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    • 'Lag-effect' politics and the politicisation of New Zealand farmers: Where to from here? 

      Duncan, Ronlyn (Lincoln University Planning Association, 2017-12)
      Responding to diffuse agricultural pollution is plagued by the considerable period of time it can take before ecological thresholds are breached and the impacts of actions on land become evident in water. Reflecting on ...
    • An investigation into the use of visualisations in the Resource Consent Process 

      Baird, Benjamin M; Rennie, Hamish (Lincoln University Planning Association, 2017)
      The use of Computer Aided Design (CAD) drawings or other static images (including photo-shop and simulations) to visualise potential future situations is common and powerful in planning processes. Its production, use and ...
    • Nation, city, place: Rethinking nationalism 

      Egoz, Yael S. (Landscape Review, 2007)
      In the past two decades academic interest in, and discussion of, identity and place mainly arose in the context of globalisation, its drive to homogenise culture and the role architecture may play in resisting the negative ...
    • Landscape assessment in New Zealand: Background and current issues 

      Swaffield, Simon R. (Lincoln University, 1999)
      One result of the growth in environmental awareness in the latter half of the twentieth century has been the recognition in New Zealand legislation of a public interest in landscape. The focus of environmental and landscape ...
    • Towards an ontology of transport: Transport naturalised 

      Upton, James (Lincoln University, 2018-02-02)
      This thesis develops an ontology of transport that is appropriate for transportation as it occurs in all earth systems, whether physical, biological, social, or economic. I argue that the current very restrictive ontology ...