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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Search and Rescue Annual Statistics Report 2004 – 2005  (2006)

New Zealand Police

Police Annual Search and Rescue Statistics have been collated from the electronic data collection form on Police Lotus Notes. The continued development of this form is enabling more accurate... read more

Search and Rescue Annual Statistics Report 2005 – 2006  (2007)

New Zealand Police

Police Annual Search and Rescue Statistics have been collated from the electronic data collection form on Police Lotus Notes and reflect the data entered by districts. A 10% decrease has been... read more

Search and Rescue Annual Statistics Report 2006 – 2007  (2007)

New Zealand Police

Police Annual Search and Rescue Statistics have been collated from the electronic data collection form on Police Lotus Notes and reflect the data entered by districts. A 7% increase has been... read more

Search and Rescue Annual Statistics Report 2007 – 2008  (2008)

New Zealand Police

Police Annual Search and Rescue Statistics have been collated from the national Police Lotus Notes database. A 3% increase in search and rescue activity for the year has been recorded. The greatest... read more

Search and Rescue Annual Statistics Report 2008 – 2009  (2009)

New Zealand Police

Police Annual Search and Rescue Statistics have been collated from the national Police Lotus Notes database. An 8 % increase in search and rescue activity for the year has been recorded. The... read more

Exploring females’ perceptions of the cultural construction of gender in active outdoor pursuits in New Zealand: A phenomenological perspective  (2004)

Prince, T.

The author notes that research suggests New Zealand females are less involved in active outdoor pursuits than New Zealand males. However, the author goes on to suggest that the reasons for this... read more

Towards best practice in mediating the ecotourism-environment relationship: A report for the New Zealand tourism industry  (2006)

Purdie, D. W.

Ecotourism represents a subject of much debate within the academic literature. Proponents assert that it can provide benefits for the environment, visitors and operators while others argue that it... read more

Systematic Review of Drowning Interventions and Risk Factors and an International Comparison of Water Safety Policies and Programs  (2008)

Purnell, M. Dr & McNoe, B.

Background Death by drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional death in New Zealand1. In 2005, the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) launched the Drowning Prevention Strategy to... read more

Resource Efficiency of the Ski Industry in New Zealand  (2002)

Reiser, A.

Skiing and Snowboarding are popular recreation activities in New Zealand, as well as constituting important components of the winter tourism product. The 2001 snow season witnessed record visitor... read more

Connecting and Changing Places: Globalisation and Tourism Mobility on the Otago Peninsula, Dunedin, New Zealand  (2008)

Reiser, D.

Globalisation, localisation and tourism are processes that are closely interconnected. They relate to historical mobilities and non‐mobilities of humans, ideas and capital that impact on... read more

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