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    • The Environmental Management of Whaingaroa/Raglan Harbour with a Focus on the Period Since 1970 

      Fisher, M. (University of Canterbury. Ngai Tahu Research Centre, 2014)
      The claims issues of relevance to this study of Whaingaroa Harbour generally focus on the management, environmental degradation and alleged cultural desecration of the Harbour by the Crown and its delegated local ...
    • The Environmental Performance of Participatory and Collaborative Governance: A Framework of Causal Mechanisms 

      Newig J; Challies E; Jager NW; Kochskaemper E; Adzersen A (2017)
      Many have advocated for collaborative governance and the participation of citizens and stakeholders on the basis that it can improve the environmental outcomes of public decision making, as compared to traditional, top-down ...
    • Erosion sources and sediment pathways to streams associated with forest harvesting activities in New Zealand. 

      Visser R; Brown, K.R. (2017)
      Streams and rivers are abundant in our plantation forests and the Forest Industry prides itself on protecting the intrinsic values they provide, including clean water and quality aquatic habitat. In ensuring they remain ...
    • Ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status and educational achievement: An exploration 

      Easton, B (2013)
      The average PISA scores on the three dimensions of reading, mathematics and science literacy of New Zealand fifteen year-olds are high among the OECD countries. There are differences by ethnicity and class (and to a lesser ...
    • An evolving business model for scholarly publishing: exploring the payment of article processing charges (APCs) to achieve open access 

      Angelo, Anton; Lund, P. (University of Canterbury. Library, 2014)
      In terms of scholarly publishing the academic library’s role in Kaitiakitanga is changing. Open access is growing in importance as library budgets contract. There are two main routes to open access: the green route through ...
    • Examining speech production using masked priming 

      Davis, C.; Shaw, J.; Proctor, M.; Derrick, D.; Sherwood, S.; Kim, J. (University of Canterbury. New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain & Behaviour, 2015)
      The time to initiate naming a printed target word is reduced when preceded by an identical masked prime (match prime) or by one that has the same initial letter (onset prime) compared to an all letter different control. ...
    • Flexible and Part-time Work Arrangements in the Canterbury Legal Profession : A Report prepared by the University of Canterbury Socio-Legal Research Group for the Canterbury Women’s Legal Association 

      Cheer U; Taylor L; Masselot A; Baird N; Powell RL (University of Canterbury, 2017)
      In 2015 a research team in the School of Law at the University of Canterbury developed a project with the Canterbury Women’s Legal Association to gather information about flexible and part-time work practices in the ...
    • Force-Based Beam-Column Element with Multispring Models for Modelling Post-Tensioned Rocking Members 

      Lee CL (2017)
      Post-tensioned rocking beams and columns are popularly used in earthquake-resistant structures because of their selfcentring and low-damage response characteristics. Rocking actions in these members arise from the ...
    • From darkness comes light: music as a reflection of the lived experience of young musicians following the Christchurch earthquakes 

      Shepherd PM (2017)
      Context of the project: On 4 September 2010, 22 February 2011, 13 June 2011 and 23 December 2011 Christchurch suffered major earthquakes and aftershocks (well over 10,000) that have left the central city in ruins and many ...
    • Getting to know your food: the insights of indigenous thinking in food provenance 

      Reid J; Rout M (2016)
      © 2015, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. Western consumers are increasingly demanding to know the provenance of their food. In New Zealand, Māori tribal enterprises are engaged in the food producing sectors of ...
    • A history of the environmental impact of NZ’s only mainland base: Vanda Station 

      Webster-Brown, J.G.; Hawes, I. (University of Canterbury. Waterways Centre for Freshwater Management, 2015)
      Vanda Station was built beside Lake Vanda in the Wright Valley, Victoria Land in 1968. It was occupied every summer field season, and occasionally over winter. In 1993 it was removed when the rising level of Lake Vanda ...
    • IceCube-Gen2 - The Next Generation Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole: Contributions to ICRC 2015 

