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Castle Hill rock climbing: a case study of a recreation versus preservation conflict
(Lincoln University, 1991)
Castle Hill basin is a unique area of limestone tors in the Broken River catchment of Canterbury. The limestone provides specialised habitats for a number of plants in the area, some of which are endemic to the basin. The ...
Wellington district walkways : on the right track? : a recreation survey of two city walkways and two rural walkways in the Wellington district
(University of Canterbury, 1982)
Because we are dealing with two quite different types of walkways, two systems were used, sometimes individually, sometimes in combination. With the rural walkways we adopted an approach of stationing the interviewer at ...
Skifields of the Craigieburn Range : a dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the Diploma in Parks and Recreation (Park Ranger Option), Lincoln College
(University of Canterbury, 1983)
To date, studies made of this area have been mainly concerned with summing the resources not only of recreational value but of climatic, geologic and hydrological interest. In this study the author has directed his interest ...