Yu Wen Yang, Dan Fu, Ross Cullen 2013 “An evaluation of self-governance in the New Zealand Bluff oyster fishery—A modelling approach “ Marine Policy 38, March: 163-173
Rennie, Hamish G. and Lomax A.J. Fish. Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere - State of the Lake 2013 In K.F.D. Hughey, K.A. Johnston, A.J. Lomax (Eds.) Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere: State of the Lake 2013. Technical Report No.1. Christchurch: Waihora Ellesmere Trust. Pp. 25-26
Makgill R.A. and Rennie H.G. 2012 “A Model for Integrated Coastal Management Legislation: A Principled Analysis of New Zealand’s Resource Management Act 1991” The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 27: 135–165
Kerr, G.N. and Latham, N. (2011). New Zealand Marine Recreational Fishing Values. LEaP Research Report No. 29. Lincoln University.
Memon P.A. and Kirk, N 2011. Institutional Reforms in New Zealand Fisheries as an Ecological Modernisation Project. Society & Natural Resources, 24:10, 995-1010.
Memon, P.A. and Kirk. N. 2011. Maori commercial fisheries governance in Aotearoa/New Zeeland within the bounds of a neoliberal fisheries management regime. Asia Pacific Viewpoint (accepted for publication in 2010 and forthcoming in 2011.
Rennie, H.G. 2011 Fishing for a sustainable future? Re-positioning fisheries geography in Positioning Geography: Strategic Issues In Geographical Education Conference 2010 – Proceedings – NZGS Conference Series No. 23. Hamilton: NZ Geographical Society. P. 26-32.
Memon P.A. and Kirk, Nick (2010) Socio-ecological embeddedness of NZ fisheries. British Journal of New Zealand Studies, No. 18, 11-45.
Memon P.A. and Kirk, Nick (2010). Barriers to collaborative governance in NZ fisheries: Part 1. Geography Compass 4(7): 778-788
Memon P.A. and Kirk, Nick (2010) Barriers to collaborative governance in NZ fisheries: Part 2. Geography Compass: 4(7): 789-802.
Kirk, N. Memon, P. A. (2010) Sustainable Governance of Marine Fisheries: A Socio-Ecological Embeddedness Perspective. Paper presented at the Transitions to Sustainability conference, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 30 November – 3 December 2010.
Rennie, H.G. (2010) Marine (Aquaculture) Space Allocation: Assessing Transitional Challenges to Local Economies in New Zealand Local Economy 25 (3): 190-207
Beville, S.T. (2009). Integrating Recreation Specialisation Theory with Advanced Discrete Choice Models to Understand Preference Heterogeneity and Complex Substitution Patterns among New Zealand Recreational Trout Anglers. PhD thesis.
Gidlow, B. and Cushman, G. (in press), 'Bringing men back in? Male recreational hunters, divers and fly-fishers and the creation of recreational space', Annals of Leisure Research 11(1-2): 57-76
Rennie H.G, 2009 (Sept) “Aquaculture Management Areas – An example of why we should not rush to ditch the RMA’s effects-based approach?” Planning Quarterly 174: 14-16
Rennie, H.G. 2009 (August) “Two GIS-based approaches to aquaculture planning? The Grower: 9
Rennie H. G., White R., Brabyn L. 2009 “Developing a Conceptual Model of Marine Farming in New Zealand” Marine Policy 33(1): 106– 117
September Planning Quarterly AMAs (PDF 403 KB)
The Grower September GIS Approaches (PDF 107 KB)
Beville S. and Kerr G. 2008 “Fishing for Understanding: A Mixed Logit Model of Freshwater Angler Preferences”. Paper presented to the New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society annual conference, Nelson, 28-29 August 2008. (See pdf at the end of this section)
Burns, R.J. and Kerr, G.N. (2008). Observer effect on fisher bycatch reports in the New Zealand ling bottom long-lining commercial fishery. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 42: 23-32.
