Publications

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

NOTTINGHAM CM, GLEN, AS, STANLEY MC. (2019). Proactive development of invasive species damage functions prior to species reintroduction. Global Ecology & Conservation https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00534 

SAGAR RL, RAYNER MJ, DUNPHY BJ, STANLEY MC, MITCHELL C. (2019). Maximising success: translocation does not negatively impact stress reactivity and development in petrel chicks. Global Ecology & Conservation doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2018.e00508

SAGAR RL, COCKREM J, RAYNER MJ, STANLEY MC, WELCH J. 2018. Regular handling reduces corticosterone stress responses to handling but not condition of semi-precocial mottled petrel (Pterodroma inexpectata) chicks General and Comparative Endocrinology doi.org/10.1016/j.ygcen.2018.11.004

KRULL CR, MCMILLAN LF, FEWSTER RM, VAN DER REE R, PECH R, DENNIS T,  STANLEY MC. 2018. Testing the feasibility of wireless sensor networks and the use of radio signal strength indicator to track the movements of wild animals. Wildlife Research. 45, 659-667 doi.org/10.1071/WR18013

RUSSELL, J. C.; STANLEY, M. C. (in press) An overview of introduced predator management in inhabited landscapesPacific Conservation Biology https://doi.org/10.1071/PC18013

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

 

Skip to toolbar