Research Completed

This section includes abstracts of completed and published research. This section encourages the submission of a wide range of research publication types from conference PowerPoint presentations to peer-reviewed journal articles and including publications in draft and in press.


				
	
	
			
		    

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Monitoring the commercial swim-with-dolphin operations in the Bay of Islands  (1997)

Constantine, R. & Baker, C. S.

Bottlenose (Tursiops truncatus) and common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) were observed and photographed during their encounters with swim-withdolphin operations in the Bay of Islands from March, 1994... read more

Effects of tourism on marine mammals in New Zealand  (1999)

Constantine, R.

There has been a rapid growth in marine mammal based tourism around the world, because marine mammals have a wide appeal for many people and are readily found around many coastal areas and are... read more

Effects of tourism on behavioural ecology of bottlenose dolphins of northeastern New Zealand  (2003)

Constantine, R., Brunton, D. H. & Baker, C. S.

A study of the behaviour of bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) in the Bay of Islands, Northland, New Zealand showed that the dolphins were affected by the presence of the permitted... read more

Social impact issues among visitors to Franz Josef Glacier, Westland National Park  (2001)

Corbett, R.

Results of a survey of 413 visitors to Franz Josef Glacier exploring crowding and conflict issues. Keywords: West Coast, Glacier, Franz Josef, Conflict, Tourism, Survey... read more

What’s the story? Outdoor education in New Zealand in the 21st century  (2008)

Cosgriff, M.

Outdoor education, in its various guises, has been part of the New Zealand education system for decades and is considered by many to be integral to school life. This paper addresses outdoor education... read more

Assessing the social effects of conservation on neighbouring communities. Guidelines for Department of Conservation staff  (2004)

Cosslett, C., Buchan, D. & Smith, J.

Social impact assessment is the process of analysing, monitoring and managing the social consequences of change. Applying this process to its work can help the Department of Conservation foster... read more

Utilising the human dimensions of wildlife management approach to initiate an understanding of the ways in which New Zealanders value wildlife in Aotearoa, New Zealand.  (2006)

Cowie, S.

This study was instigated by the lack of human dimensions research undertaken in New Zealand, and seeks to investigate the knowledge and values New Zealanders hold about New Zealand wildlife within... read more

Storytelling, Histories, and Place-making: Te Wāhipounamu South-West New Zealand World Heritage Area  (2008)

Cravens, A. E.

This thesis tells two intertwined stories about stories about nature. One, theoretical, asks what stories and histories do and why storytelling matters in place-making and policy-making. The second... read more

Biophysical Impacts of Tourism  (2001)

Crawford, K., Phillips, J., Ward, J. & Hughey, K.

This annotated bibliography focuses on the biophysical impacts of tourism. Literature was sourced from scientific, managerial and industry publications. Annotations include a description of the... read more

The Role of Film in Destination Decision Making  (N/A)

Croy, G.

The purpose of this research is to create a method and measure the influence of fictional film media in potential tourists’ destination decision‐making, using a quasi‐experimental method... read more

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