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Long-term erosion-rate calculation from the Waipiata Volcanic Field (New Zealand) based on erosion remnants of scoria cones, tuff rings and maars.
(Massey University., 2001-01-01)
Erosion of scoria cones, tuff rings and maars follows a general evolution. Identification of distribution patterns of preserved pyroclastic lithofacies of scoria cones, tuff rings and maars allows an estimation of "depth" ...
The Molecular Ecology of the Extinct New Zealand Huia
(PLoS One, 2009-11-25)
The extinct Huia (Heteralocha acutirostris) of New Zealand represents the most extreme example of beak dimorphism known in birds. We used a combination of nuclear genotyping methods, molecular sexing, and morphometric ...
Towards promoting youth mental health in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Holistic "houses" of health
(Clifford Beers Foundation, 2002-05)
A study of the literature on mental health promotion suggests that to a far greater extent than ‘physical’ health concerns, mental health seems to be dominated by the illness focus of established clinical perspectives and ...
Ian Prior and epidemiology in New Zealand
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2009-04-26)
Ian Prior was born in Masterton, New Zealand, in 1923, and died in Wellington, New Zealand, in 2009. In 1959 Ian became the Director of the Medical Unit at Wellington Hospital, and in the early 1960s he established the ...
Two to tango: the partnership between charity and the welfare state in New Zealand 1940-1970
(University of Auckland, 2008)
The article examines the interdependence between the state and the voluntary social services during the period of the classic welfare state from the 1940s to the 1970s in New Zealand. It says that historiography is most ...
Democracy, the academic field and the (New Zealand) journalistic habitus
(Studies in language and capitalism, 2008)
The relationship between journalism and the academy is historically fraught. Any mention of the word ‘theory’ is only likely to exacerbate these tensions, since it perhaps signifies, most clearly, the division between ...
Study Protocol-Metabolic syndrome, vitamin D and bone status in South Asian women living in Auckland, New Zealand: A randomised, placebo-controlled, double-blind vitamin D intervention
(BioMed Central, 2008-07-31)
Background: The identification of the vitamin D receptor in the endocrine pancreas suggests a role for vitamin D in insulin secretion. There is also some limited evidence that vitamin D influences insulin resistance, and ...
Pacific Accounting Review – The First Twenty-Five Years
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013)
Purpose – In 2012, Pacific Accounting Review (PAR) completed its 25th year of existence. This paper aims to review all articles published in PAR as a report on the “stewardship” of the journal. Design/methodology/approach ...
The impact of rural policing on the private lives of New Zealand police officers
(Vathek Publishing Ltd, 2010)
This article is concerned with perceived differences between rural and urban policing in New Zealand. More specifically with how officers view the effect that rural and urban policing has on their private lives and those ...
Travelling an uncharted land.