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The gloomy side of climbing the highest mountains on the planet : case study of waste management on 800m peaks in Pakistan
(Lincoln University, 2009)
In 1963, Everest has been described as "the world's highest junk yard". Half a decade later, all 8000m peaks in the Himalayas suffer from the same problem. Abandoned materials of all sorts ranging from tin cans and plastic ...
Effluent discharge locations for motorised caravans: a GIS analysis for the South Island New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2000)
Freedom Camping has gained popularity in New Zealand in the last decade. This has created the potential for consequential environmental problems. Various public sectors are concerned about the disposal of untreated sewerage ...