Hill L., Brown C., Schiel D., Rennie H. 2008 (April) Regional Coastal Plan for Northland Hearings Committee Recommendation Report on Submissions to Plan Change 4 Whangarei: NRC
Rennie, H. 2008 (September): “Alternative Aquaculture – Have you considered it in your planning regime?” The Grower (Newsletter for the Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers), p. 12-13
Rennie, H. 2008 (June): “Déjà vu? Aquaculture NZ targets regulatory reforms” The Grower (Newsletter for the Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers), p.7
Rennie, H. 2008 (March): “Tourism - friend or foe? The Grower (Newsletter for the Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers), p. 7
Beville and Kerr "Fishing for Understanding" (PDF 778 KB)
Booth, K.L., Espiner, S.R. and Higham, J.E.S. (2007). Fiordland (Te Moana o Atawhenua) Marine Area User Survey 2007. Draft report prepared by Kay Booth and Associates for Biosecurity New Zealand, Department of Conservation, Environment Southland, Fiordland Marine Guardians, Ministry for the Environment, Ministry of Fisheries, New Zealand.
Bouma, S., Robertson, D., Rennie, H.G., Oulton, M. 2007 “Towards integrating human and eco-systemic information for protected marine area management: Te Whanganui-A-Hei Marine Reserve” Presented to Conserv-Vision the next 50 years, 4th-7th July 2007, Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr , G.N, Cullen, R. 2007. Public perceptions of New Zealand freshwater and its management – reconciling the science and management implications. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 14(2): 82-92.
Rennie, H.G. and J. Thomson 2007, ‘A geography of charter boat operators in New Zealand’ in Proceedings of the 5th International Coastal & Marine Tourism Congress M.Luck, M. Miller. A.Graupi, M.B. Orams and J. Auyong (eds) Auckland: NZ Tourism Research Institute. P. 467-485
Rennie, H.G. and J. Thomson 2007(Oct), ‘Section 33 Transfers: Implications for co-management and kaitiakitanga’ in (S.Botterill, Legal Editor) DSL Environmental Handbook Wellington: Brookers, (loose-leaf) pp.22- 1 to 22-37. ISBN 978-0-86472-592-9
Booth, K.L. and Espiner, S.R. (2006). Managing human activity in Fiordland: A carrying capacity method. Report prepared for Environment Southland. Social Science, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Group, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
Cullen, R., Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N. 2006. New Zealand fresh water management and agricultural impacts. The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 50: 327-346.
Hugyey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N., Cullen, R. 2006. Public perceptions of New Zealand’s Environment: 2006. EOS Ecology: Christchurch.
Rennie, H.G. 2006 “New Zealand Mariculture: Unfairly Challenged?” in Aquaculture Law and Policy: Towards Principled Access and Operations, edited by David L. VanderZwaag and Gloria Chao, Routledge, London and New York, pp. 504-523
Rennie, H. 2006, ‘A brief history of the last 40 years of marine aquaculture planning in New Zealand’ in C.L. Miller and M.M. Roche (eds) Past Matters. Heritage, History and the Built Environment Palmerston North: School of People, Environment and Planning, Massey University. Pp. 429-441
Cagilaba, V. and H. G. Rennie 2005, Literature Review of Beach Awards and Rating Systems. Environment Waikato Technical Report 2005/24. Pp. 74. (ISSN: 1172-4005)
Rennie, H. 2005 (Dec): “New Zealand Marine Farmers and Protecting Marine Areas” The Grower (Newsletter for the Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers) December 2005: 7-8
Rennie, H. 2005. “Organics – the next stage in the evolution of New Zealand’s marine farming?” The Grower (Newsletter for the Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers) June 2005: 8.
Rennie, H. 2005, “United Nations report sparked by New Zealand aquaculture” in The Grower (Newsletter for the Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers) March 2005: 8
Rennie, H.G. 2005 (March), ‘Aquaculture and fish farming: Integrating activities-based planning’ in (K..Fullerton, Legal Editor) DSL Environmental Handbook Vol. 2 Brookers Limited, Wellington (loose-leaf) pp. i-21. ISBN 0-86472-554-X
Rennie, H.G., J. Thomson, K.Walshe and J. Akroyd 2005 “Organisational structures for the delivery of fisheries management services in New Zealand. Final report: An assessment of selected organisations’ capacities and a methodology for organisation assessment” SEC2000-04-ECE, 28 September 2005, Ministry of Fisheries and Fishery Assessment Working Groups. P.199.
