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Natural areas: accessibility, entry, and equity
(New Zealand Ministry of Tourism, 1994)
A very large proportion of New Zealand's land area is reserved for conservation and recreation purposes. The Department of Conservation claims responsibility for the management of thirty percent of New Zealand land. Entry ...
Landscape assessment in New Zealand: Background and current issues
(Lincoln University, 1999)
One result of the growth in environmental awareness in the latter half of the twentieth century has been the recognition in New Zealand legislation of a public interest in landscape. The focus of environmental and landscape ...
Proposals for a suburban subdivision in Christchurch, New Zealand
(University of Canterbury, 1973)
Since World War II Christchurch has experienced a prolonged period of expanding urban boundaries and suburbs. In the process, the considerable increases of population of this time have been housed adequately according to ...
Citizen-led environment management : learning from the ’bush restorers’
(Lincoln University, 1997-11)
1. The resource management issue under consideration is the conservation and ecological restoration of natural lowland forest and its associated plant and animal communities (referred to here as native bush), which have ...
Complex dynamics and elementary economic theory
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1999-09)
Contrary to the view that complex dynamical systems are curiosities at a safe distance from core tenets of economics, it is shown that they undermine a few fundamental constructs and models. The long run macroeconomic ...
Herbivore damage and leaf loss in the New Zealand pepper tree ('Kawakawa'; Macropiper excelsum; Piperaceae)
(New Zealand Ecological Society., 1998)
The pattern of herbivore damage on the New Zealand pepper tree (kawakawa; Macropiper excelsum) caused by its main insect herbivore (Cleora scriptaria) was investigated in the field and laboratory. In the field, only a small ...