School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
I am a quantitative ecologist interested in safeguarding biodiversity from threatening processes. My research focuses on empowering conservation practitioners by giving them tools to make informed, effective management decisions. I currently work as a research fellow in the Securing Antarctica's Environmental Future (SAEF) programme, investigating approaches to prevent future biological invasions from occurring within the Antarctic region. Central themes explored in my research are biodiversity conservation, biogeography, decision making, invasive species, islands, and global change.
Date Position Institution name 2023 - ongoing Research Fellow University of Adelaide 2022 - ongoing Research Fellow Queensland University of Technology
Year Citation 2022 Carter, Z. T., Hanson, J. O., Perry, G. L. W., & Russell, J. C. (2022). Incorporating management action suitability in conservation plans. Journal of Applied Ecology, 59(10), 2581-2592.
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2021 Lumley, T., Bodey, T. W., Russell, J. C., & Carter, Z. T. (2021). The clock is ticking: Temporally prioritizing eradications on islands. Global Change Biology, 27(7), 1443-1456.
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2021 Carter, Z. T., Bodey, T. W., & Russell, J. C. (2021). Terrestrial vertebrate survey of Motukawanui. New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 48(2), 174-184.
DOI Scopus2 WoS2
2020 Carter, Z. T., Perry, G. L. W., & Russell, J. C. (2020). Determining the underlying structure of insular isolation measures. Journal of Biogeography, 47(4), 955-967.
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- Bodey, T. W., Carter, Z. T., Haubrock, P. J., Cuthbert, R. N., Welsh, M. J., Diagne, C., & Courchamp, F. (n.d.). Building a synthesis of economic costs of biological invasions in New Zealand.
- Spatz, D. R., Holmes, N. D., Will, D. J., Hein, S., Carter, Z. T., Fewster, R. M., . . . Russell, J. C. (n.d.). The global contribution of invasive vertebrate eradication as a key island restoration tool. Scientific Reports, 12(1).
Year Citation 2022 Carter, Z. T. (2022). Through space and time: novel methods to prioritise management actions for invasive species. (University of Auckland).
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