Whales and Dolphins of Aotearoa New ZealandWhales and Dolphins of Aotearoa New Zealand



Marine mammal expert Barbara Todd uses a combination of science and culture to explore whales' incredible diversity, biology and adaption to life in the oceans.

Author: Barbara Todd

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ISBN: UCSD:31822038994133

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Marine mammal expert Barbara Todd uses a combination of science and culture to explore whales' incredible diversity, biology and adaption to life in the oceans.

The Conservation of Whales and DolphinsThe Conservation of Whales and Dolphins



Early Whaling Days Although Maori did not hunt whales , they utilized stranded
animals for food , oil and bone . ... The whalers also introduced muskets to
Aotearoa / New Zealand , and many tribes were eager to develop a relationship
which ...

Author: Mark P. Simmonds

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UVA:35007002613705

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Page: 476

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This work analyzes the complex issues that relate to the conservation of whales, dolphins and other cetaceans. It reviews the threats that cetaceans are faced with in the modern world, and critically assesses responses which have been made to these threats

TuhingaTuhinga



Records of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa ... room for
confusion over the different names that the early Māori gave to the marine
mammals they met in Aotearoa New Zealand . Whale names Introduction New
Zealand's cool and subtropical waters are the home of whales , dolphins , seals
and other marine ...

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ISBN: UCSD:31822009743634

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World Council of WhalersWorld Council of Whalers



To have a sound understanding of the current relationship between Maori and
whales , and why utilisation of stranded whales ... The Arrival of Maori in
Aotearoa and Customary Use of Whales From the moment of the arrival of Maori
in Aotearoa ( New Zealand ) stranded whales ... upokehu ( Hector ' s dolphin ,
Cephalorhynchus hectori ) . since this incident the place where the whale
stranded and 73 TE ...

Author: World Council of Whalers. General Assembly

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ISBN: UCSD:31822035165737

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Page: 86

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Whale watchingWhale watching



Unpublished Master of Science Thesis, Department of Marine Science, University
of Otago, New Zealand. Finkler, W. ... Speaking from experience: Whale and
dolphin watching boats as venues for marine conservation education. In M. Luck,
A. ... Ecotourism visitor experiences in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Challenging the
environmental values of visitors in pursuit of pro-environmental behaviour.
Journal of ...

Author: James Higham

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521195973

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Page: 387

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A critical insight into the diverse socio-cultural, political, economic and ecological contexts of the global whale-watching industry.

Traditional Stories from Southern New ZealandTraditional Stories from Southern New Zealand



There are always two creatures : twin whales , an elder and a younger whale ,
two dolphins or porpoises , or two sharks ... In Aotearoa the message about the
death of the single whale has to come in a different way : Tinirau , suspicious at
Tūtū ...

Author: Christine Tremewan

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ISBN: IND:30000095308304

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Page: 426

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New ZealandNew Zealand



In fact Whakatane is sometimes known as the birthplace of Aotearoa , for it was
here that the Polynesian navigator Toi te Huatahi first landed . The westernmost
town , Te Puke , is very much New Zealand's kiwifruit capital , and is well inland ,
but the sea is still the focus ... The remainder of Whakatane's real appeal lies off
the coast , either swimming with dolphins , or on trips to the bird sanctuary of
Whale ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105110075046

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New Zealand Books in Print 2004New Zealand Books in Print 2004



43 ) Thomas , J. ( Ed ) ; New Zealand Bed and Breakfast Book 2003 , The ( p . 92
) Thomas ... 122 ) - Whole New Ball Game , A , Confronting the Myths and
Realities of New Zealand Rugby ( p . 155 ) Thomas , W. ... Sedgewick ;
Understanding Aotearoa New Zealand , Historical Statistica Base for Social
Scientists ( p . 145 ) Thornton ... 120 ) Whales and Dolphins , Our Friends in the
Sea ( p . 153 ) Whales ...

Author: Thorpe-Bowker Staff

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ISBN: 1864520558

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Page: 302

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Directory containing updated bibliographic information on all in-print New Zealand books. 33nd edition of an annual publication. The 12,500 book entries are listed by title, and there is an index to authors. Also provided are details of 975 publishers and distributors, and local agents of overseas publishers. The book trade directory includes: contacts for trade organisations, booksellers, public libraries and specialised suppliers; NZ literary awards and past winners; and sources of financial assistance for writers and publishers.

Toi OraToi Ora



... the bones and teeth of sea mammals such as whales and dolphins , and the
teeth of large fish . Objects similar to the taonga tawhito pictured in this book have
been found in archaeological excavations in both New Zealand and some of the
 ...

Author: Arapata Hakiwai

Publisher: Te Papa Press

ISBN: UOM:39015080706628

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Page: 198

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Examines the spiritual and cultural connections in Māori material culture through objects in the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

A New Zealand Book of BeastsA New Zealand Book of Beasts



In New Zealand there were no captive cetaceans until 1965, when two common
dolphins were captured for Napier Marineland by Frank Robson. 40 Bryld and ...
49 Frank Robson, Thinking Dolphins, Talking Whales and Pictures in the Dolphin
Mind. FOUR: THE ... 161–4, and Chris Winiata, Legends of Aotearoa, pp. 70–79.

