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A comparative review of fisheries management experiences in the European Union and in other countries worldwide: Iceland, Australia, and New Zealand ArchiMer
Marchal, Paul; Andersen, Jesper Levring; Aranda, Martin; Fitzpatrick, Mike; Goti, Leyre; Guyader, Olivier; Haraldsson, Gunnar; Hatcher, Aaron; Hegland, Troels Jacob; Le Floc H, Pascal; Macher, Claire; Malvarosa, Loretta; Maravelias, Christos D.; Mardle, Simon; Murillas, Arantza; Nielsen, J. Rasmus; Sabatella, Rosaria; Smith, Anthony D. M.; Stokes, Kevin; Thoegersen, Thomas; Ulrich, Clara.
This study compares the details and performance of fisheries management between the EU and a selection of other countries worldwide: Iceland, New Zealand, and Australia, which are considered in many respects to be among the most advanced in the world in fisheries management. Fisheries management in the EU, Iceland, Australia, and New Zealand has developed following different paths, despite being based on similar instruments and principles. Iceland, Australia, and New Zealand have been at the forefront of developing management practices such as stakeholder involvement, legally binding management targets (Australia, New Zealand), individual transferable quotas, and discard bans (Iceland, New Zealand). The EU has since the beginning of the 21st century taken...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Australia; Comparative review; European Union; Fisheries management; Iceland; New Zealand.
Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00312/42305/41699.pdf
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A new species of the genus Aleiodes Wesmael from New Zealand (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Rogadinae) Naturalis
Achterberg, C. van; Berndt, L.; Brockerhoff, E.; Berry, J..
A new species of the genus Aleiodes Wesmael, 1838 (Braconidae: Rogadinae: Rogadini), A. declanae spec. nov. from New Zealand is described and illustrated. It has been reared from Declana floccosa Walker, Cleora scriptaria (Walker), Pseudocoremia suavis Butler and P. fenerata Felder & Rogenhofer (Geometridae: Ennominae.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Hymenoptera; Braconidae; Rogadinae; Aleiodes; New Zealand; Australasian; Oriental; East Palaearctic; New species; Distribution; Partial key; Geometridae; Ennominae; Declana floccosa; Pseudo-coremia suavis; Pseudocoremia fenerata; 42.75.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/214444
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Agricultural Policy Reform and Industry Adjustment in Australia and New Zealand AgEcon
Harris, David N.; Rae, Allan N..
Some sectors of Australian and New Zealand farming have been heavily assisted in the past. New Zealand underwent an economy-wide deregulation in the mid-to-late 980s that included abrupt removal of practically all agricultural assistance. Policy reform in Australia has been more gradual and is industry focused, but in some cases substantial industry assistance has been withdrawn. Deregulation of the Australian dairy industry, and that of the sheep and beef sector in New Zealand, are discussed as case studies of these deregulations. Conclusions are drawn from these experiences, a major one being that previously-assisted farmers can successfully make the transition to market-driven agriculture.
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Agricultural adjustment; Policy reform; Australia; New Zealand; Agricultural and Food Policy.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/15762
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Alternative to Comprehensive Ecosystem Services Markets: The Contribution of Forest-Related Programs in New Zealand AgEcon
Bhatta, Arun; Bigsby, Hugh R.; Cullen, Ross.
Due to the public goods characteristics of many ecosystem services and their vital importance to human welfare, various mechanisms have been put in place to motivate private landowners in the provision of ecosystem services. A common approach is to try to develop a comprehensive ecosystem services market where landowners can receive payments from beneficiaries of ecosystem services. Much research has been directed at developing methods for valuing the range of ecosystem services so that they can be incorporated into ecosystem services markets. However, valuation methods are difficult, expensive and time consuming. Other approaches to the provision of ecosystem services such as payments for ecosystem services usually focus on a single service like water or...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Ecosystem services market; Spill-over effect; Cost-effectiveness; New Zealand; Environmental Economics and Policy.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/115350
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An Analysis Of The EU Positions In WTO: Impact On EU And New Zealand AgEcon
Saunders, Caroline M.; Santiago, J.D..
The Doha round negotiations in World Trade Organisation (WTO) have been suspended in the last July due to lack of agreement in agriculture issues. Nevertheless, several leaders of WTO countries have stated publicly their will in reviving WTO talks. Therefore, further negotiations should be expected. Despite the last July failure in obtaining a final text on the negotiating modalities for agriculture, it should be noted that since the launch of Doha round in 2000 significant progress was made in the negotiations. WTO members tabled more generous offers than the initial ones in the round. In fact, during July talks the EU had a active role offering more concessions, such as, 48% reductions of their import tariff (instead of the 39% cuts proposed in its last...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: WTO; European Union; New Zealand; International Relations/Trade.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/7960
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ARGOS - Modelling the Economic, Environmental, and Social Implications for New Zealand from Different Scenarios Relating to the Demand and Supply of Organic Products AgEcon
Saunders, Caroline M.; Emanuelsson, Martin.
