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  • Doscher, Crile; Moore, Kevin; Smallman, Clive; Wilson, Judith; Simmons, David G. (Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, Lincoln, Canterbury, 2011-12)
    Tourism is New Zealand’s fourth largest industry, providing jobs for thousands of New Zealanders and significant foreign capital for the nation’s economy. Of concern to ministry and industry decision makers is the “spatial ...
  • 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. ...
  • Becken, Susanne (Channel View Publications, 2002)
    Tourism is a major global industry and air travel is an increasingly vital component of international tourism. This paper examines the neglected relationship between tourism and aviation with regard to global environmental ...
  • Huang, Yue (Helena) (Lincoln University, 2011)
    There has been an increasing interest in (re)developing Chinese heritage sites in New Zealand over the past decade, particularly since former Prime Minister Helen Clark made a public apology in 2002 for discriminatory laws ...
  • Becken, Susanne; Carboni, A.; Vuletich, S.; Schiff, A. (Lincoln University. Environment Society and Design Division, Lincoln, Canterbury, 2008-11)
    The Tourism & Oil project is undertaken against the backdrop of highly volatile oil prices, especially in the last 6 months, and a major global financial crisis that undoubtedly affects tourist arrivals to New Zealand. ...
  • Crawford, K.; Phillips, Jeremy G.; Ward, Jonet C.; Hughey, Kenneth F. D. (Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre., Lincoln, Canterbury, 2001-05)
    This annotated bibliography focuses on the biophysical impacts of tourism. Literature was sourced from scientific, managerial and industry publications. Annotations include a description of the activities, biophysical ...
  • Becken,, S. (Lincoln, Canterbury, 2009-08)
    This report provides an analysis of domestic tourism in New Zealand, its carbon footprint and the potential for reducing carbon dioxide emissions. The analysis is based on the DTS (Domestic Tourism Study) data provided by ...
  • Fountain, Joanna M. (Common Ground Publishing, Altona, VIC., Australia, 2005)
    This chapter has shown that to focus on explicit ‘tourism policy’ and the economic processes of destination image formation and promotion is flawed. In the case of Akaroa, the preservation and strengthening of the destination’s ...
  • Sleeman, R.; Simmons, David G. (Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, Lincoln, Canterbury, 2000-04)
    The purpose of this report is to provide an up to date assessment of the visitor industry profile (international and domestic) for the Christchurch and Canterbury marketing region. The report specifically covers: visitor ...
  • Cloke, P.; Perkins, Harvey C. (Channel View Publications, 2002)
    This paper discusses the ways in which the commodification of adventure in tourism has increasingly become implicated in the production and consumption of tourist places. It examines the notion of adventure in tourism and ...
  • Shone, Michael C.; Simmons, David G.; Fairweather, John R. (Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, Lincoln University, Canterbury, 2003-03)
    This study reports on community response to tourism in the urban centres of Christchurch and Akaroa (Canterbury, New Zealand). Specifically, it examines residents' perceptions, expectations and adaptations to tourism at ...
  • Hawke Nathan; Booth Kay, L. (Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, Lincoln, Canterbury, 2001-05)
    The Abel Tasman National Park coastline is a mecca for water–based recreationists. Its golden beaches and clear water attract many thousands of visitors to the region each year. The area has witnessed many changes over the ...
  • Francis, Deidre (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1986)
    There are two main purposes behind this study. The first is to explain Cost Benefit Analysis (C.B.A.) and to illustrate how it can be used in evaluating Historic Resources. The latter is done using the Tautuku 'Trails ...
  • Lama, Anu K. (Lincoln University, Lincoln, Canterbury, 2009-03)
    This project is being undertaken to assess the impact of cruise ship visits on Akaroa Township through a Tourism Carrying Capacity (TCC) Study, with particular reference to assessing the social carrying capacity of the ...
  • Fountain, Joanna M.; Espiner, Stephen R.; Xie, X. (AUT University, Auckland, 2010)
    Over the past decade, the Chinese holiday market has become very important to the New Zealand tourism industry, and now represents its fourth largest source of visitors. Understanding Chinese tourist motivations for, ...
  • Wilson, Judith
    Summary report prepared for Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism which presented overall research findings with a focus on those relaing to the provision and effectiveness of visitor information after the February 2011 earthquake
  • Wilson, Jude; Horn, Chrys; Sampson, Kaylene; Doherty, Joanna; Becken, Susanne; Hart, Phil (Manaaki Whenua Press, 2006)
    This research explores the demand for Maori eco-cultural tourism in New Zealand. It contributes to a larger project, Te Tapoitanga Maori - 'Growing regional Maori tourism', aimed at developing sustainable growth in tourism ...
  • Simmons, David G. (Lincoln University, 1999-04)
    How can a concept that individually we believe that we understand, and that is defined as the fastest growing segment of the tourism industry, continue to defy firm definition? While tourists increasingly define themselves ...
  • Butcher, G.; Fairweather, John R.; Simmons, David G. (Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, Lincoln, Canterbury, 2003-04)
    In recent years tourism has been one of the fastest growing sectors of the New Zealand economy, and has become particularly important in some smaller communities. Some of the larger cities also have high visitor numbers, ...
  • Butcher; Associates, L. G.; Fairweather, John R.; Simmons, David G. (Lincoln University. Tourism Research and Education Centre, Lincoln University, 1998-09)
    The objective of this research was to measure the level of economic activity (employment, output and value added) in Kaikoura arising both directly and indirectly from tourism, to assess the ratio of total to direct effects, ...

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