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Financial incentives for the conservation of the landscape
(Lincoln University, 1986)
The role of financial incentives (and in particular rating relief) as policy instruments for encouraging the conservation of the landscape is considered. The usefulness of such policy tools is assessed and other ways of ...
Red deer in New Zealand
(University of Canterbury, 1980)
My interest in this subject stems from one of intriguement as to what has happened and scepticism to what may happen to red deer in New Zealand. Having an association with the topic as an amateur hunter, and concern and ...
A discussion of the planning criteria for considering additions to the national park system, with special reference to three potential additions to Urewera National Park
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
There is a need for considerable boundary rationalisation around the Urewera National Park. In the south-west corner of this National Park, there are three proposed additions: (i) the headwaters of the Waiau River, within ...
Looking at the issues: conservation and management of Westland's historic resource
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1987)
This is a study of pressures on the historic resources of Westland and how these can best be resolved. Pressure is being placed on Westland's historic resources mainly by renewed mining activity and by other factors such ...
Cave wilderness : the reconciliation of conservation and use
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1983)
A study of within cave management for wilderness values. Included is information photomonitoring from a project undertaken by the author on the Henry Lambert Levels of Gardner’s Gut Cave, Waitomo.