Research Archive

Centre for Land Environment and People (LEaP)

Research Archive

Centre for Land Environment and People (LEaP)

 

LEaP aims to enhance the economic, environmental and social sustainability of societies by improving the understanding of local-global change interactions and by motivating and engaging stakeholders in New Zealand and elsewhere. The Centre's mission statement is 'a network for creating and sharing knowledge', with strategic goals to:

  • Undertake high quality interdisciplinary theoretical and applied research and critique of the changing relationships within and between society and the environment
  • Promote stewardship, health and wellbeing of the environment, society and its diverse cultures, through our educational and research activities

More information is available from the LEaP Web site.

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  • Kerr, Geoffrey N. (Lincoln University. LEaP, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2017-11)
    This paper investigates the hypotheses that marginal utility from killing game animals in New Zealand big game hunts diminishes with number of kills, and that hunt motivations affect marginal satisfaction. In addition to ...
  • Thompson, C.; Fountain, Joanna M. (Lincoln University. LEaP, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2017-10)
    In the summer of 2014/2015, research was conducted in the Central Otago wine region to determine the characteristics, perceptions and experiences of international and domestic tourists visiting wineries in the area. The ...
  • Alcee, Mandille (LEaP, Lincoln University, Lincoln, Canterbury, N.Z., 2017-10)
    Understanding the socio-economic value of freshwater in Christchurch has emerged as long-term development plans for the city ensues with attempts being made to better understand this natural resource and the value it adds ...
  • Wilson, Judith; Simmons, David G. (Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA) and Lincoln University, New Zealand, 2016-11)
    This report examines the last ten years of tourism in New Zealand and gives a snapshot of the current state and performance of the tourism industry. It is the sixth publication in an annual series produced by Lincoln ...
  • Wilson, Judith (LEaP. Lincoln University, Lincoln, Canterbury, 2016-06)
    This report presents the findings from a 2015/16 survey of users on the Alps 2 Ocean (A2O) cycle trail. The A2O, running from Aoraki/Mt Cook to Oamaru, is the longest trail in the New Zealand Cycle Trail (NZCT) network. ...

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