Elissa Cameron

ProfessorElissa Cameron

Animal Behaviour
Julius von Haast Rm 234
Internal Phone: 95596

Qualifications

Research Interests

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.

Recent Publications

  • Chin YY., Rogers CW., Gee EK., Stafford KJ. and Cameron EZ. (2022) The pattern of breeding and management within the New Zealand Thoroughbred breeding industry 2005-2015. (II) The mare population. Animal Production Science http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AN21534.
  • Chin YY., Rogers CW., Gee EK., Stafford KJ. and Cameron EZ. (2022) The pattern of breeding and management within the New Zealand Thoroughbred breeding industry 2005-2015. 1. the stallion population. Animal Production Science http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AN21388.
  • Cameron E. (2021) Family Equidae (Chapter 11). In King CM; Forsyth DM (Ed.), The Handbook of New Zealand Mammals (3rd ed.): 371-377.CSIRO publishing.
  • Pay JM., Katzner TE., Hawkins CE., Barmuta LA., Brown WE., Wiersma JM., Koch AJ., Mooney NJ. and Cameron EZ. (2021) Endangered Australian top predator is frequently exposed to anticoagulant rodenticides. Science of the Total Environment 788 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.147673.
  • Pay JM., Katzner TE., Hawkins CE., Koch AJ., Wiersma JM., Brown WE., Mooney NJ. and Cameron EZ. (2021) High Frequency of Lead Exposure in the Population of an Endangered Australian Top Predator, the Tasmanian Wedge-Tailed Eagle (Aquila audax fleayi). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 40(1): 219-230. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/etc.4914.