      Collaboration TI-G; Aartsen MG; Abraham K; Ackermann M; Adams J; Aguilar JA; Ahlers M; Ahrens M; Altmann D; Anderson T; Ansseau I; Anton G; Archinger M; Arguelles C; Arlen TC; Auffenberg J; Axani S; Bai X; Bartos I; Barwick SW; Baum V; Bay R; Beatty JJ; Tjus JB; Becker K-H; Beiser E; BenZvi S; Berghaus P; Berley D; Bernardini E; Bernhard A; Besson DZ; Binder G; Bindig D; Bissok M; Blaufuss E; Blumenthal J; Boersma DJ; Bohm C; Börner M; Bos F; Bose D; Böser S; Botner O; Braun J; Brayeur L; Bretz H-P; Buzinsky N; Casey J; Casier M; Cheung E; Chirkin D; Christov A; Clark K; Classen L; Coenders S; Collin GH; Conrad JM; Cowen DF; Silva AHC; Daughhetee J; Davis JC; Day M; André JPAMD; Clercq CD; Rosendo EDP; Dembinski H; Ridder SD; Desiati P; Vries KDD; Wasseige GD; With MD; DeYoung T; Diaz-Vélez JC; Lorenzo VD; Dumm JP; Dunkman M; Eagan R; Eberhardt B; Ehrhardt T; Eichmann B; Euler S; Evans JJ; Evenson PA; Fadiran O; Fahey S; Fazely AR; Fedynitch A; Feintzeig J; Felde J; Filimonov K; Finley C; Fischer-Wasels T; Flis S; Fösig C-C; Fuchs T; Gaisser TK; Gaior R; Gallagher J; Gerhardt L; Ghorbani K; Gier D; Gladstone L; Glagla M; Glüsenkamp T; Goldschmidt A; Golup G; Gonzalez JG; Góra D; Grant D; Groh JC; Groß A; Ha C; Haack C; Ismail AH; Hallgren A; Halzen F; Hansmann B; Hanson K; Haugen J; Hebecker D; Heereman D; Helbing K; Hellauer R; Hellwig D; Hickford S; Hignight J; Hill GC; Hoffman KD; Hoffmann R; Holzapfel K; Homeier A; Hoshina K; Huang F; Huber M; Huelsnitz W; Hulth PO; Hultqvist K; In S; Ishihara A; Jacobi E; Japaridze GS; Jero K; Jones BJP; Jurkovic M; Kalekin O; Kaminsky B; Kappes A; Karg T; Karle A; Katori T; Katz U; Kauer M; Keivani A; Kelley JL; Kemp J; Kheirandish A; Kiryluk J; Kläs J; Klein SR; Kohnen G; Koirala R; Kolanoski H; Konietz R; Koob A; Köpke L; Kopper C; Kopper S; Koskinen DJ; Kowalski M; Krauss CB; Krings K; Kroll G; Kroll M; Kunnen J; Kurahashi N; Kuwabara T; Labare M; Lanfranchi JL; Larson MJ; Lesiak-Bzdak M; Leuermann M; Leuner J; LoSecco J; Lu L; Lünemann J; Madsen J; Maggi G; Mahn KBM; Marka S; Marka Z; Maruyama R; Mase K; Matis HS; Maunu R; McNally F; Meagher K; Medici M; Meli A; Menne T; Merino G; Meures T; Miarecki S; Middell E; Middlemas E; Mohrmann L; Montaruli T; Moore RW; Morse R; Nahnhauer R; Naumann U; Neer G; Niederhausen H; Nowicki SC; Nygren DR; Obertacke A; Olivas A; Omairat A; O'Murchadha A; Palazzo A; Palczewski T; Pandya H; Paul L; Pepper JA; Heros CPDL; Petersen TC; Pfendner C; Pieloth D; Pinat E; Pinfold JL; Posselt J; Price PB; Przybylski GT; Pütz J; Quinnan M; Raab C; Rädel L; Rameez M; Rawlins K; Reimann R; Relich M; Resconi E; Rhode W; Richman M; Richter S; Riedel B; Robertson S; Rongen M; Rott C; Ruhe T; Ryckbosch D; Saba SM; Sabbatini L; Sander H-G; Sandrock A; Sandroos J; Sandstrom P; Sarkar S; Schatto K; Scheriau F; Schimp M; Schmidt T; Schmitz M; Schoenen S; Schöneberg S; Schönwald A; Schulte L; Seckel D; Seunarine S; Shaevitz MH; Shanidze R; Smith MWE; Soldin D; Söldner-Rembold S; Song M; Spiczak GM; Spiering C; Stahlberg M; Stamatikos M; Stanev T; Stanisha NA; Stasik A; Stezelberger T; Stokstad RG; Stößl A; Ström R; Strotjohann NL; Sullivan GW; Sutherland M; Taavola H; Taboada I; Taketa A; Tanaka HKM; Ter-Antonyan S; Terliuk A; Tešić G; Tilav S; Toale PA; Tobin MN; Toscano S; Tosi D; Tselengidou M; Turcati A; Unger E; Usner M; Vallecorsa S; Vandenbroucke J; Eijndhoven NV; Vanheule S; Santen JV; Veenkamp J; Vehring M; Voge M; Vraeghe M; Walck C; Wallace A; Wallraff M; Wandkowsky N; Weaver C; Wendt C; Westerhoff S; Whelan BJ; Whitehorn N; Wichary C; Wiebe K; Wiebusch CH; Wille L; Williams DR; Wissing H; Wolf M; Wood TR; Woschnagg K; Wren S; Xu DL; Xu XW; Xu Y; Yanez JP; Yodh G; Yoshida S; Zoll M (2015)
      Papers submitted to the 34th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC 2015, The Hague) by the IceCube-Gen2 Collaboration. IceTop is the 1 km2 surface array of the IceCube Neutrino Observatory. Measurements of ground level ...
    • Identifying a common backbone of interactions underlying food webs from different ecosystems 

