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Love thy neighbour? A study of Kahurangi National Park, New Zealand and the people-park relationship
(Lincoln University, 2004)
The establishment of national parks can generate significant changes for the people living in and around them. Acknowledging this, park managers around the world increasingly recognise that nature conservation and protected ...
An investigation of visitor behaviour in recreation and tourism settings: a case study of natural hazard management at the Glaciers, Westland National Park, New Zealand : a dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Applied Science at Lincoln University
(Lincoln University, 2008)
Visitor non-compliance with protective recommendations is a major problem faced by recreational managers within natural environments. Although many studies have been conducted on noncompliant visitor behaviour within ...
Tourism and recreation in New Zealand’s natural environment: a bibliography and research synthesis
The bibliography provides a comprehensive catalogue of publications relevant to commercial and non-commercial recreation and tourism activities which are dependent upon the countryside, protected areas, the coast and ...
The phenomenon of risk and its management in natural resource recreation and tourism settings : a case study of Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers, Westland National Park, New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2001)
The significance of risk is growing in many Western societies, a phenomenon linked to increasing individualism, personal choice, and outcome uncertainty in multiple spheres of life. Despite being healthier and more physically ...
Managing recreation and tourism in New Zealand mountains
(International Mountain Society and United Nations University, 2001-11)
New Zealand is a very mountainous country with sparsely populated mountain lands. While large tracts are held in private ownership used in pastoral production, the majority is state owned. New Zealand's protected natural ...