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Hari Hari : a study of land use and a community
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1981)
A multi-disciplinary approach was used to study land use, and the associated community of Hari Hari. Land use decisions concerning forestry and agriculture, were placed in the context of social and economic needs of the ...
The interface between recreation, tourism, and wilderness, in New Zealand's conservation estate
(Lincoln University, 1996)
This report focuses on an increasingly contentious issue; the mounting pressure being placed on New Zealand's wilderness, due to its rising popularity for a diversity of recreational and tourism activities. There is an ...