Students

If you are interested in studying with us, then please contact one of us for further information.

Current students

PhD:

Alice Baranyovits Kereru as seed dispersers

Ben Cranston Drought impacts on kauri forest

 

Julia Kaplick Water use of kauri forest

Carolina Lara Seed dispersal by birds among urban forest fragments

Caroline Lees Future directions for planning the integrated management of threatened wildlife.

Jian-Feng Liu Biocontrol of invasive tomato potato psyllid Bactericera cockerelli: effects of predatory mites, entomopathogenic fungi, diets and ants

Julien Maries Behavioural manipulation of wasps using odourants

Ellery McNaughton The effects of artificial light on tui foraging behaviour and ecosystem services

Anna Probert Assessing biosecurity risks to ecosystems: ants as model organisms

Jamie Stavert Biodiversity and ecosystem function: the importance of trait diversity

Lloyd Stringer How do population management tools interact with Allee thresholds?

Hester Williams Allee effects and the population dynamics of small populations

 

MSc:

Kshama Awasthi Detecting drought in NZ forests using remote sensing

Cathy Nottingham The impact of hedgehogs in urban forest fragments

Melissa Kirk Establishment and dispersal of Hadda beetles

 

Past Students

 

PhD

Megan Friesen Olfaction and conservation of seabirds

Patrick Garvey Interactions between mustelid species

MSc:

Theo Van Noort Vespula foraging: Implications for pollination and monitoring

Anna Kokeny Nesting ecology and habitat requirements of New Zealand ground-nesting solitary bees

Stephen Wallace An assessment of the ecological restoration on Motuora Island

Delayn Fritz Pathways and stages for invasive ants

Keely Paler Climate change and alpine beetles

Zane McGrath Ecological risks of exotic parasitoids

Tom Saunders Sampling effort and the diversity of parasitoid wasps

Liam Kendall Habitat determinants of the diversity of parasitoid wasps

Emma Edney-Browne Spatial and temporal patterns of the establishment of exotic insects

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