Paul G. Luckman

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An investigation of the performance of biological erosion control measures applied to support pastoral land use in soft rock hill country has yielded information which can be applied in the design of more sustainable, silvopastoral land uses. Vegetation-based treatments, centred particularly on use of fast-growing poplars and willows, have successfully(More)
Sustainable land management requires understanding of the cumulative effects of current and likely future land use patterns. A modelling shell (LAMS, Land Management Simulator) has been developed to allow exploration of how onand off-site effects develop in time and space. LAMS is tightly integrated with the Arc/Info GIS, and models can freely access(More)
Waitakere City’s Project Twin Streams aims to achieve sustainable urban development through integrated catchment management. With the support of Infrastructure Auckland, Project Twin Streams is using catchmentwide riparian rehabilitation and ecological restoration as a catalyst for more sustainable, innovative development with community involvement.(More)
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