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Faculty of Environment, Society and Design

Research Archive

Faculty of Environment, Society and Design

 

The Faculty of Environment, Society and Design provides expertise in environmental design, computing, resource planning, transport studies, landscape architecture, recreation management, social sciences, tourism, communication and exercise science.

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  • Barthelmeh, Michael R. (Lincoln University, Christchurch, 2015-02-20)
    Where do our ideas come from? Landscape architects sometimes ask such a question of themselves, their colleagues or their students – a fundamental question that arises from the core of our profession, from our creative ...
  • Outram, A.; Kerr, Geoffrey N. (New Zealand Walking Access Commission, Wellington, NZ, 2017-02)
    The concept of AccessMe is a simple one – a digital platform where people can request access to a farm (for hunting, fishing, tramping etc.), and landholders can respond, without having to share personal information, make ...
  • Hughey, Kenneth F. D.; Kerr, Geoffrey N.; Cullen, Ross (EOS Ecology, Christchurch, 2016)
    The eighth survey (the series having begun in 2000) of people’s perceptions of the state of the New Zealand environment was undertaken over February–March 2016. The survey is based on the Pressure-State-Response (PSR) model ...
  • Simmons, David G.; Wilson, Judith; Doscher, Crile; Hutchinson, A. (Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment, 2017-03-23)
    Initial recovery focus is on road access (especially the inland SH70) although attention also needs to be focussed on the timelines for reopening SH1 to the south. Information on progress and projected timelines is updated ...
  • Tapper, J.; Kobayashi, Koji (Taylor & Francis, 2018)
    Despite the importance of facilities as primary sites for delivery of leisure and sport services, there has been a scarcity of academic literature on the provision of community sports facilities and the processes through ...

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