Publications

Publications (In the last 5 years)

Peer reviewed publications
  1. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. (October 2012) Identifying Cultural Flow Preferences: The Kakaunui River Case Study where Manawhenua identified their flow preferences (Journal of Water Resources)
  2. Tipa, G. (2012) “Environmental flow assessments: a participatory process enabling Maori cultural values to inform flow regime setting” in Johnston, B. Hiwasaki, L. Klaver, I. Water, A Cultural Diversity & Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures? UNESCO International hydrological Programme; Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN); UNU-IAS Traditional Knowledge Initiative; Center for Political Ecology.
  3. Tipa, G. Severne, C. (April 2010) Including Matauranga Maori in Environmental Flow Setting Decisions NIWA Client Report: HAM2010-030, NIWA Project: MFE10301, National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd.  301 Evans Bay Parade, Greta Point, Wellington, Private Bag 14901, Kilbirnie, Wellington, New Zealand.
  4. Tipa, G. (2010) “Cultural Opportunity Assessments: Introducing a Framework for Assessing the Suitability of Stream Flow from a Cultural Perspective” in Mulholland, M. Maori and the Environment.
  5. Rutherford, K. Williamson, B. (eds) Compiled by: NIWA, Tipa and Associates, Diffuse Sources Ltd, AgResearch, Nimmo-Bell & Co Ltd, and Beca Group, The Waikato river – Current Condition and a Framework for Restoration, NIWA Client Report: HAM2010-009 January 2010 NIWA Project: MFE10201.
  6. Tipa, G. (2009) “Exploring Indigenous Understandings of River Dynamics and River Flows: A Case from New Zealand” Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, Volume 3, Issue 1 March 2009, pages 95 – 120
  7. Panelli, P. Tipa G. (2009) “Beyond Foodscapes: considering Indigenous Well-being” health Place. 2009 Jun;15(2):455-65. Epub 2008 Sep 16.\
  8. Tipa, G. Nelson, K (2008) “Introducing Cultural Opportunities: A Framework for Incorporating Cultural Perspectives in Contemporary Resource Management” Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, Volume 10, Issue 4, December 2008, pages 313 – 337
  9. Tipa, G. Panelli, P. (2009) ” Beyond Someone Else’s Agenda: an Example of Indigenous / Academic Research Collaboration” New Zealand Geographer, Volume 65, Number 2, August 2009, pp. 95-106(12)
  10. Panelli, R. Allen, D. Ellison, B. Kelly, A. John, A. Tipa, G. (2008) “Beyond Bluff Oysters? Place Identity and Ethnicity in a peripheral coastal setting” Journal of Rural Studies, 24:1, pages 41 – 45
  11. Panelli, R. Tipa, G. (2007) “Placing well-being: recognizing culture-environment specificity” Ecohealth volume 4, Number  4, pages 445 – 460.
  12. Tipa, G. Welch, R. (2006) “Co-management of Natural Resources: issues of definition from an Indigenous Community Perspective” Journal of Applied Behavioural Science volume 42, Number 3.
  13. Tipa, G. 92006) Co-management – an indigenous perspective” in Fawcett-Thompson, M. Freeman, C. Living Together: Towards Inclusive Communities Otago University Press pp 155-170.
Published article – not peer reviewed
  1. Tipa, G. (2008) “Introducing Cultural Opportunity Mapping and Assessment: A Framework to incorporate cultural interests in water management” NZ RMLA publication.
Examined publication
  1. Tipa, G. (2002) Indigenous Communities and the Co-management of Natural Resources: the case of New Zealand Freshwater management (University of Otago PhD thesis) Unpublished.

Conference / Workshop Presentations (over the last 5 years)

