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  • Wage Structures and Employment Outcomes in New Zealand, and Their Relationship to Technological Change

    Hector, Christopher James (The University of Waikato, 2007)
    After 100 years at an historically low level, inequality began to rise in the late 20th century, a trend which was especially marked in the English-speaking countries including New Zealand. Various explanations have been ...
  • Waikato peat lakes sediment nutrient removal scoping exercise

    Faithfull, Carolyn L.; Hamilton, David P.; Burger, David F.; Duggan, Ian C. (The University of Waikato, 2008)
    This report was commissioned by Environment Waikato to examine the available methods for internal (bottom sediment) nutrient removal and their suitability for application in the Waikato peat lakes. Lakes Ngaroto, Kainui, ...
  • The Waikato range imager

    Cree, Michael J.; Dorrington, Adrian A.; Conroy, Richard M.; Payne, Andrew D.; Carnegie, Dale A. (IVCNZ, 2006)
    We are developing a high precision simultaneous full-field acquisition range imager. This device measures range with sub millimetre precision in range simultaneously over a full-field view of the scene. Laser diodes are ...
  • Waikato Region and Districts: Demographic Profile 1986 - 2031

    Jackson, Natalie; Pawar, Shefali (National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis, 2013-07)
    This report outlines the demographic changes that have occurred in Waikato Region, as well as what trends are expected in the future.
  • The Waikato Region: Major tourism issues and opportunities to facilitate tourism development: Public summary

    Zahra, Anne Louise; Walter, Naomi Jane (2007-11-19)
    A regional tourism project was commissioned by Katolyst, the Waikato Economic Development Agency, to assess the following: What is meant by regional tourism; the current views of industry stakeholders within the tourism ...
  • The Waikato River settlement: Exploring a model for co-management and protection of natural and cultural resources

    Te Aho, Linda (2015)
    This presentation explores co-management regimes in Aotearoa, including the framework established under the Waikato River Settlement, which mandates the protection and restoration of the river’s health and well being for ...
  • Waikato Taniwharau: Prioritising competing needs in the management of the Waikato River

    Morgan, Te Kipa Kepa Brian; Te Aho, Linda (Nova Science Publishers, 2013)
    The Waikato River system is New Zealand’s longest river and has significant spiritual relevance for the Waikato-Tainui people and other river iwi, who regard it as an indicator of their mauri or well-being, and central to ...
  • Waikirikiri Marae: Shared experiences of the wharemate

    Rua, Hare; Rua, Mohi; Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia; Nikora, Linda Waimarie (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010)
    In Te Urewera, wharemate (shelters in which the deceased receive their final farewells) have traditionally been temporary structures. In the 1980s, a new practice was introduced in the Ruātoki valley with the erection of ...
  • Waiorongomai Township

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    When gold was discovered at Waiorongomai, a settlement was quickly established, to the delight of the Thames High School Governors, who anticipated a good return from their swampy farmland. Shops, hotels, and a school were ...
  • Waipa District: Demographic Profile 1986 - 2031

    Jackson, Natalie; Pawar, Shefali (National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis (NIDEA), 2013-03)
    This report outlines the demographic changes that have occurred in Waipa District, as well as what trends are expected in the future.
  • Wairangi

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012-10-01)
    Wairangi this composition was composed at the time Māori were in court with the Crown over the ownership of fresh water (water rights). It talks about Kīngi Tūheitia holding the Water Summit hui at Tūrangawaewae and ...
  • The Wairua of Self: A Path of Love, Simplicity, and Connectedness

    Frishman, Lezlie (University of Waikato, 2011)
    Love is an action of freedom until something else steps in – often fear – that insists we create a box of survival. Whether self-imposed, forced, or chosen, it is interesting to notice how we limit ourselves with love. ...
  • The Waitoa find: a fraudulent discovery close to Te Aroha

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    John Bealby Smith, a successful farmer at Waitoa and a prominent resident of the wider district, invested in the Te Aroha and Waiorongomai goldfields. In 1886 his announcement of finding gold on his farm created considerable ...
  • Waitoa prospecting association/gold mining company

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    In July 1880, some Waitoa residents planned to form a prospecting association to explore the Te Aroha mountain, but it was not established until early November, after Hone Werahiko had made his discovery. An experienced ...
  • The Waitoki, Waitoki Extended, Werahiko, Success, Silver King, Cadman and Bendigo mines at Waiorongomai

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    The Werahiko and Waitoki mines were the first to work this ground, with great expectations. During 1882 and 1883 there were periodic encouraging reports of the value of the ore, but expectations were dashed when the first ...
  • Waitomo District: Demographic profile 1986-2031

    Jackson, Natalie; Pawar, Shefali (National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis (NIDEA), 2014)
    This report outlines the demographic changes that have occurred in Waitomo Region, as well as what trends are expected in the future.
  • Waiwhakareke Restoration Plantings: Establishment of Monitoring Plots 2005-06

    Grove, E.; Pairs, B.; Clarkson, Bruce D. (Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research, School of Science & Engineering, University of Waikato, 2006)
    Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park is being developed to reconstruct native lowland and wetland ecosystems as were once widespread in the Waikato Region. The 60ha Natural Heritage Park is located on the north-west outskirts ...
  • A walking stick in one hand and a chainsaw in the other: Patients’ perspectives of living with multimorbidity

    Signal, Louise; Semper, Kelly; Stairmand, Jeannine; Davies, Cheryl; Millar, Elinor; Dowell, Tony; Lawrenson, Ross; Mangin, Dee; Sarfati, Diana (2017)
    AIMS: Multimorbidity is common, yet there are major gaps in research, particularly among younger and indigenous populations. This research aimed to understand patients’ perspectives of living with multimorbidity. METHODS: ...
  • Wallace’s approach to unsupervised learning: the Snob program

    Jorgensen, Murray A.; McLachlan, Geoffrey J. (Oxford University Press, 2008)
    We describe the Snob program for unsupervised learning as it has evolved from its beginning in the 1960s until its present form. Snob uses the minimum message length principle expounded in Wallace and Freeman (Wallace, ...
  • Waltzing on the Vienna Consensus on Drug Control? Tensions in the International System for the Control of Drugs

    Boister, Neil (Cambridge University Press, 2016)
    This article examines the tensions within the international drug control system which are putting the until now consensual position in regard to the prohibition on drugs supply and use for anything other than medical and ...