David Hawke
David Hawke
Academic Staff Member (Part-time), Ara Institute of Canterbury
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Isotopic evidence for oligotrophication of terrestrial ecosystems
JM Craine, AJ Elmore, L Wang, J Aranibar, M Bauters, P Boeckx, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (11), 1735-1744, 2018
Competitive adsorption of phosphate on goethite in marine electrolytes
D Hawke, PD Carpenter, KA Hunter
Environmental science & technology 23 (2), 187-191, 1989
Ionic interactions of divalent metals in natural waters
FJ Millero, DJ Hawke
Marine Chemistry 40 (1-2), 19-48, 1992
Equilibrium adsorption of thorium by metal oxides in marine electrolytes
KA Hunter, DJ Hawke, LK Choo
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 52 (3), 627-636, 1988
Incorporation of marine‐derived nutrients from petrel breeding colonies into stream food webs
JS Harding, DJ Hawke, RN Holdaway, MJ Winterbourn
Freshwater Biology 49 (5), 576-586, 2004
Soil indicators of pre-European seabird breeding in New Zealand at sites identified by predator deposits
RN Holdaway, DJ Hawke, JE Causer, S Ogden
Soil Research 37 (1), 103-114, 1999
Avian assimilation and dispersal of carbon and nitrogen brought ashore by breeding Westland petrels (Procellaria westlandica): a stable isotope study
DJ Hawke, RN Holdaway
Journal of Zoology 266 (4), 419-426, 2005
The relationship between soil solution pH and Al3+ concentrations in a range of South Island (New Zealand) soils
ML Adams, DJ Hawke, NHS Nilsson, KJ Powell
Soil Research 38 (1), 141-154, 2000
Flow-injection analysis applied to the kinetic determination of reactive (toxic) aluminium: comparison of chromophores
DJ Hawke, HKJ Powell
Analytica Chimica Acta 299 (2), 257-268, 1994
Hydrology and near‐surface nutrient distribution along the South Otago continental shelf, New Zealand, in summer and winter 1986
DJ Hawke
New Zealand journal of marine and freshwater research 23 (3), 411-420, 1989
Determination of the aluminium complexing capacity of fulvic acids and natural waters, with examples from five New Zealand rivers
DJ Hawke, KJ Powell, JE Gregor
Marine and freshwater research 47 (1), 11-17, 1996
Inventories and elemental accumulation in peat soils of forested seabird breeding islands, southern New Zealand
DJ Hawke, J Newman
Soil Research 42 (1), 45-48, 2004
Stable isotopic (δ15N, δ13C) analysis of wood in trees growing in past and present colonies of burrow‐nesting seabirds in New Zealand. I. δ15N in two species of conifer …
RN Holdaway, DJ Hawke, OM Hyatt, GC Wood
Journal of the Royal Society of new Zealand 37 (2), 75-84, 2007
Equilibrium modelling of interferences in the visible spectrophotometric determination of aluminium (III): Comparison of the chromophores chrome azurol S, eriochrome cyanine R …
DJ Hawke, HKJ Powell, SL Simpson
Analytica chimica acta 319 (3), 305-314, 1996
Variability of δ15N in soil and plants at a New Zealand hill country site: correlations with soil chemistry and nutrient inputs
DJ Hawke
Soil Research 39 (2), 373-383, 2001
Carbon‐13 and nitrogen‐15 enrichment in coastal forest foliage from nutrient‐poor and seabird‐enriched sites in southern New Zealand
DJ Hawke, J Newman
New Zealand Journal of Botany 45 (2), 309-315, 2007
Uptake of Fe (II) and Mn (II) on chitin as a model organic phase
DJ Hawke, S Sotolongo, FJ Millero
Marine chemistry 33 (3), 201-212, 1991
Soil P in a forested seabird colony: inventories, parent material contributions, and N: P stoichiometry
DJ Hawke
Soil Research 43 (8), 957-962, 2005
Soil solution chemistry at a Westland-petrel breeding colony, New Zealand-Paleoecological implications
DJ Hawke, HKJ Powell
Soil Research 33 (6), 915-924, 1995
Maximum possible age of a petrel breeding colony near Punakaiki (South Island, New Zealand) from radiocarbon and stable isotope analysis of soil
DJ Hawke
Journal of the Royal society of New Zealand 34 (1), 1-7, 2004
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