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The homogeneity of leisure constraints
(Lincoln University, 1995)
Factors such as not knowing where to learn new skills and a lack of transport constrain leisure participation. These factors prevent individuals from participating in physical recreation to the extent they would like. Four ...
Landscaping Boulder Bay, Canterbury, New Zealand: The emergent and contested classification of authentic heritage baches and an endangered species of penguin
(Lincoln University, 2012)
In a world that is continually ‘coming-into-being’, particular landscapes become sites of contest when inhabitants seek to hold on to certain configurations or re-shape them. Depending on whether they are constitutive of ...
Historical cemeteries and passive recreation
(University of Canterbury, 1986)
A study of historical cemeteries throughout New Zealand, their value and significance to our culture and means of future restoration, renovation and maintenance.
Domestic families at New Zealand visitor attractions: a family visitor and attraction management perspective
(Lincoln University, 2010)
For many people, family is the most important element of their life and family time spent together is highly desirable. However, it often constitutes a challenge and requires certain aptitude to engage a family in ...
The people's view: 'an analysis of the visitors to the Christchurch Botanic Garden'
(Lincoln University, 1996)
A visitor survey was conducted at the Christchurch Botanic Garden. The purpose of the survey was to investigate who the visitors to the Christchurch Botanic Garden were, what activities they carried out and what their needs ...
Modelling differences in angler choice behaviour with advanced discrete choice models
(Lincoln University, 2009)
New Zealand is internationally renowned for having some of the finest and most challenging trout fishing in the world. However, due to continuing development and angling pressure many fishing sites are showing signs of ...
Castle Hill rock climbing: a case study of a recreation versus preservation conflict
(Lincoln University, 1991)
Castle Hill basin is a unique area of limestone tors in the Broken River catchment of Canterbury. The limestone provides specialised habitats for a number of plants in the area, some of which are endemic to the basin. The ...
Effluent discharge locations for motorised caravans: a GIS analysis for the South Island New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2000)
Freedom Camping has gained popularity in New Zealand in the last decade. This has created the potential for consequential environmental problems. Various public sectors are concerned about the disposal of untreated sewerage ...
Golf course design
(University of Canterbury, 1979)
Fulfilling the intended objectives of developing a design proposal for an 18 hole championship golf course, involves several stages of investigation. It is intended, firstly, to research the physical requirements and ...
Hanmer Forest Park user survey
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1985)
The Hanmer Forest was one of the first Government owned exotic forests, being established around the turn of the century. It is situated 135 km north of Christchurch. The park consists of exotic plantations and native ...