• Kaitiakitanga - Active guardianship, responsibilities and relationships with the world: Towards a bio-cultural future In early childhood education

    Paul-Burke, Kura; Rameka, Lesley Kay (Springer, 2015)
    The world is a vast family, and humans are children of the earth and sky, and cousins to all living things. Such unity means that nature is the ultimate teacher about life (Royal 2010, p. 9). For Māori (indigenous peoples ...
  • The differential response of kelp to swell and infragravity wave motion

    Mullarney, JC; Pilditch, CA (ASLO: Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, 2017)
    We present field measurements of the movement of the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera under wave forcing. We resolve the depth and frequency-dependent responses along the stipe and find different and counterintuitive patterns ...
  • Surficial sediments of Raglan Harbour

    Sherwood, Alan M. (1973)
    Raglan Harbour is a drowned river valley system lying in a structurally depressed fault block. Much of the upper reaches of the harbour consist of tidal flats formed by sediment veneered shore platforms, and dissected by ...
  • Managing potential interactions of subsurface resources

    Field, Brad D.; Barton, Barry; Funnell, R.; Higgs, K.E.; Nichol, A.; Seebeck, H. (2017)
    Subsurface resources include oil, gas, coal, groundwater, saline aquifer minerals, and heat (for geothermal use). Pore space itself should also be considered as a resource as it can be used for injection of waste fluids, ...
  • Extracting the MESA SR4000 Calibrations

    Charleston, Sean A.; Dorrington, Adrian A.; Streeter, Lee; Cree, Michael J. (SPIE, 2015)
    Time-of-flight range imaging cameras are capable of acquiring depth images of a scene. Some algorithms require these cameras to be run in `raw mode', where any calibrations from the off-the-shelf manufacturers are lost. ...

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