Publications

In prep

Carter, A., S.H. Hartley, M.R. Kearney, W.P. Porter & N.J. Nelson. Incubation-microclimate surfaces indicate a lack of thermally suitable nesting sites under climate change for a reintroduced reptile population.

Stenhouse, V., A. Carter, S. Hartley, K. Hare & N. Nelson. Predicting distributional limits as a function of degree-days in the egg-laying skink, Oligosoma suteri.

Ramstad, K.M., H.R. Taylor, A. Carter & H.A. Robertson. Genetic diversity and demography of great spotted kiwi (Apteryx haastii).

Published or in review

Carter, A., S.H. Hartley, M.R. Kearney, W.P. Porter & N.J. Nelson. In review. Ordinary kriging provides accurate geospatial interpolation of a high-resolution biophysical model. Journal of Biogeography.

Carter, A. In review. [Review of Ecology in Action, by F.D. Singer (2016)]. Frontiers in Biogeography.

Carter, A., S. Barr, C. Bond, G. Paske, D. Peters & R. van Dam (2016) Controlling sympatric pest mammal populations in New Zealand with self-resetting, toxicant-free traps: a promising tool for invasive species management. Biological Invasions, doi: 10.1007/s10530-016-1115-4.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, S.H. Hartley, M.R. Kearney, W.P. Porter & N.J. Nelson (2015) Modelling the soil microclimate: does the spatial or temporal resolution of input parameters matter? Frontiers in Biogeography 7(4): 138-154. Open access

Drummond, A.J., R.D. Newcomb, T.R. Buckley, D. Xie, A. Dopheide, B.C.M. Potter, J. Heled, H.A. Ross, L. Tooman, S. Grosser, D. Park, N.J. Demetras, M.I. Stevens, J.C. Russell, S.H. Anderson, A. Carter & N.J. Nelson (2015) Evaluating a multi-gene environmental DNA approach for comprehensive biodiversity assessment. GigaScience 4:46. Open access

Culbertson, J.B., I. Valiela, E.E. Peacock, C. Reddy, A. Carter & R. VanderKruik (2007) Long-term biological effects of petroleum residues on fiddler crabs in salt marshes. Marine Pollution Bulletin, doi:10.1016/ j.marpolbul.2007.02.015. Abstract

Conference proceedings and presentations

Carter, A,  B.L. Bodensteiner, J.B. Iverson, C.L. Milne-Zelman, T.S. Mitchell, J.M. Refsnider, D.A. Warner & F.J. Janzen. Modeling the incubation microclimate to predict implications of responses to climate change for a thermally-mediated trait. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, 3-9 Jan 2017. Download poster

Salmon, R., R. Priestley, D. Mitchell & A. Carter. Science in Society spreads its wings: an online course suite and integrative MOOC approach. Distance Education Association of New Zealand Biennial Conference, 17-20 Apr 2016.

Carter, A. & D. Peters. Self-resetting traps provide sustained landscape-scale control of a rat plague in New Zealand. Proceedings of the 27th Vertebrate Pest Conference, 7-10 Mar 2016.

Salmon, R., R. Priestley, D. Mitchell & A. Carter. Exploring the role of science and society through flexible online courses. Science Communicators Association of NZ Conference, 30 Nov-1 Dec 2015.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson (2015) Modelled microclimate surfaces predict nest site suitability and hatchling sex ratios for tuatara under climate change. Nelson, N.J. & S.N. Keall (eds.) Recent developments in New Zealand herpetofauna research: Abstracts of papers presented at the 15th and 16th biennial conferences of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson (2015) Effects of behavioural and environmental variation on offspring sex ratios in New Zealand tuatara. Nelson, N.J. & S.N. Keall (eds.) Recent developments in New Zealand herpetofauna research: Abstracts of papers presented at the 15th and 16th biennial conferences of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Modelling the thermal environment of incubation informs predictions of habitat suitability for a species with temperature-dependent sex determination. ESA Centennial annual meeting, 9-14 Aug 2015.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Sheep paddocks and sex ratios: tuatara as a case study in the physiological drivers of conservation. BioLive2015 conference, 7 Jul 2015.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Modelled microclimate surfaces predict nest site suitability and hatchling sex ratios for tuatara under climate change. SRARNZ 25th biennial conference, 31 Jan-2 Feb 2015.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Modelled microclimate surfaces predict nest site suitability and hatchling sex ratios for tuatara on Hauturu. AWC annual meeting, 29-31 Oct 2014.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Remote sensing, GIS, and climate modelling inform tuatara offspring sex ratio predictions. ASH annual meeting, 29 Jan-1 Feb 2014.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Modelled thermal environment informs sex ratio predictions in New Zealand tuatara. IBS early career researchers conference, 7-10 Jan 2014.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Nesting behaviour and environment interact to inform sex ratio predictions in New Zealand tuatara. NZES & ESA 5th Joint Conference, 24-29 Nov 2013.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Modelled soil thermal environment informs tuatara offspring sex ratio predictions. AWC annual meeting, 23-25 Oct 2013.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Predicting intersections of behaviour and environment in a population with low evolutionary potential. BES INTECOL Centennial Conference, 18-23 Aug 2013.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Nesting behaviour and environment interact to inform predictions of offspring sex ratios in New Zealand tuatara. ASSAB annual meeting, 1-4 July 2013.

Carter, A., N.J. Mitchell, M.R. Kearney, S. Hartley & N.J. Nelson. Effects of behavioural and environmental variation on offspring sex ratios in New Zealand tuatara. SRARNZ 25th biennial conference, 10-13 Feb 2013.

Carter, A. Implications of behavioral plasticity for conservation of New Zealand tuatara. ICCB 25th annual meeting, 5-9 Dec 2011.

Carter, A. Effects of environment on species interactions in New Zealand reptile communities (2011) Abstracts of papers presented at the 14th biennial conference of the Society for Research on Amphibians & Reptiles in New Zealand.

Carter, A. Climate and community interactions in a model ecosystem. Allan Wilson Centre for Molecular Ecology & Evolution annual meeting, 2-4 Nov 2010.

Culbertson, J. B., I. Valiela, E.E. Peacock, C. Reddy & A. Carter. Behavioral effects on the salt marsh fiddler crab, Uca pugnax, chronically exposed to petroleum hydrocarbons. Society of Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 26th annual meeting, November 13-18 2005.

Culbertson, J. B., I. Valiela, E.E. Peacock, C. Reddy & A. Carter. Long-term effects of petroleum hydrocarbons on the salt marsh fiddler crab, Uca pugnax. American Society of Limnology & Oceanography, June 19-24.

Culbertson, J. B., I. Valiela, E.E. Peacock, C. Reddy & A. Carter. Continued effects on the salt marsh fiddler crab, Uca pugnax, following long-term petroleum hydrocarbon exposure. Estuarine Research Federation 18th biennial conference, October 16-20 2005.

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