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A recreational and social history of the Avon-Heathcote estuary
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design., 2010)
The Avon-Heathcote Estuary has long been an important resource for the people of Canterbury. Prior to European settlement, Maori throughout the South Island used the Estuary as a mahinga kai (seafood gathering) source. As ...
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 ...
Upper Waitaki limit setting process: social-economic profile of the Waitaki Catchment
(Taylor Baines and Associates and Harris Consulting, 2015-05-01)
This social profile summarises the current state of the Waitaki Catchment in South Canterbury, South Island of New Zealand (see Maps in attachment 1). The profile provides a baseline from which future water management ...