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  • Lake-filled depressions resulting from cold gas discharge in the Ngawha Geothermal Field, New Zealand

    Authors
    J. Cassidy, Stuart F. Simmons, S.P. Harris
    Journal
    Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
    Year
    2005
    Within the high temperature Ngawha geothermal field, there are four roughly circular, lake-filled depressions that are associated with cold gas discharge, thermal springs, peat deposits and lake sedim... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Numerical simulations of wind and temperature structure within an Alpine lake basin, Lake Tekapo, New Zealand

    Authors
    Andy Sturman, Peyman Zawar-Reza, M. Kossmann, H. McGowan
    Journal
    Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics
    Year
    2004
    High-resolution numerical model simulations have been used to study the local and mesoscale thermal circulations in an Alpine lake basin. The lake (87 km2) is situated in the Southern Alps, New Zealan... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Analysis of the wind field and heat budget in an alpine lake basin during summertime fair weather conditions

    Authors
    Andy Sturman, Peyman Zawar-Reza, M. Kossmann, H.A. McGowan, A.J. Oliphant, I.F. Owens, R.A. Spronken-Smith
    Journal
    Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics
    Year
    2002
    Observational data collected in the Lake Tekapo hydro catchment of the Southern Alps in New Zealand are used to analyse the wind and temperature fields in the alpine lake basin during summertime fair ... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Observations of foehn onset in the Southern Alps, New Zealand

    Authors
    Andy Sturman, Peyman Zawar-Reza, M. Kossmann, H.A. McGowan
    Journal
    Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics
    Year
    2002
    Local scale windfield and air mass characteristics during the onset of two foehn wind events in an alpine hydrocatchment are presented. Grounding of the topographically modified foehn was found to be ... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE

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