Miss Rachael Lillian Sagar

BSc (Hons I), MSc (Class I)

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Doctoral Candidate - Doctor of Philosophy

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

  • Sagar, R. L., Cockrem, J., Rayner, M. J., Stanley, M. C., Welch, J., & Dunphy, B. J. (2019). Regular handling reduces corticosterone stress responses to handling but not condition of semi-precocial mottled petrel (Pterodroma inexpectata) chicks. General and comparative endocrinology, 272, 1-8. 10.1016/j.ygcen.2018.11.004
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Margaret Stanley, Brendon Dunphy
  • Sagar, R. L., Mitchell, C., Rayner, M. J., Stanley, M. C., & Dunphy, B. J. (2019). Maximising success: Translocation does not negatively impact stress reactivity and development in petrel chicks. Global Ecology and Conservation, 17.10.1016/j.gecco.2018.e00508
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Margaret Stanley, Brendon Dunphy
  • Ranjard, L., Reed, B. S., Landers, T. J., Rayner, M. J., Friesen, M. R., Sagar, R. L., & Dunphy, B. J. (2017). MatlabHTK: A simple interface for bioacoustic analyses using hidden Markov models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 8 (5), 615-621. 10.1111/2041-210X.12688
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Brendon Dunphy, Todd Landers
  • Dunphy, B. J., Taylor, G. A., Landers, T. J., Sagar, R. L., Chilvers, B. L., Ranjard, L., & Rayner, M. J. (2015). Comparative seabird diving physiology: First measures of haematological parameters and oxygen stores in three New Zealand Procellariiformes. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 523, 187-198. 10.3354/meps11195
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Brendon Dunphy, Todd Landers
  • Sagar, R. L., Leseberg, A., Hunt, K., Nakagawa, K., Dunphy, B., & Rayner, M. J. (2015). Optimising translocation efforts of Mottled Petrels (Pterodroma inexpectata): growth, provisioning, meal size and the efficacy of an artificial diet for chicks. Emu, 115 (2), 137-145. 10.1071/MU14056
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Brendon Dunphy
  • Sagar, R. L. (2014). Preparing for translocation: chick development, provisioning regimes and an experimental translocation of mottled petrels, Pterodroma inexpectata The University of Auckland. ResearchSpace@Auckland.
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/22391
  • Suckling, D. M., & Sagar, R. L. (2011). Honeybees Apis mellifera can detect the scent of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Tuberculosis, 91 (4), 327-328. 10.1016/j.tube.2011.04.008
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Max Suckling