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Otago Regional Council's response to lake snow: A planner's evaluation
(Lincoln University, 2017-11-14)
Invasive species are a threat to the economy, environment and community, therefore it is essential that there is an effective framework in place for biosecurity management in New Zealand, to ensure that planners within ...
Interactions between Escherichia coli and the New Zealand native plants Leptospermum scoparium and Kunzea robusta
(Lincoln University, 2018)
Elevated concentrations of human pathogens in waterways is a global environmental issue and can result in widespread human disease and suffering. The provenance of these pathogens is usually from biological wastes, ...
Can plantain maintain milk production of dairy cows whilst reducing urinary N losses?
(Lincoln University, 2017)
Nitrogen (N) from urine patches is a major contributor to N leaching, due to the high loading rate of N in urine patches compared with the capacity of many plant species to take up N. This study aimed to determine milk ...
Cave wilderness : the reconciliation of conservation and use
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1983)
A study of within cave management for wilderness values. Included is information photomonitoring from a project undertaken by the author on the Henry Lambert Levels of Gardner’s Gut Cave, Waitomo.
Planning for interpretation : a planning guideline for Sagarmatha National Park in preparing an interpretative master plan
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1979)
The uniqueness of the area is described in the report prepared by the 1974 New Zealand mission to Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal. Khumbu is a region of 1,243 km² and is the home or 3,500 Sherpas. Similarly, it is the ...
Homebush : landscape development of an historical farm in the foothills of the Canterbury Plains
(Lincoln University, 1975)
The beginnings of development, accompanied by the fresh experience of a new environment, the struggle for existence, and a greater contact with natural forces, has given way to the apparent uncertainty of adolescence where ...
The removal of dissolved zinc and copper from roof-runoff: A downpipe treatment system
(Lincoln University, 2018)
Anthropogenic activities related to urbanization and industrialization contribute high concentrations of heavy metals from urban stormwater runoff to waterways. In New Zealand, zinc (Zn) and copper (Cu) have been identified ...
The ‘gift’ of climate change knowledge: Acquisition of climate change knowledge in rural farmer communities of Darma Rural municipality-1, Salyan, Nepal
(Lincoln University, 2018-02-28)
Climate change is the most pressing issue in today’s world. The impacts of climate change raises concerns for rural agricultural communities of developing countries because livelihoods in these rural communities are often ...
The planning of a coastal regional park : Queen Elizabeth Park, Wellington
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1972)
The Queen Elizabeth Park Board has requested that a research study be undertaken to evaluate the potential of the Park as a recreational resource for the Wellington Region, satisfying both present day demands and the ...
Purple Peaks Curry Reserve pest animal management plan
(Centre for Wildlife Management and Conservation, Lincoln Univesity, 2017-11-01)
The purpose of this report is to create a pest animal management plan for Purple Peaks Curry Reserve. The work was commissioned by NZ Native Forest Restoration Trust in June 2017, and the plan was written by Lyne McFarlane ...