Kerry Anne Weston
Kerry Anne Weston
Department of Conservation, New Zealand
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Toll-like receptor diversity in 10 threatened bird species: relationship with microsatellite heterozygosity
CE Grueber, GJ Knafler, TM King, AM Senior, S Grosser, B Robertson, ...
Conservation Genetics 16 (3), 595-611, 2015
Impacts of introduced mammalian predators on New Zealand’s alpine fauna
CFJ O'Donnell, KA Weston, JM Monks
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 41 (1), 1 - 22, 2017
Population structure within an alpine archipelago: strong signature of past climate change in the New Zealand rock wren (Xenicus gilviventris)
KA Weston, BC Robertson
Molecular Ecology 24 (18), 4778-4794, 2015
Capturing the cryptic: a comparison of detection methods for stoats (Mustela erminea) in alpine habitats
DHV Smith, KA Weston
Wildlife Research 44 (5), 418-426, 2017
Dependence on sunbird pollination for fruit set in three West African montane mistletoe species
KA Weston, HM Chapman, D Kelly, EV Moltchanova
Journal of Tropical Ecology, 205-213, 2012
Control of invasive predators improves breeding success of an endangered alpine passerine
KA Weston, CFJ O'Donnell, P van dam‐Bates, JM Monks
Ibis 160 (4), 892-899, 2018
Identifying populations for management: fine-scale population structure in the New Zealand alpine rock wren (Xenicus gilviventris)
KA Weston, SS Taylor, BC Robertson
Conservation Genetics 17 (3), 691-701, 2016
Translocation of rock wren Xenicus gilviventris from Murchison Mountains to Anchor Island, Dusky Sound, Fiordland
M Willans, K Weston
Department of Conservation, Te Anau, 2005
The energetics of torpor in a temperate passerine endemic to New Zealand, the Rifleman (Acanthisitta chloris)
BK McNab, KA Weston
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 188 (5), 855-862, 2018
Isolation and characterisation of 14 microsatellites for the New Zealand rock wren Xenicus gilviventris
KA Weston, BC Robertson
Conservation Genetics Resources 6 (1), 115-117, 2014
Modelling the growth and population dynamics of the exiled Stockton coal plateau landsnail, Powelliphanta augusta
AF James, R Brown, KA Weston, K Walker
New Zealand journal of zoology 40 (3), 175-185, 2013
Conservation genetics of alpine rock wren (Xenicus gilviventris)
K Weston
University of Otago, 2014
Does the New Zealand rockwren (Xenicus gilviventris) hibernate?
BK McNab, KA Weston
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (9), 2020
Mistletoe reproductive mutualisms in a West African montane forest
KA Weston
University of Canterbury. School of Biological Sciences, 2009
Who, Where, What, Wren? Using Ancient DNA to Examine the Veracity of Museum Specimen Data: A Case Study of the New Zealand Rock Wren (Xenicus gilviventris)
AJF Verry, L Scarsbrook, RP Scofield, AJD Tennyson, KA Weston, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 496, 2019
Evaluation of counting methods for monitoring populations of a cryptic alpine passerine, the rock wren (Passeriformes, Acanthisittidae, Xenicus gilviventris)
JM Monks, CFJ O’Donnell, TC Greene, KA Weston
Plos one 16 (3), e0247873, 2021
Response to ‘No evidence for hibernation in rockwrens’
BK McNab, KA Weston
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (15), jeb230524, 2020
The energetics of the New Zealand rockwren (Xenicus gilviventris): could a passerine hibernate?
BK McNab, KA Weston
Journal of Experimental Biology, 2020
Large-scale hail-induced mortality in white-fronted tern (Sterna striata) and black-billed gull (Larus bulleri) breeding colonies on the Rangitata River, New Zealand
Notornis 67, 481-484, 2020
Mistletoe Reproductive Mutualisms in a West African Montane Forest: A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Ecology …
KA Weston
University of Canterbury, 2009
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