Rennie, H.; J. Thomson and K. Walshe 2005, “Organisational structures for the delivery of fisheries management services in New Zealand. Project Working Paper #2” Report prepared for the Ministry of Fisheries and Fishery Assessment Working Groups. 14 May 2005. MFish research project SEC2000-04-ECE. P.139.
Rennie, H.G. 2005 “The indigenisation of New Zealand's aquaculture: Implications of the settlement of New Zealand Māori claims to marine aquaculture” Paper presented on 7 July 2005 to the People and the Sea III Conference held at the University of Amsterdam.
2004 and earlier
Cook, A., Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N. & Cullen, R. 2001. New Zealanders’ perceptions of the environment, quality of environmental management and preferences for funding. New Zealand Association of Economists (NZEA) Conference 2001, 27-29 June Christchurch.
Cook, A., Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N. & Cullen, R. 2001. Quality of the environment: what the public thinks. P134-138 in: Proceedings of the NZ Agricultural and Resource Economists Society 7th annual conference, Blenheim.
Cullen, R., Ken F.D. Hughey, Geoffrey N. Kerr and Ali Memon (2000) Criteria to Evaluate the Application of Policy Instruments Designed to Internalise Externalities from Commercial Fisheries. Lincoln, NZ: AERU Research Report 250, Lincoln University
Hughey, K.F.D.; Cullen, R. and Kerr, G.N. (2000). Stakeholder groups in fisheries management. Marine Policy 24(2): 119-127.
Hughey, K.F.D., Cullen, R., Kerr, G.N. Cook, A. 2004. Use of the Pressure-State-Response model to explore peoples’ perceptions of the State of the Environment in New Zealand. Journal of Environmental Management. 70(1): 85-93. (Also published by Editorial selection in Virtual Journal of Environmental Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 3, March 2004)
Hughey, K.F.D., Cullen, R., Kerr, G.N., Cook, A. 2001. Perceptions of the State of New Zealand’s Environment: Findings from the first biennial survey undertaken in 2000. Lincoln University.
Hughey, K.F.D, R. Cullen, G.N. Kerr, P.A. Memon, C. Robb (2000) Criteria to evaluate the application of policy instruments designed to internalise externalities from commercial fisheries: report to Ministry of Fisheries (SEC 1999/05 - objective 2) Lincoln, NZ: AERU Research Report 242, Lincoln University
Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N., Cullen, R. 2003. Perceptions of the state of the environment: The 2002 survey of public attitudes, preferences and perceptions of the New Zealand environment. Education Solutions, Lincoln. 95pp.
Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N. Cullen, R. 2004. Public Perceptions of New Zealand's Environment: 2004. EOS Ecology, Christchurch.
Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N., Cullen, R. 2003. Public concern rises over clean water. NZ Environment, 39: 12.
Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N., Cullen, R. 2002. New Zealanders’ perceptions of state of marine fisheries and their management. IIFET 2002: Fisheries in the Global Economy, Wellington. August 19-22.
Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N., Cullen, R. 2002. Perceptions of the state of the environment: The 2002 survey of public attitudes, preferences and perceptions of the New Zealand environment. Education Solutions, Lincoln.
Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N., Cullen, R., MacLean, G. 2002. Perceptions of the state of water and water management: findings from the second biennial survey of public attitudes to, and perceptions of, the New Zealand environment. Report to Ministry for the Environment. Lincoln University.
Hughey, K.F.D., Kerr, G.N., Cullen, R., MacLean, G. 2002. Public perceptions of New Zealand’s state of the environment – how ‘clean’ and how ‘green’? Paper to: New Zealand Association of Economists Conference, Wellington, June 26-28, 2002. ALSO: Proceedings of the New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Conference, Blenheim, July 5-6.
Hughey, K.F.D, Kerr, G., Cullen, R., Memon, A. 2001. Evaluation of Externality Management Instruments in Marine Fisheries using Decision Support Software. Agribusiness Review 9, Paper 10. Electronic Journal.
