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Big game hunter surveys
This oral presentation looks at the costs, recreation benefits, non-recreational harvests, conservation and other facters of the big game hunter surveys.
Hunting for optimality: preferences for Sika deer hunting experiences
(Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2014)
Introduced ungulate game animals are managed as pests on New Zealand public lands. Open access recreational hunting and commercial harvests have resulted in negative externalities as individuals and groups with competing ...
AccessMe concept assessment: Report to the New Zealand Walking Access Commission
(New Zealand Walking Access Commission, 2017-02)
The concept of AccessMe is a simple one – a digital platform where people can request access to a farm (for hunting, fishing, tramping etc.), and landholders can respond, without having to share personal information, make ...
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 ...
A social history of women and cycling in late-nineteenth century New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 1998)
In the final decade of the nineteenth-century, when New Zealand women began riding the bicycle, they excited intense public debate about contemporary middle-class ideals of femininity. The research question posed is: "why ...
Tourism and ecosystem services in New Zealand
(Manaaki Whenua Press, 2013)
Tourism is an important and growing economic activity in New Zealand. While promotional activities highlight New Zealand’s biodiversity and ‘clean green’ image under a 100% pure brand, relatively little is known of its ...
Women and recreation in Aotearoa/New Zealand : an annotated bibliography
(Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism., 1991-02)
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 ...
Making space for community in super-productivist rural settings
This paper contributes a perspective on an enduring debate in rural studies about the transformation of rural areas in developed market economies into more or less ‘productivist’ landscapes. We focus on the conceptual ...
Cultural ecosystem services provided by mountain landscapes - understanding recreational preferences: A case study of Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park and buffer zone, Everest region, Nepal : A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Natural Resources Management and Ecological Engineering at Lincoln University
(Lincoln University, 2020)
Cultural ecosystem services [CES] are non material benefits that humans receive from the natural environment. They are often characterized as intangible, subjective and difficult to quantify. People can enjoy direct benefits ...