• Te taiao : te titiro a te Māori

    Kirby, Dean Robert (University of Waikato, 1992)
    Ko te kaupapa o tēnei tuhinga ko te titiro a te Māori ki te taiao. He mea tuhi i runga i te aroha, i te whakapono ki ngēnei mea, ki te ātaahua o te taiao me ngā kōrero mōna. E whakatangatatia ana ngā āhuatanga o te taiao, ...
  • Advancing Scholarship /scholarship in geography classrooms

    Chalmers, Lex (New Zealand Council for Educational Research Press (NZCER), 2015)
    The Scholarship examination is a longstanding feature of secondary school assessment. Scholarship is available to our “brightest and best” students in geography, and it is designed to recognise excellence and thereby enhance ...
  • Analysis of Amino Acids in Mānuka Honey

    Lloyd, Alicia Marie (University of Waikato, 2015)
    Honey, a natural product produced by honeybees, has a complex matrix of sugars proteins, minerals, vitamins, enzymes and free amino acids. Amino acids, obtained from the nectar of plants, account for 50-30 mg/kg of honey, ...
  • Of Drums and Gods: 'Tradition' and Christianity in Oksapmin Church Soundscapes

    Macdonald, Fraser (2017)
    Based on ethnography undertaken since 2008, this paper seeks to interrogate and probelmatise the relationship between aesthetic form and conceptual meaning within the mainly Baptist church services of the Oksapmin, a group ...
  • Supercapacitor Assisted Inverter for the purposes of Input Ripple Control

    Gaylard, Carl (University of Waikato, 2016)
    This thesis describes the use of a series/parallel supercapacitor to actively control the input ripple of a DC-AC power inverter through the use of a new inverter topology. The topology is made up of two 'sub-inverters' ...

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