Associate Professor Kevin Collier
Associate Professor (Biological Sciences)
Qualifications: BSc Waikato PhD Canterbury
- Pingram, Michael (2014). Food webs in the lower Waikato River and the role of hydrogeomorphic complexity.
- Catlin, Alicia (2015). Does reduced floodplain inundation affect larval fish food supply? Zooplankton-whitebait interactions in the lower Waikato River.
- Garrett-Walker, Jeremy (2014). The ecology of constructed ponds on the lower Waikato River floodplain: implications for waterfowl management.
- Valler, Tammy (2013). Three Hamilton urban catchments: a comparison of ecosystem condition.
- Johnston, Toni (2011). Comparison of riparian willows and riprap as habitat for fish and invertebrates in the Waikato River.
- Ginders, Melany (2011). The influence of connectivity on the functional role of a natural and re-constructed side-arm in the lower Waikato River.
Large river ecology, Restoration of urban streams, and methods for monitoring stream health.
Pingram, M. A., Collier, K. J., Özkundakci, D., & Garrett-Walker, J. (2020). Food web characteristics of fish communities across degraded lakes provide insights for management in multi-stressor environments. Aquatic Ecology, 54(1), 401-419. doi:10.1007/s10452-020-09750-4
Hare, K. M., Borrelle, S. B., Buckley, H. L., Collier, K. J., Constantine, R., Perrott, J. K., . . . Towns, D. R. (2019). Intractable: species in New Zealand that continue to decline despite conservation efforts. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. doi:10.1080/03036758.2019.1599967
Moore, T. P., Collier, K. J., & Duggan, I. C. (2019). Interactions between Unionida and non-native species: A global meta-analysis. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. doi:10.1002/aqc.3040
Pingram, M. A., Collier, K. J., Hamer, M. P., David, B. O., Catlin, A. K., & Smith, J. P. (2019). Improving region-wide ecological condition of wadeable streams: Risk analyses highlight key stressors for policy and management. Environmental Science and Policy, 92, 170-181. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2018.11.028
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