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Research Publications in 17th Annual New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference

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Following are publications found within the 17th Annual New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference

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  • Ross, P., Williams, J., Smith, S., & Hogg, I. (2014). Larval dispersal vs. early aquaculture: alternate explanations for the population structure and dynamics of toheroa. In 17th Annual New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference. Waihi Beach, New Zealand.

  • Beet, C., Hogg, I., Collins, G., & Bennett, K. (2014). Assessing the Mackay Glacier ecotone in Ross Dependency, Antarctica as a sensitive indicator of climate changes. In 17th Annual New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference. Waihi Beach, New Zealand.

  • Gilman, A., Hogg, I., Collier, K., Smith, T., Dowle, E., & Banks, J. (2014). Using next generation DNA sequencing to develop a biomonitoring tool for freshwater macroinvertebrates. In 17th Annual New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference. Waihi Beach, New Zealand.

  • Binks, N., West, A., & Hogg, I. (2014). Assessing the diversity of New Zealand’s spiders using mtDNA (COI) barcoding. In 17th Annual New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference. Waihi Beach, New Zealand.

  • Riding, M., Hogg, I., Storey, R., & Smith, B. (2014). Invertebrate dispersal among restored streams in the North Island, New Zealand. In 17th Annual New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference. Waihi Beach, New Zealand.

  • Collins, G., & Hogg, I. (2014). Air temperature and the temporal activity of Gomphiocephalus hodgsoni (Collembola) COI haplotypes in the Antarctic Dry Valleys. In 17th Annual New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference. Waihi Beach, New Zealand.

  • Doyle, E., & Hogg, I. (2014). Assessing the diversity of terrestrial invertebrates in the Thames mangrove forests. In 17th Annual New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference. Waihi Beach, New Zealand.

  • West, A., & King, C. (2014). Investigation of changes in body size and mandible shape in the Antipodes Island mouse population. In 17th Annual New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference. Waihi Beach, New Zealand.

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