Resources

http://www.waikatoregion.govt.nz/Environment/Natural-resources/Water/Rivers/Waikato-River/Trends-in-water-quality/

Vant, B. “Trends in river water quality in the Waikato region, 1993- 2012 ” Waikato Regional Council, August 2013 Web. 04 April 2016.

This is an thesis paper that examines the water quality in Waikato rivers, Mirzoeff’s chapter on a changing world discusses heavily human’s impact on rivers and water quality I wanted to research NZ urbanisation or our rivers. It is a credible source because the report analyses primary research, it includes detailed analyse of water quality in different points in the Waikato River in different times. All approved by the Waikato regional council.

http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/287590/farming-damaging-environment-report

Gudsell, Kate. “Farming damaging environment – report.” RadioNZ. 21 October 2015. Web. 04 April 2016

Source outlines trend in NZ environmental change. Is credible because it collated NZ facts and figures in an unbiased way. By a credible environmental reporter Kate Gudsell.

Actemium Logistie . “The World is Changing.” Youtube. 31 October 2011. Web. 04 April 2016.

This video is about the changing world and how things will progress to change. It contains many infographics depicting change in the modern world. However the facts are somewhat unverified but it gives a good starting point for further research into how the world is changing. This source is not completely credible as it is sponsored by Vinci, a construction company and showing the information to show a point not just for academic research

http://homepages.wmich.edu/~fzf0003/Art%20History%20Paper.pdf

Russo, Lauren. “INDUSTRIALISM’S IMPACT: REFLECTIONS OF ARTISTS OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION.” 27 March 2013, Web. 04 April 2016

Good essay by art student- so not entirely reliable source but ideas worth considering.

Caron, Jennifer, Lindfield, Vandehey. “The Evolving Relationship between Nature and Industry as Documented in Art”, mtholyoke, 16 April 1996, Web, 04 April 2016

https://www.mtholyoke.edu/courses/rschwart/ind_rev/research/nature_and_industry.html

Strong points made in above and 4 solid visual text examples.

haphy track
Charles, Heaphy. Kauri Forest, Wairoa River, Kaipara. 1839. Watercolour. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington.
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