2016 Research outputs

Journal Articles




Binny, Rachelle N., Parvathi Haridas, Alex James, Richard Law, Matthew J. Simpson, and Michael J. Plank, PeerJ, Spatial structure arising from neighbour-dependent bias in collective cell movement.


Brucato, Nicolas, Pradiptajati Kusuma, Murray P. Cox, Denis Pierron, Gludhug A. Purnomo, Alexander Adelaar, Toomas Kivisild, Thierry Letellier, Herawati Sudoyo, and François-Xavier Ricaut, Molecular biology and evolution, Malagasy genetic ancestry comes from an historical Malay trading post in Southeast Borneo.


Andrea E. Byrom, John Innes, and Rachelle N. Binny, Wildlife Research, A review of biodiversity outcomes from possum-focused pest control in New Zealand.


Campbell, Matthew A., Austen RD Ganley, Toni Gabaldón, and Murray P. Cox, The American Naturalist, The Case of the Missing Ancient Fungal Polyploids.


Chen, Daniel; Anderson, Iain; Walker, Cameron; Besier, Thor, IEEE Trans Haptics, Lower Extremity Lateral Skin Stretch Perception for Haptic Feedback.


Chuan Kong Koh, Jonathan Marsh, MD, Dragana Drinković, Cameron Walker, Peter Poon, Journal Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Propionibacterium acnes in primary shoulder arthroplasty: Rates of colonization, patient risk factors and efficacy of perioperative prophylaxis.


Cox, Murray P., Georgi Hudjashov, Andre Sim, Olga Savina, Tatiana M. Karafet, Herawati Sudoyo, and J. Stephen Lansing, Molecular Biology and Evolution, Small Traditional Human Communities Sustain Genomic Diversity over Microgeographic Scales despite Linguistic Isolation.


de Jong, Jamie Victoria, Jeanette C. McLeod, and Mike Steel, SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics, Neighborhoods of Phylogenetic Trees: Exact and Asymptotic Counts.


Dorner, Zack, and Suzi Kerr, Climate Policy, Implications of global emission policy scenarios for domestic agriculture: a New Zealand case study.


Edwards, Andrew M., James PW Robinson, Michael J. Plank, Julia K. Baum, and Julia L. Blanchard, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, Testing and recommending methods for fitting size spectra to data.


Grafton, R. Quentin, and Suzi Kerr, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Comment: Future directions for Australasian environmental economics.


Greene, Carol Ann, Colin R. Green, Michelle E. Dickinson, Virginia Johnson, and Trevor Sherwin, Experimental cell research, Keratocytes are induced to produce collagen type II: A new strategy for in vivo corneal matrix regeneration.


Hanley, Nick, Les Oxley, David Greasley, Eoin McLaughlin, and Matthias Blum, Environmental and Resource Economics, Empirical testing of genuine savings as an indicator of weak sustainability: a three-country analysis of long-run trends.


Hazelton, Martin L., and Murray P. Cox, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, Bandwidth selection for kernel log-density estimation.


S.C. Hendy, Policy Quarterly, Science for Policy: the need for a Commission for Science.


Hikuroa, D, Journal of the Royal Society Te Aparangi, Mātauranga Māori – the ūkaipō of knowledge in New Zealand.


Huber, Katharina T., Simone Linz, Vincent Moulton, and Taoyang Wu, Journal of mathematical biology, Spaces of phylogenetic networks from generalized nearest-neighbor interchange operations.


Huebert, Jennifer M., and Melinda S. Allen, Quaternary Science Reviews, Six centuries of anthropogenic forest change on a Polynesian high island: Archaeological charcoal records from the Marquesas Islands.


Kolding, Jeppe, Alida Bundy, Paul AM van Zwieten, and Michael J. Plank, ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, Fisheries, the inverted food pyramid.


Law, Richard, Michael J. Plank, and Jeppe Kolding, Fish and Fisheries, Balanced exploitation and coexistence of interacting, size‐structured, fish species.


Lay-Yee, Roy, Janet Pearson, Peter Davis, Martin Randow, Ngaire Kerse, and Laurie Brown, Health & Social Care in the Community, Changing the balance of social care for older people: simulating scenarios under demographic ageing in New Zealand.


Lay-Yee R, Pearson J, Davis P, von Randow M, Kerse N, Brown L., New Zealand Medical Journal, Rebalancing health service use for older people: simulating policy-relevant scenarios under demographic ageing.


Le, Trinh, and Adam B. Jaffe, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, The impact of R&D subsidy on innovation: evidence from New Zealand firms.


Latham, A.D.M., Warburton, B., Byrom, A.E., Pech, R.P., Biological Invasions, The ecology and management of mammal invasions in forests


Macinnis-Ng, Catriona MO, Melanie JB Zeppel, Anthony R. Palmer, and Derek Eamus, Journal of Arid Environments, Seasonal variations in tree water use and physiology correlate with soil salinity and soil water content in remnant woodlands on saline soils.


Mark, Sarah, Jeanette C. McLeod, and Mike Steel, Journal of Graph Algorithms and Applications, A navigation system for tree space.


Isaac H. McIvor, Thegn N. Ladefoged, Archaeology in Oceania, A multi-scalar analysis of Maori land use on Ahuahu (Great Mercury Island), New Zealand.


Mohd, Mohd Hafz, Rua Murray, Michael J. Plank, and William Godsoe, Ecological Modelling, Efects of dispersal and stochasticity on the presence–absence of multiple species.


Alex E. Morrison, Melinda Allen, Quaternary International, Agent-based modelling, molluscan population dynamics, and archaeomalacology.


Norton, David A., Laura M. Young, Andrea E. Byrom, Bruce D. Clarkson, Phil O’B. Lyver, Matt S. McGlone, and Nick W. Waipara, Ecological Management & Restoration, How do we restore New Zealand’s biological heritage by 2050?


Pagani, Luca, Daniel John Lawson, Evelyn Jagoda, Alexander Mörseburg, Anders Eriksson, Mario Mitt, Florian Clemente, Murray P. Cox et al, Nature, Genomic analyses inform on migration events during the peopling of Eurasia.


Patil, Komal M., Michelle E. Dickinson, Thomas Tremlett, Stephen C. Moratti, and Lyall R. Hanton, Crystal Growth & Design, Synthesis of Diamondoid and Lonsdaleite Networks from the Same Ag (I)–Ligand Combination, with Lonsdaleite the Softer Network.


Rhian A. Salmon, Rebecca Priestley, Joanna Goven, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, The reflexive scientist: an approach to transforming public engagement.