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The wheel of water: The contribution of the agricultural sector in Selwyn and Waimakariri districts to the economy of Christchurch
(Lincoln University, 2015-07)
The impacts of expenditure flows from rural districts on the economy of Christchurch have been calculated as part of a broader research project, “The Wheel of Water”, led by Aqualinc Research Ltd. and funded by the Ministry ...
“Thickening the Light”: designing grounded experience in Christchurch’s Eastern Frame
(Lincoln University, 2014)
This thesis explores the recent movement in landscape architecture towards phenomenological design, and investigates what possibilities could be generated through a process which places primacy on embodied experience. The ...
Community commodified: harnessing community in the marketing and creation of residential developments
(Lincoln University, 2012)
In New Zealand private property developers have begun to influence urban form in new ways by building large residential subdivisions and master planned developments reminiscent of those that have been built in the US for ...
Community, resilience and recovery: building or burning bridges?
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design. Department of Environmental Management., 2011-09)
There is a critical strand of literature suggesting that there are no ‘natural’ disasters (Abramovitz, 2001; Anderson and Woodrow, 1998; Clarke, 2008; Hinchliffe, 2004). There are only those that leave us – the people - ...