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    • Multiscale Modelling as an Aid to Decision Making in the Dairy Industry 

      Hutchinson, Craig Alan (University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process Engineering, 2006)
      This work presents the first known attempt to model the dairy business from a multiscale modelling perspective. The multiscale nature of the dairy industry is examined with emphasis on those key decision making and process ...
    • Multispecies Methodology, Transdisciplinary Collaboration, and Human-Elephant Relations 

      Locke, P. (University of Canterbury. School of Language, Social and Political Sciences, 2015)
      This paper considers the methodological challenges of multispecies ethnography, and the limitations of disciplinary habituation through critical reflection on two cases of anthropological research on human-elephant relations. ...
    • Multivalency regulates activity in an intrinsically disordered transcription factor 

      Clark S; Myers JB; King A; Fiala R; Novacek J; Pearce G; Heierhorst J; Reichow SL; Barbar EJ (2018)
      © Clark et al. The transcription factor ASCIZ (ATMIN, ZNF822) has an unusually high number of recognition motifs for the product of its main target gene, the hub protein LC8 (DYNLL1). Using a combination of biophysical ...
    • Multivariate analyses of the self concept with special reference to cross-cultural comparisons between New Zealand and Korea 

      Hong, Sung-Mook (University of Canterbury. Psychology, 1978)
      The patterns pf differences (Sex, Religion, Social Class and Education Level) in actual and ideal self concepts were compared between Korean and New Zealand young adults aged 16-24 attending high school or university. ...
    • Multivariate numberical analysis of Raoulia subgenus raoulia 

      Frampton, C. M. (University of Canterbury. Botany, 1988)
      Through the sequential analysis of a data set, comprising 86 OTUs of Raoulia subg. raoulia measured on 98 characters, different multivariate numerical manipulations are performed, compared and assessed. The creation of ...
    • Multiwavelength fluorescence studies of Bacillus bacterial spores 

      Sarasanandarajah, Sivananthan (University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy, 2007)
      Fluorescence techniques are being considered for the detection and identification of bacterial spores. This thesis sets out to empirically characterize the detailed autofluorescence spectroscopic properties of spores and ...
    • Multiwavelength follow-up of a rare IceCube neutrino multiplet 

      Aartsen MG; Ackermann M; Adams J; Aguilar JA; Ahlers M; Ahrens M; Al Samarai I; Altmann D; Andeen K; Anderson T; Ansseau I; Anton G; Archinger M; Argüelles C; Auffenberg J; Axani S; Bai X; Barwick SW; Baum V; Bay R; Beatty JJ; Tjus JB; Becker KH; Benzvi S; Berley D; Bernardini E; Bernhard A; Besson DZ; Binder G; Bindig D; Blaufuss E; Blot S; Bohm C; Börner M; Bos F; Bose D; Böser S; Botner O; Braun J; Brayeur L; Bretz HP; Bron S; Burgman A; Carver T; Casier M; Cheung E; Chirkin D; Christov A; Clark K; Classen L; Coenders S; Collin GH; Conrad JM; Cowen DF; Cross R; Day M; De André JPAM; De Clercq C; Del Pino Rosendo E; Dembinski H; De Ridder S; Desiati P; De Vries KD; De Wasseige G; De With M; Deyoung T; Di Lorenzo V; Dujmovic H; Dumm JP; Dunkman M; Eberhardt B; Ehrhardt T; Eichmann B; Eller P; Euler S; Evenson PA; Fahey S; Fazely AR; Feintzeig J; Felde J; Filimonov K; Finley C; Flis S; Fösig CC; Franckowiak A; Friedman E; Fuchs T; Gaisser TK; Gallagher J; Gerhardt L; Ghorbani K; Giang W; Gladstone L; Glauch T; Glüsenkamp T; Goldschmidt A (2017)
      On February 17, 2016, the IceCube real-time neutrino search identified, for the first time, three muon neutrino candidates arriving within 100 s of one another, consistent with coming from the same point in the sky. Such ...
    • A multiwavelength investigation of blazar-type active galactic nuclei. 

