Browsing by Author "Lee, William G."

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  • Agricultural intensification: Whither indigenous biodiversity?

    Lee, William G.; Meurk, Colin D.; Clarkson, Bruce D. (Royal Society of New Zealand, 2008)
    A new wave of agricultural intensification in New Zealand is causing increasing pressure on natural resources. Moller et al. (2008) suggest that the agricultural intensification is inevitable, that negative environmental ...
  • Halting indigenous biodiversity decline: ambiguity, equity, and outcomes in RMA assessment of significance

    Walker, Susan F.; Brower, Ann L.; Clarkson, Bruce D.; Lee, William G.; Myers, Shona C.; Shaw, William B.; Stephens, R. T. Theo (New Zealand Ecological Society, 2008)
    In New Zealand, assessment of ‘significance’ is undertaken to give effect to a legal requirement for local authorities to provide for protection of significant sites under the Resource Management Act (1991). The ambiguity ...