This collection pulls together content included in other Research@Lincoln collections that has a mātauraka Māori focus. You may also be interested in:
- Ngā Kete e Toru - our physical collection and study space
- Living Heritage | Tikaka Tuku Iho - our non-research university and heritage collections
- Mahika Kai Journal
Broadening environmental governance ontologies to enhance ecosystem-based management in Aotearoa New Zealand (Springer Nature, 2022-09-10)Ecosystem-based management (EBM) is a holistic approach to managing marine environments that can potentially reconcile cross-sectoral conflicts, scale mismatches, and fulfil sustainability objectives. In Aotearoa New Zealand ...
(2022-09-08)This presentation looks at the background and process to create a repository collection for indigenous research outputs and other content that has a Mātauraka Māori focus.
Navigating the politics of recognition in volunteering: Perspectives of young volunteers in Aotearoa New Zealand (Taylor & Francis, 2022-08-25)This paper examines young volunteer’s perspectives of recognition in Aotearoa New Zealand. There is a politics of recognition to navigate with the rise of formalized practices of recognition that award and reward volunteer ...
Spider biodiversity in crop orchard systems (Te kanorau koiora o te pūngāwerewere i roto i ngā pūnaha hauropi huanga kai) (New Zealand Plant Protection Society, 2022-08-11)Spiders are the dominant, most abundant, and most diverse natural enemies in agroecosystems. They are generalist predators of insect pests, comprising many different functional groups. Spiders contribute economically to ...
(CSIRO Publishing, 2021-12-14)Context: In Aotearoa New Zealand, a significant threat to biodiversity, conservation efforts and Indigenous cultural identity is the unwanted introduction of invasive pests, plants and pathogens. Currently methods to control ...