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Alternative Routes for a Proposed Nigerian Superhighway to Limit Damage to Rare Ecosystems and Wildlife
The Cross River State Government in Nigeria is proposing to construct a ‘‘Cross River Superhighway’’ that would bisect critical remaining areas of tropical rainforest in south eastern Nigeria. We offer and evaluate two ...
The scaling of population persistence with carrying capacity does not asymptote in populations of a fish experiencing extreme climate variability.
Despite growing concerns regarding increasing frequency of extreme climate events and declining population sizes, the influence of environmental stochasticity on the relationship between population carrying capacity and ...
Changing tides: Adaptive monitoring, assessment, and management of pharmaceutical hazards in the environment through time.
(University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 2016)
Pharmaceuticals are ubiquitous contaminants in aquatic ecosystems. Adaptive monitoring, assessment and management programs will be required to reduce the environmental hazards of pharmaceuticals of concern. Potentially ...
Tourism and Arctic Observation Systems: exploring the relationships
(University of Canterbury. Gateway Antarctica, 2016)
The Arctic is affected by global environmental change and also by diverse interests from many economic sectors and industries. Over the last decade, various actors have attempted to explore the options for setting up ...
Editorial: Quantitative Geomorphology with Geographical Information Systems (GIS) for Evolving Societies and Science
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 2016)
Nexus and Imbroglio: CCAMLR, the Madrid Protocol and Designating Antarctic Marine Protected Areas in the Southern Ocean
(University of Canterbury. Gateway Antarctica, 2015)
The paper examines the process and context of international efforts to designate MPAs in the Southern Ocean. The relationship between the CAMLR Convention and the Madrid Protocol is examined ...
Tephra fall clean-up in urban environments
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2015)
Tephra falls impact urban communities by disrupting transport systems, contaminating and damaging buildings and infrastructures, and are potentially hazardous to human health. Therefore, prompt and effective tephra clean-up ...
Whitebait: what are they, where do they come from and where are they going?
(University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2015)