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Exerting power in a landscape management controversy: a case study for the proposed Penguin Parade at Boulder Bay
(Lincoln University. Landscape Architecture Group., 2004)
Managing the future of places that are esteemed for both their cultural and natural heritage values is becoming increasingly contentious. This paper examines the spatialised strategies of two groups attempting to influence ...
Methodologies for measuring thresholds of change from tourism impacts on New Zealand natural assets
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2004-11)
The demand to see and the level of diverse use made of natural assets by tourists is increasing and a methodology is needed to measure change in the condition of these assets and whether or not that change is acceptable ...