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Land use capability of the Mararoa River catchment, Southland, New Zealand
Graham Alexander Dunbar
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|Statement||by G. A. Dunbar, R. C. Prickett [and] G. Howard.|
|Series||Land use capability survey; bulletin, 1|
|Contributions||Prickett, R. C. 1917-, Howard, G., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD1120.5.Z8 M374|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||72196606|
Before the Southland Regional Council (Environment Southland) Hearing Commissioners Under the Resource Management Act (RMA) worked in New Zealand, Finland, Denmark, Australia and Antarctica. My research Mararoa River and at some sites in the Lower Waiau River. Frederick Tuckett scanned the Southland coast in , seeking land for a Free Church of Scotland settlement. However, he decided on Otago Harbour, further north. In Captain John Stokes of HMS Acheron, during its marathon charting of the New Zealand coast, climbed Bluff Hill and was excited by the view of ‘an extensive plain in form not.
The Mavora Lakes, located in the upper catchment of the Mararoa River, are one of the conservation treasures of Southland in the southern South Island of New Zealand. These wetlands are located on the terminal moraine below the South Mavora Lake, and were photographed two days after a winter storm had delivered snow falls to low levels. Peak Time; Aparima River at Dunrobin: 22/05/ a.m. 15/05/ a.m. Aparima River at Etalvale: 22/05/ a.m.
The Land Use in Rural New Zealand (LURNZ) model is a simulation model that predicts overall shifts in land use at a national scale and then allocates those changes spatially. Figure 1 shows how we expect land use and land quality to interact when farmers apply their land to the use . New Zealand has international emissions-reduction targets to meet (or pay for not meeting them), and this will have a bearing on land-use choices and farming systems. Mike Hedley, professor of soil science at Massey University’s Institute of Agriculture and Environment, says two-thirds of the country’s ruminant emissions come from dairy.
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Get this from a library. Land use capability of the Mararoa River catchment, Southland, New Zealand. [G A Dunbar; R C Prickett; G Howard; New Zealand. NZLRI Land Use Capability The New Zealand Land Resource Inventory (NZLRI) is a national database of physical land resource information.
It comprises two sets of data compiled using stereo aerial photography, published and unpublished reference material, and extensive field work.
The Lake Rotorua Catchment Map provides a broad overview of how the climate affects the catchment and a useful way tool to see how your property is affected by rain, soil and slope of the land. Useful tips: Click on the double arrows icon top left to access the map layers. Turn each map layer on.
The following drawings show typical low, medium and high catchment river profiles as well as examples of actual river berm widths in Southland.
Mararoa River – Low Section ( km downstream of Lagoon Creek confluence) Southland channel 86 m Total (active channel + floodway + berm) m Difference m Oreti River – Mid Section.
Inventory, land-use capability and extended legend information can be used in planning at national, regional, district, and catchment levels.
On a national level, for example, Electricorp via a consortium of consultants, used the NZLRI to plan a corridor for routeing new transmission lines.
The results of these investigations being the most likely to improve catchment models and a conceptual understanding of land use losses and pathways of losses. This was developed under the premise that any attempt at catchment scale modelling needs to start with as accurate land use and land use loss information as possible.
Land Use Capability of the Kaituna River Catchment Bay of Plenty Region North Island New Zealand. Land Use Capability Survey Bulletin 2. National Water and Soil Conservation : Heinrich Schima.
Welcome to Mararoa Cottage, cosy self-contained accommodation in a rural setting near Te Anau, gateway to Fiordland National Park. Mararoa Cottage, Fiordland | Southland, New Zealand Skip to. By ENVIRONMENT SOUTHLAND () Environmental Data. FLOOD WARNING: OFF. Sites In: Type. Download the complete EDI pdf (kb).
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use land in a way that would achieve these aims. Catchment boards. The act set up catchment districts, and the Soil Conservation and Rivers Control Council established catchment boards (with elected and non-elected members).
The main purpose of the boards was to minimise and prevent damage by floods and erosion. A Land Use Capability (LUC) rating of the ability of each polygon to sustain agricultural production, based on an assessment of the inventory factors above, climate, the effects of past land use, and the potential for erosion.
The NZLRI covers the country. New Zealand Land Resource Inventory, a country-wide database prepared between and This database provided national Land Use Capability assessment standards.
A panel of regional council land management advisors experienced in Land Use Capability assessments has participated in the process through workshops and reviews. individuals and communities deciding how to use land.
Land use change report. Download the land use change report [PDF, MB] The Ministry for Primary Industries commissioned AgFirst – an agricultural consulting company – to do the report. It looks at the current drivers and barriers to changing the use of land in New Zealand.
Dominant land uses in New Zealand include conservation (eg national and forestry parks), forestry (eg for timber resources/wood supply), urban (eg built up areas and open parkland), and agriculture and horticulture.
Each land use places different pressures on the land and on receiving environments such as waterways. 5 Moran, W. ‘Land use, distance and rural land use change’, New Zealand Geographer, 34, 2, 6 Le Heron, R B and Roche, M M () "Expanding Exotic Forestry and the expansion of a competing use for rural land in New Zealand", Journal of Rural Studies, 1, 3, 7 Land and Water Forum.
Report of the Land and Water Forum. The River Environment Classification system is a powerful resource management tool. It organises and maps information about the physical characteristics of New Zealand’s rivers, including catchment climate, topography, geology and land cover.
Information is mapped by individual river segment for New Zealand’s entire river network – over File Size: 5MB. Maps & Data By ENVIRONMENT SOUTHLAND () beacon. Airsheds.
Use this application to view the Invercargill and Gore Airshed boundaries. beacon. Basic. Use this application to view a basic map of Southland, including Roads, Towns and Property Boundaries. Water and Land. Use this application to view the spatial layers refered to in.
Organisations can use the LUCAS New Zealand Land Use Map to monitor changes in their own land management practices. Download the land use map The latest version of the LUCAS New Zealand Land Use Map (LUM) is available free for download (registration required) with Creative Commons licensing from the MfE Data Service.
change incorporated in the Land Use in Rural New Zealand model (LURNZ). At the time of writing, LURNZ is the only national-level land-use model of New Zealand. While developed for New Zealand, the model provides an intuitive algorithm that would be straightforward to apply to different locations and at different spatial Size: 1MB.
River Environment Classification Catchment Order 6 () - Ministry for the Environment | New Zealand | GIS Map Data - Download GIS data as Shapefile (SHP), DWG, MapInfo, CSV, Google Earth (KML). A catchment is a polygon that defines the upstream watershed of a river system or sub-system.
Land cover within the catchment was used to. A Note To Overseas Visitors: Fishing flies which are clean and dry are not confiscated by New Zealand Customs officials when you arrive in the it can be tempting to carry a large number of different patterns and sizes most New Zealand anglers agree that it is better to carry a smaller selection of patterns in a good variety of sizes.Land use; Māori values for land use planning.
Whakataukī 'Ka mau tonu ngā tāonga tapu o ngā matua tupuna Koinei ngā tāonga i tuku iho, nā te Atua' 'Hold fast to the treasures of the ancestors for they are the treasures that have been handed down to us by God' 'Kia whakatomuri te haere ki mua'.The work included developing a large number of GIS coverages of the catchment: sub-catchments, maunga (mountains), rivers and streams, placenames, cultural sites, land systems, Land Use Capability.