Geology and groundwater resources of the Waimea Plains, Nelson

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Dicker, M.I.J.; Fenemor, A.D.; Johnston, M.R. 1992 Geology and groundwater resources of the Waimea Plains, Nelson. Lower Hutt: DSIR Geology & Geophysics. New Zealand Geological Survey bulletin 106 59 p.

Abstract: The Waimea Plains is a small (75 km2) but highly productive area in the east of the Moutere Depression adjacent to Richmond and Nelson City. The plains are the result of Late Quaternary infilling of a valley carved by the Waimea River in Moutere Gravel of Lower Pleistocene age. The Waimea River has two major tributaries, the Wairoa River which emerges from a gorge in the east and the Wai-iti which also rises in the eastern ranges by flows from the south-west in a valley cut in Moutere Gravel. (auth)