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Biodiversity management: Lake Rotoiti choice modelling study
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness & Economics Research Unit, 2008-09)
Invasive species are non-indigenous species that adversely affect the habitat they invade. The adverse impact can be ecological (e.g. extinction of indigenous species), environmental (e.g. altering ecosystem function) ...
Economic policy and cultural well-being: the New Zealand experience
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2008)
In 2002, the New Zealand government identified three sectors that would be the focus of public policy under its Growth and Innovation Framework. One of these three sectors was the creative industries, selected on the basis ...
Valuing potential benefits of weed biocontrol research: A study of Californian thistle on New Zealand lowland intensive sheep farms
Conference poster: A novel bioeconomic model is used to value the potential benefits of research into biocontrol of Californian thistle.
Employment trends in dairy farming in New Zealand, 1991 - 2006
(Lincoln University. Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, 2008-02)
Today agriculture overall is New Zealand’s largest export earner. In the year to June 2007 dairy exports alone were 25% of total merchandise export value. These were produced by 3.8 million cows in 11,883 herds (Livestock ...