Publications

Publications from 2012 onwards (see Google Scholar for full list)

LEHRKE RM, MCGREGOR L, DYER J, STANLEY MC, DENNIS TE. 2017. An inexpensive satellite-download GPS receiver for wildlife: field trial on black swans Wildlife Research 44: 558-564 doi.org/10.1071/WR17064

GALBRAITH JA, JONES DN, BEGGS JR, PARRY, K, STANLEY MC. 2017. Urban bird feeders dominated by a few species and individuals. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 81. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2017.00081

BASSETT IE, HORNER IJ, HOUGH EG, WOLBER FM, EGETER B, STANLEY MC, KRULL CR. 2017. Ingestion of infected roots by feral pigs provides a minor vector pathway for kauri dieback disease Phytophthora agathidicida. Forestry (Lond) 2017 1-9. doi: 10.1093/forestry/cpx019

GALBRAITH JA, STANLEY MC, JONES DN, BEGGS JR. 2016 Experimental feeding regime influences urban bird disease dynamics. Journal of Avian Biology 48: 700–713. doi:10.1111/jav.01076

SHEPPARD CS, BURNS BR, STANLEY MC. 2016. Future-proofing weed management for the effects of climate change: is New Zealand underestimating the risk of increased plant invasions? New Zealand Journal of Ecology 40(3): 398-405.

KRULL CR, STANLEY MC, BURNS BR, ETHERINGTON TR, CHOQUENOT D. 2016. Reducing Wildlife Damage with Cost-Effective Management Programmes. PLoS One DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0146765

STANLEY MC, BEGGS JR, BASSETT IE, BURNS BR, DIRKS KN, JONES DJ, LINKLATER WL, MACINNIS-NG C, SIMCOCK R, SOUTER-BROWN G, TROWSDALE SA, GASTON KJ. Emerging threats in urban ecosystems: a horizon scanning exercise. Frontiers in Ecology & Environment, 2015 13(10): 553–560, doi:10.1890/150229

WYSE SV, BEGGS JR, BURNS BR, STANLEY MC Protecting trees at an individual level provides insufficient safeguard for urban forests. Landscape and Urban Planning 141:112-122, 2015

GALBRAITH, J.A., BEGGS, J.R., JONES, D.N., STANLEY, M.C. Supplementary feeding restructures urban bird communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1501489112 2015

GARDNER-GEE, R., STANLEY, M.C., BEGGS, J.R. Re-forestation restores native dominance in an island beetle fauna. Restoration Ecology, 2015 doi: 10.1111/rec.12176

GALBRAITH, J.A., BEGGS, J.R., JONES, D.N., McNAUGHTON, E.J., KRULL, C.R., STANLEY, M.C Quantification, drivers, and risks of wild bird feeding: a multifaceted approach to understanding the consequences of a popular human pastime. Biological Conservation. 180, 64-74, 2014

JOGESH, T, STANLEY, M.C., BERENBAUM, M.R Evolution of tolerance in an invasive weed after reassociation with its specialist herbivore. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27 (11), 2334-2346, 2014

JOGESH, T, WONG, J.C.H, STANLEY, M.C., BERENBAUM, M.R. Impact of reassociation with a coevolved herbivore on oviposition deterrence in a hostplant. Oecologica 176 (1), 117-127 DOI 10.1007/s00442-014-2999-2, 2014

SHEPPARD, C.S, STANLEY, M.C. Does Elevated Temperature and Doubled CO2 Increase Growth of Three Potentially Invasive Plants? Invasive Plant Science and Management 7(2):237-246, 2014

SHEPPARD, C.S, BURNS, B.R., STANLEY, M.C Predicting plant invasions under climate change: are species distribution models validated by field trials?” Global Change Biology 20(9):2800-2814 doi: 10.1111/gcb.12531, 2014

HOFFMANN BD, AUINA S, STANLEY MC Targeted research to improve invasive species management: yellow crazy ant Anoplolepis gracilipes in Samoa. PLoS ONE 9(4): e95301. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0095301, 2014.

JOGESH, T., ZANGERL, A., STANLEY, M.C., BERENBAUM, M.R. Implications of enemy escape on chemically mediated interactions with mutualists: wild parsnip pollination in two hemispheres. Journal of Pollination Ecology. 11(8), 57-67, 2014

FEA, M., STANLEY, M.C., HOLWELL, G.I. Cannibalistic siblicide in praying mantis nymphs (Miomantis caffra). Journal of Ethology, 32 (1), 43-51, 2014

FEA, M., STANLEY, M.C., HOLWELL, G.I. Fatal Attraction: Sexually cannibalistic invaders lure naïve native mantids. Biology Letters 9: 20130746, 2013

KRULL, C.R., BURNS, B.R., CHOQUENOT, D., & STANLEY, M.C. Feral pigs in a temperate rainforest ecosystem: disturbance and ecological impacts, Biological Invasions 15: 2193-2204, 2013,

KRULL, C., WAIPARA, N., BURNS, B.R., CHOQUENOT, D., GORMLEY, A.M., STANLEY, M. C. Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence: pigs as vectors of soil borne pathogens. Austral Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/j.1442-9993.2012.02444.x, 2013

WARD, D.F., STANLEY, M.C. ‘Site occupancy and detection probability of Argentine ant populations’ Journal of Applied Entomology 137:197-203, 2013

STANLEY, M.C., NATHAN, H.W., PHILLIPS, L.K. , KNIGHT, S.J., GALBRAITH, J.A., WINKS, C.J., WARD, D.F.  Invasive interactions: Can Argentine ants indirectly increase the reproductive output of a weed? Arthropod-Plant Interactions 7: 59-67, 2013

STANLEY, M.C., & WARD, D.F.  Impacts of Argentine ants on invertebrate communities: below-ground consequences? Biodiversity and Conservation, 21, 2653-2669, 2012. doi: 10.1007/s10531-012-0324-0, 2012

 

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