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  • The growth of oil futures in China: Evidence of market maturity through global crises

    Corbet, Shaen; Hou, Yang (Greg); Hu, Yang; Oxley, Les (Elsevier, 2022)
    Chinese oil futures products were created in 2018, and have since presented an alternative, regional exchange through which to invest. This research tests for evidence of developing market maturity during the time since ...
  • A bag of oranges and a communal lunch: Intra-action of matter and becoming

    Kotzé, Elmarie (Nova Science Publishers, 2018)
    In the chapter the author draws on new materialism and poststructuralism to write about becoming-subject. The author uses the notions of fluidity of the self, the (im)possibility of writing self and, at the same time, ...
  • Health equity and wellbeing among older people's caregivers in New Zealand during COVID-19: Protocol for a qualitative study.

    Burholt, Vanessa; Balmer, Deborah; Frey, Rosemary; Meha, Pare; Parsons, John; Roberts, Mary; Simpson, Mary Louisa; Wiles, Janine; Gregorzewski, Moema; Percival, Teuila; Reddy, Rangimahora (2022)
    BACKGROUND: Knowledge of the challenges unpaid caregivers faced providing care to older people during the COVID-19 pandemic is limited. Challenges may be especially pronounced for those experiencing inequitable access to ...
  • A learning design framework for community resilience: International and transdisciplinary perspectives on a boundary object

    Brogden, Liz; Bernie, Desmond; Boston, Megan; Forster, Alan M.; Galbrun, Laurent; Hepburn, Leigh-Anne; Lawanson, Taibat; Morkel, Jolanda (Elsevier BV, 2022)
    To equip graduates to respond to sustainability challenges, higher education institutions are developing programs and innovative pedagogical approaches that target new types of 21st century knowledge and skills. Resilience ...
  • A kraft mill-integrated hydrothermal liquefaction process for liquid fuel co-production

    Ong, Benjamin H.Y.; Walmsley, Timothy Gordon; Atkins, Martin John; Walmsley, Michael R.W. (MDPI, 2020)
    There is a growing awareness of the need to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and the inevitable depletion of fossil fuel. With the market pull for the growth in sustainable and renewable alternative energy, the challenge ...
  • Standards of care for the health of Transgender and Gender Diverse People, Version 8

    Coleman, E; Radix, AE; Bouman, WP; Brown, GR; de Vries, ALC; Deutsch, MB; Ettner, R; Fraser, L; Goodman, M; Green, J; Hancock, AB; Johnson, TW; Karasic, DH; Knudson, GA; Leibowitz, SF; Meyer-Bahlburg, HFL; Monstrey, SJ; Motmans, J; Nahata, L; Nieder, TO; Reisner, SL; Richards, C; Schechter, LS; Tangpricha, V; Tishelman, AC; Van Trotsenburg, MAA; Winter, S; Ducheny, K; Adams, NJ; Adrián, TM; Allen, LR; Azul, D; Bagga, H; Başar, K; Bathory, DS; Belinky, JJ; Berg, DR; Berli, JU; Bluebond-Langner, RO; Bouman, M-B; Bowers, ML; Brassard, PJ; Byrne, J; Capitán, L; Cargill, CJ; Carswell, JM; Chang, SC; Chelvakumar, G; Corneil, T; Dalke, KB; De Cuypere, G; de Vries, E; Den Heijer, M; Devor, AH; Dhejne, C; D’Marco, A; Edmiston, EK; Edwards-Leeper, L; Ehrbar, R; Ehrensaft, D; Eisfeld, J; Elaut, E; Erickson-Schroth, L; Feldman, JL; Fisher, AD; Garcia, MM; Gijs, L; Green, SE; Hall, BP; Hardy, TLD; Irwig, MS; Jacobs, LA; Janssen, AC; Johnson, K; Klink, DT; Kreukels, BPC; Kuper, LE; Kvach, EJ; Malouf, MA; Massey, R; Mazur, T; McLachlan, C; Morrison, SD; Mosser, SW; Neira, PM; Nygren, U; Oates, JM; Obedin-Maliver, J; Pagkalos, G; Patton, J; Phanuphak, N; Rachlin, K; Reed, T; Rider, GN; Ristori, J; Robbins-Cherry, S; Roberts, SA; Rodriguez-Wallberg, KA; Rosenthal, SM; Sabir, K; Safer, JD; Scheim, AI; Seal, LJ; Sehoole, TJ; Spencer, K; St. Amand, C; Steensma, TD; Strang, JF; Taylor, GB; Tilleman, K; T’Sjoen, GG; Vala, LN; Van Mello, NM; Veale, Jaimie; Vencill, JA; Vincent, B; Wesp, LM; West, MA; Arcelus, J (Informa UK Limited, 2022-08-19)
    Background: Transgender healthcare is a rapidly evolving interdisciplinary field. In the last decade, there has been an unprecedented increase in the number and visibility of transgender and gender diverse (TGD) people ...
  • Digital technologies in the New Zealand Curriculum

    Kellow, Jan-Marie (University of Waikato, 2018)
    The revised Technology Curriculum for years 1 - 13 now includes two Digital Technologies areas: ‘computational thinking for Digital Technologies’ and ‘designing and developing digital outcomes’. By 2020, all schools are ...
  • Acute hypophagia and changes in c-Fos immunoreactivity in adolescent rats treated with low doses of oxytocin and naltrexone.

