Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Sciences
My research combines conservation genetics, ecology, and morphology to better understand the adaptive responses of native species to climate change, and how we can use this information for conservation management in the future.
Year Citation 2021 Onley, I. R., Austin, J. J., & Mitchell, K. J. (2021). Sex assignment in a non-model organism in the absence of field records using Diversity Arrays Technology (DArT) data. Conservation Genetics Resources, 6 pages.
2020 Onley, I. R., Gardner, J. L., & Symonds, M. R. E. (2020). Spatial and temporal variation in morphology in Australian whistlers and shrike-thrushes: is climate change causing larger appendages?. BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY, 130(1), 101-113.
— Onley, I., Moseby, K., & Austin, J. (n.d.). Genomic Approaches for Conservation Management in Australia under Climate Change. Life, 11(7), 653.
— Onley, I. R., Austin, J. J., Mitchell, K. J., & Moseby, K. E. (n.d.). Understanding dispersal patterns can inform future translocation strategies: A case study of the threatened greater stick‐nest rat (
). Austral Ecology.
- Nature Foundation South Australia Grand Start Grant 2019
- Biological Society of South Australia/Nature Conservation Society of South Australia Conservation Biology Grant 2019
- Field Naturalists Society of South Australia Lirabenda Endowment Fund Research Grant 2020
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