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Rivers or drains? Management of urban rivers with reference to the Heathcote
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1985)
Rivers and settlements belong together; there are few urban areas without at least one significant watercourse flowing through them. Urban rivers, and in particular the Heathcote River, are the subject of this dissertation. ...
Social assessment and residential burning policies for Christchurch: an implementation strategy for the Canterbury Regional Council
(Lincoln University, 1998)
On many winter evenings in Christchurch, particulate air pollution reaches concentrations that are detrimental for public health. The Canterbury Regional Council (CRC) is currently in the process of preparing a proposed ...
Observations on the peri-urban walkways of Christchurch
(University of Canterbury, 1985)
The steady growth in leisure and outdoor recreation over the past three decades has made the task of recreation planning and management more complex. (Stankey and Wood 1982) Areas which provide for outdoor recreation ...
Tree protection in Christchurch : the legal aspects
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
The object of this dissertation is to discuss the legal aspects of tree protection in Christchurch. This will involve considering the measures taken to protect trees by the 5 Christchurch local authorities - Christchurch ...
Air pollution in Christchurch: the current state of affairs
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
“It may be that Christchurch is the first city in the world to suffer a "Los Angeles" type smog in summer and also a "London" type smog in winter." International Union of Air Pollution Prevention Associations, 1977. This ...
Zeroing in on food waste : estimating the sources and sinks of putrescible material in Christchurch
(Lincoln University, 2000)
Waste production is a significant obstacle on the road to sustainability. Progressing further down that road, will require a greater understanding of the waste stream and of the possibilities for sustainably utilising ...