Author: Annie Potts

Publisher: Auckland University Press

ISBN: 9781869407735

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Page: 320

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A New Zealand Book of Beasts is a groundbreaking examination of the interactions between humans and 'nonhuman animals' - both real and imagined - in New Zealand's arts and literature, popular culture, historiography, media and everyday life. Structured in four parts - Animal Icons, Animal Companions, Art Animals and Controversial Animals - the Book of Beasts touches on topics as diverse as moa-hunting and the SPCA, pest-control and pet-keeping, whaling and whale-watching; on species ranging from sheep to sperm whales and from pekapeka to possums; and on the works of authors and artists as various as Samuel Butler and Witi Ihimaera, Lady Mary Anne Barker and Janet Frame, Michael Parekowhai and Don Binney, Bill Hammond and Fiona Pardington. In examining through literature, art and culture the ways New Zealanders use and abuse, shape and are shaped by, glorify and co-opt, and describe and imagine animals, the authors tell us a great deal about our society and culture: how we understand our own identities and those of others; how we regard, inhabit and make use of the natural world; and how we think about what to buy, eat, wear, watch and read. This is an engaging, original and scholarly rigorous book of cultural criticism and a thoughtful addition to New Zealand literature.

New ZealandNew Zealand



MAORI NZ : BAY OF PLENTY The Bay of Plenty ' s traditional name , Te Rohe o
Mataatua , recalls the ancestral ... The region ' s history stretches back further
than that , though , with the Polynesian settler Toi setting up what ' s claimed to be
Aotearoa ' s first settlement in about AD 800 . ... www . dol phinswim . co . nz ; 2
The Strand ; adult / child $ 100 / 75 ) and Whales & Dolphin Watch ( 07 - 308
2001 ...

Author: Carolyn Bain

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ISBN: UCSD:31822035670488

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Page: 772

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This country guide offers down to earth, accurate information for every budget. Includes detailed Getting Started and itinerary chapters, Highlights sections that showcase the country's must-see sights, easy-to-use grid-referenced maps, and chapters on history, culture, food and environment.

Environment PlanningEnvironment Planning



DOI : 10.1068 / a38424 Sexy beasts and devoted mums : narrating nature
through dolphin tourism Kathryn Besio Department ... Geography , Tourism and
Environmental Planning , University of Waikato , Private Bag 3105 , Hamilton ,
Aotearoa , New Zealand ... Drawing on poststructuralist feminist theory we
examine some of the ways in which New Zealand dolphin tour ... The activities of
whale watching and swimming with dolphins have Environment and Planning A
2008 , volume 40 ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556038760989

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Live Work in Australia and New ZealandLive Work in Australia and New Zealand



In fact , television news bulletins always cover cricket and rugby - from watching
New Zealand TV , you could be mistaken for thinking ... and relaxing sports and
outdoor activities available including scuba diving , whale watching and
swimming with dolphins in the open sea . ... MAORI CULTURE he Maori have
been in Aotearoa ( New Zealand ) for approximately 1000 years , a long time
compared to the ...

Author: Dan Boothby

Publisher: Vacation Work Publications

ISBN: 1854582836

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Page: 414

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Ideal for students going to school abroad or business people who have been transferred, this is an indispensable source of information on living Down Under. Here's all the complete details on what to expect in daily life, from transportation and how to find housing to schooling and health care.

Entrepreneurship New Perspectives in a Global AgeEntrepreneurship New Perspectives in a Global Age



Whale Watch was started by local Maori in 1987 and from very modest
beginnings is now a multi-million dollar business which has ... consistent with
their oral history which told of their ancestor, Paikea, who arrived in Aotearoa (
New Zealand) riding on the back of a whale. ... Hectors and dusky dolphins are
also plentiful.

Author: Ann Dupuis

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351750417

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Page: 246

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This title was first published in 2003. This book provides an innovative, fresh approach to entrepreneurship. It puts forward a flexible, expansive conceptualization of the continuum of entrepreneurial behaviour and integrates context, culture, social networks and entrepreneurship as an embedded activity. Motivated by a desire to bridge traditional academic boundaries the editors craft a heterodox perspective which interweaves strands from feminist and new institutional economics, sociology, management, finance, marketing and social policy. Contemporary themes of major significance highlighted include the importance of new technology, ethics, culture and identity, and entrepreneurship for indigenous, younger and older people as distinct groups.

Wildlife Tourism Environmental Learning and Ethical EncountersWildlife Tourism Environmental Learning and Ethical Encounters



... in Aotearoa/New Zealand: challenging the environmental values of visitors in
pursuit of pro-environmental behaviour. ... International World Wildlife Fund,
Whale & Dolphin Conservation Society) (1997) Report of the international
workshop ...

Author: Ismar Lima

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319555744

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Page: 439

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This book outlines the status quo of worldwide wildlife tourism and its impacts on planning, management, knowledge, awareness, behaviour and attitudes related to wildlife encounters. It sets out to fill the considerable gaps in our knowledge on wildlife tourism, applied ecology, and environmental education, providing comprehensive information on and an interdisciplinary approach to effective management in wildlife tourism. Examining the intricacies, challenges, and lessons learned in a meaningful and rewarding tourism niche, this interdisciplinary book comprehensively examines the major potentials and controversies in the wildlife tourism industry. Pursuing an insightful, provocative and hands-on approach, it primarily addresses two questions: ‘Can we reconcile the needs of the wildlife tourism industry, biodiversity conservation, ecological learning and animal ethics issues?’ and ‘What is the Future of the Wildlife Tourism Industry?’. Though primarily intended as a research text, it also offers a valuable resource for a broad readership, which includes university and training students, researchers, scholars, tourism practitioners and professionals, planners and managers, as well as the staff of government agencies.