UC SPARK - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Professor Mark Milke

Civil and Natural Resources Engineering



Phone: +64 3 364 2987 ext. 92154

Office: Civil & Natural Resources Engineering E440

Fields of Research

  • Solid waste (rubbish) management
  • Environmental engineering
  • Systems, decision, and risk analysis
  • Groundwater
  • Modelling of resilience of infrastructure systems
  • Analysis of civil/environmental engineering failures
  • Engineering education

Researcher Summary

I work in a variety of areas related to civil and environmental engineering.  I have extensive experience in landfill engineering, and conduct some research on leachate and gas emissions.
I have conducted research on groundwater through study of market approaches and also for research into groundwater quality.
I have research interests in engineering systems analysis methods, particularly tools used to analyse decisions, risk, uncertainty, and system properties (e.g., resilience).
I have research interests in the analysis of engineering failures and also in engineering education.

Subject Area: Disciplines

Research Groups

Future Research

  • landfill gas emissions
  • dynamic systems analysis of organisations after disasters
  • phosphorus recovery from waste
  • non-dimensional decision analysis
  • engineering education
  • civil/environmental engineering failure analysis

Affiliations

Research/Scholarly/Creative Works

Journal Article
  • Milke MW. (2017) The distinctiveness of civil engineering in engineering systems thinking and in new models in engineering education. Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems 34(1): 78-87. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10286608.2017.1313246.
  • Milke MW., Paul MJ. and Koorey GF. (2015) Transferability of practitioner-focused civil engineering capstone design courses: An analysis for a us and New Zealand approach. Australasian Journal of Engineering Education 20(1): 1-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.7158/D13-008.2015.20.1.
  • Milke M. (2013) Causal loops for analysis of the social dimension to complex systems.
  • Taulis M. and Milke M. (2013) Chemical variability of groundwater samples collected from a coal seam gas exploration well, Maramarua, New Zealand.
  • Parthan SR., Milke MW., Wilson DC. and Cocks JH. (2012) Cost function analysis for solid waste management: a developing country experience. Waste Management and Research 30(5): 485-491. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0734242x11425565.
  • Qamaruz-Zaman N. and Milke M. (2012) VFA and ammonia from residential food waste as indicators of odor potential.
  • Brown C., Milke M. and Seville E. (2011) Disaster waste management following the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
  • Parthan SR., Milke M., Wilson D. and Cocks J. (2011) Cost estimation for solid waste management in industrialising regions: Precedents, problems, and prospects.
  • Prabodanie R., Raffensperger J., Read E. and Milke M. (2011) LP models for pricing diffuse nitrate discharge permits.
  • Brown C., Milke M. and Seville E. (2010) Legislative implications of managing disaster waste in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Environmental Law 14: 261-308.
  • Brown C., Milke M. and Seville E. (2010) Waste management as a "Lifeline"? A New Zealand case study analysis. International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment
  • Prabodanie RAR., Raffensperger JF. and Milke MW. (2010) A pollution offset system for trading non-point source water pollution permits. Environmental and Resource Economics 45(4): 499-515. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10640-009-9325-1.
  • McCauley CA., O'Sullivan AD., Milke MW., Weber PA. and Trumm DA. (2009) Sulfate and metal removal in bioreactors treating acid mine drainage dominated with iron and aluminum. Water Research 43(4): 961-970. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2008.11.029.
