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Valuation of agricultural impacts on rivers and streams using choice modelling: a New Zealand case study
(The Royal Society of New Zealand, 2011-09)
Increasing substitution of dry land pastoral and arable farming for water-intensive practices is placing pressure on water resources in Canterbury. Although there is a large body of scientific data documenting environmental ...
Using involvement to understand individual responses to an issue: the case of New Zealand biosecurity
(Taylor and Francis Online on behalf of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 2012-03)
The effectiveness of biosecurity measures at national borders is influenced by the behaviour and levels of involvement of travellers. Involvement is the importance or relevance of an object or situation to an individual. ...