The management of New Zealand mountain lands for recreation : the third of three volumes on the current status and future direction of mountain land recreation in New Zealand
This report is a nationwide perspective of the management of mountain lands through the expressed thoughts and impressions which the managers of these lands have given. Furthermore, it is a critical review of management. It is important to observe that those responding represent a cross-section of managers within the agencies concerned, throughout New Zealand. This is important in order to get a true nationwide picture of the management of mountain lands. In summary, this study has involved a significant number of managers with wide regional distribution. All agencies involved in the management of mountain land recreation are represented, as are all management levels within those agencies. The data presented represent uninhibited and honest concerns of the managers. I suggest that conflict and lack of cooperation appear to be two of the major stumbling blocks to proper management of New Zealand mountain lands. Accordingly, this report addresses mountain land management within the framework of conflict and cooperation.... [Show full abstract]
KeywordsNew Zealand; mountain lands; mountain land management; mountain land recreation; New Zealand Forest Service; Department of Lands and Survey; recreation planning; conflicts
Fields of Research070504 Forestry Management and Environment; 160402 Recreation, Leisure and Tourism Geography; 050209 Natural Resource Management; 050205 Environmental Management
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