Research Publications for Munir (Munro) Morad

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  • Jay, M. M., & Morad, M. (1997). The conservation of New Zealand's biological heritage and the role of environmental planners. In New Zealand Studies Conference. Conference held at Belfast, Ireland, 1998.

  • Morad, M., & Jay, M. (1997). The control, environmental sustainability and information management of Maori land in New Zealand. International Journal of Environmental Education and Information, 16(3), 107-122.

  • Choudhry, S., Bardsley, W. E., & Morad, M. (1997). DEM errors and their effects on surface runoff modeling. In CMWR 4th International Conference on Computer Methods & Water Resources. Conference held at Byblos, Lebanon.

  • Choudhry, S., Bardsley, W. E., & Morad, M. (1997). Rainfall-runoff modelling of the Opuiaki River, New Zealand using GIS. In 24th Hydrology , Water Resources Symposium. Conference held at Auckland.

  • Morad, M., & Jay, M. (1997). The reform of Maori land tenure and the quest for sustainability in New Zealand. Development Bulletin, 41, 44-46.

  • Chalmers, L., & Morad, M. (1997). Applications of satellite imagery in the geography classroom. In Bliss Elaine (Ed.), Geo.Ed.97 Kaupapa Aro Whenua Geographical Education Conference Vol. New Zealand Geographical Society Conference Series No 19 (pp. 116-119). Hamilton: New Zealand Geographical Society.

  • Morad, M., & Jay, G. M. (1997). Cadastral reform of indigenous land information and environmental sustainability in New Zealand. Surveying and Land Information Systems, 57(2), 120-123.

  • Morad, M., & Morad, L. (1995). Medical geography of psychiatric care: a case study of the Waikato region. In Forer, Pip, & P. Perry (Eds.), 18th New Zealand Geographical Society Conference (pp. 57-62). Hamilton: New Zealand Geographical Society.


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