Hydrogeology of the Oreti Basin / report preapred for Environment Soutland Sinclair Knight Merz.

By: Hughes, Brydon.
Contributor(s): Environment Southland.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Invercargill, N.Z.] : Environment Southland, 2009Edition: Final.Description: 74 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.Subject(s): HYDROGEOLOGY | ORETI | TOPOGRAPHY | GEOLOGY | HYDROLOGY | SOILS | FLOW RATES | LOW FLOWS | VEGETATION | CLIMATE | GROUNDWATER | PIEZOMETERS | WATER TABLE | HYDRAULIC RESEARCH | AQUIFERS | WATER BALANCE | MODELS | GROUNDWATER QUALITY | ION TRANSPORT | HYDROCHEMISTRY | MONITORING | INVESTIGATIONS | ORETI RIVER | SOUTHLAND | NEW ZEALANDHoldings: Index record. Online resources: Click here to access online Abstract: The Oreti basin encompasses a roughly triangular area of approximately 270 km3 at the western extent of the Waimea Plain in Northern Southland (Figure 1). The area is bounded to the south by the North Range of the Hokonui Hills and to the east and west by foothills of the Mataura Range and Eyre Mountains respectively. The eastern boundary crosses the Waimea Plains approximately 2 km east of the Oreti River following the drainage divide between the Oreti River and Waimea Stream. - Intro.
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"27 July 2005."

Includes five bibliographic references (p. 75)

The Oreti basin encompasses a roughly triangular area of approximately 270 km3 at the western extent of the Waimea Plain in Northern Southland (Figure 1). The area is bounded to the south by the North Range of the Hokonui Hills and to the east and west by foothills of the Mataura Range and Eyre Mountains respectively. The eastern boundary crosses the Waimea Plains approximately 2 km east of the Oreti River following the drainage divide between the Oreti River and Waimea Stream. - Intro.

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