5 edition of Economics of pastoral development in the Upper Waitaki found in the catalog.
Economics of pastoral development in the Upper Waitaki
Martin Charles Whitby
by Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute, Lincoln College in Canterbury
Written in English
|Statement||M.C. Whitby ; with appendices by M.C. Whitby ... [et al.].|
|Series||New Zealand man and the biosphere report,, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||HD1641.N45 W45 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||81115106|
This case reviews the policy settings contributing to the landscape changes in New Zealand’s majestic Mackenzie Basin and examines possible drivers of the environmental decisions creating the changes. This case creates a systematic way to examine decisions affecting environments and natural resources in other countries. It concludes that science, economics. natural resource development in the Waitaki Valley. The bibliography comprised references drawn from a variety of sources such as theses and dissertations, conference papers, refereed journal articles, books, book chapters, edited books, government reports, consultancy reports and university reports. Of these references.
Factors controlling vegetation restoration of depleted short-tussock grasslands are poorly understood. We investigated effects of mouse-ear hawkweed ('hawkweed', Pilosella officinarum) cover and environmental stress associated with landform and soil type on the rate and pattern of indigenous vegetation recovery from grazing in the highly-modified ha Lake Tekapo . past. Pastoral development is perceived as a mainly social activity aimed at the provision of health, education, veterinary services, water and other facilities together with institution building for improved systems of range management. Livestock development, on the other hand, is seen as an economic activity based on cost recovery.
Pastoralism refers to a stage in the development of civilization between hunting and agriculture and also to a way of life dependent on the herding of livestock, specifically, ungulates. The Steppes and the Near and Middle East are particularly associated with pastoralism, although mountainous regions and areas too cold for farming can also. Book Description: Pastoralism has shaped livelihoods and landscapes on the African continent for millennia. Mobile livestock husbandry has generally been portrayed as an economic strategy that successfully met the challenges of low biomass productivity and environmental variability in arid and semi-arid environments.
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Economics of pastoral development in the Upper Waitaki. Canterbury: Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute, Lincoln College, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Martin Charles Whitby; et al.
describing the new tourism activities that have recently radically changed the economic use of the high country. The upper Waitaki has long been important for outdoor recreation. Stevens () studied the development of commercial recreation in the pastoral high country.
She recommended a. The Upper Waitaki has historically been known as the land of Munros, merinos and matagouri. For more than a century, the Munro family have farmed.
AC Nielsen. New Zealand Product: Potential and actual visitor feedback from key markets. Tourism New Zealand. Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park Management Plan, September Baxter PJ. Visual Impact with Drawdown: With reference to the high country lakes of the Upper Waitaki Valley, New Zealand.
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Pastoral Development in Ethiopia: Trends and the Way Forwarddraws lessons from 50 years of pastoral and agropastoral development investment interventions imple. This book is the first attempt to explore the dynamics of economic spaces of pastoral production and commodity systems for explicit South and North positionings.
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ments and pastoral livelihood systems, and the absence of an economic valuation framework in which to assess the true contribution of pastoral-ism to local and national economies.
Further-more, policy design and practice are not suffi-ciently informed by past failure or designed with the participation of pastoral communities. To reduce pastoral vulnerabilities, programmes and projects in pastoral areas should focus on development twinned with relief aid.
This calls for a change in practice and policies, with policies and laws geared towards promoting investment in pastoral areas. The strategic and economic importance of pastoralism. Acknowledgements: This paper is the third of four papers related to pastoral economic growth and development in Ethiopia that were commissioned by the Department for International Development.Most recently, our research was used by the Upper Waitaki Shared Vision Forum of landowners, businesses and public-interest groups to reach an agreement to ask Government for funding for a substantial area ( ha) of new ‘protective management’ in the Upper Waitaki .Accept.