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  • Supervision: Mutual Expectations

    projects can be complicated, so it’s important to get everything clear with your supervisor right from the start.
  • Human Ethics Committee

    projects involving human subjects.
  • Key people

    projects examining the public health impacts of seismic events. The project that Lincoln researchers are leading considers the degree of seismic resistance of the built environment to seismic shock as a cause, and public health costs as an effect. Tim Curran, Senior Lecturer in Ecology Tim and his students use plant functional traits to investigate how plants respond to extreme climatic events such
  • Lincoln University Centre for International Development

    projects with a research or education focus Short-term contracts in key areas of development expertise Short courses in New Zealand for groups from developing or emerging economies.
  • Centre for Land, Environment and People

    LEaP) aims to enhance the economic, environmental and social sustainability of societies.
  • Tourism & Oil (2007 to 2010)

    LEaP/Outputs%20and%20Dissemination%20from%20FRST%20Project.
  • Peak Oil Think Tank

    LEaP Think Tank is an initiative to raise awareness of the seriousness of peak oil for New Zealand and to provide relevant knowledge to assist strategic planning for a transition to a low carbon economy.
  • Surfing Reefs

    LEaP research in the Human Dimensions of Fisheries and Aquaculture.
  • Recreational Hunters

    LEaP 8, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand ...
  • Publications

    LEaP publications and the projects Prioritising river values and Publich Perceptions of NZ's Environment for publations avalible for download ...
  • The Right to Landscape

    projects related to landscape and human rights and maintaining a worldwide network.
  • Spatial Yield (2007-2012)

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  • TRREC Projects

    projects include: ASEAN Eco-tourism ‘Train the Trainers’ workshops.
  • Indicators (completion 2002)

    TRREC, in conjunction with Landcare Crown Research Institute (NZ), Beca Carter Hollings and Ferner Ltd.
  • Environmental Footprint of the New Zealand Tourism Sector (2008)

    LEAP and the AERU), and elsewhere in the measurement and reduction of businesses carbon footprints.
  • Contact us

    LEaP Research Centre Faculty of Environment, Society & Design Lincoln University Street and delivery address Ellesmere Junction Road/Springs Road Lincoln Canterbury New Zealand Postal address PO Box 85084 Lincoln University Lincoln 7647 Canterbury New Zealand Enquiries Please direct enquiries to the respective theme leaders.
  • Community involvement

    LEaP researchers on editorial boards: World Leisure Journal (editors: Grant Cushman  and Bob Gidlow ) Journal of Landscape Architecture (Prof Simon Swaffield ) Landscape Journal (Prof Simon Swaffield ) Landscape Review (Editor in Chief: Dr.
  • Partnerships

    LEaP maintains close links with research institutions, individual researchers, industry partners and government organisations in New Zealand and internationally to ensure high quality, connectedness and uptake of research results.
  • Disaster response and recovery

    projects include: An Inventory of Community-led and Non-governmental Organisations and Initiatives in Post-quake Canterbury to November 2013 The Waimakariri District Council's Integrated and Community-based Recovery Framework An Investigation into Community-led Recovery Initiatives in Christchurch to April 2012 Early disaster recovery: A citizens' guide What is Urban Resilience: Bouncing Back, Coping or Thriving? The Role of Community Gardens and Social Capital in Disaster ...
  • Bookshop

    projects, posters and presentations You can visit them on the ground floor of the George Forbes Memorial Building or visit the Bookshop's website .
  • Glossary

    projects that they have undertaken as part of their previous degree work or employment that are relevant to these areas.
  • Interns and Visitors

    projects dealing with dryland pastures for 5 months during 2013.
  • Pasture and Forage Technician (fixed term: 15 months)

    projects measuring the persistence and production of pastures and forages used for dairy cow production both on the milking platform and dairy support land.
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