Research Centres and Units
Lincoln University operates a number of internationally renowned research centres. These generally consist of a group of individual researchers and/or groups of research teams.
Research centres are primarily cross-divisional and may work in collaboration with external partners and attract researchers and postgraduate students. A management board, consisting of representatives from the major organisations or divisions involved, manages each centre.
Sub-communities within this community
The implications of increases in tourism on local users of nature-based recreation settings in the Selwyn District, New Zealand: A review of the literature and selected research methods (Lincoln University. LEaPLincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2020-04)Tourism growth is placing pressure on New Zealand’s natural resources as increasing numbers of international visitors seek out scenic attractions often located in areas managed for conservation and public access. Many of ...
Behavioural and olfactory responses of pest insects to endophyte-infected (Epichloë festucae variant lolii) perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne): (Lincoln University, 2020)Asexual fungal endophytes (Epichloë) colonise agricultural grasses (Poaceae) in an interaction which provides host plants with protection against herbivorous insects. Despite 40 years of research there is still much we do ...
(Lincoln University. LEaPLincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2020-11)Two farm-bred, mature male Himalayan tahr were monitored for one year in a fenced enclosure outside the tahr feral range. GIS tracks and heat maps from GPS records showed how the tahr used the space inside the enclosure. ...
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2018-09-13)Alternatives must be found. This open access book addresses that challenge. It sets out a wellbeing economics framework that directly addresses fundamental issues affecting wellbeing outcomes.
A review of the effects of droplet size and flow rate on the chargeability of spray droplets in electrostatic agricultural sprays (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 2018)The chargeability of liquid sprays is an important factor in determining the deposition efficiency of electrostatic pesticide sprays. The Rayleigh limit provides information on the maximum amount of charge a spray droplet ...