Stephen C Urlich
Stephen C Urlich
Lecturer in Environmental Management
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Small‐scale species richness in forest canopy gaps: the role of niche limitation versus the size of the species pool
RP Duncan, HL Buckley, SC Urlich, GH Stewart, J Geritzlehner
Journal of Vegetation Science 9 (3), 455-460, 1998
Aerial 1080 operations to maximise biodiversity protection
K Brown, SC Urlich
Science & Technical Publishing, Department of Conservation, 2005
A framework for managing the biophysical effects of tourism on the natural environment in New Zealand
J Ward, K Hughey, S Urlich
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 10 (3), 239-259, 2002
Effects of red deer on tree regeneration and growth in Aorangi Forest, Wairarapa
SW Husheer, QW Hansen, SC Urlich
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 271-277, 2005
Benefits of aerial 1080 possum control to tree fuchsia in the Tararua Range, Wellington
SC Urlich, PJ Brady
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 299-309, 2005
Tree regeneration in a New Zealand rain forest influenced by disturbance and drainage interactions
SC Urlich, GH Stewart, RP Duncan, PC Almond
Journal of Vegetation Science 16 (4), 423-432, 2005
What's the end-game for biodiversity: is it time for conservation evolution?
SC Urlich
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 39 (1), 133-142, 2015
Mitigating fine sediment from forestry in coastal waters of the Marlborough Sounds
SC Urlich
Marlborough District Council, 2015
Coexistence, dynamics and disturbance history of mixed conifer, beech, and hardwood forest, north Westland
SC Urlich
Lincoln University, 2000
Evaluating the Charismatic Group Subud: Javanese Mysticism in the West.
SC Urlich
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 9 (3), 161, 2005
Monitoring Terrestrial Habitats in Wellington Conservancy: A Strategy for 2003-2012
SC Urlich, P Brady
Department of Conservation, 2003
Indicators of natural character of freshwater: generic approaches to management
SC Urlich, JC Ward
Lincoln University. Lincoln Environmental/Centre for Resource Management, 1997
A national issue of international significance: seabed disturbance in our marine waters
S Urlich
Resource Management Journal, 13-18, 2017
The dynamics of treefall gaps: regeneration processes and implications for New Zealand beech forest management
GH Stewart, RP Duncan, SC Urlich
Sustainable Management of Indigenous Forest, 47, 2000
Opportunities to manage sediment from forestry more effectively in the Marlborough Sounds and contributing catchments
SC Urlich
NZ Journal of Forestry 65 (2), 29, 2020
Marine guardians–A novel solution to improving our marine environment
S Urlich, D Fearn, B McConaghey, H Dickson, S Hemingway, H Wills, ...
Resource Management Law Association of New Zealand, 2019
Monitoring the effects of animal pests on Chatham Islands vegetation
SC Urlich, KP Brown
Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand, 2005
From ‘clean and green’to ‘brown and down’: A synthesis of historical changes to biodiversity and marine ecosystems in the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand
SC Urlich, SJ Handley
Ocean & Coastal Management 198, 105349, 2020
Diversity and public engagement in planning: A case study of ethnic Chinese migrants in Christchurch
S Wang, U Stephen C., G Rennie, Hamish
Lincoln Planning Review 10 (1-2), 3-16, 2020
The Motiti Decision: Implications for coastal management
S Urlich
Resource Management Journal, 14-19, 2020
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