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Increasing uptake of environmental practices on sheep and beef farms
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme., 2012)
Water quality issues are at the forefront of people’s minds at present. The sheep and beef sector is coming under increasing pressure to ‘do their bit’ to improve water quality on farm. This is not necessarily a straight ...
An evaluation of institutional responses to streams influenced by agricultural landuse : the Waikakahi Stream case study
(Lincoln University, 2001)
This report was prepared in partial fulfilment of the MSc in Resource Management at Lincoln University. The report is directed at Environment Canterbury, in particular, but also other environmental management institutions. ...
Microbial water quality of rivers used for contact recreation in the Canterbury Region
(Lincoln University, 2002)
Canterbury's freshwaters are highly valued as recreational resources, and are widely utilised for a range of activities including bathing, boating, and fishing. Faecal contamination of freshwater usually arises when the ...
Working the blue gold: a personal journey with mathematical tools for water management
(Lincoln Ventures Ltd., 2010-12)
This presentation is about mathematical models, but with a particular bias. The title refers to working the blue gold – and the models are called mathematical tools. This is about mathematical models applied to solving ...
Perspectives on the Canterbury Water Management Strategy
(Lincoln University. LEaP., 2010-08)
The Canterbury Water Management Strategy: Strategic Framework, released in November 2009 by Canterbury Water , is an innovative planning initiative based on a collaborative governance model. The CWMS is a framework to ...
What's at the end of the line for Akaroa wastewater - infertile fish?
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design. Department of Environmental Management., 2011-09)
The small township of Akaroa on the eastern tip of Banks Peninsula is in a quandary over the future of its wastewater system. The factors that make this difficult community issue unique to such a quaint, adorable Canterbury ...