Each region features in a spread of the book, with a colour map showing towns and features, summary text, photos illustrating key locations and tourist destinations, fact boxes and key info.
Author: Peter Dowling
Category: Area studies
Through maps, photos, fact boxes and simple text, Regions of New Zealand takes readers on a tour from Northland to Southland, Tokelau to Antarctica - with fascinating insights into the special features, facts and characters of our distinctive regions. Each region features in a spread of the book, with a colour map showing towns and features, summary text, photos illustrating key locations and tourist destinations, fact boxes and key info. In addition are sections on Maori regional relationships, early provincial divisions, outlying territories and study links.
Overseas practice has demonstrated that Govemment funded regional surveys
provide a database that encourages private-company investment in mineral
exploration. We have identified and prioritised seven regions of New Zealand
that are ...
Inter-Regional Migration in New Zealand, 1971–1981 33 DISTANCE
TRAVELLED Two sets of migration data are presented for 1971–76 and 1976–81
in Table 13 to facilitate this analysis. (i) Percentage of male and female out-
migrants from ...
Author: Kenneth Brailey CumberlandPublish On: 1950
The accompanying map the heart - piece of the New Zealand dairying industry
therefore recognises only three kinds of agricultural and the most productive
agricultural area ( size for regions . Let us turn to the map for a minute or two .
size ) in ...
Fewer than one in ten people in these regions had moved there from other parts of New Zealand during the five - year period 1976-1981 . Zealand in both 1976
and 1981 changed residence within the same region . A number of reasons may
No other rock samples are available from submarine features between New Zealand and the islands to the north and ... regions are areas of continental rocks
, and thus for a large part of the New Zealand Plateau evidence of its continental
Migration as a Contribution to Regional Demography One strategy to
compensate for some of the demographic trends and changes experienced by regional New Zealand is to divert immigrants from the main centres — Auckland
in particular ...
Author: Paul Spoonley
Publisher: Massey University Press
Category: Political Science
In this timely book, New Zealand's best-known commentator on population trends, Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley, shows how, as New Zealand moves into the 2020s, the demographic dividends of the last 70 years are turning into deficits. Our population patterns have been disrupted. More boomers, fewer children, an ever bigger Auckland and declining regions are the new normal. We will need new economic models, new ways of living. Spoonley says: &‘It is not a crisis (even if at times it feels like it), but rather something that needs to be understood and responded to. But I fear that policy-makers and politicians are not up to the challenge. That would be a crisis.'
Author: New Zealand Grassland AssociationPublish On: 1985
Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 46 : 203 - 207 ( 1985 )
BREEDING A WHITE CLOVER ADAPTED TO SOUTHERN LOWLAND REGIONS OF NEW ZEALAND K . H . WIDDUP Grasslands Division , DSIR , Gore Abstract ...
ABBREVIATIONS , FORMULAS , AND INDICES Most of the specimens examined
were collected by FRD between 1975 and 1980 , during midwater trawling
surveys around the New Zealand region . The net used was a fine - meshed ...
Fees and Travelling Allowances—continued Fencing .. - - Fertilisers - - Finance
1915 - - Fire Areas, Fire Districts, Fire Regions, New Zealand Fire Service
Commission. See Fire Service. Fire Insurance. See Companies; Finance Act
Hector ( 1891 ) , from official records , compiled a table of 537 earthquakes felt in
the inhabited parts of New Zealand from 1868 to 1890 , inclusive . He divided the
country into six districts each having a characteristic structural peculiarity ” and ...
Zealand . 1984 . 108 p . Royal Society of New Zealand miscellaneous series 7 . (
International Symposium on Recent Crustal Movements of the Pacific Region . on
. 9 . 14 Feb 1984 . ) Victoria U We hazards are more developed than in Japan ...
An important geographical constraint on attempts to organise a national strategy
for industry greening are the diverse conditions present in the different wine
producing regions. New Zealand has diverse geography and climate and
Coastal and marine ecological areas of New Zealand . A preliminary
classification for conservation purposes . Information Services No . 15 .
Department of Lands and Survey , Wellington . Law , E . , Park , G . N . &
Overmars , F . B . 1984 .
These trends are probably a reflection of the decreasing strength of the
westerlies in the New Zealand region over the last few decades (Trenberth 1976)
. CONCLUSION Local effects aside, the regions of New Zealand with the greatest
The whole of New Zealand is covered by the 13 Statistical Areas , many of which
conform to the old provincial districts . Local Government Regions The Local
Government Act of 1974 provides for the constitution of these regions , the ...
It is interesting to examine the population The forests closer to Dunedin , Berwick
, Allanton , growth in that region and compare that growth and Akatore , are much
smaller and not long with growth in other parts of New Zealand . In established ...
To illustrate, the natural characteristics of the northern regions of Sweden,
Finland and Norway have resulted in the ... In New Zealand, it is the combination
of natural characteristics, low population density and low sea and air traffic that
Publisher: OECD Publishing
This report looks at how regional policies can support productivity growth and jobs. While there has been a remarkable decline in inequality in OECD countries, inequality among regions within certain countries has increased over the same time period. Regions that narrowed productivity gaps ...
Author: New Zealand. Royal Commission on Social PolicyPublish On: 1988
New Zealand. Royal Commission on Social Policy. In the South Island , all regions except Southland recorded a total fertility rate below replacement level in
1981 . The lowest rate of 1 . 7 births per woman was recorded in Canterbury ,
which is ...
Author: New Zealand. Royal Commission on Social Policy