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School use of national parks for outdoor education : a case study of Arthur’s Pass National Park
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1981)
This study is centred on issues concerning school outdoor educational use of national parks. The degree to which school group use of national parks threatens the preservation of parks in their natural state and the ...
Natural resources/conservation education (for Nepal)
(Lincoln University, 1985)
A small mountainous country Nepal has a large amount of natural resources. It has been recognised a Himalayan paradise in the minds of millions of Foreign tourists. A small country, which has a population of fifteen million, ...
Interpretation for children
(Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism., 1989)
This paper discusses environmental interpretation for children. Included are definitions of interpretation; reasons for doing it; why emphasis upon children is important; the special requirements of effective interpretation ...
The St. James walkway study
(Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism., 1989-09)
Prior to the opening of the St James Walkway in 1981, David Simmons of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism at Lincoln College, proposed a five year research programme to the New Zealand Walkways Commission. ...