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Soils and geomorphology of a lowland rimu forest managed for sustainable timber production
(Lincoln University, 1997)
Saltwater Forest is a Dacrydium cupressinum-dominated lowland forest covering 9000 ha in south Westland, South Island, New Zealand. Four thousand hectares is managed for sustainable production of indigenous timber. The aim ...
Putting the frames in perspective
(AGM Publishing., 1999-11)
A critique of the Auckland Regional Council Natural Masterpiece Project, where the ARC is attempting to ' brand ' its parks with huge gilt frames. The frames are significant in the way they express a particular perspective on ...
Visitor and New Zealand fur seal interactions along the Kaikoura coast
(Lincoln University. Tourism Research and Education Centre., 1998-09)
The demise of the farm labourer and the rise of the food technologist : a century of radical change in farm employment, 1900-1999
(Lincoln University. Farm and Horticultural Management Group, 1999-07)
This paper reviews changes in farm employment over the 20th Century by viewing farm work as it was around 1900 and how it is appearing to be by 1999 through the eyes of contemporary observers. Then changes in work and ...
A framework for landscape assessment
(Lincoln University. Landscape Architecture Group., 1999)
The primary aim of the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects (NZILA) conference on landscape assessment, held at Lincoln University on 12-14 March 1999, was to identify the key elements of an assessment framework ...
A land systems approach: Bay of Plenty
(Lincoln University. Landscape Architecture Group, 1999)
This case study features the combination of land systems with related ecological and climatic concepts in the Bay of Plenty (BOP) region of New Zealand. The aim of the study was to develop a framework for monitoring ...
Investigating community : imperatives for but constraints against land use change in the Mackenzie / Waitaki Basin
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 1997-06)
This report uses an ethnographic approach to provide a description and analysis of the social context of land use change in the Mackenzie/Waitaki Basin. In order to understand current land use dynamics it begins by reviewing ...
Public perceptions of natural and modified landscapes of the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 1999-10)
The primary objective of this study was to document public perception of natural character in the biophysical environment using the Coromandel Peninsula as a case study of landscape settings. The design of the research ...
The intake, digestion and protein degradation of grazed herbage by early-weaned lambs
(Cambridge University Press, 1992-09)
Sixty-four intact lambs and twenty-four lambs fitted with a duodenal cannula were weaned at 6 weeks of age and grazed pure species swards of either lucerne (Medicago sativa), white clover (Trifolium repens), ryegrass (Lolium ...
A model of magnesium metabolism in young sheep. Magnesium absorption and excretion
(Cambridge University Press, 1997-12)
A model of Mg metabolism in sheep is proposed. It is based on standard Michaelis-Menten enzyme kinetics to describe the transport of Mg across the rumen wall and passive diffusion to describe the absorption of Mg in the ...