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Planning approaches for the management of surf breaks in New Zealand
There is a strong surfing culture, heritage, and community that shares a common spirit in New Zealand and around the world. Surf breaks are places where the practice of surfing predominantly occurs and have recently been ...
Bay of Plenty surf break study
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design. Department of Environmental Management., 2011-04)
Surf breaks form unique areas in the natural character of the coastal environment. This study investigates criteria necessary to identify where surf breaks occur and rate their associated values in order to provide for ...
Can plantain maintain milk production of dairy cows whilst reducing urinary N losses?
(Lincoln University, 2017)
Nitrogen (N) from urine patches is a major contributor to N leaching, due to the high loading rate of N in urine patches compared with the capacity of many plant species to take up N. This study aimed to determine milk ...
To keep it 'zip'ped or not? Challenges for a scientist working as a member of a Canterbury Water Zone committee
(Lincoln University, 2011-08)
Should scientists contribute their expertise to collaborative and ‘wicked’ environmental problem resolution processes when they will face major challenges –to their credibility, to their patience, and to the other work ...
Ecology of the naturalisation and geographic distribution of the non-indigenous seed plant species of New Zealand.
(Lincoln University, 2008)
The naturalisation and subsequent spread of non-indigenous plant species (NIPS) is a major problem for most regions of the world. Managing plant invasions requires greater understanding of factors that determine initial ...
Canterbury youth and outdoor recreation: An investigation of youth group leaders' perspectives on recreation opportunities on Banks Peninsula
(Lincoln University, 2015-05)
In the summer of 2014-2015, Lincoln University, in conjunction with the Rod Donald Banks Peninsula Trust and Department of Conservation, undertook research to explore the use of the Banks Peninsula walkways among youth ...