    Head, Mitchell Antony; McColl, Laura Kathryn; Klockars, Anica; Levine, Allen S.; Olszewski, Pawel K. (2021-12-23)
    A recent case report has shown that an adjunctive oxytocin + naltrexone (OT + NTX) treatment promoted more robust hypophagia and body weight reduction than OT alone in an adolescent male with hypothalamic obesity after ...
  • Causality and the fate of climate litigation: The role of the social superstructure narrative

    Otto, Friederike E. L.; Minnerop, Petra; Raju, Emmanuel; Harrington, Luke J.; Stuart‐Smith, Rupert F.; Boyd, Emily; James, Rachel; Jones, Richard; Lauta, Kristian C. (Wiley, 2022)
    Climate litigation has become a strategic tool to push for climate justice, including compensation for losses caused by climate change. Many cases rely on the establishment of a causal relationship between the defendants' ...
  • Interim guidance on the use of new sea-level rise projections

    Bell, Robert G.; Lawrence, J.; Naish, T.; Levy, R.; Allan, S. (Ministry for the Environment, New Zealand, 2022)
    The recently updated future projections from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in 2021–22 confirm that sea-level rise is accelerating. The updated projections show an increase in projected sea-level rise ...
  • The coastal habitats of Tairawhiti: A review of the scientific, local, and customary knowledge

    Ross, Philip M. (Environmental Research Institute, 2021)
    In Aotearoa/New Zealand, regional councils and unitary authorities have a range of responsibilities for decision making in the coastal and marine area (CMA). The New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement (2010), in policy 11, ...
  • Quality of life, quality of business, and destinations of recent graduates: fields of study matter

    Grimes, Arthur; Badenhorst, Shaan; Maré, David C.; Poot, Jacques; Sin, Isabelle (Springer, 2022)
    One of the main challenges facing non-metropolitan regions is the attraction and retention of highly-educated young people. A loss of the brightest can lead to reduced business creation, innovation, growth and community ...
  • A review of Phillips-type right-tailed unit root bubble detection tests

    Hu, Yang (Wiley, 2022)
    Recent developments on the right-tailed unit root tests of Phillips et al., which are used to date stamp the origination and collapse dates of asset price bubbles, have generated considerable interest. This paper provides ...
  • Coastal communities, leisure and wellbeing: Advancing a trans-disciplinary agenda for understanding ocean-human relationships in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Wheaton, Belinda; Waiti, Jordan Te Aramoana; Olive, Rebecca; Kearns, Robin (MDPI, 2021)
    Commentators are advocating for research to better understand relationships between healthy coastal ecosystems and human wellbeing. Doing so requires inter- and transdisciplinary approaches across humanities, arts, social ...
  • Patient-reported diagnostic intervals to colorectal cancer diagnosis in the Midland region of New Zealand: a prospective cohort study

    Blackmore, Tania; Chepulis, Lynne Merran; Rawiri, Keenan; Kidd, Jacquie; Stokes, Tim E.; Firth, Melissa; Elwood, Mark; Weller, David; Emery, Jon; Lawrenson, Ross (Oxford University Press, 2021)
    Background and objectives New Zealand (NZ) has high rates of colorectal cancer (CRC) but low rates of early detection. The majority of CRC is diagnosed through general practice, where lengthy diagnostic intervals are ...
  • Extreme heat in New Zealand: a synthesis

    Harrington, Luke J.; Frame, Dave (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022)
    Extreme heatwaves are among the fastest-changing meteorological hazards in a warming world. While likely also true for New Zealand, significant knowledge gaps exist relating to the current and future risks associated with ...
  • Hidden hunger in a land of plenty: Food insecurity in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Graham, Rebekah Sarah; Jackson, Kimberly; Masters-Awatere, Bridgette; Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth (2022)
    Aotearoa New Zealand is a relatively wealthy, food-producing nation. Yet, increasing numbers of the populace are experiencing food insecurity, hidden hunger, and material hardship. More than an individual issue, ensuring ...
  • Effect of feed restriction on fatty acid profile, body composition and selected blood parameters of intensive reared pike (Esox lucius)

    Kucska, Balázs; Szabó, András; Blake, Chris; Hancz, Csaba; Varga, Dániel
    This study investigated the effects of a six-week starvation period on the fatty acid profile, body composition and blood parameters of intensively reared pike (Esox lucius). 150 pike were stocked in an experimental ...
  • Bacterial cellulose synthesis by gluconacetobacter xylinus: Enhancement via fed-batch fermentation strategies in Glycerol media

    Adnan, Azila; Nair, Giridhar; Lay, Mark C.; Swan, Janis E. (2021)
    Bacterial cellulose (BC) is an abundant polysaccharide, which is secreted by several genera of bacteria. It has remarkable characteristics, which include high purity, high tensile strength, high biocompatibility and ...
  • Development and experimental analysis of a pneumatic based dibbling machine for a forestry nursery

    McGuinness, Benjamin John; Duke, Mike; Lim, Shen Hin; Au, Chi Kit (MDPI AG, 2022)
    The rejection rate of tree stock in a forestry nursery can be as high as 35%. This is attributed to plant physiology, poorly trained seasonal workers and unsophisticated equipment. It is estimated that approximately 5% of ...

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