Mr Zachary Thomas Carter
BSc and MSc Biosystems Engineering (Michigan State University)
Zachary T. Carter is a PhD candidate at the University of Auckland, School of Biological Sciences. He received his BSc and MSc in Biosystems Engineering from Michigan State University in 2014 and 2017, respectively. Zach draws upon his diverse academic background to solve complex ecological issues and to facilitate biodiversity conservation.
Research | Current
- Carter, Z.T., Lumley, T., Bodey, T.W. & Russell, J.C. (2021), The clock is ticking: temporally prioritizing eradications on islands. Glob Change Biol. Accepted Author Manuscript. 10.1111/gcb.15502
- Carter, Z. T., Perry, G. L. W., & Russell, J. C. (2020). Determining the underlying structure of insular isolation measures. JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY, 47 (4), 955-967.10.1111/jbi.13778
- Carter, Z.T., Bodey, T.W. & Russell, J.C. (2021). Terrestrial vertebrate survey of Motukawanui. New Zealand Journal of Zoology. In press.
- Bodey, T.W., Carter, Z.T., Haubrock, P.J., Cuthbert, R.N., Welsh, M.J., Diagne, C., & Courchamp, C. (2021). Biological Invasions in New Zealand - first steps towards a comprehensive economic cost synthesis. NeoBiota. Manuscript under review.
- New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholar
- Journal of Biogeography featured early career researcher
- Collaborator: Predator Free New Zealand Trust story map
Areas of expertise
- Invasive species
- Island conservation
- Conservation decision-making