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The longevity of cultivation in decreasing the potential for phosphorus loss in runoff

Phosphorus (P) loss from highly fertilised grazed pastures can impair surface water quality. High P concentrations in grazed pastures are maintained to boost legume production,…
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Collective storytelling as a river restoration tool: The role of catchment communities in inspiring environmental change

In Aotearoa New Zealand, catchment communities have been actively working to restore the health of their rivers, in some cases for many decades. Their knowledge…
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Linking the taniwha and dragon: Māori primary exports into China and culturally aligned value chains

Māori primary producers have focused their export attention to China, with many seeking to turn supply chains into value chains. Little attention is paid to…
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Phosphorus and iron-oxide transport from a hydrologically isolated grassland hillslope

Losses of N, P and Fe in drainage responded differently to waterlogging. Moderate nitrate concentration prevented Fe–P dissolution and loss in drainage. Low nitrate concentrations…
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Phenotyping early-vigour in oat cover crops to assess plant-trait effects across environments

Early-vigour is a plant trait phenotypically characterised by a rapid expansion of leaf area in early stages of crop growth, before canopy closure. Although early-vigour…
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Limiting grazing periods combined with proper housing can reduce nutrient losses from dairy systems

Pasture-based and grass-fed branding are often associated with consumer perceptions of improved human health, environmental performance and animal welfare. Here, to examine the impacts of…
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A Proposed New Approach to Identify Limiting Factors in Assessing Land Suitability for Sustainable Land Management

Making optimal use of scarce resources in developing countries is a major challenge for sustainable crop production. Characterization of factors limiting crop production is an…
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Resilience is a meaningful, measurable trait of communities

Community resilience can be quantified using available data to inform policy decisions. Identifying vulnerable or deprived communities in New Zealand is straightforward because social, cultural…
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