Research Publications for Carolyn M (Carolyn (Kim)) King
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King, C. M. (2017). Contemporary observations of predation on the buff weka (Gallirallus australis hectori) by ferrets in the South Island during the nineteenth century. Notornis, 64(1), 52-55. Retrieved from http://notornis.osnz.org.nz/node/4376
Cooper, A., Kelly, C. L., King, C. M., Miller, S. D., & Patty, B. (2017). Do rats mind getting their feet dirty? Observing the behaviour of ship rats (Rattus rattus) towards footprint tracking tunnels. New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 1-12. doi:10.1080/03014223.2017.1361455
King, C. (2017). The chronology of a sad historical misjudgement: The introductions of rabbits and ferrets in nineteenth-century New Zealand. International Review of Environmental History, 3(1), 139-173. doi:10.22459/IREH.03.01.2017.09
King, C. M., Norbury, G., & Veale, A. J. (2017). Small mustelids in New Zealand: invasion ecology in a different world. In D. W. Macdonald, C. Newman, & L. A. Harrington (Eds.), Biology and Conservation of Musteloids (pp. 257-277). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oso/9780198759805.003.0001
King, C. M. (2017). Pandora’s box down-under: origins and numbers of mustelids transported to New Zealand for biological control of rabbits. Biological Invasions, 13 pages. doi:10.1007/s10530-017-1392-6
King, C. M. (2017). Ambitious proposals have a long history: which ones worked and why?. In Crazy & Ambitious: Not Your Usual National Meeting. Conference held at Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand.
King, C. M. (2016). A brief review of device-shyness and its effects on pest management. In New lure, deterrent and bait technologies - Science to development, formulation and market. Conference held at The Majestic Centre, Wellington, New Zealand: Centre for Biodiversity and Restoration Ecology.
King, C. M. (2016). How genetics, history and geography limit potential explanations of invasions by house mice Mus musculus in New Zealand. Biological Invasions, 18 pages. doi:10.1007/s10530-016-1099-0
King, C., Alexander, A., Chubb, T., Cursons, R., MacKay, J., McCormick, H., . . . Zhang, H. (2016). What can the geographic distribution of mtDNA haplotypes tell us about the invasion of New Zealand by house mice Mus musculus?. Biological Invasions, 18(6), 1551-1565. doi:10.1007/s10530-016-1100-y
King, C. M. (2016). Rabbit mathematics: Subtraction versus multiplication, and the lessons of history. In The Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia (SERA) & the New Zealand Ecological Society (NZES) Joint Conference. Conference held at Claudelands Events Centre, Hamilton, New Zealand.