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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 ...
Hunting for optimality: preferences for Sika deer hunting experiences
(Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2014)
Introduced ungulate game animals are managed as pests on New Zealand public lands. Open access recreational hunting and commercial harvests have resulted in negative externalities as individuals and groups with competing ...
Upper Waitaki limit setting process: social-economic profile of the Waitaki Catchment
(Taylor Baines and Associates and Harris Consulting, 2015-05-01)
This social profile summarises the current state of the Waitaki Catchment in South Canterbury, South Island of New Zealand (see Maps in attachment 1). The profile provides a baseline from which future water management ...
Dairy farmers’ perspectives of riparian corridor design and management: a Canterbury, New Zealand, case study
(Lincoln University, 2016-06-30)
Riparian corridors provide many functions in agricultural landscapes which contribute to water quality and ecological values. However intensification of dairy farms has degraded waterways and their functions within many ...
A failed attempt at collaborative water planning: Selwyn Waihora Variation 1
(Lincoln University Planning Association, 2015-12)
This article contextualises and reports on one of the 13 sub-regional water plans underway to set environmental limits as part of implementing the Canterbury Water Management Strategy (CWMS).
Otago Regional Council's response to lake snow: A planner's evaluation
(Lincoln University, 2017-11-14)
Invasive species are a threat to the economy, environment and community, therefore it is essential that there is an effective framework in place for biosecurity management in New Zealand, to ensure that planners within ...
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 ...