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Pelagic birdlife in relation to predator control and tourism: a case study of penguins in Banks Peninsula New Zealand
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment Society and Design, 2014-12-18)
This report aims to examine and identify the outcomes of the Wildside project on Banks Peninsula in the Canterbury region of South Island of New Zealand. Penguins in Flea Bay are the focus of this study and the objective ...
Transport infrastructure development, tourism and livelihood strategies: An analysis of isolated communities of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
(Lincoln University, 2019)
Geographically isolated communities around the world are dependent upon the limited assets in local subsistence economies to generate livelihoods. Locally available resources shape and give identity to unique cultural ...
Transport infrastructure and social inclusion: A case study of tourism in the region of Gilgit-Baltistan
Until the building of the Karakorum Highway (1958–78), the region of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, was extremely isolated, thus preserving distinct cultural traits. The few tourists accessing the area were primarily experienced ...