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A framework for managing the biophysical effects of tourism on the natural environment in New Zealand
(Channel View Publications, 2002)
Tourists in New Zealand often impact on the natural environments that are the very reason for their visits. It is, therefore, necessary to manage those natural environments to help ensure that tourism is an environmentally ...
Best practice policies for local government management of natural assets developed for tourists
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2004-11)
With the tourism sector now a significant contributor to the New Zealand economy ($5.9 billion direct tourism value added in the year ended March 2003), and strong growth patterns forecast to continue for the 2003-2009 ...
Tourism, water and waste in Akaroa : implications of tourist demand on infrastructure
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2003-11)
There are three components to this research project. The first is the quantitative analysis of the impact of tourist flows to Akaroa on the town's water supply services and wastewater management services. The second is the ...
Tourism, water and waste in Westland : implications of increasing demand on infrastructure
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2001-07)
The growth of tourism, and its consequent benefits, are dependent on the maintenance, if not enhancement, of the West Coast's unique natural environment. Parts of this natural environment have been described as ecologically ...
Tourism, water, wastewater and waste services in small towns
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2004-03)
This is a two-part report on research completed during 2003/2004 in Hanmer Springs and Kaikoura. The research was conducted by the Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC) at Lincoln University. Hanmer ...