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Bridle paths in the Marlborough Sounds, their history, use and interpretation
(University of Canterbury, 1981)
The Marlborough Sounds have played a unique role in New Zealand's history. The european explorers, Abel Tasman and Captain James Cook visited the Sounds on a number of occasions during their travels to New Zealand. ...
Observations on the peri-urban walkways of Christchurch
(University of Canterbury, 1985)
The steady growth in leisure and outdoor recreation over the past three decades has made the task of recreation planning and management more complex. (Stankey and Wood 1982) Areas which provide for outdoor recreation ...
Red deer in New Zealand
(University of Canterbury, 1980)
My interest in this subject stems from one of intriguement as to what has happened and scepticism to what may happen to red deer in New Zealand. Having an association with the topic as an amateur hunter, and concern and ...
Trekkers : the needs, behaviour and wants of the back country horse trekker
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
For the purposes of this dissertation, some horse trekkers in the Canterbury area were questioned. People who were the main contributors of information, were from Pony Clubs, Bridleways and Concessionaries. Individuals ...
Management for recreation in the Summit Road region of the Port Hills, Canterbury: a preliminary study
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
This study examines the use of the Summit Road area for recreation, and the demands this is making on management and administration. Recreational use focuses on the Summit Road and the adjacent areas of public and private ...