percent) are the main productive land uses.
Check out the Waikato region's main land uses on our r egional land use map. Find out more about our monitoring of land use change in the Region. SOILS OF MANAWATU COUNTY, NORTH ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND EXPLANATORY NOTES TO ACCOMPANY SOIL MAP AND EXTENDED LEGEND J.D, COWIE & VI.C, RlJKSE Palmerston North Part of NEW ZEALAND SOIL SURVEY REPORT 30 New Zealand Soil Bureau Department of Scientific and Industrial Research Wellington, New Zealand ().
Soils, agriculture, and forestry of Waiotapu region, central North Island, New Zealand. Some ash showers of the central North Island. Some physical properties of allophane soils from the North Island, New Zealand.
Some primary mineral to clay mineral transformations in New Zealand tephras and tephra-derived soils. INTRODUCTION TO TEPHRA-DERIVED SOILS AND FARMING, WAIKATO-BAY OF PLENTY, NORTH ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND WINTERIM University of Wisconsin Platteville, USA, and University of Waikato, New Zealand, January David J.
Lowe and Megan R. Balks School of Science (Earth Sciences) University of Waikato, Hamilton. Soils, agriculture, and forestry of Waiotapu region, central North Island, New Zealand.
Soils, forestry and agriculture of the northern part, Kaingaroa State Forest and the Galatea Basin. Contact Us.
U.S. Forest Service Rangelands Management and Vegetation Ecology Independence Ave SW 3rd Floor SW Mailstop Washington DC The softs in the study area were mapped in the Kaingaroa soil set by New Zealand Soil Bureau (), the typifying type being Kaingaroa silty sand, a very strongly leached yellow-brown pumice soil (New Zealand Soil Bureau, ), a Typic Vitrandept, cindery and mesic, in the USDA classification (Soil Survey Staff, ).
METHODS Field. Dons, A. Hydrology and sediment regime of a pasture, native forest, and a pine forest catchment in the central North Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science. Duncan, M.J. Flow regimes of New Zealand rivers. In Waters of New Zealand, edited by M.P.
Mosley. NZ Hydrological Society: Wellington. The Web Soil Survey allows you to create custom reports by selecting a specific area of interest.
In the table below, clicking on a survey area that is listed as "current" takes you to the Web Soil Survey. Historical and supplemental documents are available below.
Printed soil survey reports were the main source of soils information from PDF | On Jan 1,M. C. Smale and others published Resilience to fire of Dracophyllum subulatum frost flat heathland, central North Island, New Zealand | Find, read and cite all the research.