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Management plan beginnings : A guide for the novice : Dissertation presented as part requirement for Diploma in Parks and Recreation (Local Authority Option), Lincoln College
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
1. How did management plans begin? 2. How does one begin a management plan? The purpose of this dissertation is to offer some answers to both these questions (hence the title Management Plan Beginnings). But the answers ...
Youth conservation volunteers : A report on alternative approaches to the involvement of youth in environmental resource management : Dissertation requirement for the Diploma in Parks and Recreation
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
This report explores ways by which that 'experience' can be made into a realistic and useful alternative. It deals with ways utilising motivated people to help staff develop our parks more completely while providing both ...
South Canterbury Coastal Streams (SCCS) Limit Setting Process: Social Profile and Assessment
(Canterbury Regional Council (ECAN), 2015-01)
The social analysis reported here was part of the process for setting nutrient limits, and minimum flows and water allocation for the South Canterbury Coastal Streams (SCCS) through a sub-regional plan of the Canterbury ...
To keep it 'zip'ped or not? Challenges for a scientist working as a member of a Canterbury Water Zone committee
(Lincoln University, 2011-08)
Should scientists contribute their expertise to collaborative and ‘wicked’ environmental problem resolution processes when they will face major challenges –to their credibility, to their patience, and to the other work ...
Upper Waitaki limit setting process: social-economic profile of the Waitaki Catchment
(Taylor Baines and Associates and Harris Consulting, 2015-05-01)
This social profile summarises the current state of the Waitaki Catchment in South Canterbury, South Island of New Zealand (see Maps in attachment 1). The profile provides a baseline from which future water management ...
Water quantity and quality issues in Canterbury water
Oral presentation slides based on a talk given to the NZIA&HS, Lincoln University, 2014: (Having your cake and eating it too: balancing different land uses and their impacts (Or: Having your river & swimming in it too)). ...
Hunting for optimality: preferences for Sika deer hunting experiences
(Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2014)
Introduced ungulate game animals are managed as pests on New Zealand public lands. Open access recreational hunting and commercial harvests have resulted in negative externalities as individuals and groups with competing ...
A failed attempt at collaborative water planning: Selwyn Waihora Variation 1
(Lincoln University Planning Association, 2015-12)
This article contextualises and reports on one of the 13 sub-regional water plans underway to set environmental limits as part of implementing the Canterbury Water Management Strategy (CWMS).
Rodent control and island conservation
(CAB International, 2015)
Most rodent species are highly adapted, selected, boom-or-bust strategists. Such pre-adaptation to invasiveness allows them quickly to take advantage of abundant new resources and is why rodents are among the most successful ...
Whither the Crown’s interest in South Island high country land reform?
(Victoria University of Wellington. Institute of Policy Studies., 2007)
The South Island high country has long been the subject of debate over resource use and ecological protection. Since early 2006, the ownership and relative value of property rights in high country pastoral leases have ...