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  • Under pressure: The chronic effects of lower-body compression garment use during a 6-week military training course

    Edgar, David T.; Beaven, Christopher Martyn; Gill, Nicholas D.; Driller, Matthew W. (MDPI, 2022)
    Background: Previous studies have shown that compression garments may aid recovery in acute settings; however, less is known about the long-term use of compression garments (CG) for recovery. This study aimed to assess the ...
  • The effects of menstrual cycle phase on physical performance in female rugby athletes: A case-study

    Sella, Francesco S.; Beaven, Christopher Martyn; Sims, Stacy; McMaster, Daniel Travis; Gill, Nicholas D.; Hébert-Losier, Kim (Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand, 2021)
    Limited research exists on the effects of menstrual phase on athletic performance in team sport athletes. In this case-study we investigated the potential effect of menstrual cycle phase on several physical qualities in ...
  • COVID-19 Lockdown: A Global Study Investigating the Effect of Athletes’ Sport Classification and Sex on Training Practices

    Washif, J.A.; Sandbakk, Ø.; Seiler, S.; Haugen, T.; Farooq, A.; Quarrie, K.; Janse van Rensburg, D.C.; Krug, I.; Verhagen, E; Wong, DP; Mujika, I; Cortis, C; Haddad, M; Ahmadian, O; Al Jufaili, M; Al-Horani, RA; Al-Mohannadi, AS; Aloui, A; Ammar, A; Arifi, F; Aziz, AR; Batuev, M; Beaven, Christopher Martyn; Beneke, R; Bici, A; Bishnoi, P; Bogwasi, L; Bok, D; Boukhris, O; Boullosa, D; Bragazzi, N; Brito, J; Palacios Cartagena, RP; Chaouachi, A; Cheung, SS; Chtourou, H; Cosma, G; Debevec, T; DeLang, MD; Dellal, A; Dönmez, G; Driss, T; Peña Duque, JD; Eirale, C; Elloumi, M; Foster, C; Franchini, E; Fusco, A; Galy, O; Gastin, PB; Gill, N; Girard, O; Gregov, C; Halson, S; Hammouda, O; Hanzlíková, I; Hassanmirzaei, B; Hébert-Losier, Kim; Muñoz Helú, H; Herrera-Valenzuela, T; Hettinga, FJ; Holtzhausen, L; Hue, O; Dello Iacono, A; Ihalainen, JK; James, C; Joseph, S; Kamoun, K; Khaled, M; Khalladi, K; Kim, KJ; Kok, L-Y; MacMillan, L; Mataruna-Dos-Santos, LJ; Matsunaga, R; Memishi, S; Millet, GP; Moussa-Chamari, I; Musa, DI; Nguyen, HMT; Nikolaidis, PT; Owen, A; Padulo, J; Pagaduan, JC; Perera, NP; Pérez-Gómez, J; Pillay, L; Popa, A; Pudasaini, A; Rabbani, A; Rahayu, T; Romdhani, M; Salamh, P; Sarkar, A-S; Schillinger, A; Setyawati, H; Shrestha, N; Suraya, F; Tabben, M; Trabelsi, K; Urhausen, A; Valtonen, M; Weber, J; Whiteley, R; Zrane, A; Zerguini, Y; Zmijewski, P; Ben Saad, H; Pyne, DB; Taylor, L; Chamari, K (Human Kinetics, 2022-08-01)
    Purpose: To investigate differences in athletes’ knowledge, beliefs, and training practices during COVID-19 lockdowns with reference to sport classification and sex. This work extends an initial descriptive evaluation ...
  • A dated phylogeny shows Plio-Pleistocene climates spurred evolution of antibrowsing defences in the New Zealand flora

    Maurin, Kévin J. L.; Smissen, Rob D.; Lusk, Christopher H. (Wiley, 2021)
    Some plant traits may be legacies of coevolution with extinct megafauna. One example is the convergent evolution of ‘divaricate’ cage architectures in many New Zealand lineages, interpreted as a response to recently extinct ...
  • The outcome and implications of public precautionary measures in Taiwan-declining respiratory disease cases in the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Hsieh, Chih-Chia; Lin, Chih-Hao; Wang, William Yu Chung; Pauleen, David J.; Chen, Jengchung Victor (2020-07-06)
    With the rapid development of the COVID-19 pandemic, countries are trying to cope with increasing medical demands, and, at the same time, to reduce the increase of infected numbers by implementing a number of public health ...
  • AusTraits, a curated plant trait database for the Australian flora

