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Sustainable land use for the dry tussock grasslands in the South Island.

Sustainable land use for the dry tussock grasslands in the South Island.

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Published by Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand,
  • South Island,
  • South Island.
    • Subjects:
    • Pastures -- New Zealand -- South Island -- Management.,
    • Land use, Rural -- New Zealand -- South Island.,
    • Grasslands -- New Zealand -- South Island.,
    • Rabbits -- Control -- New Zealand -- South Island.,
    • Hawkweeds -- Control -- New Zealand -- South Island.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsNew Zealand. Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB202.N45 S87 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1607900M
      ISBN 100908804253
      LC Control Number91146297
      OCLC/WorldCa29954227

      tussock grassland INTRODUCTION The natural vegetation of South Island, New Zealand, high-country farming systems is mainly short native tussocks. Tall-tussock grassland (especially Chionochloa spp.) is primarily found above about m a.s.l. Tussock grasslands are a comparatively recent vegetation type on all but the.   How much high country land has Labour acquired? In , the Labour-led government set its sights on acquiring million ha of tussock grassland from pastoral leases in the South Island high country (about 60% of the million ha of land in pastoral lease in January ).

      Grassland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search. Extensive pastoralism in the tussock grasslands of the South Island has, to some extent, become part of the cultural identity of New Zealand. • Sustainable management of the land resources of the high country has importance for many aspects of the District's well-being. Stable and viable.

      Factors predisposing short-tussock grasslands to Hieracium invasion in Marlborough, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 22(2): (Journal Article, ) McIntosh P, Lynn I, Lilburne L, Kingsbury M, Giddens K Is the soil carbon resource of dry South Island mountain ranges being accurately assessed? New Zealand soil news 46(1. This report examines changes in the South Island high country of New Zealand from the time of the arrival of Polynesians up to At first, much of the land was forest-covered; extensive grasslands existed only in the dry basins of Central Otago and the Mackenzie Country. With the exception of moa, grazing and browsing animals were absent.


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Sustainable land use for the dry tussock grasslands in the South Island Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Sustainable land use for the dry tussock grasslands in the South Island. [New Zealand. Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment.]. Book. Full-text available. May ; Sustainable Land Use for the Dry Tussock Grasslands, in the South Island.

Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Helen. Author: Mark Belton. Created Date: 6/23/ AM. Created Date: 7/22/ PM. We use a case study set in the South Island tussock grasslands of New Zealand to reflect on some of the social elements required to support ongoing collaborative monitoring and adaptive management.

We begin by siting the case study within its wider policy context to show how this influences the choice and application of scientific by: 7. survey showed hawkweeds dominate ground cover (greater than 50%) on over half a million hectares of drier high country, and are conspicuous (% of cover), and increasing, over another million hectares.

The Hawkweed dominance zone generally corresponds with area of most severely degraded dry high-country grassland. Hawkweed and rabbits can be seen as symptoms of land degradation rather than. Short Tussock Grasslands - Pres short tussock grassland covered considerable areas of the eastern South Island from sea level up to between and metres high - In many places it invaded areas where forest had been cleared, and tall tussock grassland had.

We examined the effects of grazing and three exclosure treatments (no grazing, no-grazing plus oversowing, and no grazing plus oversowing plus fertilizer) on soils (Ustochrepts) and biomass of tussock grasslands on hill country under a mean annual rainfall of about – mm in the Benmore Range, South Island, New Zealand.

The tussock grasslands of the South Island of New Zealand run up the eastern slopes of the Southern Alps, and are commonly referred to as the South Island “high country”.

These grasslands are renowned for producing high quality meat and wool for export. At the same time they represent a. Proceedings of the Xth International Grassland Congress. Hughes, H.R.

Sustainable Land Use for the Dry Tussock Grasslands in the South Island. New Zealand Government, Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment. 80 p. IFAD (FIDA). Proyecto de Desarrollo Rural Saraguro, Yacuambi, Republica Del Ecuador.

Rome. IFAD. Geography, climate and land use. The land within the high country varies greatly, from fertile river valleys and fans to cold and relatively infertile mountain tops. The climate is harsh with long winters and often dry summers. More importantly, it is highly variable and unpredictable in any one season.

Plant communities, too, are varied. Online publicatioNs database Online access to 75 years of technical papers published by the Association. REVIEW: Robert Peden, Making Sheep Country: Mount Peel Station and the Transformation of the Tussock Lands, Auckland University Press, Auckland,pp, ISBN Jonathan West [1].

One winter not so long ago I walked with a friend along the El Dorado track, an old gold miners’ route into Central Otago, and then into the snow tussock grasslands of the. A challenging addition to the contentious discourse on cultural identity, indigeneity and land ownership, Calling the Station Home examines the social, spatial, and property practices of New Zealand's high country.

This engaging study combines historical, literary, and ethnographic approaches to draw a fine-grained portrait of tussock-grassland and mountain land families whose material culture. Differences in low flows (represented by the minimum annual 7-day mean) showed a similar trend, and suggest that in dry periods, afforestation of tussock grasslands can reduce water yields by mm day −1.

Higher interception losses from increased canopy evaporation is believed to be the main reason for the reduction in water yield.

view papers Sustainable Farming Practices A decision support system for predicting seasonal rainfall variations in sub-humid and semi-arid high country areas G.K.

HUTCHINSON. Norbury, G. & McGlinchy, A. () The impact of rabbit control on predator sightings in the semi-arid high country of the South Island, New Zealand. Wildlife Research O'Connor, K.F. () The influence of science on the use of tussock grasslands.

Review: Journal of the Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute eastern and southern South Island, forest destruction by fire during Polynesian occupation (Molloy et al. ) led to tall tussock grasslands, dominated by species of Chionochloa (Connor, Connor and MacRaeWardleMark ).

The extent of tall tussock grasslands in the South Island high country at the begin. O’Connor, K. F.,Implications of past exploitation and current developments to the conservation of South Island tussock grasslands, New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 5: 97– Google Scholar O’Connor, K.

F.,Roles for forestry in high country land use, Tussock Grasslands and Mountainlands Institute, Lincoln College, Canterbury. In some eastern areas of the South Island, rainfall is less than mm.

In these areas dry north westerly winds frequently blow, particularly in spring. Given the potential for land degradation in New Zealand’s dry tussock grasslands, it is The sustainable use of land is critical to the success of these industries.

A priority outcome. Sustainable land use for the dry tussock grasslands in the South Island. Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, Wellington, New Zealand. Basher, L.R.; Lynn, I.H. in press: Soil changes associated with the cessation of sheep grazing at two sites in the Canterbury high country.Ph.D.

student Emily Weeks has been investigating land-use changes in the tussock grasslands. She has used satellite imagery to map changes between and The figure shows the changes to the 4 million hectares of tussock grasslands in the South Island.The land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) sector represents a major carbon sink for New Zealand remov Gg CO2-e or per cent of all of New Zealand’s greenhouse gas.