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Land use conflict: The case of the Upper Waimakariri catchment South Island, New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 1997)
This study investigates the historical and contemporary use pattern and use conflict of the Upper Waimakariri catchment, South Island, New Zealand. The majority of the catchment is public land and marginally productive for ...
An investigation of visitor behaviour in recreation and tourism settings: a case study of natural hazard management at the Glaciers, Westland National Park, New Zealand.
(Lincoln University, 2008)
Visitor non-compliance with protective recommendations is a major problem faced by recreational managers within natural environments. Although many studies have been conducted on noncompliant visitor behaviour within ...
Development of environmental indicators for tourism in natural areas: a preliminary study
(Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management / Lincoln Environmental, 1995-05)
Christchurch City destination benchmarking survey 2001 final report
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre., 2001-06)
This report represents the findings of a survey of visitors to Christchurch undertaken between late March and April 2001. The survey was commissioned by Christchurch & Canterbury Marketing Limited (CCML) and undertaken ...
Tourism concessionaires : an exploratory study of concessionaires who actively contribute to conservation in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2005)
Tourism is very focused on the natural environment in New Zealand and public conservation lands have been recognised as a vital component of the tourism product. However, does conservation in New Zealand, particularly the ...
A complex systems perspective on communities and tourism : a comparison of two case studies in Kaikoura and Rotorua
(Lincoln University, 2002)
This thesis analyses research into the evolution and adaptation of the communities in Rotorua and Kaikoura by using a complex systems perspective. This perspective requires that the analyst look beyond the obvious impacts ...
Tourism and the Sustainable Livelihoods Approach: Application within the Chinese context
(Lincoln University, 2008-06)
Tourism has been increasingly used for, and directly linked with, rural poverty reduction in developing countries. In recent years, it has, however, been criticised by rural developers for its lack of concern for the rural ...
Conservation, livelihoods and the role of tourism: a case study of Sukau village in the Lower Kinabatangan District, Sabah, Malaysia.
(Lincoln University, 2009)
The purpose of this study was to examine conservation, livelihoods, and the role of tourism. The village of Sukau in the Kinabatangan District of Sabah, Malaysia, served as a case study. The vital importance of the Lower ...
The production of tourism space: A case study of the space-place dialectics in contemporary tourism promotion
(Lincoln University, 2003)
Place identities have become contested subjects in contemporary tourism place promotion. The growing importance of difference and uniqueness in an increasingly competitive global tourism environment has made it more pressing ...
Akaroa tourism carrying capacity
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design., 2009-05)
Akaroa has been an attractive place for settlement since the Polynesian people arrived in New Zealand many centuries ago. Three successive waves of Maori have inhabited the Akaroa area: the Waitaha, the Kati Mamoe and ...