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  • Adoption of innovative e-learning support for teaching: A multiple case study at the University of Waikato

    Johnson, E. Marcia; Cowie, Bronwen; de Lange, Willem P.; Falloon, Garry; Hight, Craig; Khoo, Elaine G.L. (Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, 2011)
    In response to recent social, economic, and pedagogical challenges to tertiary-level teaching and learning, universities are increasingly investigating and adopting elearning as a way to engage and motivate students. This ...
  • Burial and degradation of Rena oil within coastal sediments of the Bay of Plenty

    de Lange, Willem P.; de Groot, Neeltje, P.H.M.; Moon, Vicki G. (Royal Society of New Zealand, 2016)
    During the Rena oil spill, no data existed for New Zealand conditions on the likely depth of burial and the expected degradation of oil deposited on sandy beaches. Sediment cores were taken from 12 locations along the Bay ...
  • Coastal oceanography and sedimentology in New Zealand, 1967-91.

    Hume, Terry M.; Bell, Robert G.; de Lange, Willem P.; Healy, Terry R.; Hicks, D. Murray; Kirk, R.M. (1992)
    This paper reviews research that has taken place on physical oceanography and sedimentology on New Zealand's estuaries and the inner shelf since c. 1967. It includes estuarine sedimentation, tidal inlets, beach morphodynamics, ...
  • Comments on GWRC Draft Climate Change Strategy

    de Lange, Willem P. (2015-06-19)
    Considering the sea level projections adopted by the DCCS, the key points are: a) Due to vertical land movements, the magnitude of relative sea level changes around the coast of the Wellington region varies significantly, ...
  • Coupled flow-wave numerical model in assessing the impact of dredging on the morphology of Matakana Banks

    Ramli, Andi Yulianti; de Lange, Willem P.; Bryan, Karin R.; Mullarney, Julia C. (IPENZ, 2015)
    The short- and long-term impacts of dredging on the Matakana Banks ebb-tidal delta was investigated by numerical modelling using Delft3D. The model covered dredging locations inside Tauranga Harbour and the offshore areas ...

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  • The modification of toheroa habitat by streams on Ripiro Beach

    Cope, Jane (The University of Waikato, 2018)
    Habitat modification and loss are key factors driving the global extinction and displacement of species. The scale and consequences of habitat loss are relatively well understood in terrestrial environments, but in marine ...
  • Coastal erosion and sedimentation of Pukehina Beach and Waihi Estuary

    Easton, Hayden Russell (The University of Waikato, 2002)
    The Pukehina coastal sector is subject to severe frontal dune erosion. This has led to concern from local residents who reside in frontal houses. Accordingly, this investigation was initiated to assess the sedimentary and ...
  • Dredge spoil dispersion from an inner shelf dump-mound

    Carsten, Harms (The University of Waikato, 1989)
    A study was undertaken on the dispersion of dredge spoil from a dump-mound on the inner shelf in 11-17 m water depth, 3 km offshore from Tauranga Harbour, New Zealand. Graphic and volumetric analysis of bathymetric changes ...
  • Causes of diurnal ground movements at Omokoroa, New Zealand

    Manderson, Tyler Peter (University of Waikato, 2017)
    This study investigated processes acting on the Bramley Drive Landslide, located on the Omokoroa Peninsula. The landslide, first failed in 1979, and has become an important field site for assessing the processes affecting ...
  • Holocene Evolution of the Upper Western Channel within Tauranga Harbour

    Podrumac, Alyosha (University of Waikato, 2016)
    The Tauranga Harbour is a mesotidal lagoon that is actively infilling with sediment. The southern basin of the harbour is important from both ecological and socio-economic standpoints. An understanding of sediment dynamics ...

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