By:Hajie Tamorite, Andrei Chan and Jarlon Beltejar

Deep Cove Information
CHAPTER 1
The Power Station

Key dates
•1964

Construction begins




•1972

Manapouri fully operational





•2002

Secon...
Building The Manapouri Power Station
The construction of the Manapouri hydro station or
power station was a huge achieveme...
CHAPTER 2
Waterfalls
Some Of The Waterfalls In Deep Cove
1. Helena Falls
2. Hanging Valley Falls
A Waterfall is a cascade of water

Valley Falls

falling from a height, formed when

and many more you will encoun-

a riv...
CHAPTER 3
Wildlife
Some unusual large birds live in New Zealand’s forests.
They include:
	

•	

weka

	

•	

takahē

	

•	...
Wildlife & Vegetation
A video of a weka wandering around

The wildlife in Deep Cove includes dolphins, seals and many nati...
CHAPTER 4
FISHING
FISHING

Fishing in Deep Cove is real fun. Catching varieties of fish such as
Jock Stewart, sharks, spotties and many more ...
Cascade
Noun
A small waterfall, typically one of several that
fall in stages down a steep rocky slope.
Verb
(of water) Pou...
Construction
Noun
	

1.	

The building of something, typically a

large structure.
	

2.	

Such activity considered as an ...
Eroding
	

	

Verb

	

1.	

(of wind, water, or other natural agents)

Gradually wear away (soil, rock, or land).
	

2.	

...
Excavation
Noun
	

1.	

The action of excavating something, esp. an

archaeological site.
	

2.	

A site that is being or ...
Granite
Noun
	

1.	

A very hard, granular, crystalline, intrusive

igneous rock consisting mainly of quartz, mica, and
fe...
Hydro
Noun
A hydroelectric power plant.
Adjective
Relating to or denoting hydroelectricity.

Related Glossary Terms
Drag r...
Incline
Verb
Feel willing or favorably disposed toward (an action,
belief, or attitude): "inclined to accept".
Noun
An inc...
Precipice
Noun
A very steep rock face or cliff, typically a tall
one.
Synonyms
abyss - cliff - chasm - gulf

Related Glossar...
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  1. 1. By:Hajie Tamorite, Andrei Chan and Jarlon Beltejar Deep Cove Information
  2. 2. CHAPTER 1 The Power Station Key dates •1964
 Construction begins
 
 •1972
 Manapouri fully operational
 
 •2002
 Second tailrace tunnel completed

  3. 3. Building The Manapouri Power Station The construction of the Manapouri hydro station or power station was a huge achievement. This project took 1,800 engineers eight years to complete, in harsh weather. The project involved constructing the power station 200 metres below a granite mountain. Inside the Manapouri power station. The project was completed with drill and blast excavation methods. These method helped to carve through the Review 1. Fiordland rock. When was the Manapouri Hydro Staion was fully functional? A. 1950 B. 1972 C. 1980 D. 2000 2 Check Answer
  4. 4. CHAPTER 2 Waterfalls Some Of The Waterfalls In Deep Cove 1. Helena Falls 2. Hanging Valley Falls
  5. 5. A Waterfall is a cascade of water Valley Falls falling from a height, formed when and many more you will encoun- a river or stream flows over a cliff ter during the boat trip to Mana- or steep incline. Waterfalls could pouri. be formed by earthquakes, glaciers, volcanoes and water erod- A course of a waterfall ing rock. Some examples of waterfalls you might see in Deep Cove are Helena Falls, Hanging A formation of a waterfall 4
  6. 6. CHAPTER 3 Wildlife Some unusual large birds live in New Zealand’s forests. They include: • weka • takahē • kererū (wood pigeons) • kākāpō • kākā
  7. 7. Wildlife & Vegetation A video of a weka wandering around The wildlife in Deep Cove includes dolphins, seals and many native birds. Deep Cove is surrounded with beech trees and other species of native trees. 6
  8. 8. CHAPTER 4 FISHING
  9. 9. FISHING Fishing in Deep Cove is real fun. Catching varieties of fish such as Jock Stewart, sharks, spotties and many more species. But you will need a rod, patience and a boat. 8
  10. 10. Cascade Noun A small waterfall, typically one of several that fall in stages down a steep rocky slope. Verb (of water) Pour downward rapidly and in large quantities: "water was cascading down the stairs". Synonyms waterfall - fall - cataract Related Glossary Terms Drag related terms here Index Find Term
  11. 11. Construction Noun 1. The building of something, typically a large structure. 2. Such activity considered as an industry. Synonyms building - structure - erection - edifice - fabric Related Glossary Terms Drag related terms here
  12. 12. Eroding Verb 1. (of wind, water, or other natural agents) Gradually wear away (soil, rock, or land). 2. (of soil, rock, or land) Be gradually worn away by such natural agents. Related Glossary Terms Drag related terms here
  13. 13. Excavation Noun 1. The action of excavating something, esp. an archaeological site. 2. A site that is being or has been excavated. Synonyms dig - digging Related Glossary Terms Drag related terms here
  14. 14. Granite Noun 1. A very hard, granular, crystalline, intrusive igneous rock consisting mainly of quartz, mica, and feldspar and often used as a building... 2. Used in similes and metaphors to refer to something very hard and impenetrable. Related Glossary Terms Drag related terms here
  15. 15. Hydro Noun A hydroelectric power plant. Adjective Relating to or denoting hydroelectricity. Related Glossary Terms Drag related terms here
  16. 16. Incline Verb Feel willing or favorably disposed toward (an action, belief, or attitude): "inclined to accept". Noun An inclined surface or slope, esp. on a road, path, or railway: "the road climbs a long incline". Synonyms verb.   tilt - lean - bend - bow - tip - tend - decline - stoop noun.   inclination - gradient - tilt - pitch - descent - lean Related Glossary Terms Drag related terms here
  17. 17. Precipice Noun A very steep rock face or cliff, typically a tall one. Synonyms abyss - cliff - chasm - gulf Related Glossary Terms Drag related terms here

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