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Skifield potential in the Wakatipu district: an evaluation of the potential for, and the on-slope constraits to skifield development, principally at Coronet Peak and in the Rastus Burn basin of the Remarkables
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
Only one comprehensive ski area assessment has been undertaken in New Zealand. The 1977 Whakapapa Skifield Survey resulted in the Tongariro National Park Board determining that better slope utilisation could be achieved ...
Skifields of the Craigieburn Range
(University of Canterbury, 1983)
To date, studies made of this area have been mainly concerned with summing the resources not only of recreational value but of climatic, geologic and hydrological interest. In this study the author has directed his interest ...
Local government and tourism public policy: a case of the Hurunui District, New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2013)
The promotion of the tourism sector as a means by which to achieve social and economic development objectives is well established, and is reflective of a broader movement internationally towards the active support of ...
Simulation investigation of the sociological consequences of resource management policies on the West Coast of New Zealand
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1979)
At the request of the Town and Country Planning Division, Ministry of Works and Development, a dynamic simulation model of the West Coast regional system is developed to assist in the formulation of resource management ...
Motor camps : a current appraisal and guidelines for future development
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1981)
The objective of this study is to establish broad based design guidelines for future motor-camp development. This study of the current environmental quality of motor camps is based on a subject by subject appraisal rather ...
Impediments to the development and use of alternative energy technologies
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1984)
The oil crises of the 1970s have stimulated governments to initiate a policy of increased liquid fuel independence. In New Zealand, centralised, large-scale projects have been the dominant means to implement this ...
Lower Waitaki River development : a multi-objective planning approach
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1977)
The potential for development in the Lower Waitaki River Basin is examined and the consequences of applying present planning methods to that region indicated. A technique that overcomes the faults inherent in present ...
Cheviot Hills: the development of a landscape: past, present and future
(University of Canterbury, 1973)
The Cheviot Hills Station has been occupied for well over 115 years by Europeans. The changes during the evolution of this station have developed the potential of the site and retained a close relationship throughout the ...
Awatapu Lagoon management plan
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1987)
The aim is to define a course of management and development which will enable the Awatapu Lagoon, and parkland areas to meet the needs of the Whakatane community without compromising the natural integrity of the area.
Demand for current and new wool testing services : a market orientated evaluation and design approach
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1986)
Research was conducted to provide market based information to the New Zealand Wool Testing Authority, relating to the provision of testing services and the introduction of a new length test for wool. The market perceptions ...