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Tourism and Maori development in Rotorua
(Lincoln University. Tourism Research and Education Centre., 2000-02)
The objective of this study was to develop an understanding of tourism and Maori development in Rotorua. The research process followed recognised protocols typical of culturally appropriate research and was sensitive to ...
Assessing tourism yield: an analysis of public sector costs and benefits
(University of Surrey. School of Management., 2006-06)
Yield has become a central issue in tourism development. Throughout the world many tourism managers speak of "high yield, low volume" tourism. In New Zealand, for example, the national Tourism Strategy (NZTS2010) has called ...
Summertime visitors to Arthur's Pass National Park - Characteristics, motivations, perceptions, impact
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
This thesis questions the nature of National Park use in New Zealand. In particular it focuses on the summertime visitors to Arthur's Pass National Park and the legislative dilemma of providing for both preservation and ...
Interactions between tourists and the natural environment : impacts of tourist trampling on geothermal vegetation and tourist experiences at geothermal sites in Rotorua
(Lincoln University. Tourism Research and Education Centre, 2000-02)
The main objective of this research was to evaluate tourist impacts on geothermal vegetation and to examine visitor's attitudes towards their impacts on vegetation. Two commercially operated sites near Rotorua were selected ...
Tourism in Rotorua : destination evolution and recommendations for management
(Lincoln University. Tourism Research and Education Centre, 2000-04)
This report provides a synthesis of seven separate reports into key aspects of tourism in Rotorua, and makes recommendations for the future management of the sector. The overall conclusion of this study is that tourism in ...
Tourism, water and waste in Akaroa : implications of tourist demand on infrastructure
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2003-11)
There are three components to this research project. The first is the quantitative analysis of the impact of tourist flows to Akaroa on the town's water supply services and wastewater management services. The second is the ...
Visitor and New Zealand fur seal interactions along the Kaikoura coast
(Lincoln University. Tourism Research and Education Centre., 1998-09)
Eco-tourism: An ally of nature conservation? Defining the rule and measuring the outcomes
(Isaac Centre for Nature Conservation. Lincoln University, 2002-04)
The nature of wellbeing: How nature’s ecosystem services contribute to the wellbeing of New Zealand and New Zealanders
(Department of Conservation, 2015-03)
What do we need for a ‘good life’? At one level, the answer to this question will differ for each person. Yet at a deeper level, we all share a common set of fundamental needs that must be met for us to experience wellbeing. ...
Tourism, water and waste in Westland : implications of increasing demand on infrastructure
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2001-07)
The growth of tourism, and its consequent benefits, are dependent on the maintenance, if not enhancement, of the West Coast's unique natural environment. Parts of this natural environment have been described as ecologically ...