My research focusses on mammals, including feral and invasive species, and explores the role of the individual in ecology. As such, my research spans physiological, behavioural and population ecology, with themes that are particularly relevant to management and conservation biology.
- Davies GTO., Kirkpatrick JB., Cameron EZ., Carver S. and Johnson CN. (2019) Ecosystem engineering by digging mammals: effects on soil fertility and condition in Tasmanian temperate woodland. Royal Society Open Science 6(1) 180621: 10. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.180621.
- Edwards AM., Cameron EZ., Deakin JE., Ezaz T., Pereira JC., Ferguson-Smith MA. and Robert KA. (2019) Sexual conflict in action: An antagonistic relationship between maternal and paternal sex allocation in the tammar wallaby, Notamacropus eugenii. Ecology and Evolution 9(8): 4340-4348. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4813.
- Edwards AM., Cameron EZ., Wapstra E. and McEvoy J. (2019) Maternal effects obscure condition-dependent sex allocation in changing environments. Royal Society Open Science 6(4) http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.181885.
- Hamilton DG., Jones ME., Cameron EZ., McCallum H., Storfer A., Hohenlohe PA. and Hamede RK. (2019) Rate of intersexual interactions affects injury likelihood in Tasmanian devil contact networks. BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY 30(4): 1087-1095. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arz054.
- Harris RL., Cameron E. and Nicol SC. (2019) A field study of wild echidna responses to conspecific odour. In Buesching CD (Ed.), Chemical Signals in Vertebrates: 71-80. Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-17616-7_6.