Research Publications for Linda N Te Aho

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  • Te Aho, L. N. (2018). Exploring the physical and spiritual significance of our waterways Episode 10: Meeting the people whose ancestry is inextricably linked to its life source. In Ipukarea, Series 1 Episode 10.

  • Te Aho, L. N. (2018). Exploring the physical and spiritual significance of our waterways. Episode 6: The impact of man-made structures on the Waikato River and Treaty claims.. In Ipukarea, Series 1 Episode 6.

  • Te Aho, L. N. (2018). Exploring the physical and spiritual significance of our waterways. In Ipukarea, Series 1 Episode 5.

  • Te Aho, L. N. (2017). Drivers of change and insight into reforms – opportunities lost?. In Maori Legal, Business and Governance Forum. Te Wharewaka Tapere, Wellington.

  • Te Aho, L. N. (2017). Te Mana o te Wai. A Māori perspective on rivers and the place of indigenous values in river management. In 2017 5th Biennial Symposium of the International Society for River Science (ISRS), IPENZ/Water NZ Rivers Group (NZRG) and the New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society (NZFSS) Conference. Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Te Aho, L. N. (2017). The false generosity of treaty settlements: innovation and contortion. In International Indigenous Rights in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 99-117). Wellington: Victoria University Press.

  • Te Aho, L. N. (2017). Exploring the physical and spiritual significance of our waterways. Episode 3: Karakia and kaitiaki relating Lake Taupō and the Waikato River. In Ipukarea, Series 1 Episode 3.

  • Te Aho, L. N. (2017). Drivers of change and insight into reforms – opportunities lost?. In Maori Legal, Business and Governance Forum. Te Wharewaka Tapere, Wellington.

  • Te Aho, L. N. (2017). Exploring the physical and spiritual significance of our waterways and meeting the people whose ancestry is inextricably linked to its life source – matauranga, kai (food).. In Ipukarea, Series 1 Episode 4.

  • Te Aho, L. N. (2017). Exploring the physical and spiritual significance of our waterways. Episode 2: Waka culture.. In Ipukarea, Series 1, Episode 2.

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