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  • New thermocouple-based microwave/millimeter-wave power sensor MMIC techniques in GaAs

    Scott, Jonathan B.; Low, T.S.; Cochran, S.; Keppeler, B.; Staroba, J.; Yeats, B. (IEEE, 2010)
    We describe a new RF and microwave power sensor monolithic microwave integrated circuit design. The circuit incorporates a number of advances over existing designs. These include a III–V epitaxial structure optimized for ...
  • New Zealand

    Moffat, Kirstine; Lavën, Helen (Sage, 2011)
    The New Zealand section of The Journal of Commonwealth Literature’s 2011 bibliographical issue.
  • New Zealand

    Moffat, Kirstine (SAGE, 2010)
    2009 was a particularly rich and diverse year for New Zealand literature, with the publication of significant works by many established authors and the emergence of several new and promising voices. Experimentation with ...
  • New Zealand

    Moffat, Kirstine (SAGE Publications, 2009)
    The New Zealand section of The Journal of Commonwealth Literature’s 2008 bibliographical issue.
  • New Zealand

    Moffat, Kirstine; Schumacher, Larissa (Sage, 2013)
    The New Zealand section of The Journal of Commonwealth Literature’s 2013 bibliographical issue.
  • New Zealand

    Moffat, Kirstine; Martin, Fiona (2012)
    The New Zealand section of The Journal of Commonwealth Literature’s 2012 bibliographical issue.
  • New Zealand and Maori land trusts

    Chevalier-Watts, Juliet (Oxford Journals (Oxford University Press), 2016)
    New Zealand, as in other jurisdictions, has a range of recognized trusts that would be familiar to many. These include express trusts, resulting trusts, constructive trusts, and charitable trusts. Perhaps more unfamiliar, ...
  • New Zealand breakfast cereals: are there sufficient low-sugar, low-sodium options?

    Chepulis, Lynne Merran; Mearns, Gael (Cambridge University Press, 2018)
    We wish to respond to a letter by Gina Levy of Kellogg (Australia) Pty Ltd – Research and Technology, Australia entitled ‘The New Zealand breakfast cereal category is dynamic and responsive to consumer preferences’, published ...
  • New Zealand Calanoid Copepod Invasions: Has Artificial Lake Construction Facilitated Invasions, and are our Coastal Waters Uninvaded?

    Banks, Christopher Mark (The University of Waikato, 2007)
    Non-indigenous species have become a global issue of increasing importance in recent years, with many causing significant environmental and economic damage. Identifying locations vulnerable to invasion allows for focus of ...
  • New Zealand coastal system boundaries, connections and management

    Hart, Deirdre E.; Bryan, Karin R. (Blackwell Publishers, 2008)
    Understanding coastal boundaries, connections and drivers of landscape change is integral to effective coastal planning and management. This concept is explored here through case studies representing two very different New ...
  • New Zealand culture of intoxication: Local and global influences

    McEwan, Brett James; Campbell, Maxine M.; Swain, David (The Editors, New Zealand Sociology, 2010)
    This article shows that attitudes towards and behaviours involving the consumption of alcohol in New Zealand have long been problematic. It provides an historical account of social, economic and legislative factors which ...
  • New Zealand designs law: The case for reform

    Kingsbury, Anna (Thomson Reuters, 2009)
    This article is about New Zealand designs law, considered in an international and comparative context. It argues that New Zealand designs law is unsustainable and in need of reform. New Zealand is a small jurisdiction with ...
  • A New Zealand digital library for computer science research

    Witten, Ian H.; Cunningham, Sally Jo; Vallabh, Mahendra; Bell, Timothy C. (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 1995-03)
    A large amount of computing literature has become available over the Internet, as university departments and research institutions have made their technical reports, preprints, and theses available electronically. Access ...
  • New Zealand environmental policy in the Key era: Escalating crises in a time of neo-liberal economic dominance

    Kurian, Priya A.; Smith, Megan (Victoria University Press, 2018)
    Since 2008, over three terms of а National Party-led government, the environment went from being an issue that barely registered with the electorate to becoming perhaps the dominant issue of the 2017 election. The past ...
  • The New Zealand Exploration Company and Aroha Gold Mines Ltd: the last introduction of overseas capital to Waiorongomai

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    The Paris and London Rothschilds became involved in mining investments in the late nineteenth century, in 1886 forming the Exploration Company, which subsequently formed subsidiary companies to develop promising fields. ...
  • New Zealand families: Child-rearing practices and attitudes

    Ritchie, Jane (Pearson Education New Zealand, 2007)
    Traditionally, the study of families has been the domain of sociology rather than of psychology. For sociologists the family is an important ‘institution’ because it is a key social structure that shapes the way society ...
  • New Zealand foreign policy under the Clark government: High tide of liberal internationalism

    McCraw, David (University of British Columbia, 2005)
    The foreign policy of the current New Zealand government has strongly reflected the Labour Party’s Liberal Internationalist ideology. Indeed, it is probable that this government has been the most Liberal Internationalist ...
  • New Zealand Guidelines for cyanobacteria in recreational fresh waters: Interim Guidelines

    Wood, Susanna A.; Hamilton, David P.; Paul, Wendy J.; Safi, Karl A.; Williamson, Wendy M. (Ministry for the Environment, New Zealand, 2009)
    This document is divided into four main sections, plus 14 appendices. Section 1. Introduction provides an overview of the purpose and status of the document as well as advice on who should use it. Section 2. Framework ...
  • New Zealand history is Maori history: Tikanga as the ethical foundation of historical scholarship In Aotearoa New Zealand

    Mahuika, Nepia (University of Auckland, 2015)
    IT SHOULD COME AS NO SURPRISE TO FIND that New Zealand history is Māori history. In 1987 when Tipene O’Regan stated that the ‘the past belongs to all New Zealanders, but first it is ours’, he was drawing attention to New ...
  • New Zealand Industry Training Policy in the 2008-2010 Environment

    Batters, Taryn (University of Waikato, 2010)
    This study is broadly concerned with the changing nature of industry training policy in New Zealand between the mid-1980s and mid-2010. It sets the two-year period subsequent to the 2008 election against this broader ...