This paper reports on some of the initial findings of the ARGOS (Agricultural Research Group on (Sustainability) programme, a 6 year quasi-experimental research project with the aim to model the economic, environmental, and social differences between organic, environmentally friendly and conventional systems of production. In the first section the paper reviews the development of organic markets, details the production costs and reports some preliminary results from ARGOS. The information is then used to develop potential future scenarios relating to the organic sector, which are assessed using the Lincoln Trade and Environment Model (LTEM), a partial equilibrium trade model that differentiates between organic and conventional production methods. This...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Sustainability; New Zealand; Organic markets; ARGOS; Demand and Price Analysis; F18; Q17.
Ano: 2005 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/24724
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BEHAVIOURS OF CONSERVATION ORGANIZATIONS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS. Analysis based on New (and not so new) Institutional Economics AgEcon
Tisdell, Clement A..
This article draws mostly (but not entirely) on new institutional economics to consider the likely behaviours of non-government conservation organizations and the implications of these behaviours for biodiversity conservation. It considers how institutional factors may result in behaviour of conservation NGOs diverging from their objectives, including their support for biodiversity conservation; examines aspects of rent capture and conservation alliances; specifies social factors that may restrict the diversity of species supported by NGOs for conservation; considers bounded rationality in relation to the operation of conservation NGOs; and using game theory, shows how competition between NGOs for funding can result in economic inefficiencies and narrow...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Australia; Biodiversity conservation; Bounded rationality; Civil society; Common Agricultural Policy; European Union; Landcare; Mixed goods; New institutional economics; New Zealand; NGOs; Principal-and-agent problem; Political acceptability; Environmental Economics and Policy; Institutional and Behavioral Economics; Political Economy; Q00; Q2; Q5; Q57; Z13.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/6185
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Bonamia exitiosus n. sp (Haplosporidia) infecting flat oysters Ostrea chilensis in New Zealand ArchiMer
Hine, P; Cochennec, Nathalie; Berthe, Franck.
Bonamia sp. is a pathogenic parasite that occurs in the haemocytes of dredge oysters Ostrea chilensis Philippi in New Zealand, Ultrastructurally it resembles other haplosporidians in the possession of haplosporosomes, haplosporogenesis, persistence of mitotic microtubules during interphase and of the nuclear envelope during mitosis, and occurrence of a diplokaryotic or multi-nucleate plasmodial stage. Another stage containing a large vacuole derived from enlargement of 1 or more mitochondria has not previously been described from other haplosporidians. It most closely resembles B, ostreae Pichot et al., 1979, which parasitises and is pathogenic in haemocytes of European flat oysters, O. edulis. However, B. ostreae is smaller and denser, and has fewer...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: New Zealand; 18S rDNA; Ultrastructure; Ostrea chilensis; Bonamia exitiosus.
Ano: 2001 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2001/publication-818.pdf
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Charles Chilton: the Phreatoicoidea and other interests of a phreatic pioneer from down under Naturalis
Hurley, D.E..
Besides his widespread activities in zoology and university development, Charles Chilton (1860—1929) was a pioneer in phreatic research who opened up the possibilities of the new science in the Southern Hemisphere. He described phreatic and subterranean species of Isopoda and Amphipoda from New Zealand, Australia and elsewhere and discussed the significance of their morphology and habitat. His finds included the first species of the widespread endemic Southern Hemisphere group, the Phreatoicoidea, and he pointed to Gondwanaland connections in this and other groups which he accepted and interpreted in the context of his time.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Charles Chilton; New Zealand; Biography; History of zoology; Subterranean fauna; Crustacea; Phreatoicoidea; Zoogeography; Gondwanaland.
Ano: 1990 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504089
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Combining Science and Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Monitoring Populations for Co-Management Ecology and Society
Moller, Henrik; University of Otago; henrik.moller@stonebow.otago.ac.nz; Berkes, Fikret; University of Manitoba; berkes@cc.umanitoba.ca; Lyver, Philip O'Brian; University of Otago; LyverP@landcareresearch.co.nz; Kislalioglu, Mina; University of Manitoba; mberkes@mts.net.
