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Non market valuation in New Zealand
(Lincoln University and University of Canterbury.Centre for Resource Management., 1988-07)
There is a demand for non-market valuation information in New Zealand which is likely to increase with current "more-market" policies. Information needs range from identifying non-market values, through methods for ...
Perceiving, conceiving, protecting and using New Zealand landscape systems
(Lincoln University and University of Canterbury. Centre for Resource Management., 1986)
The biogeography of New Zealand is summarised for its influence on current landscapes and conservation needs. The classification of terrain in New Zealand is historically summarised. The present changes in land use and ...
Using option pricing theory to estimate option value - a preliminary study
(Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management., 1993-08)
The purpose of this report is to compare and contrast two approaches to incorporating uncertainty when evaluating natural resource problems. The first approach incorporates option pricing theory which is derived from the ...
Administrative and managerial responses to changes in economic and ecological conditions in New Zealand tussock grasslands
(Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1986)
When faced with new opportunities for pastoralism our first investors of risk capital outwitted the restraints of Government. In a long period of consequent pastoral degeneration where carrying capacity was repeatedly ...
Water: towards a bicultural perspective
(Lincoln University & University of Canterbury. Centre for Resource Management., 1990-10)
The research presented here was commissioned by the Centre for Resource Management because a need was perceived for written material that might guide managers as well as users of resources about topics Maori. Legislative ...
Information for environmental decision making: a case study approach
(Lincoln University. Lincoln Environmental. Centre for Resource Management., 1994-09)
Risk as a criterion for determining environmental policy priorities
(Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management., 1992-08)
Environmental risk issues comprise a particular subset of this research with specific additional problems resulting mainly from the amount of uncertainty that usually surrounds environmental risk issues. This uncertainty ...
Modelling and mapping timber yield and its value using geographical information systems : a study of Sitka spruce and beech
(Lincoln University. Department of Resource Management / Lincoln Environmental., 1997-09)
A geographical information system (GIS) is used to combine and analyse data from a existing large-area databases concerning tree growth, plantation management and the environmental characteristics of planted sites in Wales. ...
The Brundtland report and sustainable development in New Zealand
(Lincoln University and University of Canterbury. Centre for Resource Management., 1991-02)
In April 1987, after nearly three years of intensive research, public hearings and debate, the World Commission on Environment and Development issued the report Our Common Future. Commonly referred to as the Brundtland ...
Guidelines for monitoring additional dispute resolution processes within the Resource Management Act
(Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management., 1992-05)
The purpose of this research has been to develop indicators that can be used by the Ministry for the Environment to monitor what are referred to as additional dispute resolution processes permitted under the Resource ...