  • William G., Milke M. and Raffensperger J. (2009) Survey of New Zealand Hydrologists on Information Needs.
  • Milke M., Wong V. and McBean E. (2008) Describing variability of MSW composition data with the log-logistic distribution. Waste Management and Research
  • Qamaruz-Zaman N. and Milke M. (2008) Laboratory comparison of odour control techniques for separated residential food waste.
  • Milke MW. and Guikema SD. (2007) Parameterized analysis of the choice between do-nothing and act-now options. Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems 24(3): 179-191. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10286600601154785.
  • Painter BDM. and Milke MW. (2007) Comparison of factorial and scenario analysis methods for assessing uncertainty in the design of permeable reactive barriers. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation 27(3): 102-110. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1745-6592.2007.00152.x.
  • Taulis M. and Milke M. (2007) Coal seam gas water from Maramarua, New Zealand: Characterisation and comparison to United States analogues. Journal of Hydrology New Zealand 46(1): 1-17.
  • Guikema SD. and Milke MW. (2003) Sensitivity analysis for multi-attribute project selection problems. Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems 20(3): 143-162.
  • Hou FS., Milke MW., Leung DW. and MacPherson DJ. (2001) Variations in phytoremediation performance with diesel-contaminated soil. Environmental Technology 22(2): 215-222. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09593332208618301.
  • Vouillamoz J. and Milke MW. (2001) Effect of compost in phytoremediation of diesel-contaminated soils. Water Science and Technology 43(2): 291-295.
  • Dentel SK., Baker JR., Milke MW. and Mihelcic JR. (1999) Relationship between chemical and theoretical oxygen demand for specific clases of organic chemicals. Water Research 33(14): 3220-3223. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0043-1354(99)00203-1.
  • Guikema S. and Milke M. (1999) Quantitative decision tools for conservation programme planning: Practice, theory and potential. Environmental Conservation 26(3): 179-189. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0376892999000260.
  • Hou FSL., Leung DWM., Milke MW. and MacPherson DJ. (1999) Improvement in ryegrass seed germination for diesel contaminated soils by PEG treatment technology. Environmental Technology 20(4): 413-418. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09593332008616834.
  • Milke MW. (1998) Computer simulation to evaluate the economics of landfill gas recovery. Water Science and Technology 38: 201-208.
  • Wareham DG., Farajollahi A. and Milke MW. (1998) Influence of alkalinity on the hydraulic conductivity of bentonite-sand liners. Water Science and Technology 38(2): 151-157.
  • Milke MW. and Aceves FJ. (1989) Systems analysis of recycling in the D]strito Federal of Mexico. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 2: 171-197.
  • Mage DT., Small MJ., Sutton MC. and Milke MW. (1988) Comment on "parametric distributions of regional lake chemistry: Fitted and derived" (multiple letters). Environmental Science and Technology 22(11): 1367-1368.
  • Small MJ., Sutton MC. and Milke MW. (1988) Parametric distributions of regional lake chemistry: Fitted and derived. Environmental Science and Technology 22(2): 196-204. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/es00167a011.
  • BARLAZ MA., MILKE MW. and HAM RK. (1987) Gas production parameters in sanitary landfill simulators. Waste Management and Research 5(1): 27-39.
Edited Volume
  • Upton C., Parrent K., Milke M. and Koorey GF. (Ed.) (2015) Communications Portfolio Guide. (2nd ed.) Christchurch: Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering. 86pp.
  • Department of Civil. and Natural Resources Engineering. (Ed.) (2013) Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, Communications Portfolio Guide. (1st ed.) Christchurch: Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering. 88pp.