      Mora BB; Gravel D; Gilarranz LJ; Poisot T; Stouffer DB (2018)
      © 2018 The Author(s). Although the structure of empirical food webs can differ between ecosystems, there is growing evidence of multiple ways in which they also exhibit common topological properties. To reconcile these ...
    • Impacts of new technologies on load profiles 

      Campbell M; Miller AJV; Watson NR (2016)
    • Implications of improved representations of plant respiration in a changing climate 

      Huntingford C; Atkin OK; Martinez-De La Torre A; Mercado LM; Heskel MA; Harper AB; Bloomfield KJ; O'Sullivan OS; Reich PB; Wythers KR; Butler EE; Chen M; Griffin KL; Meir P; Tjoelker MG; Turnbull MH; Sitch S; Wiltshire A; Malhi Y (2017)
      © 2017 The Author(s). Land-atmosphere exchanges influence atmospheric CO 2 . Emphasis has been on describing photosynthetic CO 2 uptake, but less on respiration losses. New global datasets describe upper canopy dark ...
    • The influence of tongue position on trombone sound: A likely area of language influence 

      Heyne, M.; Derrick, D. (University of Canterbury. New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain & Behaviour, 2015)
      This paper builds on initial evidence of First Language influence on brass playing presented in Heyne and Derrick (2013) [13] by indicating how tongue positioning might affect trombone timbre. Ultrasound imaging ...
    • An investigation into the southward migration of the Waimakariri River mouth 

      Boyle, Tony (Environment Canterbury, 2011)
      The Waimakariri River is currently migrating rapidly southwards. This report examines matters pertaining to this and recommends for reasons set out no action to halt this migration for the short to medium term.
    • Korea Microlensing Telescope Network Microlensing Events from 2015: Event-Finding Algorithm, Vetting, and Photometry 

      Kim D-J; Kim H-W; Hwang K-H; Albrow MD; Chung S-J; Gould A; Han C; Jung YK; Ryu Y-H; Shin I-G; Yee JC; Zhu W; Cha S-M; Kim S-L; Lee C-U; Lee Y; Park B-G; Pogge RW (2017)
      We present microlensing events in the 2015 Korea Microlensing Telescope Network (KMTNet) data and our procedure for identifying these events. In particular, candidates were detected with a novel "completed event" microlensing ...
    • Library on Location: Taking library services outside the library walls 

      Upjohn, M.J.; Fitchett, D.J. (University of Canterbury. Engineering LibraryUniversity of Canterbury. Physical Sciences Library, 2008)
      The community served by a library is often unaware of the range of resources and services its library provides. To address these issues, University of Canterbury librarians investigated a "Library on Location" service. ...
    • Library services without a library: post-earthquake use of virtual reference at University of Canterbury 

      Roberts, S.F.; Fitchett, D.J.; Paterson, M.E. (University of Canterbury. Library, 2011)
      Following the September 2010 earthquake and the closure of a number of campus libraries, library staff at the University of Canterbury was forced to rethink how they connected with their users. The established virtual ...