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Macro and micromorphological changes in relation to land use of selected soils in the Gisborne district.
An Interpretation of the Late Pleistocene and Recent paleosols of the Plimmerton area, Wellington.
The Nutrient requirements of a selection of soils in South Otago and eastern Southland as they relate to the soils, chemistry and degree of morphological development.
The m=Mapping and pedologic interpretations of the soils of Woodville district.
Aokautere ash in the Manawatu district, New Zealand and its significance to soils.
The Waimahia ash.
The Fate of applied phosphate in a N.Z. yellow-grey earth, as influenced by phosphate carriers and soil reactions.
Loess, and its erosion, on the Port Hills.
The Relative significance of iron-binding and aluminium-binding of phosphate in soils representative of the main N.Z. genetic groupings as revealed by fractionation methods and by phosphate fixation studies in the laboratory.
Isotope exchange kinetics applied to soil problems.
Quaternary geology (6)
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Victoria University of Wellington (21)
Massey University (8)
Lincoln University (4)
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New Zealand (8)
North Island (4)
Franz Josef Glacier (2)
Palmerston North (2)
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Chilton Valley (1)
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