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Prof Hemi Whaanga

Professor and Head of School, Te Putahi-a-Toi

Te Putahi-a-Toi

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

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Research Outputs

Journal

Hall, MM., Wehi, PM., Whaanga, H., Walker, ET., Koia, JH., & Wallace, KJ. (2021). Promoting social and environmental justice to support Indigenous partnerships in urban ecosystem restoration. Restoration Ecology. 29(1)
[Journal article]Authored by: Whaanga, J.
Calude, A., Stevenson, L., Whaanga, H., & Keegan, TT. (2020). The use of Māori words in National Science Challenge online discourse. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 50(4), 491-508
[Journal article]Authored by: Whaanga, J.
Wehi, PM., Carter, L., Harawira, TW., Fitzgerald, G., Lloyd, K., Whaanga, H., . . . Macleod, CJ. (2019). Enhancing awareness and adoption of cultural values through use of Māori bird names in science communication and environmental reporting. New Zealand Journal of Ecology. 43(3)
[Journal article]Authored by: Whaanga, J.
Kusabs, IA., Hicks, BJ., Quinn, JM., Perry, WL., & Whaanga, H. (2018). Evaluation of a traditional Māori harvesting method for sampling kōura (freshwater crayfish, Paranephrops planifrons) and toi toi (bully, Gobiomorphus spp.) populations in two New Zealand streams. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 52(4), 603-625
[Journal article]Authored by: Whaanga, J.
Whaanga, H., Wehi, P., Cox, M., Roa, T., & Kusabs, I. (2018). Māori oral traditions record and convey indigenous knowledge of marine and freshwater resources. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 52(4), 487-496
[Journal article]Authored by: Cox, M., Whaanga, J.
Wehi, PM., Cox, MP., Roa, T., & Whaanga, H. (2018). Correction to: Human Perceptions of Megafaunal Extinction Events Revealed by Linguistic Analysis of Indigenous Oral Traditions (Human Ecology, (2018), 46, 4, (461-470), 10.1007/s10745-018-0004-0). Human Ecology. 46(4), 471
[Journal article]Authored by: Cox, M., Whaanga, J.
Wehi, PM., Cox, MP., Roa, T., & Whaanga, H. (2018). Human Perceptions of Megafaunal Extinction Events Revealed by Linguistic Analysis of Indigenous Oral Traditions. Human Ecology. 46(4), 461-470
[Journal article]Authored by: Cox, M., Whaanga, J.
Whaanga, H., & Wehi, P. (2017). Rāhui and conservation? Māori voices in the nineteenth century niupepa Māori. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 47(1), 100-106
[Journal article]Authored by: Whaanga, J.
Wehi, P., Cox, M., Roa, T., & Whaanga, H. (2013). Marine resources in Māori oral tradition: He kai moana, he kai mā te hinengaro. Journal of Marine and Island Cultures. 2(2), 59-68
[Journal article]Authored by: Cox, M., Whaanga, J.
Wehi, PM., Whaanga, H., & Trewick, SA. (2012). Artefacts, biology and bias in museum collection research. Molecular Ecology. 21(13), 3103-3109
[Journal article]Authored by: Trewick, S., Whaanga, J.
Wehi, PM., Whaanga, H., & Trewick, SA. (2012). Artefacts, biology and bias in museum collection research. Molecular Ecology.
[Journal article]Authored by: Trewick, S., Whaanga, J.
Wehi, PM., Whaanga, H., & Roa, T. (2009). Missing in translation: Maori language and oral tradition in scientific analyses of traditional ecological knowledge (TEK). Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 39(4), 201-204
[Journal article]Authored by: Whaanga, J.

Book

Whaanga, J., Mato, P., & Keegan, TT. (2021). Project Ātea: Designing and developing Māori digital space. In K. Ruckstuhl, M. Kawharu, & M. Amoamo (Eds.) He Pou Hiringa. (pp. 75 - 87). : Bridget Williams Books
[Chapter]Authored by: Whaanga, J.