Publications

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2014
Huambachano, M. (2014).  Business and Sustainability: The Camisea Project in the Peruvian Amazon Basin. Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability: Emerging Trends in Developing Economies Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability. 8, 215-240.
Carpenter, L. W. (2014).  A Conspiracy to Silence: Reports of Otago gold prior to 1861. Journal of Australasian Mining History . 12(1), 44.
Russell, P., & Vennell R. (2014).  Distribution of vertical velocity inferred from secondary flow in a curved tidal channel.. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans. 119(9), 6010-6023.
Burke, R. (2014).  “Friendly relations between the two races were soon established”? : Pākehā interactions with Māori in the planned settlements of Wellington, Nelson and New Plymouth, 1840-1860. Te Kawa a Maui- Maori Studies. PhD,
Garner, G. Owen (2014).  Housing Affordability: Are Financial Barriers Caused By Holding Costs Significant For Greenfield Residential Development In New Zealand? (Invited paper). 20th Annual Pacific-Rim Real Estate Society Conference.
Brockbank, T., Henwood W., Gregory W., Moewaka-Barnes H., & McCreanor T. (2014).  Ko Tāngonge Te Wai: Challenges Of Restoration And Management Of A Flood Plain Lake. New Zealand Stormwater Conference.
Simpson, J., & Garner G. Owen (2014).  Longitudinal Study Of The Significance Of Trusts And Companies Listed On The New Zealand Stock Exchange Under The Property Sector.. 20th Annual Pacific-Rim Real Estate Society Conference.
Kool, B., Smith E., & Ameratunga S. (2014).  Perceptions of adult trauma patients on the acceptability of text messaging as an aid to reduce harmful drinking behaviours. (Raerino, K., Ed.).BMC Research Notes. 7(4), 
Waretini-Karena, R. (2014).  PhD Thesis: Transforming Maori experiences of Historical intergenerational Trauma. Transforming Maori experiences of Historical intergenerational Trauma.
Russell, P., Hepburn C. D., & Rayment W. J. (2014).  Stratified survey of the Paterson Inlet customary scallop (Pecten novaezelandiae) fishery, 2013: New Zealand Fisheries Assessment Report. (Twist, B. A., & Kearney E. J. F., Ed.).2014/16, 40p.
Robb, M. (2014).  When Two Worlds Collide: Mātauranga Māori, Science and Health of the Torepau Wetland. Science and Engineering. MSc,
2013
Carpenter, L. W. (2013).  The Clutha’s First Dam: The Nil Desperandum Project at Quartz Reef Point 1864-66. The International Journal for the History of Engineering and Technology. 83(2), 273.
Carpenter, L. W. (2013).  Finding Te Wherro in Otakou: Māori and the Early Days of the Otago Gold Rush. MAI Journal: A New Zealand Journal of Indigenous Scholarship. 2(2), 120.
Macmillan, A., & Jones R. G. (2013).  Indigenous Maori perspectives on urban transport patterns linked to health and wellbeing. Health & Place. 23,
Hall, A. (2013).  Ko Rangitoto, Ko Waitematā: Cultural Landmarks for the Integration of a Māori Indigenous Psychotherapy in Aotearoa. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 17(2), 
Carpenter, L. W. (2013).  Lighting a gen'rous, manly flame: The Nostalgia for “dear old Bendigo”. Journal of Australian Studies. 37(1), 95.