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Restoration prioritisation of riverine environments: an evaluation of regional councils in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2009)
Restoration of rivers and streams requires the determination of actions and decision making due to the limited time and resources that are available. Site selection for conservation and restoration efforts cannot be treated ...
Ecological restoration in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 1991)
Ecological restoration has been recognised worldwide as one of the most important conservation initiatives for the future. Despite this, the science of restoration is relatively new, and in a practical sense it has yet to ...
If we plant the plants do the insects follow? An assessment of indigenous invertebrates in an urban forest remnant and restoration sites in Christchurch
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Urbanisation has led to substantial loss and fragmentation of natural habitat. Native ecosystems have been detrimentally affected through this habitat loss along with reduction of habitat quality and the introduction of ...