Research Completed

This section includes abstracts of completed and published research. This section encourages the submission of a wide range of research publication types from conference PowerPoint presentations to peer-reviewed journal articles and including publications in draft and in press.


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Who is catching what? A survey of recreational fishing effort and success ontaiāpure and mātaitai management areas  (2009)

Kallqvist, Emma

Marine recreational fishing is a highly developed activity and has an increasingly global following. In New Zealand, over 30 % of the population participate in recreational fishing and the annual... read more

Environmental and Social Values from Plantation Forests: A Study in New Zealand with Focus on the Hawke's Bay Region  (2008)

Rivas Palma

Plantation forests ecosystem functions provide a range of indirect benefits known as forest services. There is lack of knowledge and estimation of the value of forest services.The main aim of the... read more

Using Built Environment Characteristics to Predict Walking for Exercise  (2008)

Lovasi, G.S

Background Environments conducive to walking may help people avoid sedentary lifestyles and associated diseases. Recent studies developed walkability models combining several built environment... read more

A Workplace Initiative to Promote Physical Activity  (2011)

Flanagan, Kerren Bernadette

Advances in workplace based physical activity programmes have been observed worldwide, however, minimal research has been carried out on workplace based programmes in New Zealand. Physical activity... read more

Influences on curriculum value orientations of physical education teachers and implications for the profession.  (2003)

Gillespie, Lorna

Curriculum value orientations are considered important as they influence the manner in which teachers implement the curriculum and undertake their teaching of physical education. The purpose of this... read more

“We’re making a difference to the lives of our students”Learning Communities in Physical Education  (2010)

McBain, Suzanne Cynthia

This qualitative case study combined teacher and student interviews with observations of one physical education class to facilitate understandings of physical education learning communities... read more

Cycling Performance Following Intermittent Hypoxic Training using an Hypoxicator  (2004)

Bailey, Christopher Mark

Live high – train low altitude camps can enhance endurance power at sea level by 1-2% (Levine & Stray-Gunderson, 1997). More convenient methods to simulate altitude exposure are now... read more

The Development of a Low Profile Alpine Touring Binding  (2010)

Low, Tyrone

The design of alpine touring ski bindings has remained relatively static for the past fifteen years. During this period, the lack of innovative breakthroughs has become obvious through the number of... read more

The effect of beta-alanine supplementation on aerobic and anaerobic capacity in trained cyclists  (2011)

Lindsay, Angus

Beta-alanine supplementation has been shown to increase skeletal muscle carnosine concentration resulting in the delay of neuromuscular fatigue and an increased aerobic and anaerobic capacity. The... read more

"Cricket is in the blood" (Re)producing Indianness: Families negotiating diasporic identity through cricket in Singapore  (2006)

Lin, Yan

Diaspora invokes a way of living. Geographic displacement, either voluntary or forced, brings about heightened processes of negotiation between the past, the present and the future. Effectively... read more

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