    Falster, D; Gallagher, R; Wenk, EH; Wright, IJ; Indiarto, D; Andrew, SC; Baxter, C; Lawson, J; Allen, S; Fuchs, A; Monro, A; Kar, F; Adams, MA; Ahrens, CW; Alfonzetti, M; Angevin, T; Apgaua, DMG; Arndt, S; Atkin, OK; Atkinson, J; Auld, T; Baker, A; von Balthazar, M; Bean, A; Blackman, CJ; Bloomfeld, K; Bowman, DMJS; Bragg, J; Brodribb, TJ; Buckton, G; Burrows, G; Caldwell, E; Camac, J; Carpenter, R; Catford, J; Cawthray, GR; Cernusak, LA; Chandler, G; Chapman, AR; Cheal, D; Cheesman, AW; Chen, S-C; Choat, B; Clinton, B; Clode, PL; Coleman, H; Cornwell, WK; Cosgrove, M; Crisp, M; Cross, E; Crous, KY; Cunningham, S; Curran, T; Curtis, E; Daws, M; DeGabriel, JL; Denton, MD; Dong, N; Du, P; Duan, H; Duncan, DH; Duncan, RP; Duretto, M; Dwyer, JM; Edwards, C; Esperon-Rodriguez, M; Evans, JR; Everingham, SE; Farrell, C; Firn, J; Fonseca, CR; French, BJ; Frood, D; Funk, JL; Geange, SR; Ghannoum, O; Gleason, SM; Gosper, CR; Gray, E; Groom, PK; Grootemaat, S; Gross, C; Guerin, G; Guja, L; Hahs, AK; Harrison, MT; Hayes, PE; Henery, M; Hochuli, D; Howell, J; Huang, G; Hughes, L; Huisman, J; Ilic, J; Jagdish, A; Jin, D; Jordan, G; Jurado, E; Kanowski, J; Kasel, S; Kellermann, J; Kenny, B; Kohout, M; Kooyman, RM; Kotowska, MM; Lai, HR; Laliberte, E; Lambers, H; Lamont, BB; Lanfear, R; van Langevelde, F; Laughlin, DC; Laugier-kitchener, B-A; Laurance, S; Lehmann, CER; Leigh, A; Leishman, MR; Lenz, T; Lepschi, B; Lewis, JD; Lim, F; Liu, U; Lord, J; Lusk, Christopher H.; Macinnis-Ng, C; McPherson, H; Magallon, S; Manea, A; Lopez-Martinez, A; Mayfeld, M; McCarthy, JK; Meers, T; van der Merwe, M; Metcalfe, DJ; Milberg, P; Mokany, K; Moles, AT; Moore, BD; Moore, N; Morgan, JW; Morris, W; Muir, A; Munroe, S; Nicholson, A; Nicolle, D; Nicotra, AB; Niinemets, U; North, T; O'Reilly-Nugent, A; O'Sullivan, OS; Oberle, B; Onoda, Y; Ooi, MKJ; Osborne, CP; Paczkowska, G; Pekin, B; Pereira, CG; Pickering, C; Pickup, M; Pollock, LJ; Poot, P; Powell, JR; Power, S; Prentice, IC; Prior, L; Prober, SM; Read, J; Reynolds, V; Richards, AE; Richardson, B; Roderick, ML; Rosell, JA; Rossetto, M.; Rye, B.; Rymer, PD; Sams, M; Sanson, G; Sauquet, H; Schmidt, S; Schoenenberger, J; Schulze, E-D; Sendall, K; Sinclair, S; Smith, B; Smith, R; Soper, F; Sparrow, B; Standish, RJ; Staples, TL; Stephens, R; Szota, C; Taseski, G; Tasker, E; Thomas, F; Tissue, DT; Tjoelker, MG; Tng, DYP; de Tombeur, F; Tomlinson, K; Turner, NC; Veneklaas, EJ; Venn, S; Vesk, P; Vlasveld, C; Vorontsova, MS; Warren, CA; Warwick, N; Weerasinghe, LK; Wells, J; Westoby, M; White, M; Williams, NSG; Wills, J; Wilson, PG; Yates, C; Zanne, AE; Zemunik, G; Zieminska, K (Nature Portfolio, 2021)
    We introduce the AusTraits database - a compilation of values of plant traits for taxa in the Australian flora (hereafter AusTraits). AusTraits synthesises data on 448 traits across 28,640 taxa from field campaigns, published ...
  • "I teach them. I have no choice": experiences of primary care among transgender people in Aotearoa New Zealand.

