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Regional councils throughout New Zealand are in the process of drawing up plans to enable them to meet the requirements of the Resource Management Act and the National Po [...]
2014-02 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
The Waimea Plains (Tasman District, New Zealand) is a major horticulture area, highly reliant on irrigation. Irrigators draw water from an integrated surface water and gr [...]
2016-02 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
Ambitious nutrient reduction targets have been set for the Gippsland Lakes, Victoria but at what cost to productive agriculture? An interdisciplinary approach is addressi [...]
2012-02 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
Models used for policy evaluation rarely consider firm heterogeneity, despite its importance for instrument design. This study considers agent heterogeneity explicitly in [...]
2012-03 | Journal Article |
Nitrogen levels in water resources in the Waikato region are increasing, mainly as a result of non-point source pollution from agricultural activities. Non-point pollutio [...]
2007 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
The use of riparian land buffers is widely promoted as a method of mitigating the effects of sediment and nutrient runoff from intensive land use in New Zealand. Farmers [...]
2010 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
Climate change is one of the toughest challenges facing the world today. Putting a price on carbon emissions is an important step towards climate change mitigation. A cap [...]
2011 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
The intensity of agricultural production affects both nutrient and greenhouse gas emissions. Environmental policy designed to reduce one type of pollution may have comple [...]
2012 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
Water pollution is widely considered to be one of the most important environmental issues facing New Zealand. Waikato region residents have reported that water pollution [...]
2009 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
Environmental policy evaluation is characterised by a paucity of information. Bounded sets may be more appropriate for representing this ambiguity than traditional probab [...]
2009 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |