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John Innes

Senior Researcher - Wildlife Ecology
Ecosystems & Conservation
John Innes
Location
Hamilton
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Qualifications

Massey
MSc Zoology
1977

Massey
BSc Zoology
1975

Publications

Innes J, Fitzgerald N, Binny R, Byrom A, Pech R, Watts C, Gillies C, Maitland M, Campbell-Hunt C, Burns B 2019. New Zealand ecosanctuaries: types, attributes and outcomes. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 49(3): 370-393. WOS:000470651500001.

Innes J, Fitzgerald N 2016. Potential bird-related research in the Cape-to-City Project, Hawkes Bay. Landcare Research Contract Report ; LC2618. Landcare Research. 16 p. http://capetocity.co.nz/assets/Reports/UR-Innes-and-Fitzgerald-Possible-bird-related...-2016.pdf

Byrom AE, Innes J, Binny RN 2016. A review of biodiversity outcomes from possum-focused pest control in New Zealand. Wildlife Research 43(3): 228–253.

Innes J 2013. North Island kōkako. New Zealand Birds Online. http://www.nzbirdsonline.org.nz/species/north-island-kokako.

Innes J, Molles LE, Speed H 2013. Translocations of North Island kokako, 1981-2011. Notornis 60(1): 107-114.

Innes J, Lee W, Burns B, Campbell-Hunt C, Watts C, Phipps H, Stephens T 2012. Role of predator-proof fences in New Zealand biodiversity restoration: response to Scofield et al. (2011). New Zealand Journal of Ecology 36(2): 232–238.

King CM, Innes JG, Gleeson D, Fitzgerald N, Winstanley T, O'Brien B, Bridgman L, Cox N 2011. Reinvasion by ship rats ( Rattus rattus) of forest fragments after eradication. Biological invasions 13(10): 2391-2408. CABI:20113319543.

Innes J, Kelly D, Overton JM, Gillies C 2010. Predation and other factors currently limiting New Zealand forest birds. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34(1): 86-114.

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Memberships

  • Kākāpō Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee
  • Honorary Lecturer, University of Waikato
  • Honorary Research Fellow, University of Otago
  • Chair, Maungatautari Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel, Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust
  • Predator-free Hamilton Trustee, Predator-Free Hamilton
  • Member, Takahē Recovery Group