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Hydraulic habitat suitability for periphyton in unenriched streams

by Biggs, Barry John Franklyn; Stokseth, S. -- NIWA Christchurch (N.Z.)

Source: NIWA Christchurch miscellaneous report Publisher: Christchurch, N.Z. : NIWA Christchurch, 1994Availability: No items available
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Ecological corridors : an assessment

by Thomas, C.D. -- New Zealand Dept. of Conservation

Publisher: 1991Holdings: HAMILTON: SERIALS DOCAvailability: No items available Checked out (1).
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Saltmarshes

by Morrisey, D. (NIWA. Hamilton).

Source: Coastal marine ecology of temperate Australia / Underwood, A.J. (University of Sydney, Institute of Marine Ecology. Sydney), Chapman, M.G. (University of Sydney, Institute of Marine Ecology. Sydney).Source: Coastal marine ecology of temperate Australia / Publisher: 1995Availability: No items available
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Minimum flow assessment for native fish in the Onekaka river, Golden Bay

by Richardson, J; Jowett, I.G. (NIWA. Hamilton).

Source: NIWA science and technology series. Publisher: Hamilton, NZ : NIWA Hamilton, 1995Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: Items available for reference: WELLINGTON (1 ).
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Fish behavior and its use in the capture and culture of fishes: Proceedings of the Conference on the Physiological and Behavioral Manipulation of Food Fish as Production and Management Tools, Bellagio, Italy, 3-8 November 1977, held jointly by the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology and the International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, Manila

by Bardach, John E; Magnuson, J. J; May, R. C; Reinhart, J. M. -- International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management; Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology -- Conference on the Physiological Manipulation of Food Fish as Production and Management Tools (1977 : Bellagio, Italy).

Source: ICLARM conference proceedings Publisher: Manila : ICLARM, 1980Availability: No items available
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Instream habitat use by blue duck on Tongariro River

by Collier, K. J; Wakelin, M. D.

Source: NIWA science and technology series. Publisher: Hamilton, N.Z. : NIWA, 1995Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
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Spatial ecology : the role of space in population dynamics and interspecific interaction

by Tilman, David; Kareiva, Peter M.

Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1998Holdings: GRETA POINT: 574.2/.3 SPAAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [574.2/.3 SPA] (1).
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Vegetation of Stewart Island, New Zealand : a suppliment [i.e. supplement] to the New Zealand journal of botany, 1987

by Wilson, Hugh Dale; Wassilieff, Margaret.

Publisher: Wellington, NZ : SIPC, 1987Holdings: GRETA POINT: 581.9(931) VEGAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [581.9(931) VEG] (1).
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Fundamentals of aquatic ecology

by Barnes, R. S. K. (Richard Stephen Kent); Mann, K. H. (Kenneth Henry).

Edition: 2nd ed. Publisher: Oxford : Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1991Other title: Fundamentals of aquatic ecosystems.Holdings: GRETA POINT: 574.5 FUNAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [574.5 FUN] (1).
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An introduction to the biology of the seahorse H. abdominalis

by Lovett, Jennifer Margaret. -- University of Tasmania

Publisher: Hobart, Tas: University of Tasmania, 1969Holdings: GRETA POINT: 597.53 INTAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [597.53 INT] (1).
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Attributes of Wisconsin lake plants

by Nichols, Stanley A; Vennie, James G.

Publisher: 1991Holdings: HAMILTON: QK 105 NIC 1991Availability: No items available Checked out (1).
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Life at the edge : readings from Scientific American magazine

by Gould, James L; Grant Gould, Carol.

Publisher: New York : W.H. Freeman and Company, 1989Other title: Scientific American; Life at the edge : readings from Scientific American magazine.Holdings: GRETA POINT: 57 LIFAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [57 LIF] (1).
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Maketu Estuary restoration strategy : a proposal to Central and Local Government

by Richmond, C. J; Forbes, S. P. -- New Zealand Dept. of Conservation. Bay of Plenty Conservancy.

Publisher: Rotorua : Department of Conservation, Bay of Plenty Conservancy, 1990Holdings: GRETA POINT: 556.54(931.217) RICAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [556.54(931.217) RIC] (1).
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Port Phillip Bay fish habitats - 1995

by Gunthorpe, Leanne; Garnham, John; Vlassopoulos, Ari.

Source: Assessment report / Fisheries Victoria. Publisher: Melbourne, Victoria : Fisheries Victoria, 1997Availability: No items available
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Gippsland Lakes fish habitats - 1997

by Gunthorpe, Leanne.

Source: Assessment report / Fisheries Victoria. Publisher: Melbourne, Victoria : Fisheries Victoria, 1997Availability: No items available
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The biology of polar habitats

by Fogg, G.E.

Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1998Holdings: GRETA POINT: 574.5(211) FAGAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [574.5(211) FOG] (1).
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Summary of proposed indicators for the marine environment

by -- New ZealandMinistry for the Environment

Publisher: Wellington : Ministry for the Environment, 1998Holdings: GRETA POINT: 502.5(931) SUMAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [502.5(931) SUM] (1).
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An introduction to applied biogeography

by Spellerberg, I. F; Sawyer, J.W.D.

Publisher: Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press, 1999Holdings: CHRISTCHURCH : 574.9 SPEAvailability: No items available Checked out (1).
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Patterns in freshwater fish ecology

by Matthews, William J. (William John).

Publisher: New York : Chapman & Hall, ©1998Holdings: GRETA POINT: 597:591.5 MATAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [597:591.5 MAT] (1).
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Native fish and minimum flows in the Kakanui River

by Jowett, Ian G. -- New ZealandDept. of Conservation.; New Zealand Dept. of Conservation. Otago Conservancy.

Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Dept. of Conservation, c1994Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: Items available for reference: WELLINGTON [ONLINE] (1 ).
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A further report on conditions affecting the well-being of trout in New Zealand

by Phillips, J. S; Hefford, A. E. -- New Zealand Marine Dept.

Publisher: Wellington : W. A. G. Skinner, govt. printer, 1931Holdings: Index record, see serial title.Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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The biology of streams and rivers

by Giller, Paul S; Malmqvist, Bjorn.

Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1998Holdings: GRETA POINT: 577.6 BIOAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [577.6 BIO] (1).
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Sampling of newly-settled snapper, (Pagrus auratus) and identification of preferred habitats in Port Phillip Bay : a pilot study

by Hamer, P; Jenkins, G; Welsford, D. -- Victoria Marine and Freshwater Resources Institute.; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (Australia)

Source: FRDC project Publisher: {Melbourne} : Marine & Freshwater Resources Institute , 1996Availability: No items available
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Predictive modelling of carrying capacities of oyster (Crassostrea gigas) farming areas in Tasmania

by Crawford, Christine; Mitchell, Iona; Brown, Andrew. -- Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (Australia)

Source: FRDC project Publisher: [S.l.] : Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, 1996Availability: No items available
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Threatened plants of New Zealand

by Wilson, C.M; Given, D.R. -- New ZealandDept. of Scientific and Industrial Research

Source: DSIR information series / Publisher: Wellington : DSIR Publishing, 1989Availability: No items available

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