Kerr, G.N., Bryan, C.H., Taylor, C.N. and Houghton, R. (2004). The assessment of impacts on the regional and local economy. Chapter 7 in Taylor, C.N.; Bryan, C.H. and Goodrich, C.G. Social Assessment: Theory, Process and Techniques. Third Edition. Middleton, Wisconsin: Social Ecology Press.
Kerr, G.N., Cullen, R., Hughey, K.F.D. 2003. Environmental Budget Allocation: Public Preferences. Discussion Paper 98. Commerce Division, Lincoln University.
Kerr, G., Hughey, K.F.D., Cullen, R. 2004. What New Zealanders think about marine recreational fishing. New Zealand Fishing News. 27(1): 20.
Kerr, G.N., Hughey, K.F.D., Cullen, R. 2003. Marine Recreational Fishing: Perceptions and contingent behaviour. Discussion Paper No.99. Commerce Division Lincoln University.
Kerr, G.N., Hughey, K.F.D., Cullen. R. 2001 ‘GoFish’ Decision Support System: an evaluation aid for managing environmental impacts in marine commercial fisheries. Research Report No. 001. Environmental Management and Design Division, Lincoln University.
Kerr, G.N. and Greer, G. (2004). New Zealand River Management: Economic values of Rangitata River Fishery Protection. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 11(2): 139-149
Lewis, K., H. Rennie, D. Gillgren 2000, 'A database for assessing changes in the regional distribution of recreational and commercial uses of the New Zealand fisheries and coastal marine area’ pp. 187-191 in M. Roche, M. McKenna, P. Hesp (eds.), Proceedings of Twentieth New Zealand Geography Conference, Palmerston North, July 1999, NZ Geographical Society, Hamilton.
Rennie, H. 2004, “Who owns New Zealand’s marine space: customary rights and marine aquaculture” in The Grower (Newsletter for the Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers) Dec 2004: 3
Rennie, H.G. 2004 (Feb, updated revised edition), ' Land-based and Marine Aquaculture in Context – The recent past, the present and the proposed future’ pp.i-24 in (S.Botterill, Legal Editor) DSL Environmental Handbook Brookers Limited, Wellington (loose-leaf) ISBN 0-86472-554-X
Rennie, H.G. 2002, ‘A geography of marine farming rights in New Zealand: Some rubbings of patterns on the face of the sea’ unpublished PhD (Geography) dissertation, University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ
Rennie, H and J. Thomson 2004, ‘Valuing the charter fishing industry (Part I: Establishing the nature and extent of the industry). Working paper 1: Review of literature and construction of a model’ unpubl. Draft report prepared for the Ministry of Fisheries and Fishery Assessment Working Groups. May 2004. MFish research project MOF2001/04. P. 80
Rennie, H. G., T. Tutua-Nathan, J. Thomson, 2000, ‘Towards transferring Resource Management Act powers, functions and duties to iwi: A case study with Ngati Awa’ unpublished research report commissioned by the Minister for the Environment’s Sustainable Management Fund. P..23.
Rennie, H.G. 2000, 'Coastal fisheries and marine planning in transition’ Chapter 19, pp. 215-222 in P.A.Memon and H. Perkins (eds.) Environmental Planning & Management in New Zealand Dunmore Press Ltd., Palmerston North, NZ.
Rennie, H.G. 2000, 'The growth and spatial distribution of New Zealand’s marine farming (aquaculture) industry’ pp. 273-277 in M. Roche, M. McKenna, P. Hesp (eds.), Proceedings of Twentieth New Zealand Geography Conference, Palmerston North, July 1999, NZ Geographical Society, Hamilton, NZ.
Rennie, H.G., 1999, “ITQs and competing claims on marine resources in New Zealand” invited CPR Forum Response, The Common Property Resource Digest 48 (April): 9-11.
Thomson, J. and H. Rennie 2004, Valuing the charter fishing industry (Part I: Establishing the nature and extent of the industry) – Final Report:, unpubl. Report commissioned by the Ministry of Fisheries, contract MOF2001/04D. P.172 +CD-ROM