  • Milke MW. and Jowitt PW. (Ed.) (2013) Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems 30th Anniversary Special Issue. Abingdon: Taylor and Francis. 132.
Chapter
  • Milke MW. and Mihelcic JR. (2016) Solid-Waste Management. In Mihelcic JR; Zimmerman JB (Ed.), Environmental Engineering: Fundamentals, Sustainability, Design (2nd ed.): 523-574. Hoboken: John Wiley and Sons.
  • Milke MW. and Mihelcic JR. (2010) Solid-Waste Management. In Mihelcic JR; Zimmerman JB (Ed.), Environmental Engineering: Fundamentals, Sustainability, Design: 576-625. Hoboken: John Wiley and Sons.
Conference Contribution - Published
  • Koorey GF., Milke MW. and Delatte N. (2016) International collaboration on a professional development course. In ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings 2016-June
  • Giovinazzi S., Black JR., Milke M., Esposito S., Brooks KA., Craigie EK. and Liu M. (2015) Identifying Seismic Vulnerability Factors for Wastewater Pipelines after the Canterbury (NZ) Earthquake Sequence 2010-2011. In Pipelines 2015: Recent Advances in Underground Pipeline Engineering and Construction - Proceedings of the Pipelines 2015 Conference: 304-315. http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/9780784479360.029.
  • Milke MW., Upton C., Koorey GF., O'Sullivan AD. and Comer K. (2013) Improving the Writing of Engineering Students through Portfolios. In ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings
  • Brown CO., Milke M. and Seville E. (2011) Disaster funding mechanisms: a demolition and debris management perspective.
  • Brown CO., Milke M. and Seville E. (2011) Implementing a disaster recovery programme: a demolition and debris management perspective.
  • Teasley R., Raffensperger J. and Milke M. (2010) A Smart Market for Ground and Surface Water with Hydropower Generation.
  • Prabodanie RAR., Raffensperger JF. and Milke MW. (2009) Simulation-optimization approach for trading point and non-point source nutrient permits. In 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation: Interfacing Modelling and Simulation with Mathematical and Computational Sciences, Proceedings: 233-239.
  • Taulis M. and Milke M. (2009) Sodium removal from Maramarua coal seam gas waters using Ngakuru zeolites.
  • Qamaruz-Zaman N. and Milke MW. (2007) Improving the anaerobic analysis of solid sample decomposition: preliminary observations. Brisbane, Australia: 11th IWA World Congress on Anaerobic Digestion, 23-27 Sep 2007. In Proceedings of the 11th IWA World Congress on Anaerobic Digestion: 5pp.
  • Milke M. and Raffensperger J. (2006) The Use of Spot Markets for Water Allocation.
  • Taulis ME., Trumm D., Milke MW., Nobes D., Manhire D. and O'Sullivan AD. (2005) Characterisation of coal seam gas waters in New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: 2005 New Zealand Minerals Conference, 13 Nov 2005. In Realising New Zealand's Mineral Potential - Proceedings of the 2005 New Zealand Minerals Conference 1(1): 416-425.
  • Mason IG. and Milke MW. (2003) Current issues in source separation, treatment and utilization of food residuals. Nelson, New Zealand: WasteMINZ 15th Annual Conference, 4 Nov 2003. CD-ROM
  • Wareham DG. and Milke MW. (2000) Re-thinking water quality laboratories for large classes. Hobart, Australia: Proc. 3rd UICEE Annual Conference on Engineering Education, 9 Feb 2000. : 185-188.
  • Milke M. (1995) Technology assessment of landfill leachate treatment by evaporation.
  • Milke M. (1993) Parsimony applied to exploratory, interdisciplinary models.
  • Milke M. (1993) Science in undergraduate environmental engineering curricula.
  • Milke M. and Small M. (1989) A modelling approach for estimating long-term and seasonal CaCO3 dissolution rates.
Conference Contribution - Other
  • Segweni D. and Milke MW. (2016) Ammonia removal from leachate via coagulation-flocculation. Hokkaido, Japan: 9th intercontinental landfill research symposium, 13-15 Jun 2016
  • Uster B., Milke M., Webster-Brown J., O'Sullivan A., Pope J. and Trumm D. (2015) Fe, Mn, and Zn removal and partitioning in sulphate-reducing reactors. Santiago, Chile: 10th International Conference on Acid Rock Drainage, 21-24 Apr 2015
