The CLUES project: predicting the effects of land-use on water quality: Stage II / Ross Woods ... [et al].

Contributor(s): Woods, Ross. (NIWA. Christchurch) | Bidwell, Vince. (Lincoln Ventures. Christchurch) | Clothier, Brent. (HortResearch) | Green, Steve. (HortResearch | Elliott, Sandy. (NIWA. Hamilton) | Shankar, Ude. (NIWA. Christchurch) | Harris, Simon. (Harris Consulting.) | Hewiit, Allan. (Landcare Research) | Gibb, Robert. (Landcare Research) | Parfitt, Roger. (Landcare Research) | Wheeler, David. (AgResearch) | New Zealand. Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: NIWA client report; HAM2006-096.Publisher: Wellington [N.Z.] : Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, 2006Description: v, 106 p.. : col. ill., col. maps ; 30 cm.Subject(s): LAND USE | FARMING | LAND MANAGEMENT | WATER QUALITY | CATCHMENTS | SCENARIOS | MODELLING | WATER POLLUTION | SOFTWARE | NEW ZEALAND | SUSTAINABILITY | ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORINGHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Downloaded 6/10/2009Summary: A modelling project to address the effects of land use change on water quality - CLUES, Catchment Land Use for Environment Sustainability. CLUES models nitrogen and phosphorus loads in streams in specific locations under different land-use scenarios. Links to socio-economic models mean that the effects of a large-scale change in land-use, say from grazing livestock to viticulture, on local communities can also be predicted.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 78-81).

A modelling project to address the effects of land use change on water quality - CLUES, Catchment Land Use for Environment Sustainability. CLUES models nitrogen and phosphorus loads in streams in specific locations under different land-use scenarios. Links to socio-economic models mean that the effects of a large-scale change in land-use, say from grazing livestock to viticulture, on local communities can also be predicted.

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