Using a combination of traditional ecological knowledge and science to monitor populations can greatly assist co-management for sustainable customary wildlife harvests by indigenous peoples. Case studies from Canada and New Zealand emphasize that, although traditional monitoring methods may often be imprecise and qualitative, they are nevertheless valuable because they are based on observations over long time periods, incorporate large sample sizes, are inexpensive, invite the participation of harvesters as researchers, and sometimes incorporate subtle multivariate cross checks for environmental change. A few simple rules suggested by traditional knowledge may produce good management outcomes consistent with fuzzy logic thinking. Science can sometimes...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Adaptive management; Catch per unit effort; Community-based conservation; Customary harvesting; Indigenous people; Population monitoring; Sustainability; New Zealand; Canada.
Ano: 2004
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Community perceptions of collaborative processes for managing freshwater resources Ecology and Society
Sinner, Jim; Cawthron Institute; jim.sinner@cawthron.org.nz; Brown, Philip; Landcare Research; brownp@landcareresearch.co.nz; Newton, Mark; Cawthron Institute; mark.newton@cawthron.org.nz.
Six of New Zealand’s 16 regional councils are trialling collaborative planning as a means of addressing complex challenges in freshwater management. Although some work has been undertaken to evaluate similarities and differences across those processes, the success or failure rests with the public’s acceptance of the processes and their outcomes. This is the first study to evaluate public perceptions of freshwater management in regions with collaborative processes. We surveyed 450 respondents in Hawke’s Bay, Northland, and Waikato, some of whom live in catchments in which collaborative processes are under way and some of whom do not. In addition to assessing awareness of the collaborative planning processes, the survey...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Environment; Local government; Natural resources; New Zealand; Public perceptions.
Ano: 2016
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Contribution to an inventory of the freshwater planarians of Australia and New Zealand (Platyhelminthes, Tricladida, Dugesiidae), with distribution maps of the species examined Naturalis
Sluys, Ronald; Kawakatsu, Masaharu.
An account is given of 13 species of freshwater planarians from the family Dugesiidae, based on samples from new localities in New Zealand and Australia; these include four newly described and one problematic species. In the case of three species, the material described represents the second series of specimens available since the material used in the original descriptions of these species, as a result of which our understanding of the morphology of the animals can be expanded. In other cases, the new material also contributed to a more detailed understanding of the anatomy of the species. The study concludes with detailed distribution maps for the species examined, including not only the new distributional records described in the paper but also...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Platyhelminthes; Dugesiidae; Australia; New Zealand; Taxonomy; Biogeography.
Ano: 2001 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504748
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Corynactis denhartogi (Anthozoa: Corallimorpharia) a new species of soft hexacoral from New Zealand waters Naturalis
Ocaña, O..
A new species of Corrallimorpharia from New Zealand, Corynactis denhartogi is described and depicted. The species is compared with other species of the genus, particularly with the intertidal C. australis.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Corynactis denhartogi; Corallimorpharia; New Zealand; 42.79.
Ano: 2003 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/308453
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COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AS A BRAND: THE CASE OF NEW ZEALAND LAMB AgEcon
Clemens, Roxanne; Babcock, Bruce A..
New Zealand has used country-of-origin labeling (COOL) as a "“country brand”" to differentiate New Zealand lamb in international markets and increase consumer awareness of this lamb as a high-quality imported product. The case of New Zealand lamb is especially interesting as an unsubsidized commodity product competing against subsidized lamb in some of the most competitive and sophisticated retail markets in the world. Given New Zealand’'s dependence on international markets, producers, processors, and exporters needed to develop strategies to create and maintain a strong positive image for their product. This paper explores the history of New Zealand lamb exports, the focus on quality and meeting consumer specifications, and differences in the use and...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Brand story; COOL; Country brand; Country of origin labeling; Lamb; Lamb exports; New Zealand; Marketing; International Relations/Trade.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/18710
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Current Contribution of Four Biotechnologies to New Zealand's Primary Sector AgEcon
Kaye-Blake, William; Saunders, Caroline M.; Emanuelsson, Martin.
Over the last several decades, changes to production technologies have significantly increased output from the primary sector. The contribution of improved genetics has been variously estimated, and the impacts of genetic engineering have received much attention. The present research estimated the economic impact of four modern biotechnologies (other than genetic engineering) on the primary sector. Information from interviews with key informants was incorporated into a cost-benefit analysis to estimate these impacts. The net contribution was estimated at $266 million per year, with impacts spread unevenly through the sector and across biotechnologies.
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Biotechnology; Cost-benefit analysis; Marker assisted selection; New Zealand; Primary production; Research and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies; O30; Q16.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/25411
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Exploratory Research into the Resilience of Farming Systems during Periods of Hardship AgEcon
Parsonson-Ensor, Chris; Saunders, Caroline M..