  • Uster B., Milke M., Webster-Brown J., O'Sullivan AD., Pope J. and Trumm D. (2015) Heavy metal removal and partitioning in sulfate-reducing bioreactors treating mine influenced water. Santiago, Chile: 10th International Conference on Acid Rock Drainage and IMWA Annual Conference, 21 Apr 2015
  • Brown C. and Milke M. (2014) Disaster Waste Management Influencing Factors.
  • Brown C. and Milke M. (2014) Guidance on disaster waste management using influencing factors.
  • Milke M. (2014) Landfill Design Teaching: An Ideal Design Project for Civil/Environmental Engineers?
  • Milke M., Comer K., Koorey G. and Carpenter L. (2014) Meeting the Communication Skill Needs of Employers with Professional Portfolios. Wellington, New Zealand: 25th Conference of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE2014), 8-10 Dec 2014
  • Milke MW. and Archer H. (2014) Biocells: convergence of technologies for treatment of organic solid waste. Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Bioenergy Association Conference, 14-15 Aug 2014
  • Uster B., Milke M., O'Sullivan A., Caruso B., Webster-Brown J., Pope J. and Trumm D. (2014) The use of waste mussel shells in sulphate-reducing bioreactors treating acid mine drainage. Oklahoma City, OK, USA: 31st America Society of Mining and Reclamation National Meeting, 14-19 Jun 2014
  • Milke MW. and Barlaz MA. (2012) Anaerobic biodegradability of wood and wood products: Reassessment and new insights. Venice, Italy: Fourth International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, 12-15 Nov 2012
  • Taulis M. and Milke M. (2012) CSG water chemistry changes due to carbon dioxide degassing: Implications for production, sampling, management and disposal. Brisbane, Australia: Fourth Eastern Australasian Basins Symposium and Exhibition (EABS IV), 11-14 Sep 2012
  • Taulis M. and Milke M. (2012) Sources of hydrochemical variability and implications associated with CSG water extraction. Brisbane, Australia: 34th International Geological Congress (IGC), 5-10 Aug 2012
  • Weerasekara S., Giovinazzi S., Wilson T., Milke M., Stewart C. and Basu A. (2012) Gastroenteritis risk modelling following Canterbury earthquakes in New Zealand: preliminary analysis of exposure and mitigating factors. Christchurch, New Zealand: Sixth Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference, 1-1 Aug 2012
  • Brown CO., Milke M. and Seville E. (2011) Disaster waste management for the 2009 Samoan tsunami.
  • Milke M. (2011) Disaster waste management and the Christchurch experience.
  • Milke M. (2011) Disaster Waste Management. Sardinia, Italy: Thirteenth International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium, 3-7 Oct 2011
  • Rissman C., Clark S., Bloomberg S., Milke M. and Hughes M. (2011) Direct measurement of landfill gas emissions - incorporating measures of uncertainty. Rotorua, New Zealand: WasteMINZ Annual Conference + Expo, 5-7 Oct 2011
  • Brown C. and Milke M. (2010) Disaster waste management following a large scale Wellington earthquake.
  • Brown C. and Milke M. (2010) Disaster waste management following a large-scale Wellington earthquake. Wellington, New Zealand: 4th Australasian Hazards Management Conference, 11-12 Aug 2010
  • Brown C. and Milke M. (2010) Landfills and disaster waste management.
  • Brown C., Milke M., Seville E. and Giovinazzi S. (2010) Disaster Waste Management on the Road to Recovery: L'Aquila Earthquake case study.
  • Milke M. (2010) Hot topics in landfill gas recovery.
  • Milke M., Fang Y. and John S. (2010) Anaerobic biodegradability of wood: a preliminary review.
  • Parthan SR. and Milke M. (2010) Data issues in cost estimation analyses for industrialising regions.
  • Parthan SR. and Milke M. (2010) Improved cost planning for solid waste management in developing countries.
  • Qamaruz-Zaman N. and Milke M. (2010) Predicting the performance of a continuous anaerobic digester from batch-scale laboratory studies.
