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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 ...
Waitomo reserves : an alternative form of management for a group of reserves at Waitomo
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1984)
The Waitomo area has a number of Scenic and Recreation Reserves which are managed in a variety of ways by the Tourist Hotel Corporation, Waitomo Distrct Council, Waitomo Domain Board, and directly by the Department of Lands ...
Resource study for a visitor centre at Glenorchy
(University of Canterbury, 1979)
The lands at the head of Lake Wakatipu have only in recent years 'ended' their isolation. A road, bridges and aircraft now give access to areas previously reached only by water or horse, leading to a massive increase of ...
Camp ability : a manual on programming camps for disabled people
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1986)
This manual has been designed as a complete guide and practical reference on how to plan, implement and evaluate any camp programme for the inclusion of disabled people. There is currently no tried and true manual of this ...
Wellington district walkways : on the right track? : a recreation survey of two city walkways and two rural walkways in the Wellington district
(University of Canterbury, 1982)
Because we are dealing with two quite different types of walkways, two systems were used, sometimes individually, sometimes in combination. With the rural walkways we adopted an approach of stationing the interviewer at ...
Awatapu Lagoon management plan
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1987)
The aim is to define a course of management and development which will enable the Awatapu Lagoon, and parkland areas to meet the needs of the Whakatane community without compromising the natural integrity of the area.
Commercial trekking and touring concessions in New Zealand national parks and forest parks : [dissertation, Diploma in Parks and Recreation, Lincoln College]
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
This paper examines the role of Commercial touring and trekking concessions in both national and Forest Parks within New Zealand. The paper seeks: 1) To assess the growth and potential of touring and trekking concessions ...
Recreation planning framework for the Annapurna conservation area : dissertation [Diploma in Parks and Recreation Management, Lincoln College]
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1989)
Since the 1950’s, the Annapurna Area in central Nepal has been the focus of international mountain land recreation. This area is the most popular trekking and mountaineering destination in Nepal. Lack if stringent planning ...
Recreational use of McLeans Island : the development present state and potential of recreation in the McLeans Island complex of the Lower Waimakariri River : a dissertation compiled and submitted for the Diploma of Parks and Recreation (Lincoln College)
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
In 1947 the North Canterbury Catchment Board became the controlling authority of endowments along the Waimakariri River course for flood control purposes. In the 1960's the Board became aware of an increasing demand for ...
Skifields of the Craigieburn Range : a dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the Diploma in Parks and Recreation (Park Ranger Option), Lincoln College
(University of Canterbury, 1983)
To date, studies made of this area have been mainly concerned with summing the resources not only of recreational value but of climatic, geologic and hydrological interest. In this study the author has directed his interest ...