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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Tourism, biosecurity and pathways into New Zealand: Identifying risk and mitigation strategies. Report on visitor hotspot data mapping (Lincoln UniversityLincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2018-11)This report describes the mapping and analysis of tourist itinerary data to identify visitor hotspots on nights/days one to seven of visits to New Zealand. Two data sets – describing sample data collected via the International ...
Building resilience in transient rural communities – a post-earthquake regional study: Fieldwork report (Lincoln UniversityLincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2018-11)This report forms part of a research project examining rural community resilience to natural hazard events, with a particular focus on transient population groups. A preliminary desktop and scoping exercise was undertaken ...
How has contamination to water supply altered Havelock North business owners’ perspectives on water? (Lincoln University, 2018)Safe drinking water is essential to public health. In August 2016 an outbreak of gastroenteritis in Havelock North, New Zealand, shook the public’s trust in the water supply service. Over 5,500 of the town’s 14,000 residents ...
Building resilience in transient rural communities – a post-earthquake regional study: Scoping report (Lincoln UniversityLincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2017-11)The Kaikoura earthquake in November 2016 highlighted the vulnerability of New Zealand’s rural communities to locally-specific hazard events, which generate regional and national scale impacts. Kaikoura was isolated with ...
(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).