  • Qamaruz-zaman N. and Milke M. (2010) Similarity of first-order rate constants for methane from food wastes in batch and continuous feed systems.
  • Zargar M., Teasley RL., Milke M. and Raffensperger JF. (2010) Varying water user demand curves in a groundwater smart market. University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand: New Zealand Hydrological Society Annual Conference, 6-10 Dec 2010
  • Brown C. and Milke M. (2009) Disaster Debris Management.
  • Brown C. and Milke M. (2009) Planning for Disaster Debris Management.
  • Milke MW. and Stegmann R. (2009) Treatment of Oil-Contaminated Soils: Basics and Application. Dubai, UAE: Industrial and Hazardous Waste Management Conference, 8-9 Nov 2009
  • Parthan SR. and Milke M. (2009) Cost analysis of municipal solid waste management in India.
  • Chen Y-T. and Milke M. (2008) Two-dimensional modelling of landfill gas migration with a spreadsheet add-on.
  • Milke M., Riddolls B., Pinkham M. and Purdon R. (2008) Peer Review Panel: A New Zealand approach to regulatory compliance of landfills.
  • Qamaruz-Zaman N. and Milke M. (2008) Digested Sewage Sludge as Seed for Batch Test of Anaerobic Biodegradability.
  • Qamaruz-Zaman N. and Milke M. (2008) Predicting Solid Waste Degradation Rates in Landfills Using an Improved Anaerobic Assessment Tool.
  • Milke M. and Qamaruz-Zaman N. (2007) Leachate extraction for food waste odour indicators. Sardinia, Italy: Eleventh International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium, 1-5 Oct 2007
  • Milke M., Holman J. and Khire M. (2006) Use of gas flux measurements to infer well capture effectiveness.
  • Raffensperger J. and Milke M. (2006) How to Solve Our Water Crisis: a Demo Spot Market for Ground Water.
  • Raffensperger JF. and Milke M. (2005) A design for a fresh water spot market. Rethymno, Crete, Greece: International Water Association Conference on Economics, Statistics, and Finance, 1 Jul 2005
  • Raffensperger JF. and Milke M. (2005) Trading of consented groundwater allocations via auctions. Auckland, New Zealand: NZHS-IAH-NZSSS Auckland 2005 Conference, 28 Nov 2005
  • Milke MW. and Small MJ. (2002) Model Investigation of Controls on Calcium Concentrations and their Variability in Shallow Groundwaters. Wellington, New Zealand: Eos. Trans. AGU, 83(22), West. Pac. Geophys. Meet. Suppl., Abstract H32B-06, 2002, 1 Jan 2002
  • Milke MW. (2001) Stratified sampling and its potential use within the Waste Analysis Protocol. Christchurch, New Zealand: Proc. of WasteMINZ Thirteenth Annual Conference, 1 Jan 2001
  • Vouillamoz J. and Milke MW. (2001) Effect of compost in phytoremediation of diesel-contaminated soils.
  • Chen PT. and Milke MW. (2000) Modelling landfill gas migration with a spreadsheet add-on. Auckland, New Zealand: Proc. of WasteMINZ Twelfth Annual Conference, 1 Jan 2000
  • Grace AJM. and Milke MW. (2000) Using Multivariate Analysis of Groundwater Quality Records to Access Groundwater Security. Christchurch, New Zealand: Proc. of NZ Hydrological Society, 1 Dec 2000
  • Hou FS-L. (2000) Phytoremediation and bioremediation of petroleum contaminated soil/wastes.
  • Milke MW., Mills T., Maillant S., Hou FSL. and Robinson B. (2000) Phytoremediation of petroleum-contaminated soils: technology development here and overseas. Auckland, New Zealand: Proc. of WasteMINZ Twelfth Annual Conference, 1 Jan 2000
  • Farajollahi A., Wareham DG. and Milke MW. (1998) Influence of alkalinity on the hydraulic conductivity of bentonite-sand liners. Vancouver, Canada: Proc. Water Quality International 1998 Conf. (Volume 7), 21 Jun 1998
  • Milke MW. (1998) Computer simulation to evaluate the economics of landfill gas recovery. Vancouver, Canada: Water Quality International 1998, 1 Jan 1998
  • Strang T., Milke MW. and Walter N. (1998) A case study of sediment control from dewatering and its challenging implications. Wellington, New Zealand: Proc. of New Zealand Water and Wastes Assn Annual Conference, 1 Jan 1998
  • Milke MW. (1997) Sensitivity analysis for the economics of landfill gas recovery. Wellington, New Zealand: Proc. of Int. Solid Waste Assn Conf, 1 Oct 1997
