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Summertime visitors to Arthur's Pass National Park - Characteristics, motivations, perceptions, impact
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
This thesis questions the nature of National Park use in New Zealand. In particular it focuses on the summertime visitors to Arthur's Pass National Park and the legislative dilemma of providing for both preservation and ...
The St. James walkway study
(Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism., 1989-09)
Prior to the opening of the St James Walkway in 1981, David Simmons of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism at Lincoln College, proposed a five year research programme to the New Zealand Walkways Commission. ...
The recreational hunter : central North Island study
(Lincoln College. Department of Horticulture, Landscape and Parks., 1983-06)
This research has been undertaken under contract to the New Zealand Forest Service. In 1981 Simmons and Devlin completed the first study of recreational hunting which was based on the Canterbury region with emphasis on the ...
The socio-cultural impacts of tourism ; a review of literature, policy and research implications for New Zealand
(Research Section, New Zealand Tourist & Publicity Department, 1986-07)
This paper has been commissioned by the New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department. Its objectives are to present a discussion paper on the socio-cultural impacts of tourism and the requirements for their monitoring and ...