  1. Tipa, G. Home, M. (2012) Identifying Cultural Flow Preferences,  A New Zealand Case Study – A presentation to the New Zealand freshwater Sciences Conference, Dunedin.
  2. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. Tipa, M (2012) Oranga Takiwa, A Presentation to the New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Conference, Dunedin.
  3. Tipa, G. (2012) Identifying Cultural Flow Preferences – A New Zealand Case Study,  A presentation to the New Zealand Hydrological Conference, Nelson.
  4. Tipa, G. (20120 Setting Limits – A Cultural Perspective A presentation to the New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Conference.
  5. Tipa, G. (2012) Cultural Flow Preferences Presentation to Environment Canterbury technical staff.
  6. Phillips, N. Stewart, M. Hickey, C. Olsen, G. Tipa, G. Smith, H. Emery,W. Mihinui, R (2011) Risk assessment of contaminants in traditional food sources. Presentation to Rotorua District Council.
  7. Tipa, G. (20110) Maori participation in freshwater management – contributing what they know and experience New Zealand Freshwater Conference – “Freshwater Solutions: going beyond the problem”
  8. Tipa, G. (2010) Enabling Maori to participate in freshwater management – as themselves, contributing what they know. New Zealand geographical Society Biennial Conference – 2010, Christchurch
  9. Tipa, G. Severne, C. (2010) How traditional Ecological Knowledge Can Drive the Development Environmental Report Cards Hawaiian Conference Council, Christchurch
  10. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. Home, M. Emery, W. Smith, H. Downes, S. (2010)How traditional Ecological Knowledge Can Drive the Development Environmental Report Cards, public health Conference, Rotorua
  11. Tipa, G. (2009) Practical expressions of Mataurangi Maori, presenting at a workshop run for Mighty River Power Staff, Auckland November 2009.
  12. Tipa, G. (2009) Identifying Cultural Flow Preferences when setting Environmental Flows, presenting at the New Zealand Freshwater conference, Whangarei, November 2009.
  13. Tipa, G. (2009) Introducing Cultural Opportunities, presenting at a hui titled “Strengthen Iwi Environmental Health and Public Health Infrastructure in Murihiku” run by Te Ao Marama Inc February 2009
  14. Tipa, G. (2009) Introducing Cultural Opportunities, presenting at a hui titled “Strengthen Iwi Environmental Health and Public Health Infrastructure in Murihiku” run by Te Ao Marama Inc February 2009
  15. Tipa, G. (2009) Realising opportunities locally – why communities should participate in environmental decision making A talk to the South Otago Country Women’s Institute
  16. Tipa, G. (2008) Delivering outcomes to Maori through aquatic restoration Shallow Lakes Conference, Hamilton, December 1st 2008.
  17. Tipa, G. (2008) “Introducing Cultural Opportunity mapping and Assessment: A framework to incorporate cultural interests in water management” NZ RMLA conference
  18. Tipa, G. (2008) Collaborative Community – Based Research and the Development of Resource Management Tools – A Pacific Water Case Study Hawaiian Conservation Alliance, Annual Conference
  19. Tipa, G. (2008) Resetting the agenda: introducing cultural opportunities NIWA – Ngai – Tahu workshop, Christchurch
  20. Tipa, G. (2008) Participatory approaches to restoration of aquatic ecosystems Keynote address Wai Wetland conference, Christchurch.
  21. Tipa, G. (2007) Consultation V Co-management, NZAIA conference, Auckland.
  22. Tipa, G. (2007) Negotiating values: providing cultural opportunities when developing cultural priorities CASTs conference, Calgary, Canada.
  23. Tipa, G. McCullem, R. Tipa, M. Whitau, M. (2007) Introducing the cultural Health Index for Streams CASTs Conference, Calgary, Canada.
  24. Tipa, G. (2007) Negotiating values: providing for cultural opportunities when setting river flows River Symposium, Brisbane.
  25. Tipa, G. (2007) Recognising Cultural Values in Freshwater Management: Introducing the Cultural Health Index Kaimoana and Customary Fisheries Forum, Wellington.
  26. Tipa, G. (2007) Recognising Cultural Values in Freshwater Management: Introducing the Cultural Opportunities Framework Water resource Forum,  Wellington.
  27. Tipa, G. (2007) Introducing the Cultural Opportunities Framework Selwyn river Symposium, Christchurch.
  28. Tipa, G. (2007)  Recognising Cultural Values in Freshwater Management: Ngai Tahu Water Forum, Christchurch.

Published reports  (over the last 5 years)

  1.  Tipa, G. May, K. (2012) Discussion Document Customary Fisheries: Development of a Coastal Cultural Health Assessment framework In collaboration with Maungaharuru-tangitu Incorporated & te Runanga O Moeraki. A report prepared for NIWA as part of its Customary Fisheries Research Programme.
  2. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. (2012) A Framework for a Cultural Health Assessment of Urban Streams. A report for the Urban Water Planning Research Programme.
  3. Nelson, K. Tipa, G. (2012) Cultural Indicators, Monitoring Frameworks & Assessment Tools. A report for the Wheel of Water Research Programme.
  4. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. (2012) A Cultural Perspective on Otrom’s predictors of collective action. A report for the Wheel of Water Research Programme.
  5. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. (2012) Co-governance, Co-management &Collaboration. An outcome or a strategy to aid aquatic restoration? Report for the Aquatic restoration Reasearch programme
  6. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. Downes, S. Home, M. Phillips, N. (2011) determining the contaminant health risk of Kai Moana, Kai Awa and kai Roto – the Te Arawa case. NIWA Client Report: HAM2009-151 April 2010 NIWA Project: HRC08201, National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd Gate 10, Silverdale Road, Hamilton, PO Box 11115, Hamilton, New Zealand.
  7. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. Downes, S. Home, M. Phillips, N. (2011) determining the contaminant health risk of Kai Moana, Kai Awa and kai Roto – the Arowhenua case. NIWA Client Report: HAM2009-151 April 2010 NIWA Project: HRC08201, National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd Gate 10, Silverdale Road, Hamilton, PO Box 11115, Hamilton, New Zealand.
  8. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. (2010) Ko te waitaki te Awa – the power of a silenced river. Report prepared for Te Runanga O Ngai Tahu and Meridian Energy Ltd.

Client reports

  1. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. (2012) Cultural Flow Preferences for the Orari Catchment – A report prepared for Environment Canterbury.
  2. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. (2012) Cultural Flow Preferences for the Opihi Catchment – A report prepared for Environment Canterbury.
  3. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. (2012) Cultural Flow Preferences for the Waihao Catchment – A report prepared for Environment Canterbury.
  4. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. (2012) Cultural Flow Preferences for the Selwyn Catchment – A report prepared for Environment Canterbury.
  5. Tipa, G. Nelson, K. (2012) Cultural Flow Preferences for the Ashburton Catchment – A report prepared for Environment Canterbury.

Guidelines Published

  1. Tipa, G. Teirney, L (2006) Using the Cultural Health Index: How to assess the Health of Streams and Waterways. Ministry for Environment Reference ME711