Research Publications for James P (Hemi) Whaanga

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  • Wehi, P. M., Carter, L., Harawira, T. W., Fitzgerald, G., Lloyd, K., Whaanga, H., & Macleod, C. J. (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), 1-9. doi:10.20417/nzjecol.43.35

  • Whaanga, H. (2019). Ātea. In Maori Data Futures Hui, Aurere, New Zealand.

  • Whaanga, J., & Campbell, A. (2019). The Science cultural perspectives paper. In LearnFest19: Te Puna Aurei A spring of intertwining knowledge. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Wehi, P., Whaanga, H., & Cox, M. (2018). Oral traditions show that early Māori recognised the extinction of the moa. Retrieved from

  • Keegan, T., Ruckstuhl, K., & Whaanga, H. (2018). Hangarau Ngātahi Hei Oranga mō te Motu – Vision Mātauranga and Technology. Science for Technological Innovation National Science Challenge. In Cross National Science Challenge Pre-Conference Workshop - 8th Biennial International Indigenous Research Conference (IIRC18). Auckland University, Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Wehi, P. M., Cox, M. P., Roa, T., & Whaanga, H. (2018). Correction to: Human perceptions of megafaunal extinction events revealed by linguistic analysis of indigenous oral traditions (vol 46, pg 461-470, 2018). Human Ecology, 46(4), 471. doi:10.1007/s10745-018-0012-0

  • Whaanga, H., Norton, T., MacIntosh, R., & Ruckstuhl, K. (2018). How Ngāi Tahu is using technology and R&D for cultural and commercial purposes. In Open Lecture, Otago Business School, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.

  • Langsbury, H., Langsbury, S., Norton, T., & Whaanga, H. (2018). Ngāi Tahu Tech. In Tech-Week'18, Dunedin, New Zealand.

  • Wehi, P., Whaanga, H., & Cox, M. (2018). Dead as the moa: oral traditions show that early Māori recognised extinction. Retrieved from

  • Hardy, A., & Whaanga, H. (2018). Using the stars to indigenize the public sphere: Matariki over New Zealand. In The Impact of Religion Challenges for Society, Law and Democracy. Conference held at Uppsala University, Sweden.

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