Hauiti Resource Management (Te Runanga o Ngati Hauiti, Rata) (1999)
(MBusStud- Valuation & Management) [Poutama Scholar]
Roskruge & Taiarahia Black (Maori Studies Dept)
Project aimed at
creating a model (policies & objectives) for consultation within an iwi
structure for resource management issues. Report prepared and presented.
Establishing an Internal
Consultation Model for Natural Resource Consents by Iwi.
& Valuation of Marae - case studies (Ngati Kahungunu) (1999)
(MBS) [Poutama Scholar]
McCarthy (College of Business)
Roskruge & Taiarahia Black
Project identifying the
valuation status and issues based on three marae at Pakipaki.
Asset Management for
Marae based on Case Studies.
cooking processes for Mussels
Mateparae (MTech) [Te Ohu Kai Moana Scholar]
Bronlund (Inst. Tech & Engr)
a MTech degree majoring in Bioprocess Engineering which was partially funded by
Te Ohu kai Moana and Sealords Fisheries. The project involved looking at how to
achieve consistent cooking qualities for bulk steaming of mussels in bins.
Environmental Management & Natural Resource Management for Maori
Kingi & Dr Terry Kelly
aimed at researching whether integrated environmental management (IEM) approach
could accommodate Maori environmental values. A proposed IEM framework was
described for use by Maori authorities.
Native Taonga: the Castle Hill Buttercup (Ranunculus crithmifolius sub
||Dr Peter J
Hill buttercup is one of New Zealand's most endangered plants. Restricted to
the Castle Hill region, the population at one stage was reduced to about 20
plants. The project proposes to use molecular marker techniques and DNA
fingerprinting using ISSR to investigate the possible hybrid origin of the
endemic Castle Hill Buttercup, It is hoped that this will lead to a better
understanding of the biological processes explaining New Zealand plant
diversity, and will allow informed decisions to be made concerning conservation
of our native taonga.