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  • Tris(tert-butylisonitrile)hexacarbonyl- 3-ethylidyne-triangulo-tricobalt(I)(3 Co-Co)

    Brown, Jolene Mary; Nicholson, Brian K. (Blackwell Munksgaard, 2007)
    The title molecule, [Co3(C2H3)(C5H9N)3(CO)6] or [Co3(3-CCH3)(CNtBu)3(CO)6], lies on a threefold rotation axis. The three isonitrile ligands each occupy an equatorial site on each of the three Co atoms. The average Co-Co ...
  • Triumph displays inform eavesdropping little blue penguins of new dominance asymmetries

    Mouterde, Solveig C.; Duganzich, David M.; Molles, Laura E.; Helps, Shireen; Helps, Francis; Waas, Joseph R. (Elsevier, 2012)
    Agonistic signals used during contests over important resources have been extensively studied; postconflict signals have received comparatively little attention. While ‘triumph displays’, performed by winners following ...
  • Trophic state assessment of global inland waters using a MODIS-derived Forel-Ule index

    Wang, Shenglei; Li, Junsheng; Zhang, Bing; Spyrakos, Evangelos; Tyler, Andrew N.; Shen, Qian; Zhang, Fangfang; Kutser, Tiit; Lehmann, Moritz K.; Wu, Yanhong; Peng, Dailiang (Elsevier, 2018)
    Eutrophication of inland waters is considered a serious global environmental problem. Satellite remote sensing (RS) has been established as an important source of information to determine the trophic state of inland waters ...
  • ‘Troubling’ gender in virtual gaming spaces

    Todd, Cherie J. (Wiley, 2012)
    This article considers the relationship between gaming and gender, and explores how eight mature women gamers (30 years of age and older), living in the Waikato region of New Zealand negotiate their ‘real-life’ identities ...
  • Trust and gender in patient-practitioner relationships

    FitzPatrick, Mary (The University of Waikato, 2004)
    This research investigates the phenomenon of patient trust in primary health care providers. Using the qualitative methodology of Memory Work, this research draws largely on social constructionism to understand gendered ...
  • Trust and reputation in dynamic scientific communities

    Rana, Omer F.; Hinze, Annika (IEEE Educational Activities Department, Piscataway, NJ, USA, 2004)
    The formation of collaboration networks (or communities) is an important latent effect in many computational science undertakings. Generally, collaboration networks bring together participants who wish to achieve some ...
  • Trust- and location-based recommendations for tourism

    Hinze, Annika; Quan, Qiu (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2009)
    Recommender systems in a travel guide suggest touristic sites a user may like. Typically, people are more willing to trust recommendations from people they know. We present a trust-based recommendation service for a mobile ...
  • Trust-based recommendations for mobile tourists in TIP

    Quan, Qiu; Hinze, Annika (Department of Computer Science, The University of Waikato, 2008)
    Recommender systems aim to suggest to users items they would like. However, concerns about the reliability of information from unknown recommenders influences user acceptance. In this paper, we analyse trust-based ...
  • Trusts for religious purposes

    Chevalier-Watts, Juliet (LexisNexis NZ Limited, 2010)
    In order for a trust to be recognised as charitable in law, it must meet the following criteria (Andrew Butler (ed) Equity and Trusts in New Zealand (2nd ed, Thomson Reuters, 2009) at 273): i) Under law be deemed charitable; ...
  • Tube shape selection for heat recovery from particle-laden exhaust gas streams

    Walmsley, Timothy Gordon; Walmsley, Michael R.W.; Atkins, Martin John; Neale, James R.; Hoffmann-Vocke, Jonas (2011-12-01)
    Heat recovery from exhaust gas streams is applicable to a wide variety of industries. Two problems encountered in exhaust gas heat recovery are: the high heat transfer resistance of gases and the presence of entrained ...
  • Tubular carbonate concretions as hydrocarbon migration pathways? Examples from North Island, New Zealand

