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Stressor-response relationships and the prospective management of aquatic ecosystems

We set out a framework for interpreting S-R relationships in terms of functional forms, trajectories, thresholds and slopes. These characteristics convey information about resistance to…
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Connecting Soil Water Quality

Connecting Soil and Water Quality

Linking soil quality and water quality to low and high N-pressure catchments
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Meteorological drought in Northland, NZ: A regional and local analysis using copulas

Meteorological drought is a significant and recurring hazard in Northland, where eight droughts have been recorded since 1900. An analysis characterised by severity, duration, and…
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The impact of composting shelters on New Zealand dairy farms

Composting shelters are attracting growing interest from dairy farmers looking to operate more efficient, resilient and profitable businesses. This video (te reo Māori subtitles) presents…
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Consumer Focus // The Value Compass

The price final consumers are willing to pay drives all value in the value chain. Hence, a value chain needs to understand how different groups…
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Impact of delivering green dairy products on farm in New Zealand

This paper aims to explore whether consumers' willingness-to-pay (WTP) a price premium could incentivise dairy farmers to deliver products with credence attributes (CAs) in New…
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Taramea perfume in New York

Online tool to access and analyse results of a survey of perfume consumers in New York about their consumer behaviour, preferences, technology use, understanding of…
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Sediment traps in hill country

The farmers have been involved in riparian fencing and planting but saw a need to try and reduce the sediment load of water channels that…
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Wai 262 opportunities for National Science Challenges – webinar

Te Pae Kahurangi, the government’s 2020 CRI review, has signalled changes ahead. While the future of National Science Challenges is unclear, there is still much…
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