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Watershed management in New Zealand : status and research needs
(Lincoln College. Plant Science Department., 1965)
Nature has endowed New Zealand with unique geologic, climatic, and biotic conditions. Her volcanic cones and majestic Southern Alps and her verdant plains and rolling hills provide a landscape as rugged and beautiful as ...
Pastoral high country : proposed tenure changes and the public interest : a case study
(Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1983)
This study was undertaken in response to the report of the Clayton Committee and the findings of the trial assessments. Its goal is to investigate the public interest in relation to present and proposed future tenure of ...
Mavora : development of a planning process for reconciliation of interests in wilderness
(Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1982)
The Mavora Lakes area has been a subject of regional interest and some controversy for a number of years. Geographically, the Mavora is intermediate between an acknowledged zone of preservation and a zone of land development. ...
Social assessment : theory, process and techniques
(Centre for Resource Management, 1990-08)
Impetus in New Zealand for the development of theory, process, and techniques of social assessment comes from major social change. This change has been in the restructuring and reform of the public service and the resource ...
South Canterbury Coastal Streams (SCCS) Limit Setting Process: Social Profile and Assessment
(Canterbury Regional Council (ECAN), 2015-01)
The social analysis reported here was part of the process for setting nutrient limits, and minimum flows and water allocation for the South Canterbury Coastal Streams (SCCS) through a sub-regional plan of the Canterbury ...
What's at the end of the line for Akaroa wastewater - infertile fish?
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design. Department of Environmental Management., 2011-09)
The small township of Akaroa on the eastern tip of Banks Peninsula is in a quandary over the future of its wastewater system. The factors that make this difficult community issue unique to such a quaint, adorable Canterbury ...
The impact of landfills on rural communities
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme., 2005)
This report looks at the site selection process and construction of the modern day landfill and what the impact is on the local rural community.
Ecotourism : a mechanism for selling the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity? : scoping the issues
(Lincoln University, 1995)
Ecotourism is promoted as an economic incentive for the conservation and sustainable use of aspects of biodiversity by a number of International Conservation Organisations. Under the Convention on Biological Diversity the ...
Effectiveness of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in addressing development-induced disasters: a comparison of the EIA processes of Sri Lanka and New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2014)
There is an on-going exponential increase in development-induced disasters globally, especially in low and middle-income countries. This upward trend in the occurrence of development-induced disasters challenges sustainable ...
The management of hazardous wastes : issues and implications for New Zealand
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1984)
The study undertakes an examination of the adequacy of management of hazardous wastes in New Zealand. Current practice is examined under four headings - legislation, regulation, practice and administrative structure ...