  • Milke M. (1996) Within a context: the benefits of teaching introductory environmental engineering with a detailed case study.
  • Milke M. and Simpson N. (1996) The potential use of heat flux to infer landfill gas flux.
  • Milke M. (1994) A primer on engineered methane recovery from solid wastes.
  • Milke M. (1992) Predicting methane generation rates in landfills.
Report
  • Milke MW. and Riddolls B. (2016) Kate Valley Landfill, Peer Review Panel, Annual Report Number 11.Commissioned by Environment Canterbury and Hurunui District Council. 19.
  • Milke MW. and Riddolls B. (2015) Kate Valley Landfill, Peer Review Panel, Annual Report No. 10.Commissioned by Environment Canterbury and Hurunui District Council. 18pp.
  • Milke MW. and Riddolls B. (2014) Kate Valley Landfill, Peer Review Panel, Annual Report No. 9.Commissioned by Environment Cantebury and Hurunui District Council. 18pp.
  • Milke M. and Riddolls B. (2013) Kate Valley Landfill, Peer Review Panel, Annual Report No. 4.University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
  • Milke MW. and Riddolls B. (2013) Kate Valley Landfill Peer Review Panel Annual Report Number 8.Commissioned by Environment Canterbury and Hurunui District Council. 17pp.
  • Milke M. and Riddolls B. (2012) Kate Valley Landfill Peer Review Panel: Annual Report No. 7.Commissioned by Environment Canterbury and Hurunui District Council. 17pp.
  • Milke M. and Riddolls B. (2012) Kate Valley Landfill: Peer Review Panel, Annual Report No. 5.University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
  • Milke M. and Riddolls B. (2011) Kate Valley Landfill, Peer Review Panel, Annual Report No. 6.Commissioned by Environment Canterbury and Hurunui District Council. 17pp.
  • Brown C., Milke M. and Seville E. (2010) Disaster Waste Management Case Study: 2009 Victorian Bushfires, Australia. Resilient Organisations Research Report 2010/04.Resilient Organisations Research Group. 64. | http://www.resorgs.org.nz/pubs.shtml.
  • Milke MW. and Riddols B. (2007) Kate Valley Landfill, Annual Report No. 3, Peer Review Panel.Commissioned by Environment Canterbury and Hurunui District Council.
  • Milke MW. and Riddols B. (2006) Kate Valley Landfill, Annual Report No. 2, Peer Review Panel.Commissioned by Environment Canterbury and Hurunui District Council.
  • Milke MW. and Riddols B. (2005) Kate Valley Landfill, Annual Report No. 1, Peer Review Panel.Commissioned by Environment Canterbury and Hurunui District Council. 7.
  • Raffensperger JF. and Milke MW. (2005) The Forever Fair water trading system: analysis of on-line auctions for groundwater.Commissioned by New Zealand Hydrological Society.
Discussion/Working Paper
  • Brown C., Milke M. and Seville E. (2010) Should waste management be considered a lifeline in New Zealand? Resilient Organisations; University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
Other
  • Milke M. (2013) Bob Ham (1937-2012): A Pioneer in Waste Management. University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
  • Milke M. (2012) After the quake. University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
  • Milke M. (2012) CAENZ workshop calls for greater availability of water quality data. Water 173(March 2012): 27-28. [Magazine Article].
  • Brown C. and Milke M. (2011) Disaster waste management: What can we learn from previous events? wasteMINZ Jun/Jul 2011: 22-23. [Magazine Article].
  • Milke M. (2011) Disaster waste management research needs. University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
  • Milke M. (2011) New Zealand Earthquake Commission, Wellington after the quake: the challenge of rebuilding cities. Wellington: Earthquake Commission; Centre for Advanced Engineering, 1995. RiskPost - the Journal of the New Zealand Society for Risk Management Inc. 11(4): 8-9. [Book Review].
  • Milke M. (2011) University of Canterbury Water Markets Research Group-- Update. University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
