Andrew Veale

Environmental and Animal Sciences


Veale, A.J., & Russello, M.A. (2017). Genomic Changes Associated with Reproductive and Migratory Ecotypes in Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Genome Biology and Evolution (Vol. 9(10)).

King, C.M., Norbury, G., & Veale, A.J. (2017). Small mustelids in New Zealand: invasion ecology in a different world. MacDonald D.W., Newman C., Harrington L.A. Oxford, UK.

Veale, A.J., & Russello, M.A. (2017). An ancient selective sweep linked to reproductive life history evolution in sockeye salmon. Scientific Reports (Vol. 7).

Veale, A.J., Williams, L., Tsai, P., Thakur, V., & Lavery, S. (2016). The complete mitochondrial genomes of two chiton species (Sypharochiton pelliserpentis and Sypharochiton sinclairi) obtained using Illumina next generation sequencing. Mitochondrial DNA (Vol. 27).

King, C.M., Alexander, A., Chubb, T., Cursons, R., MacKay, J., McCormick, H., Murphy, E., Veale, A.J., & Zhang, H. (2016). What can the geographic distribution of mtDNA haplotypes tell us about the invasion of New Zealand by house mice Mus musculus? Biological Invasions (Vol. 18(6)).

MacInnis-Ng, C., Wyse, S., Veale, A.J., Schwendenmann, L., & Clearwater, M. (2016). Sap flow of the southern conifer, Agathis australis during wet and dry summers. Trees (Vol. 30(1)).

Veale, A.J., & Russello, M.A. (2016). Sockeye salmon repatriation leads to population re-establishment and rapid introgression with native kokanee. Evolutionary Applications (Vol. 9(10)).

Veale, A.J., Holland, O.J., McDonald, R.A., Clout, M.N., & Gleeson, D.M. (2015). An invasive non-native mammal population conserves genetic diversity lost from its native range. Molecular Ecology (Vol. 24).

Veale, A.J., McMurtrie, P., Edge, K.-A., & Clout, M.N. (2015). The effects of mice on stoats in southern beech forests. Astral Ecology (Vol. 40(1)).

Shafer, A.B.A., Wolf, J.B.W., Alvez, P.C., Bergstrom, L., Bruford, M.W., Brannstrom, I., Colling, G., Love, D., De Meester, L., Ekblom, R., Fawcett, K.D., Fior, S., Hajibabaei, M., Hill, J.A., Hoezel, R., Hoglumnd, J., Jensen, E.L., Krause, J., Kristensen, T.N., Krutzen, M., McKay, J.K., Norman, A.J., Ogden, R., Osterling, E.M., Ouborg, N.J., Piccolo, J., Popovic, D., Primmer, C.R., Reed, F.A., Roumet, M., Salmona, J., Schenekar, T., Schwartz, M.K., Segelbacher, G., Senn, H., Thaulow, J., Valtonen, M., Veale, A.J., Vergeer, P., Vijay, N., Vila, C., Weissensteiner, M., Wennerstrom, L., Wheat, C.W., & Zielinski, P. (2015). Genomics and the challenging translation into conservation practice. Trends in Ecology and Evolution (Vol. 30(2)).

Prada, D., Veale, A.J., Duckworth, J., Murphy, E., Treadgold, S., Howitt, R., Hunter, S., & Gleeson, D. (2014). Unwelcome visitors: employing forensic methodologies to inform the stoat (Mustela erminea) incursion response plan on Kapiti Island. New Zealand Journal of Zoology (Vol. 41(1)).

King, C.M., Veale, A.J., Patty, B., & Hayward, L. (2014). Swimming capabilities of stoats and the threat to inshore sanctuaries. Biological Invasions (Vol. 16(5)).

Veale, A.J., Clout, M.N., & Gleeson, D.M. (2014). Measuring connectivity of invasive stoat populations to inform conservation management. Wildlife Research (Vol. 41).

Veale, A.J., Edge, K-A., McMurtrie, P., Fewster, R.M., Clout, M.N., & Gleeson, D.M. (2013). Using genetic techniques to quantify reinvasion, survival and in-situ breeding rates during control operations. Molecular Ecology (Vol. 22).

Veale, A.J., & Lavery, S.D. (2011). Phylogeography of the snakeskin chiton Sypharochiton pelliserpentis (Mollusca: Polyplacophora) around New Zealand: are seasonal near-shore upwelling events a dynamic barrier to gene flow? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (Vol. 104(3)).