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    • 48 hour design challenge Team SoLA: 160 Gloucester Street 

      Challenger, Neil P.; Turoa Royal, P.; Garcia Tavaris, S.; Lough, J.; Gilchrist, Erica J.; Bruin, Christopher; Pyne, Laura (2011-07-03)
      The 48hr Design Challenge, run by the Christchurch City Council and held at Lincoln University, provided an opportunity for Council to gain inspiration from the design and architecture industry, while testing the draft ...
    • Acculturation: a social identity approach 

      Chan, Darren (Lincoln University, 2014)
      Under the influence of globalisation, people are, and are continuing to migrate around the globe on a large scale. Acculturation deals with the process of cultural and psychological change of immigrants as they live and ...
    • Air pollution in Christchurch: the current state of affairs 

      Woolridge, P. S. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
      “It may be that Christchurch is the first city in the world to suffer a "Los Angeles" type smog in summer and also a "London" type smog in winter." International Union of Air Pollution Prevention Associations, 1977. This ...
    • The ambulance facility location problem - a survey of methods and a simple application 

      Gough, Janet D.; McCarthy, W. O. (Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1975-12)
      A number of service facility location problems are concerned with providing urban emergency services such as ambulances, fire and police. These problems differ from other service location problems such as the location of ...
    • Amenities and how they affect urban economic growth 

      Raven, John Dacre (Lincoln University, 2010)
      Do amenities contribute to urban growth? The contribution of amenities to urban economic growth has increasingly become an area of study for academics, ecomonomists and policy analysts. Policy makers seeking to promote ...
    • Applying the capabilities approach in economic development 

      Schischka, John A. (Lincoln UniversityCanterbury, 2005)
      Economists working in the field of development have highlighted the need to examine fully that is the ultimate aim of their work. The capabilities approach (CA) of Amartya Sen (1999) provides a perspective that concentrates ...
    • Artesian wells of the Christchurch area 

      Hilgendorf, F. W. (New Zealand Institute, 1926)
      Observations of the fluctuations of eight wells in and near Christchurch for periods ranging from one to fourteen years show that the wells rise with rain, but the amount of the rise, and the period that intervenes between ...
    • The Avon River : a recreation reserve for Christchurch 

      Pryor, R. J. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1984)
      The Avon River is Christchurch’s central landscape feature. Water is potentially exciting, refreshing and organic and can meet many human psychological needs in the synthetic city. As a natural feature in a landscape largely ...
    • The Avon river: a recreational resource 

      Corboy, Craig (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1985)
      Throughout the history of Christchurch the Avon has proved to be an invaluable asset to the people of the city. For the early settlers of Christchurch it was their only water supply. Horses were once watered in the Avon ...
    • Barnett Park : future recreation for Christchurch : based on experience, an assessment of an existing recreation reserve in urban Christchurch, an enquiry into the nature of recreation with the reserve as an example and a resulting design and management policy 

      Empson, N. S. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
      This is a design project, and it follows a design discipline as stringent as any science the difference is the kind of answer required, which dictates the kind of question to be asked. Whereas a scientist may gather only ...
    • Bioclimatic landscape design: improving outdoor comfort in Christchurch towards a more liveable city 

      Tavares, Silvia (Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design. School of Landscape ArchitectureLincoln, New Zealand, 2011-09)
      The aftermath of three earthquakes has forced Christchurch to re-plan and rebuild. New perspectives of a sustainable city have arisen granting Christchurch the chance of becoming an example to the world. This work is centred ...
    • Bread: a consumer survey of Christchurch households 

      Brodie, R. J.; Mellon, M. J. (Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1978)
      This study is the third in a series of AERU Research Reports presenting results of Consumer Surveys for various agricultural and horticultural products. In this study bread is the product under investigation and ...
    • The Breathe Urban Village competition: Why did it fail to deliver? 

      Roberts, Lillian (Lincoln University Planning Association (LUPA), 2017-12)
      Successful urban regeneration projects generate benefits that are realised over a much longer timeframe than normal market developments and benefits well beyond those that can be uplifted by a market developer. Consequently ...
    • Burwood Hospital : a landscape and land use study 

      Mahony, S. O. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1976)
      The following report is the result of a study of Burwood Hospital, Christchurch. The study concerned itself with the hospital buildings, the grounds in which they are situated, the landscape surrounding them and (in a ...
    • Central City Mall, Christchurch 

      Raine, Alan (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1979)
      An established street pattern forms the structure within which a city's character can evolve. The physical character and appearance is constantly changing by social needs and styles. These changes to the urban environment ...
    • Children's playgrounds : can we improve them? : a broad look at various areas in which we can improve the children's playground in an urban area such as Christchurch 

      Caswell, Annalise (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1985)
      In the following pages I have tried to outline various ways our present Local Authority playgrounds could be improved, at the same time, taking into account the Local Authority - which has to provide and maintain these ...
    • Christchurch and Canterbury visitor profile 

      Sleeman, R.; Simmons, David G. (Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education CentreLincoln, 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 ...
    • Christchurch and Canterbury visitor profile and forecasts 

      Sleeman, R.; Simmons, David G. (Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre.Lincoln, Canterbury, 2003-01)
      The purpose of this project is to provide: information on the current performance of the visitor industry in Christchurch and Canterbury; information on particular markets including domestic, international, day visitor and ...
    • The Christchurch and New Zealand eating out markets 

      van Ameyde, A.; Brodie, R. J. (Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1984-01)
      This report aims to provide the New Zealand and more specifically the Christchurch eating out industry with a base set of information to plan and co-ordinate its marketing activity over the next decade. The report describes ...
    • The Christchurch Botanic Gardens: their place in contemporary urban and tourism development 

      Wedge Russel (Lincoln University, 2002)
      The meaning and purpose of urban public space is constantly being contested and changed by people who associate with it and give it meaning. Botanic Gardens are no exception. Botanic Gardens established in the late 19th ...