  • Milke M. (2008) The world's best solid waste management libraries. University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
  • Milke MW. (2006) Workshop summary—national workshop on consent trading: new options for New Zealand. Current: Newsletter of NZ Hydrological Society(May 2006): 9-14.
  • Milke MW. (2005) Environmental and Health Impacts of Solid Waste Management Activities. Water and Wastes in New Zealand(March): 32-33.
  • Milke MW. (2005) Landfill research advance. Waste Awareness (Magazine of the Waste Management Institute of New Zealand)(Jan-Mar): 2pp.
  • Milke MW. (2005) Litter monitoring body, Ireland’s monitoring system. Water and Wastes in New Zealand(March): 30-31.
  • Milke MW. and Raffensperger JF. (2005) The Forever Fair freshwater trading system: University of Canterbury efforts at on-line water auctions. Current: Newsletter of NZ Hydrological Society(May 2005): 55-58.
  • Milke MW. (2004) Groundwater abstracts from the December 2002 AGU Meeting. Current: Newsletter of NZ Hydrological Society(October): 21-28.
  • Milke MW. (2004) Who wastes more? Waste Awareness (Magazine of the Waste Management Institute of New Zealand)(March-April): 8.
  • Mason I. and Milke M. (2003) NZ and South Pacific Composting on the Web. Waste Awareness Jan-Feb: 7.
  • Milke M. (2003) Bioreactor landfills: how different are they? Waste Awareness 2003: 13.
  • Milke M. (2003) Groundwater Abstracts from the May 2001 AGU Meeting. Current: Newsletter of NZ Hydrological Society 23: 19-27.
  • Milke M. (2003) Groundwater Abstracts from the May 2002 AGU Meeting. Current: Newsletter of NZ Hydrological Society 24: 10-16.
  • Milke MW. (2003) Improving our ability to manage risks. Waste Management 32(2): 3-5.
  • Milke M. (2002) Groundwater Abstracts from the December 2000 AGU Meeting. Current: Newsletter of NZ Hydrological Society July: 49-58.
  • Milke M. (2002) Summary of 1999 Groundwater Research Articles. Current: Newsletter of NZ Hydrological Society November: 34-37.
  • Milke MW. (2002) Book Review: 'Calibration and Reliability in Groundwater Modelling: Coping with Uncertainty', Stauffer, F., et al., eds. Journal of Hydrology (New Zealand) 41(1): 71-72.
  • Milke MW. and Taulis M. (2002) HELP with New Zealand Weather on the Web. Water and Wastes in New Zealand November: 42.
  • Milke M. (2001) Groundwater Abstracts from the May 2000 AGU Meeting. Current: Newsletter of NZ Hydrological Society November: 14-23.
  • Milke M. (2001) Summary of 1998 Groundwater Research Articles. Current: Newsletter of NZ Hydrological Society July: 15-18.
  • Milke M. (2001) Undercurrents. Current: Newsletter of NZ Hydrological Society July: 13-14.
  • Milke MW. (2000) "Paris Conference Raises International issues". Waste Awareness: Newsletter of Waste Management Institute of New Zealand: September/October. p.1 & 6. Waste Awareness: Newsletter of Waste Management Institute of New Zealand 2000(September/October): 2pp.
  • Milke MW. (2000) Join ISWA and get involved. Waste Awareness: Newsletter of Waste Management Institute of New Zealand September/October: 20.
  • Milke MW. (1999) "Eliminating all waste is fanciful". Christchurch Press: 4th September - opinion article. Christchurch Press 1999(4th September - opinion article)
  • Milke MW. (1999) A touch of gas. NZ Science Monthly November: 10.
  • Milke MW. (1998) Landfill advances discussed at international conference in Wellington. Water and Wastes in New Zealand March
  • Bray N. (1996) A '39er's Story: Remembering the Mediterranean War, 1939-1943. : 112p.
  • Milke M. (1995) NZWWA Sponsors Groundwater Gathering. Water and Wastes in New Zealand(March 1995): 6-7.
  • Milke M. (1994) Book Review-- Technologies for Environmental Clean-Up: Soil and Groundwater. University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
  • Milke M. (1993) Book Review-- Environmental Planning in New Zealand. University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
  • Barlaz MA., Milke MW. and Ham RK. (1986) UP WITH METHANE.. Waste Age(December): 7pp.