Hydro-electric power development and environmental conservation in Southland, Otago and Mackenzie Country / by D.H. Jones.

By: Jones, D.H. (Desmond Hector), 1926-1984.
Contributor(s): New Zealand. Electricity Division.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Wellington, N.Z.] : New Zealand Electricity, 1981Description: 101 pages : illustrations. (1 colour), maps (3 colour) ; 30 cm.Other title: Hydro-electric power development & environmental conservation in Southland, Otago, Mackenzie country [Cover title].Subject(s): LAGAROSIPHON MAJOR | HYDROELECTRIC POWER GENERATION | SOUTHLAND | OTAGO | CLUTHA RIVER | WAITAKI RIVER | WAIAU RIVER (SOUTHLAND) | LAKE TE ANAU | LAKE MANAPOURI | LAKE HAWEA | RECREATIONAL USE | MARAROA RIVER | LAKES | LAKE WANAKA | LAKE WAKATIPU | LAKE PUKAKI | LAKE TEKAPO | ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS | WATER STORAGE | MACKENZIE COUNTRY | CATCHMENTS | NEW ZEALAND | ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION | HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANTSHoldings: CHRISTCHURCH: 621.311.21(931.33) HYD | GRETA POINT: 621.311.21(931.3) JON Abstract: The general outcome of hydro-electric development in Southland, Otago and the Mackenzie Basin demonstrates that it is possible to construct large power supply installations and at the same time conserve, if not actually enhance, those environmental and social values associated with our natural resources which are highly valued throughout the community. This publication outlines the basis of the electricity industry in general and describes the environmental aspects of the installations in the region southwards and including the Waitaki River catchment
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3 coloured maps in back pocket.

Includes bibliographical references: pages 65-77.

The general outcome of hydro-electric development in Southland, Otago and the Mackenzie Basin demonstrates that it is possible to construct large power supply installations and at the same time conserve, if not actually enhance, those environmental and social values associated with our natural resources which are highly valued throughout the community. This publication outlines the basis of the electricity industry in general and describes the environmental aspects of the installations in the region southwards and including the Waitaki River catchment

CHRISTCHURCH: 621.311.21(931.33) HYD

GRETA POINT: 621.311.21(931.3) JON

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