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    • Co-operative land management in New Zealand 

      Blackford, Carolyn; Ackroyd, Peter; Williams, Tracy (Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management., 1993-03)
      Land management policies in New Zealand have had several distinct phases. The post War drive to expand substantially pastoral production was characterised by an increased reliance on technological and chemical inputs. A ...
    • The effect of irrigation on farm organisation, operation and financial returns from a selection of farms in the Ashburton-Lyndhurst irrigation scheme 

      Miller, B. H. (Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1952)
      The aim of this investigation is to find how irrigation has affected farmers in respect to net income, farm practises and yields and returns from the various farm enterprises associated with farming in the area covered by ...
    • Farming foothill country 

      Flay, A. H. (New Zealand Grassland Association., 1952)
      The farming of foothill country is carried out over the entire length of the South Island. The area consists of those lower hills and undulating clay downs most of which are ploughable. It is situated between the plains ...
    • Hydrology and stream sediments in a mountain catchment 

      Hayward, John A. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1980)
      New Zealand attitudes to soil and water conservation have their origins in Europe and North America where legislation for the conservation of soil and water resources preceded research by 20-30 years. In the 1930's and ...
    • Introduced conifer spread in the South Island high country, New Zealand 

      Gibson, Roger (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1988)
      Throughout the high country grasslands introduced conifers have shown a tendency to develop wildling populations in surrounding landscapes. Investigations were carried out on various aspects of the ecology and the importance ...
    • An invitation to the high country landscape 

      Hasselman, Annabelle (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1989)
      Receiving and accepting an invitation to this party is simple but the accessibility of the venue is a complex matter. It is the concept of accessibility which is crucial to this dissertation. How accessible is the landscape? ...
    • Multi-agent simulation models in agriculture: a review of their construction and uses 

      Kaye-Blake, William H.; Li, F. Y.; Martin, A. M.; McDermott, A.; Rains, Scott T.; Sinclair, S.; Kira, A. (Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research UnitLincoln, Canterbury, 2010-03)
      This report lays the groundwork for modelling to be undertaken as part of the Rural Futures FRST research programme in New Zealand, which is a five-year FRST funded collaboration including AgResearch, Lincoln University, ...
    • Pathways towards applied policy integration for sustainable agricultural systems: workshop proceedings 

      Swaffield, Simon R.; Primdahl, J. (Lincoln University and University of CopenhagenLincoln, Canterbury, 2011-09)
      Change in agricultural landscape systems is driven by a combination of external driving forces and local dynamics. Structural developments in agriculture and urbanisation processes of different kinds are of particular ...
    • Politics, economics and: pastoral land management in New Zealand: tenures for the times 

      Ackroyd, Peter (Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management., 1993-04)
      The span of this report encompasses major changes in terminology and in units of measure. Unless otherwise indicated, terminology and measures have been used in forms appropriate to their historical context. New Zealand ...
    • Review (Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute) no. 38(1980) 

      Robertson, B. T. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute.Lincoln College. Canterbury. New Zealand., 1980-05)
      The Review of the Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute was published from 1961 to 1988 with forty five issues produced in that period. The Review was designed to communicate with all farmers in the high and hill ...
    • Review (Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute) no. 39(1980) 

      Robertson, B. T. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute.Lincoln College. Canterbury. New Zealand., 1980-12)
      The Review of the Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute was published from 1961 to 1988 with forty five issues produced in that period. The Review was designed to communicate with all farmers in the high and hill ...
    • Review (Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute) no. 41(1982) 

      Robertson, B. T. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute.Lincoln College. Canterbury. New Zealand., 1982-12)
      The Review of the Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute was published from 1961 to 1988 with forty five issues produced in that period. The Review was designed to communicate with all farmers in the high and hill ...
    • A review of advances in tussock grassland 

      McCaskill, L. W. (New Zealand Grassland Association., 1963)
      In September 1962 the Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute produced a Directory of Research listing projects and personnel concerned with the tussock grasslands and mountain lands. The number of people involved ...
    • Special purpose pastures on light land 

      Bevin, R. H. (New Zealand Grassland Association., 1949)
      The all-year-round feeding of stock on pasture without the aid of supplementary feed is an end greatly desired by New Zealand grass farmers. In some of the milder areas of the north this end is often achieved, but ...
    • State-space mixing cell model of unsteady solute transport in unsaturated soil 

      Bidwell, Vince J. (Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia Inc., 1997-12)
      The purpose of this model is to enable implementation of the theory of linear systems control in operational management of waste and fertiliser applications onto land, so that the underlying groundwater is protected from ...
    • Systematic analysis : a means of advocacy in the new institutional environment? 

      Clover, Douglas G. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1988)
      Various methods of systematic analysis have been devised to help Resource Managers make decisions. Occasionally, in the past, these methods have not been used in an objective manner as they have played an advocacy role in ...
    • The systematic evaluation of development projects 

      Ward, J. T. (Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1964-02)
      This report is concerned with the economic aspects of resource development in New Zealand. The techniques used in this field of study were developed, and are being used, for the specific problem of land development. They ...
    • Tourist development, ancestral land 

      Brabant, S. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1989)
      It begins with a brief historical overview of Ngati Kahu prior to European settlement and up to the present day and goes on to briefly describe Karikari Peninsular. The third chapter attempts to delineate Maori perspectives ...
    • Waimakariri Basin and the Castle Hill Village 

      O'Connor, K. F. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1983)
      This dissertation looks generally at the physical features of the Waimakariri Basin and existing land management practices. Physical aspects of the Castle Hill Village site and its suitability within the Basin context are ...
    • Watershed management : proceedings Part 1 

      New Zealand Agricultural Engineering Institute (Lincoln College. New Zealand Agricultural Engineering Institute., 1969-12)
      Lincoln Papers in Water Resources Numbers 8 and 9 comprise papers presented at a Symposium on Watershed Management in Water Resources Development. The Symposium was sponsored by the New Zealand Association of Soil Conservators ...