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PREP2 TMS Instructions

Cathy Stinear & Winston Byblow
This document provides step-by-step instructions for performing transcranial magnetic stimulation for acute stroke patients with a SAFE score < 5 as part of the PREP2 algorithm.

Managing existing uses in areas at high risk from natural hazards

ES Grace, B France-Hudson & M Kilvington

Ross Seal

Neil Gilbert

Tropical Cyclones and Climate Change Projections

Jack Katzfey
This paper was reviewed and accepted by the APCWE-IX Programme Committee for Presentation at the 9th Asia-Pacific Conference on Wind Engineering, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, held from 3-7 December 2017.

Botanical report : native vegetation, Wyllies Crossing

R. B. Allen

Earthquake awareness and preparedness in Hamilton - a 2016 survey

DM Johnston, JS Becker, C Orchiston, T Egbelakin, MA Thompson, B Pace & MA Coomer
The purpose of the survey was to assess the earthquake awareness and preparedness in Hamilton, as part of a wider survey including Auckland, and Oamaru and Dunedin. The survey invited residents to participate in a study seeking to develop a clearer understanding of earthquake awareness and preparedness. A total of 500 surveys were delivered to Hamilton residents, with 65 returned. Preparedness for earthquakes and other hazards is critical in the recovery of affected communities in...

Climate Change as an Emerging Threat to Emperor Penguins

Neil Gilbert

Some physical properties of New Zealand volcanic ash soils

K. S. Birrell

Discussant notes for Symposium "Dealing with Health Information: Evaluation of Scientific Evidence and Expert Sources" EARLI 2017 conference

Gavin Brown
This presentation summarises my discussant comments on a symposium presented at the EARLI 2017 conference at Tampere Finland.

Measuring volcanic crater lakes' temperature from space-borne thermal imagery

Salman Ashraf
This report aims to use the latest Landsat-8 Thermal Infra-Red Sensor (TIRS) data to determine the surface temperatures of selected crater lakes and compare the results with in-situ measurements where applicable. The TIRS is capable of capturing thermal images in two discrete spectral bands. This dual channel capability can enable the application of split-window methods for surface temperature evaluations. This report compares the implementation of a Split-Window (S-W) method with a Mono-Window (M-W) method. It...

The Introduction of Non-native Species to Antarctica

Neil Gilbert

University of Auckland Diabetic Retinopathy (UoA-DR) Database

Waleed Abdulla & Renoh Johnson Chalakkal
INTRODUCTION
The University of Auckland Retinopathy Database has been created as part of the research carried out at the University of Auckland aimed at developing an automatic screening system to screen patients affected by diabetic retinopathy. The Database has been developed in collaboration with the Al-Salama Eye Hospital and collaborators from India.
The Database includes the following:
Retinal images: approx. 200 taken by Fundus camera, mostly of individuals affected with diabetic retinopathy Resolution: 2124 x 2056 pixels Size:...

The Christchurch waterways story

Robert H. Watts

Research Data–Preserve, Share, Reuse, Publish, or Perish

Mark Gahegan
Slides for a talk given on October the 5th, 2015, as part of the COMPASS Spring Seminar Series 2015 by Prof Mark Gahegan from the Centre for eResearch
Abstract: Researchers need a variety of data services to support their work, from archives, to backups, through to data sharing and eventually data publishing. And it is very clear that our funding agencies will soon follow suit with those in the USA, EU, Australia and elsewhere and require...

Soil description handbook

Milne, J. D. G.; Clayden, B.; Singleton, P. L.; Wilson, A. D.

A compiled and extensible database for building damage from the 2010-2011 earthquake sequence in Canterbury, New Zealand

Sheng-Lin Lin, S.R. Uma, Andrew B. King & Nick A. Horspool
The 2010–2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence in Christchurch, New Zealand caused widespread building damage. In response to each significant earthquake, local and central government and some private organisations conducted safety evaluation surveys. Furthermore, an extensive network of strong motion stations yielded a large ground motion data set. This report describes the tasks undertaken by the authors in association with their partners to (i) scrutinise and organise the massive amount of collected data; and (ii) derive a...

Micropollutants in Antarctic waters

Philipp Emnet

The refinement of isotopic data layers for three catchment-scale studies in the Southland, Horizons, and Gisborne regions: activities between May 2017 and May 2018

Rob W. van der Raaij, Magali Moreau & Rogier S. Westerhoff
The National Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research established, and is leading, the 'National Hydrological Project (NHP), with GNS Science (GNS) and Landcare Research as sub-contracted partners. This report details the GNS activities in the NHP task "design and conceptualisation of catchment-wide isotopic data layers, including data-acquisition of isotope field samples, in selected case studies" and aims to refine isotopic data layers, for stable isotopes and tritium, to make them applicable for studies that estimate...

Creating time-activity diagrams to visualise compositional time use patterns of daily activities using R

Jinfeng Zhao, Kevin Chang & Melody Smith-Nee Oliver
This publication includes two sets of R code. The first code, named ‘1_set_up_n_create_time_activity_diagram_individual_n_aggregate.R’, has two parts. Part one sets up parameters and loads and processes the data. The original data should be in a format so that the end time of the previous activity episode is equals to the start time of the following activity episode. This makes sure that vertical timelines are continuous. Part two creates a time-activity diagram showing both individual and aggregated...

Creating time-activity diagrams to visualise compositional time use patterns of daily activities using R

Jinfeng Zhao, Kevin Chang & Melody Smith-Nee Oliver
This publication includes two sets of R code. The first code, named ‘1_set_up_n_create_time_activity_diagram_individual_n_aggregate.R’, has two parts. Part one sets up parameters and loads and processes the data. The original data should be in a format so that the end time of the previous activity episode is equals to the start time of the following activity episode. This makes sure that vertical timelines are continuous. Part two creates a time-activity diagram showing both individual and aggregated...

GCM simulation data - 2017

Tra Dinh
General-Circulation-Model simulations of fast atmospheric adjustment following CO2 increase

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