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Catering for DRR with a multicultural, transient population
The Canterbury earthquakes of 2010 and 2011, and research experience in a variety of mainly tourism contexts, has identified that a large number of diverse and multicultural groups of people are present across New Zealand, ...
Modelling how river flows influence feeding and breeding habitat of riverbed birds
2-dimensional models complemented by ecological understanding of braided river birdlife habitat needs are being used for basing river environmental flows on. This modeling relates to feeding and nesting habitat needs.
State of recreation at Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere 2013
A summary of the types of recreational activities participated on and around Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.
Measuring to manage : State of the lake 2013 : Retrospective on day 1 & introduction to day 2
(Waihora Ellesmere Trust, 2013)
A typology of co-operative management of water in Australasia
Water resource management involving collaborative groups has been poorly studies world wide, especially comparative learnings from Australia and New Zealand. This study reports on a comparative evaluation from multiple ...
Tourism and Disaster Risk Reduction on the West Coast, South Island, New Zealand: key findings from a workshop held on 10th April 2015, Hokitika
(Lincoln University, 2015-05-04)
In 2014 the CDEM Resilience Fund (see http://www.civildefence.govt.nz/cdemsector/ cdem-resilience-fund/ via West Coast Regional Council contracted Lincoln University to undertake an evaluation of tourism and disaster risk ...
Long term gain from medium term pain - lessons for fisheries managers from integrated ecosystem based and collaborative approaches in New Zealand
Aotearoa New Zealand has a long running and well managed quota management system for its fisheries, yet still faces challenges in terms of designing and implementing integrated ecosystem based approaches. Two recent processes ...
Local, regional, national and international aspects of managing NZ's braided rivers: 'finally we are walking the talk!'
Interest in braided river wildlife has grown steadily since the early 1980s. But recently this interest, from research and conservation perspectives has grown - more resource is being invested and research has identified ...
Why understanding people’s relationships with the environment is important for NZ
Ongoing perceptions of the State of the New Zealand environment, now via a triennial survey last administered and reported on in 2016, provides a basis for examining how people with different demographic characteristics ...