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Rangatiratanga in the context of Lake Ellesmere/Te Waihora : identifying the conditions necessary for the exercise and expression of tribal authority over tribal resources
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1989)
In a climate of administrative reform, the Government is attempting to address the Treaty of Waitangi and to give practical significance to its guarantees. This study assumes that without an understanding of terms used in ...
The export of fresh water from Deep Cove, Fiordland
(Lincoln University, 1995)
The purpose of this study is to examine the use of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the management of preservation, conservation and use of resources in a national park. This study uses a comparative approach ...
Perspectives on Antarctic conservation: an analysis of New Zealand Antarctic stakeholder views
(Lincoln University, 2016-10-31)
The Antarctic, open to all and under no state ownership, is one of the world’s global commons. This area is facing challenges that extend beyond its boundaries. Challenges stemming from global warming, economic utilisation ...
A review of some aspects of the protection of native flora in New Zealand
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1988)
The many special features of the New Zealand environment are the culmination of its natural and geological history and, more latterly, human history. The isolation of New Zealand for such a long time ensured that it remained ...
External pressures on McAdam National Park : A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Diploma in Parks and Recreation Management (Park Ranger option) at Lincoln University
(Lincoln University, 1991)
Papua New Guinea is a developing country. It is rich in natural resources such as marine fisheries, timber from the tropical rainforest, minerals (gold/copper) from beneath the ground, and now, oil and natural gas (inshore ...