8 edition of Julius Haast in the Southern Alps: found in the catalog.
Julius Haast in the Southern Alps:
C. J. Burrows
by Canterbury University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||215|
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The Haast River drains the western watershed of the Haast is kilometres (62 mi) in length, and enters the Tasman Sea near Haast township. The river's main tributary is the Landsborough River.. The grassy flats on the lower reaches are grazed by cattle owned by the local farmers.⁃ location: Southern Alps. Southern Alps, mountain range on South Island, New is the highest range in Australasia. Making up the loftiest portion of the mountains that extend the length of the island, the Alps extend from Haast Pass, at the head of Wanaka Lake, northeastward to Arthur’s vary in elevation from 3, feet ( metres) to 16 peaks ab feet (3, metres) and culminate in.
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Julius Haast in the Southern Alps on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Julius Haast in the Southern Alps: : Books Skip to main content. This book, illustrated by many of Haast's drawings, focuses on his pioneer scientific work in the central Southern Alps.
Particularly it Julius Haast in the Southern Alps: book his contributions to topographical and geological. 6 Glaciers of the Southern Alps 74; 7 Glaciers of the Southern Alps in the p years 92; 8 Haast and the older glaciations ; 9 Two and a half million years of South Island glaciation ; 10 Julius Haast's scientific achievements in the Southern Alps Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p.
) Subjects: Von. Subject(s): Haast, Julius von, -- Travel -- New Zealand -- Southern Alps | Geology -- New Zealand -- Southern Alps -- History | Geologists -- New Zealand -- Biography | Southern Alps/Kā Tiritiri o te Moana (N.Z.) -- Discovery and exploration DDC classification: z BUR.
Text covers Drury expedition, journeys with Hochstetter, exploration of Nelson area, exploration of the rivers Rangitata and Ashburton inthe Southern Alps, the Philosophical Institute of Canterburythe Opawa Hoax, exploration of the Head-waters of the Rakaira, Gold, George Dobsons murder, the Moa Bone Point Cave, Henry discovery of Haast Pass, Hectors exploration.
The Southern Alps: three facsimile prints of watercolours / by John Gully from drawings by Julius von Haast. Creator. Gully, John, Other Creators. Haast, Julius von, Alexander Turnbull Library. Research Endowment Trust Published.
Wellington North, N.Z.: Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust, Medium [picture]. His book, “Julius Haast in the Southern Alps,” published inretraces Haast’s exploratory journeys in the mountains and examines his theories of glaciation.
But according to Nolden, much of what has been written and repeated about the life of Haast prior to his arrival in New Zealand has been largely based on conjecture.
SCIENCE in Australasia, and especially in New Zealand, has recently sustained a great loss by the death, on August 16 last, of Sir Julius von Haast.
He was born on May 1,at Bonn,where his. The Haast Pass was named after the famous 19th-century explorer, Julius von Haast. It’s the first of three mountain passes that cross New Zealand’s Southern Alps, a beautiful alpine range that runs down the spine of the South Island.
Description Haast Pass is a mountain pass in the Southern Alps of the South Island of New Zealand. It is named for Julius von Haast, a 19th-century explorer who was also geologist for the Provincial government of Canterbury.
The pass was used by Māori in pre-European times, but not on a. Views of the Southern Alps: three reproductions of watercolours / by John Gully from drawings by Julius von Haast.
Also Titled. John Gully prints, Creator. Gully, John, Other Creators. Haast, Julius von, Alexander Turnbull Library. Research Endowment Trust Published. This book, illustrated by many of Haast’s drawings, focuses on his pioneer scientific work in the central Southern Alps.
Particularly it covers his contributions to topographical and geological mapping, and his innovative studies of the glacial geology of the region. His book, “Julius Haast in the Southern Alps,” published inretraces Haast’s exploratory journeys in the mountains and examines his theories of glaciation.
But according to Nolden, much of what has been written and repeated about the life of Haast prior to his arrival in New Zealand has been largely based on conjecture. The Haast Pass (Māori: Tiori Pātea), a mountain pass in the Southern Alps of the South Island of New Zealand, takes its name from Julius von Haast, a 19th-century explorer who also served as Provincial Geologist for the Provincial government of Canterbury.
Māori used the pass in pre-European : Southern Alps. A new biography of Haast, Johann Franz Julius von appears in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography on this site. Julius von Haast was born on 1 May at Bonn, Germany, the son of Mathias Haast, a merchant, sometime burgomaster.
He seldom used his full name, Johann Franz Julius Haast. Published resources Books. Burns, Rowan and Nathan, Simon, My Dear Dr Haast: Transcriptions of Selected Letters from Robert Langley Holmes to Julius Haast Between and (Lower Hutt, N.Z.: Geoscience Society of New Zealand, ), 53 pp.
Details Burrows, Colin J., Julius Haast in the Southern Alps (Christchurch: Canterbury University Press, ), pp.
Details. HAAST, Sir JOHN FRANCIS JULIUS von (–), geologist and explorer, was born at Bonn in Germany on 1 May After studying at the university of his native town, where he received some training in natural science, he travelled extensively over Europe, in order mainly to increase his knowledge of geology and art.
In he sailed to New Zealand, and there, acting as assistant to. Haast, H. von (). The life and times of Sir Julius von Haast: A New Zealand pioneer. Wellington: The Author. Haast, J. Von ().
Geological report of the provinces of Canterbury and Westland, New Zealand: A report comprising the results of official explorations.
Christchurch, New Zealand: Lyttelton Times office. McKay, R. Reproduced in: Burrows, Colin James. 'Julius Haast in the Southern Alps'. Canterbury University Press,plate Title transcribed from item.
Other Titles - Haast Inscriptions: Mount recto - beneath image - Haast Pass [pencil]; Mt Brewster [ink]; Mount recto - bottom left - Sketched by Dr J Haast [pencil] Quantity: 1 watercolour(s).Author: Johann Franz Julius von Haast.
Southern Alps: nature & history of New Zealand's mountain world / Alison Ballance The conquest of Mount Cook and other climbs: an account of four seasons' mountaineering on the Southern Julius Haast in the Southern Alps / Colin J. Burrows. Haast family: Collection / Haast, Johann Franz Julius von, Lake Wanaka from entrance of Makarora, 25 March [and] The Southern Alps with Mt Aspiring from Lake Wanaka 29 March [and] Lake Wanaka from Wilkin's Hills, 11 January FormatAuthor: Johann Franz Julius von Haast.Haast Pass is one of the three passes where a road crosses over the Southern Alps, the other two being Lewis Pass and Arthur's Pass.
It is named for Julius von Haast, a 19th-century explorer who was also geologist for the Provincial government of Canterbury. In Januarygeologist Julius von Haast led an expedition in search of an overland route from the east to the west coast of the South Island.
He found a suitable route from the upper Makarora River, crossing the Southern Alps by the saddle now known as Haast Pass.