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Faculty of Environment, Society and Design

Research Archive

Faculty of Environment, Society and Design

 

The Faculty of Environment, Society and Design provides expertise in environmental design, computing, resource planning, transport studies, landscape architecture, recreation management, social sciences, tourism, communication and exercise science.

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  • de la Barre, S.; Maher, P. T.; Dawson, J.; Hillmer-Pegram, K.; Huijbens, E.; Lamers, M.; Liggett, D.; Müller, D.; Pashkevich, A.; Stewart, E. J. (Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Norsk Polarinstitutt and Co-Action Publishing, 2016)
    The Arctic is affected by global environmental change and also by diverse interests from many economic sectors and industries. Over the last decade, various actors have attempted to explore the options for setting up ...
  • Kirpensteijn, Helene (Lincoln University, 2017-04-10)
    Green building design and technology has been developed to lower the impacts of buildings on the environment while maintaining, and in some cases improving all the functions and values of a traditional building. Although ...
  • Lambert, S.; Shadbolt, M.; Ataria, J. M.; Black, A. (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, New Zealand’s Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence, Auckland, 2012-12)
    The scale of damage from a series of earthquakes across Christchurch Otautahi in 2010 and 2011 challenged all networks in the city at a time when many individuals and communities were under severe economic pressure. ...
  • Case, B. S.; Buckley, H. L.; Barker Plotkin, A.; Ellison, A. M. (Chilean Statistical Society, 2016-09)
    Forest development involves a complex set of ecological processes, such as dispersal and competition for light, which can generate a range of spatial patterns in forest structure that change through time. One interesting ...
  • Eaves, A.; Doscher, C. (Lincoln University Planning Association, 2015-12)
    Predictive modelling provides an efficient means to analyse the coastal environment and generate knowledge for long term urban planning. In this study, the numerical models SWAN and XBeach were incorporated into the ESRI ...

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