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Canada geese in New Zealand
(Lincoln College and University of Canterbury. Centre for Resource Management., 1986-01)
This paper presents 80 summary statements on Canada Geese. The overview is based on an extensive evaluation of evidence, enumerated and interpreted for Branta canadensis maxima populations in New Zealand conditions. ...
The impact of recent government policies on the economics of South Island hill and high country farming
(Lincoln College and University of Canterbury. Centre for Resource Management., 1986-05)
The policies of the present Government for the management of the New Zealand economy are clearly 'more market' (Douglas. 1984). The economy, in the judgement of the Government and its economic advisor, The Treasury, is ...
Administrative and managerial responses to changes in economic and ecological conditions in New Zealand tussock grasslands
(Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1986)
When faced with new opportunities for pastoralism our first investors of risk capital outwitted the restraints of Government. In a long period of consequent pastoral degeneration where carrying capacity was repeatedly ...
An assessment of the effects on horticultural production of fugitive dust and ash from the proposed Waikato coal-fired power station activities
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1986-10)
This report assesses the possible impact of dust, ash and chemical pollutant emissions from the proposed powerstation activities, on horticultural production systems surrounding the station complex and to identify suitable ...
Perceiving, conceiving, protecting and using New Zealand landscape systems
(Lincoln University and University of Canterbury. Centre for Resource Management., 1986)
The biogeography of New Zealand is summarised for its influence on current landscapes and conservation needs. The classification of terrain in New Zealand is historically summarised. The present changes in land use and ...