      Bastin, Fane Troy (University of Canterbury. Department of Physics and Astronomy, 2013)
      A multiwavelength investigation is conducted for nineteen blazar-type active galactic nuclei. Studies of variability timescales and flux duty cycles are performed at x- and gamma-rays for each source, with the relationship ...
    • The Mumbai terrorist attacks: How influential are citizens in crisis news reporting? 

      Tng, Serene (University of Canterbury. Social and Political Sciences, 2009)
      From Hurricane Katrina to London bombings and the 2009 Iran elections, citizens are increasingly making themselves heard in mainstream news reporting. This study explores the extent of influence of citizen sources on ...
    • The Mummified Seals of the Dry Valleys : A literature review 

      Balham, David (University of Canterbury, 2008)
      By the accounts of most who visit them the Dry Valleys of southern Victoria Land, on the shores of the Ross Sea, exert a strange fascination. Left literally high and dry by receding glaciers, these “oases in the ice” ...
    • The Munich Oktoberfest : generator and vehicle of Bavarian identity. 

      Edingshaus, Evelyn (University of Canterbury. Sociology and Anthropology, 2007)
      The aim of this thesis is to explore how the Oktoberfest impacts on regional identity in Bavaria, with particular focus on its capital, Munich. Over the last decade, a conscious revival of Bavarian traditions at the event ...
    • Municipal Wastewater Selection for Microbial Biodiesel Production 

      Valigore, J.; O'Sullivan, A.D.; Gostomski, P. (University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2009)
      This research compared the effects of municipal wastewaters (i.e., primary and secondary treated) from the Christchurch Wastewater Treatment Plant (CWTP) in Christchurch, New Zealand (NZ) on microbial (microalgal-bacterial) ...
    • Murakami Haruki and the search for self-therapy 

      Dil, Jonathan (University of Canterbury. Languages and Cultures, 2008)
      This thesis offers a reading of the first eleven novels of popular Japanese novelist Murakami Haruki, as well as a selected number of his short-stories and non-fictional works, as an evolving therapeutic discourse. In ...
    • Museology, the Anthropocene, and the Huia: some art historical perspectives on de-extinction 

      Ibbotson, Rosie (University of Canterbury, 2016)
      This paper seeks to bring some art historical and museological perspectives to bear on discourses surrounding the highly controversial idea of de-extinction.
    • Museum Exhibit Ideas for Virtual Antarctic Historic Hut Experience 

      Sickinger, David (2005)
      The aim of this report was to investigate museum exhibit ideas for a Virtual Antarctic historic hut experience. The author's one-line response to probably the most important question on the GCAS course application form ...
    • The museum profession in Aotearoa New Zealand: A case study in economic restructuring and investigating the movement towards feminisation 

      Cobley, Joanna (University of Canterbury. Gender Studies, 2002)
      This study investigates the impact of economic restructuring and the movement towards feminisation of the museum profession in Aotearoa New Zealand in the period 1984 - 1999. Radical economic and structural changes were ...
    • Mushin and learning in and beyond budo 

      Light RL (2014)
      © Idokan Poland Association. Recent developments in the theorization of learning reflect a degree of frustration with the limitations of Western dualism and, in particular, with its separation of mind from body. These ...
    • Music from the Ice 

      Walsh, Penny (2001)
      During the summer Of 2000-1 1 was fortunate to be a member of the Graduate Certificate in Antarctic Studies at the University of Canterbury. This piece was produced during the course, and attempts to convey some of the ...
    • A Music Listening Questionnaire for Hearing Aid Users 

      Rutledge, Kate Laura (University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2009)
      To date, very few studies have been conducted focusing on ratings of music and music listening experience of hearing aid (HA) users. This study aimed to collect more detailed and descriptive information via a questionnaire, ...
    • The Music of the Stars : Spectroscopy of Pulsations in gamma Doradus Stars 

      Brunsden, Emily (University of Canterbury. Astronomy, 2013)
      The mysteries of the interior structures of stars are being tackled with asteroseismology. The observable parameters of the surface pulsations of stars inform us of the interior characteristics of numerous classes of ...