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Recreation in the Waimakariri Basin; an introductory study with special reference to the Broken River region
(Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1972)
The authors of this study have approached the problem of planning for recreational use of the Waimakariri Basin in the Canterbury Mountains by placing emphasis on the constraints imposed by the environment itself. In this ...
The management of New Zealand mountain lands for recreation : the third of three volumes on the current status and future direction of mountain land recreation in New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1979)
This report is a nationwide perspective of the management of mountain lands through the expressed thoughts and impressions which the managers of these lands have given. Furthermore, it is a critical review of management. ...
The mountain land recreationist in New Zealand : the first of three volumes on the current status and future direction of mountain land recreation in New Zealand
(Lincoln College, Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1980)
Barring love and war, few enterprises are undertaken with such abandon, or by such diverse individuals, or with so paradoxical a mixture of appetite and altruism, as that group of avocations known as outdoor recreation. ...
The public mountain land resource for recreation in New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1980)
The first volume of these studies concentrated on the needs, behaviour and wants of New Zealand mountain recreationists. It was the conception of Dr Robert Aukerman of Colorado State University in his leadership of this ...
Resource use options for the Upper Manuherikia Valley : 603 case study
(University of Canterbury and Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1982)
Current resource development in New Zealand is unprecedented in its pace and scale. Development activities have implications for other resource uses and for future generations. Conflicts generated must be recognized and a ...