This paper investigates the management strategies and responses used by New Zealand sheep and beef farmers to ensure resilience during periods of hardship. Using two, farm level surveys conducted in 1986 and 2010, some aspects of resilient farming systems were identified. Despite apparent hardship current farmers seemed more willing to take risks, with many more borrowing to invest in on farm developments than those in 1986. The main similarity between time periods was the greatest response to economic changes being the adoption of a low input policy. This result was quite significant, as conventional farmers are generally believed to resort to other strategies or responses.
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Resilience; New Zealand; Indicators; Sustainable agriculture; Strategies; Agribusiness; Environmental Economics and Policy; Land Economics/Use; Production Economics.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/115511
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Fisheries for orange roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus) on seamounts in New Zealand ArchiMer
Clark, M.
Major commercial fisheries for orange roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus) occur on seamount features, which are widely distributed throughout the New Zealand region. When the fishery developed in the late 1970s to early 1980s, it occurred mainly on flat bottom, but over time has become more focused on seamounts. In the 1995-1996 fishing year, it is estimated that about 70 % of the catch of orange roughy within the New Zealand EEZ was taken from seamounts. Seamounts on the Chatham Rise have been fished for over ten years. Examination of commercial catch and effort data show strong declines in catch rates over time, and a pattern of serial depletion of seamount populations, with the fishery moving progressively eastwards to unfished seamounts along the southern...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Orange roughy; Hoplostethus atlanticus; Monts sous-marins; Pêcheries; Nouvelle-Zélande; Orange roughy; Hoplostethus atlanticus; Seamounts; Fisheries; New Zealand.
Ano: 1999 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00325/43584/44023.pdf
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Flavor or Forethought: Tuhoe Traditional Management Strategies for the Conservation of Kereru (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae novaeseelandiae) in New Zealand Ecology and Society
Jones, Christopher J; Landcare Research; jonesc@landcareresearch.co.nz; Doherty, James; Tuhoe Tuawhenua Trust;.
Traditional knowledge from indigenous cultures about wildlife populations can offer insights beneficial for management in the face of global climate change. Semistructured interviews and workshops conducted with Maori elders from the Tuhoe tribe in the Te Urewera region of New Zealand provided knowledge about traditional management strategies for New Zealand pigeon (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae novaeseelandiae), known locally as kereru, as well as signals of changes in local climate patterns and how these influence kereru. We used a population simulation exercise to demonstrate the feasibility of a harvest management strategy used by the Tuhoe to sustain kereru. Our models also indicated how potential changes in climate and subsequent decisions about harvest...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Customary harvest; Mauri; Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae novaeseelandiae; New Zealand; Resource management; Traditional knowledge; Podocarpus ferrugineus.
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Fragmenting markets and quality change in New Zealand foods: empirical analysis with a Rotterdam model AgEcon
Khaled, Mohammed; McWha, Vhari; Lattimore, Ralph G..
Very little is known about changes in the demand characteristics of food in New Zealand. As far as we can determine, there has never been a complete disaggregated food demand model estimated for New Zealand. The object of this paper is to update these estimates using more recent data to see whether there are grounds for believing that the structural changes that occurred primarily during the last two decades are having effects on the magnitude of food demand elasticities in New Zealand. To this end, a Rotterdam food demand system is estimated using time series data. The results indicate that over the last 20 years, household consumption has increased for fruit and vegetables, poultry, food eaten away from home, and sweet products, drinks and other foods....
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Consumer behaviour; Food demand; Agricultural and food policy; Rotterdam model; Food quality; New Zealand; Agricultural and Food Policy; Consumer/Household Economics; Demand and Price Analysis.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/97506
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Improving technology uptake for whole-crop cereal silage production AgEcon
Stevens, David R.; Casey, M.J.; Brown, C.D.; Platfoot, G.J..
Rapid dairy industry expansion in the South Island of New Zealand during the 1990’s increased demand for agistment and supplementary feed. Consultants and retailers recognised the ability of whole-crop cereal silage to provide the extra feed required. The local arable industry had declined, creating the opportunity to develop commercial technical support packages from establishment to harvesting for sheep and dairy farmers growing whole-crop cereal silage. Industry technical support packages were supported by ‘just in time’ local research into the growing, making and feeding of whole-crop cereal silage. The package, based on several methods of payment, captured the benefits of new Triticale cultivars. Further investigation into the uptake of whole-crop...
Tipo: Article Palavras-chave: Whole-crop cereal silage; Technology transfer; New Zealand; Dairy farming; Farm Management.
Ano: 2005 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/123167
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