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    • Habit heteroblastism of Sophora miorophylla Ait. 

      Denny, Gillian Anne (University of Canterbury. Department of Plant and Microbiological Sciences, 1964)
      In this thesis the genus 'Sophora will be studied approximately along these lines: first, a study of the internal and external factors which have caused the divaricate juvenile - non-divaricate adult to develop. This ...
    • Habitat Effect on the Behaviour and Condition of the Yellow-breasted Boubou (Laniarius atroflavus) 

      Osinubi, Samuel Temidayo (University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2012)
      This project was aimed at investigating behaviour and condition of the Yellow-breasted Boubou, Laniarius atroflavus, in response to habitat differences across core, edge and riparian Afro-montane forest habitats at the ...
    • A habitat template of Stuckenia Pectinata in Te Waihora (Lake Ellesmere). 

      Qian, Hu (University of Canterbury, 2018)
      Te Waihora (Lake Ellesmere) is a shallow coastal lagoon located on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand. An extensive macrophyte bed (primarily Stuckenia pectinata and Ruppia spp.) once existed around the ...
    • Habitat-forming intertidal algae across wave-exposures: An experimental evaluation of plant and herbivore interactions 

      Taylor, David Ian (University of Canterbury. Zoology, 2002)
      Ecological factors influencing the distribution, survival and growth across wave exposures of different life stages of some intertidal habitat-forming fucoid algae in southern New Zealand and Oregon were examined. Transect ...
    • Habituation in the jumping spider Trite planiceps 

      Melrose, Amber (University of Canterbury, 2015)
      The ability to filter out repetitive, irrelevant, background stimuli prevents the nervous system from being flooded with information. However, animals must be particular to which stimuli they attend to and those that they ...
    • Hallucinations, delusions, and formal thought disorder in dissociative identity disorder and schizophrenia. 

      Palmer, Rachael C. W. (University of Canterbury, 2015)
      Psychotic symptoms that are usually associated with schizophrenia but also experienced in dissociative identity disorder (DID) can bring about diagnostic difficulties. Furthermore, some psychotic symptoms have been associated ...
    • The happiness imperative : a possible solution to the present day social disconnect. 

      Lim, Chern Quang (University of Canterbury, 2016)
      Today, almost every one of us leads objectively better lives than our parents did. However, along with the dramatic improvements, conveniences, and the freedom that we enjoy, there have been some unintended negative ...
    • Haptic contact in immersive 360° cinematic environment. 

      Sasikumar, Prasanth (University of Canterbury, 2018)
      We perceive the environment around us using the five senses that are categorized as visual, auditory, haptic, olfactory and gustatory. A considerable amount of work has been done in the audio-visual domain compared to ...
    • Hard Habits to Break: Investigating Coastal Resource Utilisations and Management Systems in Sulawesi, Indonesia. 

      Idrus, Rijal (University of Canterbury. Geography, 2009)
      This research investigates the paradox that many coastal communities in developing countries are resource rich but income poor. Another aspect of this paradox is the belief that local communities possess traditional knowledge ...
    • Hari Hari : a study of land use and a community 

      Maturin, Susan E. (University of Canterbury, 1981)
      A multi-disciplinary approach was used to study land use, and the associated community of Hari Hari. Land use decisions concerning forestry and agriculture, were placed in the context of social and economic needs of the ...
    • Has Mortality Become Geographically Polarised in New Zealand? A Case Study: 1981-2000 

      Tisch, Catherine Frances (University of Canterbury. Geography, 2006)
      In the New Zealand context, considerable academic and government attention has been given to the socioeconomic and ethnic disparities in health, and how they have evolved over time. Despite evidence of clear regional health ...
    • The health effects of PM₁₀ air pollution in Reefton, South Island New Zealand. 

      Brown, Michael James (University of Canterbury. Geography, 2009)
      The aim of this thesis is to assess the health effects of PM₁₀ air pollution in Reefton which is located on the West Coast of the South Island, New Zealand. Two principle objectives were investigated to achieve the overall ...
    • Hearing aid satisfaction among adults with hearing impairment in New Zealand. 

      Kengmana, Caitlin (University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2015)
      Introduction: This study investigated hearing aid (HA) satisfaction among adult with hearing impairment (HI) in New Zealand. This study aimed to answer three questions: 1) What are the current HA satisfaction levels amongst ...
    • Hearing aid self-efficacy through the fitting process. 

      Glover, Charlie (University of Canterbury, 2016)
      Background: Self-efficacy (SE) is one factor which contributes to successful hearing aid (HA) outcomes. This study investigated new and experienced HA users HA-SE over a 12-week interval post-HA fitting, using satisfaction ...
    • Hearing aid usage in different listening environments 

      Eddie, S.; Lin, E. (University of Canterbury. Department of Communication Disorders., 2006)
      This study investigates the daily listening environments of hearing aid users through their hearing aid data logging capacity. Based on a preliminary investigation of data logging information from 72 hearing aid adult ...
    • Hearing Aid Usage in Different Listening Environments 

      Eddie, Sarah Joan (University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2007)
      This study investigates the listening environments of hearing aid users by employing the data logging capacity of their hearing aids. The idea that a hearing aid user's listening environments are important in prescribing ...
    • "The heart of the village" : what determined the spatial distribution of North Canterbury rural schools 1850-1940? 

      Davies, Angela Mary Frances (University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 1993)
      When the Province of Canterbury was established by the Canterbury Association its founders looked at the English system of education and saw many of its problems. Education was seen as a panacea for many of the ills of the ...
    • Heat balance studies at the Chilton Valley, Cass in the New Zealand Southern Alps 

      Greenland, David Edward (University of Canterbury. Geography, 1971)
      This study shows that a knowledge of the values of the heat balance at the earth's surface gives an increased understanding of the character of the climate of an alpine valley. Daily, monthly, and annual values of net ...
    • Heats of mixing 

      Adcock, D. S. (University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1954)
      The object of this investigation was to test some recent theories of the equilibrium behaviour of liquid mixtures. Much theoretical work has been done on this subject, but very few experimental measurements have been made ...
    • The heats of solution of rare gases in water 

      Alexander, D. M. (University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1954)
      The intercorrelation of data obtained from the measurement of quantities connected with the solution of gases in liquids has led to a number of empirical laws (e.g. Henry’s Law, Just’s Law) which in turn have led to attempts ...