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Phytosociology of the Taunoa Biological Reserve in State Forest 10, Longwoods, Southland
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1974)
This project introduces some of the problems associated with parameters which have been used to date in the identification and setting aside of State Forest areas for biological reservation. This particular subject was ...
The implications of increases in tourism on local users of nature-based recreation settings in the Selwyn District, New Zealand: A review of the literature and selected research methods
(Lincoln University. LEaP, 2020-04)
Tourism growth is placing pressure on New Zealand’s natural resources as increasing numbers of international visitors seek out scenic attractions often located in areas managed for conservation and public access. Many of ...
Interdisciplinarity in biodiversity project evaluation: a work in progress
(CSIRO Publishing, 2013)
A range of methodological frameworks is available to assist decision-makers with evaluations of projects concerned with biodiversity conservation (the protection, management or restoration of biodiversity), but their uptake ...
From ‘clean and green’ to ‘brown and down’: A synthesis of historical changes to biodiversity and marine ecosystems in the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand
Ecosystem-based management (EBM) is a potential antidote to the alleviation of multiple stressors in highly-valued and contested marine environments. An understanding of the magnitude and drivers of past ecosystem changes ...
An evaluation of systematic versus strategically-placed camera traps for monitoring feral cats in New Zealand
We deploy camera traps to monitor feral cat (Felis catus) populations at two pastoral sites in Hawke’s Bay, North Island, New Zealand. At Site 1, cameras are deployed at pre-determined GPS points on a 500-m grid, and at ...