Research Archive

School of Landscape Architecture

Research Archive

School of Landscape Architecture

 

The School of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University bases its teaching and research on the coastal areas, urban centres, townships, agricultural lands and mountains of the South Island.

Recent Submissions

  • Aleksandrova, Kess (Lincoln University, 2016-09-12)
    New-world countries are often characterized by large areas of sprawling post-war suburban development. The streets of these suburbs are often criticized for being unattractive transport corridors that prioritize cars at ...
  • Watson, R. T. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
    Major design project - Survey of Auchenflower area, Canterbury NZ. 8 Maps with notes.
  • Bowring, J. (Lincoln University, 2012)
    Disasters are a critical topic for practitioners of landscape architecture. A fundamental role of the profession is disaster prevention or mitigation through practitioners having a thorough understanding of known threats. ...
  • Bowring, J. (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013)
    The city of Christchurch, New Zealand, was until very recently a “Junior England”—a small city that still bore the strong imprint of nineteenth-century British colonization, alongside a growing interest in the underlying ...
  • Royds, Don (Lincoln University, 2016)
    Big data is growing in volume, variety and velocity. It is becoming more available as open data due to rise in prominence and significance, along with an increase in government policies and inter-governmental agreements ...

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