    Nyman, Stephanie Leigh; Nelson, Campbell S.; Campbell, Kathleen A.; Schellenberg, Francesca; Pearson, Michael J.; Kamp, Peter J.J.; Browne, Gregory H.; King, Peter R. (Ministry of Economic Development (online), 2006)
    Cold seep carbonate deposits are associated with the development on the sea floor of distinctive chemosyn¬thetic animal communities and carbonate minerali¬sation as a consequence of microbially mediated anaerobic oxidation ...
  • Tubular Carbonate Concretions from North Island, New Zealand: Evidence for Hydrocarbon Migration and the Subsurface Plumbing System of Cold Seeps

    Nyman, Stephanie Leigh (The University of Waikato, 2009)
    Among the cold seep research community, it is now appreciated that tubular carbonate concretions are important indicators of hydrocarbon migration in the subsurface. In the last few years, several publications have documented ...
  • Tubular concretions in New Zealand petroliferous basins: Lipid biomarker evidence for mineralisation around proposed miocene hydrocarbon seep conduits

    Pearson, Michael J.; Grosjean, Emmanuelle; Nelson, Campbell S.; Nyman, Stephanie Leigh; Logan, Graham A. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)
    Trapped organic compounds (lipids) have been analysed in tubular carbonate concretions and their host sediments in Miocene deep water mudrocks from coastal outcrops in East Coast Basin and Taranaki Basin of North Island, ...
  • The Tui Mines: a portion of the Te Aroha mining district

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    After initial interest in it during the initial rush, the Tui portion of the Te Aroha field was largely ignored until Clem Cornes made a discovery in 1885 that produced great hopes for obtaining gold and silver. Investors ...
  • Tukua Kia Rere! Maori Adult Students Succeeding at University

    Williams, Daphne Christina (Tina) (University of Waikato, 2010)
    A considerable amount of research has focussed on Māori underachievement in mainstream education. There is, however, much less research that celebrates Māori academic success. Even less has been written about the experiences ...
  • Tune Retrieval in the multimedia library

    McNab, Rodger J.; Smith, Lloyd A.; Witten, Ian H.; Henderson, Clare L. (Springer, 2000)
    Musical scores are traditionally retrieved by title, composer or subject classification. Just as multimedia computer systems increase the range of opportunities available for presenting musical information, so they also ...
  • Tuned in and hands on: Sound designers beyond technical expertise

    Delmotte, Isabelle A. (Leiden University Press (LUP), 2014)
    The term sound designer is a relatively new addition to the professional roles in a film sound crew. Its use can be traced to the 1970s when the dismantlement of some major Hollywood studios gave space for more experimental ...
  • Tuning the sulfur–heterometal interaction in organolead(IV) complexes of [Pt₂(μ-S)₂(PPh₃)₄]

    Pham, Kristina; Henderson, William; Nicholson, Brian K.; Hor, T.S. Andy (Elsevier S.A., 2007)
    Reactions of [Pt₂(μ-S)₂(PPh₃)₄] with Ph₃PbCl, Ph₂PbI₂, Ph₂PbBr₂ and Me₃PbOAc result in the formation of bright yellow to orange solutions containing the cations [Pt₂(μ-S)₂(PPh₃)₄PbR₃]⁺ (R₃ = Ph₃, Ph₂I, Ph₂Br, Me₃) isolated ...
  • Turakina Ngā Hara me Hinepūkohurangi

    Channings, Terehia Teresa (University of Waikato, 2016)
    Turakina Māori Girls’ College was a Māori boarding school established by the Presbyterian Church. It is a school that has had a long-standing relationship with Tūhoe. The connection between Tūhoe and Turakina Māori Girls’ ...
  • Turbulence transport throughout the heliosphere

    Breech, Ben; Matthaeus, William H.; Minnie, J.; Bieber, J.W.; Oughton, Sean; Smith, Charles W.; Isenberg, P.A. (American Geophysical Union., 2007)
    We employ a turbulence transport model to compute distributions of turbulence throughout the heliosphere. The model determines the radial dependence of three (coupled) quantities that characterize interplanetary turbulence, ...