    Tan, Kyle K.H.; Carroll, Rona; Treharne, Gareth J.; Byrne, Jack L.; Veale, Jaimie (2022)
    AIM: This study aims to report primary care experiences among transgender people in Aotearoa New Zealand based on quantitative and qualitative data from a nationwide community-based survey of transgender people. METHODS: ...
  • Dispersal patterns and population connectivity of New Zealand stream insects: integrating landscape and population genetics

    De Araujo Barbosa, Vanessa (The University of Waikato, 2022)
    Increasing anthropogenic habitat fragmentation in riverine ecosystems, in particular the loss of natural riparian vegetation, has profound consequences for dispersal and connectivity of aquatic insects. Aquatic insects ...
  • Did the post-1986 decline in the homeownership rate benefit the New Zealand labour market? A spatial-econometric exploration

    Cochrane, William; Poot, Jacques (2020)
    The proportion of New Zealand households living in owner-occupied dwellings has declined steadily since the early 1990s. The unemployment rate declined steadily as well, except for upward shifts due to the late 1990s Asian ...
  • Environmentally smart contracts for artists using NFTs

    Weijers, Dan M.; Turton, H. Joseph (2021)
    This presentation discusses the environmentally smart contracts for artists using NFTs
  • Living standards, wellbeing, and Public Policy

    Weijers, Dan M.; Mukherje, Udayan (2021)
    It has been five years since the publication of the Treasury paper that first set out its Living Standards Framework (LSF) (Treasury 2011). Since then, the LSF has become an increasingly central part of Treasury’s strategic ...
  • Ngā tohu o te taiao: Observing signs of the natural world to identify seastar over-abundance as a detriment to shellfish survival in Ōhiwa Harbour, Aotearoa New Zealand

    Paul-Burke, Kura; Ngarimu-Cameron, Rokahurihia; Paul, Waka; Burke, Joe; Cameron, Kerry; O'Brien, Tuwhakairiora; Bluett, Charlie (Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, 2022-03-28)
    Māori understandings and experiences of the natural world encompass not only what is known but how it is known, and the intergenerational connectedness of that knowledge with the environments from which it is derived. Ngā ...
  • Coaching, talent identification and talent development in Para sport: Developing the field

    Townsend, Robert; Clare, Olivia; Maw, Graeme (Routledge, 2022)
    This chapter provides an overview of the role of the coach in talent identification and development environments in para sport. While interest in para sport continues to grow, particularly in coaching, we know very little ...
  • Sediment aluminium content of Lakes Rotorua and Rotoehu: 2020 monitoring survey

    Tempero, Grant Wayne; Davies-Calway, Celeste Jade (Environmental Research Insitute, 2021)
    The application of aluminium sulphate (alum) to freshwater systems is commonly undertaken in order to restrict the availability of dissolved reactive phosphate (DRP), thereby reducing phytoplankton growth. Alum treatment ...
  • Narrativity in becoming sex/gender

    Sterling, Rogena (IntechOpen, 2022)
    Most discussions of sex and gender development are discussed as science and expressed as a linear progression from birth as one step as biology develops of which the psychosocial self is built upon. Though biology is an ...
  • Propensity for conscious control of movement is unrelated to asymptomatic hypermobility or injury-risk scores

    Hanzlíková, Ivana; Masters, Rich S.W.; Hébert-Losier, Kim (Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand, 2021)
    The Movement Specific Reinvestment Scale (MSRS) measures the propensity for conscious monitoring and control of movement, which can inhibit automated movement processes, potentially causing movement disruption or injury. ...
  • Educating researchers: New Zealand education PhDs 1948-1998

    Middleton, Sue (NZARE, Massey University, 2001)
    In some countries, educational researchers marked the new millennium by reviewing the history of "Education" as an academic discipline, mapping the research undertaken by its protagonists, and exploring their research ...
  • The modern state and economic leadership: Canada, New Zealand and Australia’s trade and investment relations with Japan 1985-1998

    Holroyd, Carin Lee (The University of Waikato, 1999)
    Governments around the world are preoccupied with the confusing, uncertain and often chaotic influences of an expanding free market economy, increased globalization, major attempts to deregulate national regulatory systems, ...
  • AI: a new (r)evolution or the new colonizer for Indigenous peoples?

    Whaanga, Hēmi (Initiative for Indigenous Futures and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR), 2020)
    We are often told that there is one constant in life and that is change; it is inevitable, inescapable. When the forces of power begin to blow and conditions are right, change will happen. As the planet undergoes a period ...
  • Islands in the sand: are all hypolithic microbial communities the same?

    Lebre, Pedro H.; Bottos, Eric; Makhalanyane, Thulani P.; Hogg, Ian D.; Cowan, Don A. (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2021)
    Hypolithic microbial communities (hypolithons) are complex assemblages of phototrophic and heterotrophic organisms associated with the ventral surfaces of translucent minerals embedded in soil surfaces. Past studies on the ...