Published Articles - 2012
Rosin, C. 2012. Food security and the justification of productivism in New Zealand. Journal of Rural Studies, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2012.01.015.
Meadows S 2012. Can birds be used as tools to inform resilient farming and environmental care in the development of biodiversity-friendly market accreditation systems? Perspectives of New Zealand sheep and beef farmers. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture
Campbell, H., Rosin, C., Hunt, L. and Fairweather, J. (2012). The Social Practice of Sustainable Agriculture under Audit Discipline: Initial Insights from the ARGOS Project in New Zealand. Journal of Rural Studies 28(1):129-141.
MacLeod CJ, Blackwell G, Benge J 2012a. Reduced pesticide toxicity and increased woody vegetation cover account for enhanced native bird densities on organic orchards. Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2012.02135.x
MacLeod CJ Blackwell G, Weller F, Moller H 2012b. Designing a bird monitoring scheme for New Zealand’s agricultural sectors. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 36(3): (in press).
Meadows S, Moller H, Weller F 2012. Reduction of bias when estimating bird abundance within small habitat fragments. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 36(3): (in press). Environmental monitoring and analysis.
Weller F 2012. A comparison of different approaches to monitoring bird density on New Zealand sheep and beef farms. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 36 (3): (in press). Environmental monitoring and analysis
Weller F, Blackwell G, Moller H 2012. Detection probability for estimating bird density on New Zealand sheep & beef farms. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 36(3): (in press).
Gormley AM, MacLeod CJ 2012. Accounting for detection when estimating occupancy of bird species on organic and integrated management orchards. Ibis (in review).
Peltzer DA, MacLeod CJ 2012. Weeds and native plant species are negatively associated along a management intensity gradient from kiwifruit orchards to forest habitats. Austral Ecology (in review).
MacLeod CJ, Coleman GJ, Weller F 2012c. Are the benefits of organic farming for native bird densities in orchards temporally dependent? Wildlife Research (in review). Environmental monitoring and analysis.