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A study of some landscape problems of hydro-electric schemes in New Zealand: with comment upon the landscape development of the Atiamuri power scheme
(University of Canterbury, 1970)
The Atiamuri Power Station was commissioned in 1958. Primary restoration work was carried out after construction workers moved out. Many areas that had been acquired for use during the construction phase of scheme were ...
An appraisal of the Tekapo region with specific emphasis on planning of the domain : a research study submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Diploma in Landscape Architecture in the University of Canterbury [Lincoln College]
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1973)
With the development of the Mackenzie Basin for hydro-electric power, there has become an increasing demand on the Tekapo region for recreation. This study is to outline the landscape problems associated with the recreational ...
Tinwald Domain landscape development : a research study submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Diploma in Landscape Architecture at Lincoln College in the University of Canterbury
Tinwald Domain has in recent years been subject to increasing pressure from users on the space available, and because of this, the Domain Board realised that a planning scheme would have to be prepared. This would enable ...
Recreational use of McLeans Island : the development present state and potential of recreation in the McLeans Island complex of the Lower Waimakariri River : a dissertation compiled and submitted for the Diploma of Parks and Recreation (Lincoln College)
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
In 1947 the North Canterbury Catchment Board became the controlling authority of endowments along the Waimakariri River course for flood control purposes. In the 1960's the Board became aware of an increasing demand for ...
Glentunnel Domain : landscape development study : a research study submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Diploma in Landscape Architecture at Lincoln College in the University of Canterbury
Canterbury's growing population, especially its urban population, is putting greater and greater pressure on recreation facilities in the countryside. In order to keep pace with this increasing demand the Department of ...