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Ranking NZ river values: application of the River Values Assessment System (RiVAS)
Many attempts over several decades have been made to develop priority lists of important rivers for different values (e.g., angling, kayaking, irrigation, native birds) in New Zealand. Apart from one or two of these most ...
A framework for comparing collaborative management of Australian and New Zealand water resources
(Resilience Alliance, 2017)
Collaborative management of natural resources involves two or more parties working together to govern and/or manage a set of resources within a defined area. Although a number of collaborative management frameworks have ...
Native Fish: Development and Application of the River Values Assessment System (RiVAS and RiVAS+) Method to the Gisborne District Council Region
(Lincoln University. Department of Social Science, Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Sport, 2012-03)
The first application of the River Values Assessment System (RiVAS and RiVAS+) was made to the native fisheries value in Gisborne District. A modified approach involving national (to develop the system) and local (to fully ...
Native Birdlife in Hawke’s Bay: application of the river values assessment system (RiVAS and RiVAS+)
(Lincoln University. Department of Social Science, Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Sport, 2012-07)
This report presents an application of the River Values Assessment System for existing value (RiVAS) and for potential value (RiVAS+) to native birdlife in the Hawkes Bay Region. A workshop was held in Napier on 3rd October ...
Assessment of effects of different flow regime scenarios on native riverbed nesting birds of the Hurunui and Waiau rivers
The scope of this report relates to an evaluation of different flow regime management scenarios for both the Waiau and Hurunui rivers with regard to their potential effects on native riverbed nesting birds.
R(r)estoring te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere (aka 'the lucky lake'): moving from the glass 1/2 full, to the glass 3/4 full
The restoration of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere is essentail for the ongoing survival of the ecology of the lake. There is an $11.6 million clean up plan prepared for New Zealand's most polluted lake, so where to from here? ...
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Management of Himalayan thar in New Zealand : high country farmer perspectives and implications
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2005-08)
Himalayan thar (Hemitragus jemlahicus) were introduced and established in New Zealand in 1904. Thar are managed by the Department of Conservation (DoC) under the Himalayan Thar Control Plan (DoC 1993). They are present on ...
A GIS based walkway management system
(Lincoln University. Centre for Computing and Biometrics, 1997-10)
The Walkway Management System (WMS) uses geographic information system (GIS) software to calculate an estimate for the level of maintenance required for walkway segments. It then assists the user in prioritising the ...