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  • (p -Cymene)thioglycollatoruthenium(II) dimer; a complex with an ambi-basic S,O-donor ligand

    Henderson, William; Kilpin, Tracey D.; Nicholson, Brian K. (Springer, 2007)
    The title compound was prepared from the (p-cymene)ruthenium chloride dimer and thioglycollic acid. The structure is a centrosymmetric dimer bridged by the soft-base S atoms, with the hard-base O atoms of the carboxylate ...
  • Pace Regression

    Wang, Yong; Witten, Ian H. (Computer Science, University of Waikato, 1999-09)
    This paper articulates a new method of linear regression, “pace regression”, that addresses many drawbacks of standard regression reported in the literature-particularly the subset selection problem. Pace regression improves ...
  • Pacific climate reflected in Waipuna Cave drip water hydrochemistry

    Nava-Fernandez, Cinthya; Hartland, Adam; Gázquez, Fernando; Kwiecien, Ola; Marwan, Norbert; Fox, Bethany; Hellstrom, John C.; Pearson, Andrew; Ward, Brittany; French, Amanda; Hodell, David A.; Immenhauser, Adrian; Breitenbach, Sebastian F.M. (Copernicus GmbH, 2020)
    Cave microclimate and geochemical monitoring is vitally important for correct interpretations of proxy time series from speleothems with regard to past climatic and environmental dynamics. We present results of a comprehensive ...
  • Pacific Consumer Acculturation in New Zealand: Understanding the dynamics of consumption using video diaries

    Brown, Charis (University of Waikato, 2010)
    New Zealand, the land of milk and honey, is the „dream‟ of many Pacific people. Expectations of New Zealand were high as Pacific people dreamt of „the better life‟ from migrated family members who retold their experiences ...
  • A Pacific Island story

    Cheesman, Sue (DANZ, 2009)
    Neil Ieremia, artistic director of Black Grace, has gone back to his Samoan roots for inspiration for the new full length work ‘Gathering Clouds’.
  • Pacific Islanders and Health in the Print News Media

    Loto, Robert (The University of Waikato, 2007)
    Pacific Islanders have faced discrimination in New Zealand particularly since the 1960s when members of communities, particularly from the Cook Islands, Samoa, Niue and Tonga began to be transplanted from their home nations ...
  • Pacific parental engagement and intergenerational storytelling in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Cunningham, Emma; Jesson, Rebecca; Wendt Samu, Tanya Wendt (Springer, 2022)
    In this article, we focus on how Pacific family support places success of individuals within a wider narrative of intergenerational family stories, contributing to successful futures for the participating Pacific youth and ...
  • Pacific students and pedagogical success [Editorial]

    Sharma, Sashi; Hamilton, Carol (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, the University of Waikato, 2018)
    Debates about rates of achievement for Pacific students have been a feature of educational conversations in New Zealand for over three decades. We do not intend rehearsing the substance of them here, as components of them ...
  • Paddock scale nitrous oxide emissions from intensively grazed pasture: Quantification and mitigation

    Wecking, Anne Roswitha (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    Agricultural soils are the main contributor to global emissions of the potent greenhouse gas nitrous oxide (N₂O) to the atmosphere. Nitrous oxide can absorb and transform radiative energy emitted from the sun to earth into ...
  • Paediatric Traumatic Brain Injury in New Zealand: Caregiver Knowledge and Media Representations

    Willix-Payne, Dawn Joanne (University of Waikato, 2015)
    Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major cause of death and disability in the paediatric population. Even mild TBI may lead to on-going cognitive, behavioural and physical problems. Children are reliant on their caregivers ...
  • Page turning and image size in a digital music stand

    Bell, Timothy C.; Church, Annabel; McPherson, John; Bainbridge, David (2005)
    This paper investigates attributes of the electronic display of sheet music necessary for the development of a digital music stand. We explore the two conflicting goals of minimising page turning effort and maximising the ...
  • Pain and pleasure in partnership between normal school teachers, student teachers and university teachers.

    Fraser, Deborah (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 1995)
    The triad of teacher, student teacher and lecturer has not always been a mutually beneficial liaison. Lecturers have expressed frustration with the constraints of schools and classroom programmes to incorporate approaches ...
  • "The pain, the pain": Modelling music information behavior and the songs we hate

    Cunningham, Sally Jo; Downie, J. Stephen; Bainbridge, David (Queen Mary, University of London, 2005-09-01)
    The paper presents a grounded theory analysis of 395 user responses to the survey question, "What is the worst song ever?" Important factors uncovered include: lyric quality, the "earworm" effect, voice quality, the influence ...
  • Pairwise meta-rules for better meta-learning-based algorithm ranking

    Sun, Quan; Pfahringer, Bernhard (Springer-Verlag, 2013-07)
    In this paper, we present a novel meta-feature generation method in the context of meta-learning, which is based on rules that compare the performance of individual base learners in a one-against-one manner. In addition ...
  • ‘Pakeha Bill’: William John Mcclear, a Pakeha who lived at Te Aroha

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Born in Ireland to a Scottish soldier named McAleer, McClear, as he would re-name himself, was uncertain of his age, his birthplace, and the spelling of his name – for, like his parents, he was illiterate. After his drunken ...
  • Pakeha students and a pro-Treaty analysis: Teaching issues in a diploma of clinical psychology programme

    Yensen, Helen; McCreanor, Tim (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    We ran Treaty/biculturalism workshops for the Diploma on an ad hoc basis in 1990, 1991, and 1992. This year we have contracted for a fuller package which involves work with first and second years and staff. Next year this ...
  • Palaeolimnological studies on Lake Maratoto, North Island, New Zealand

    Green, John D. (Kyoto University, 1979)
    The Middle Waikato (or Hamilton) Basin is a promising area for studies of the postglacial history of Northern New Zealand. The major geomorphological features of the basin were developed in the last 40,000 years, mainly ...
  • Palaeolimnology in New Zealand

    Green, John D.; Lowe, David J. (1992)
    The study of lakes has attracted many scientists over the years and those who specialise in attempting to understand the complex workings of the entire lake ecosystem are now known as limnologists (Wetzel 1983). Most of ...
  • Palaeolimnology of Adelaide Tarn, a ~14,000-year-old low-alpine glacial lake, northwestern South Island, New Zealand

    Foster, Courtney Renee (University of Waikato, 2013)
    A palaeolimnology study has been carried out on a ~14,000 calendar [cal]-year-old low-alpine glacial lake, Adelaide Tarn. The lake is located in a cirque basin at ~1260 m elevation in the Tasman Mountains, just below ...
  • The palatability of flavoured novel floating pellets made with brewer's spent grain to captive carp

    Morgan, Dai K.J.; Verbeek, Casparus Johan R.; Rosentrater, Kurt A.; Hicks, Brendan J. (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
    The palatability to common carp, Cyprinus carpio L. of three newly developed differently flavoured floating pellets made from a high proportion (40%) of brewer's spent grain (BSG) was tested using a multiple-offer feeding ...