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Regulating agricultural land use to manage water quality: the challenges for science and policy in enforcing limits on non-point source pollution in New Zealand
Non-point source pollution from agricultural land use is a complex issue for the management of freshwater worldwide. This paper presents a case study from New Zealand to examine how predictive modelling and land use rules ...
Converting community knowledge into catchment nutrient limits: A constructivist analysis of a New Zealand collaborative approach to water management
(Berghahn Journals, 2013-06-01)
The question posed in this article is how shifts in governance ushered in by the sustainability paradigm are reshaping knowledge governance. Drawing on constructivist theories of knowledge, I examine the tension between ...
Resource use options for the Upper Manuherikia Valley : 603 case study
(University of Canterbury and Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1982)
Current resource development in New Zealand is unprecedented in its pace and scale. Development activities have implications for other resource uses and for future generations. Conflicts generated must be recognized and a ...
Planning approaches for the management of surf breaks in New Zealand
There is a strong surfing culture, heritage, and community that shares a common spirit in New Zealand and around the world. Surf breaks are places where the practice of surfing predominantly occurs and have recently been ...
The challenges of regulating diffuse agricultural pollution to improve water quality: a science policy perspective on approaches to setting enforceable catchment load limits in New Zealand
(University of California Press, 2017-05-01)
Worldwide, the cumulative effects of diffuse pollution arising from a range of human activities are diminishing the quality and ecosystem capacity of lakes, rivers, estuaries, and oceans. Devising effective ways to regulate ...