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Senior Lecturer, Academic Leader
Environmental and Animal Sciences
BSc., MSc (Hons) Auck., Dip. Tchg.
Royal Society of NZ
Auckland Zoological Society
Supporters of Tiritiri Matangi
Graham gained his Masters degree in zoology from the University of Auckland and after many years in science and biology education joined Unitec in 2003.
In 1996 he was funded to study environmental education programmes in South Africa and the United Kingdom and was awarded a Wolf Fisher Scholarship for services to education in 2002. Graham was also the recipient of a Royal Society of New Zealand Science and Mathematics Teacher Fellowship.
He has had a life-long interest in natural history and was a foundation member of the Supporters of Tiritiri Matagi restoration project. He is is currently involved in research as part of the Motu Kaikoura restoration project.
Galbraith, M., Rayner, M., Bury, S., Jones, G., & Fraser, D. (2018). The black-backed gull in northern New Zealand: evidence of changing diet from stable isotope analysis of bone and feathers. Birds New Zealand Conference, Waitangi, New Zealand.
Cameron, K. E., Adams, N. J., Wassenaar, R. J., Bistricer, A., Brown, K. J., Halliday, A. D., Lodge-Osborn, K. R., Robson, E. A., Jones, G., Salinsky, J. R., & Fraser, D. L. (2016). The effectiveness of a commercially available bird repellent on house sparrows (Passer domesticus). Annual Science Week Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists, Gold Coast, Australia.
Jones, G., Fraser, D., Lallu, U., & Fenwick, S. J. (2016). Perceptions and Impacts: An Observational Pilot Study of the Effects of Argentine Ants on Honey Bees in New Zealand. Unitec ePress Perspectives in Biosecurity Research Series (Vol. vol 1).
Galbraith, M. P., Krzyzosiak, J., Aguilar, G., & Jones, G. (2015). Changes in the breeding status of the southern black-backed gull (Larus domincanus) on Rangitoto Island (Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand) since the 1920s. Australasian Ornithological Conference, Flinders University, Adelaide.
Galbraith, M., Krzyżosiak, J., Aguilar, G., Jones, G., & Oliver, R. (2015). Changes in the breeding status of the southern black-backed gull (Larus domincanus) colonies on Rangitoto Island (Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand). Notornis (Vol. vol 62).
Galbraith, M., Krzyzosiak, J., Aguillar, G., & Jones, G. (2014). Changes in the breeding status of the southern black-backed gull (Larus Dominicanus)on Rangitoto Island, Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand since 1920. New Zealand Ecological Society Conference, Palmerston North.
Jones, G., Fenwick, S., Lalu, U., Visser, P., Aguillar, G., Galbraith, M., and Fraser, D. (2014). Potential Impact of Argentine Ant (Linepithema humile) on Beehive Productivity. THE NEW ZEALAND BIOSECURITY INSTITUTE NATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SEMINAR, New Plymoiuth.
Beyersbergen, A., Cook, J., Waipara, N., Fraser, D., Adams, N., and Jones, G. (2014). Public Awareness of Biosecurity on The Hauraki Gulf Islands. THE NEW ZEALAND BIOSECURITY INSTITUTE NATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SEMINAR, New Plymouth.
Galbraith, M. P., and Jones, G. (2013). Aspects of the quantitative surveys of birds on Motu Kaikoura, Hauraki Gulf over the past 6 years. . Restoration in the Hauraki Gulf Workshop. University of Auckland, 18 Feb 2013.
Blake, J., Jones, G., and Aguilar, G. (2011). Modelling the invasive risk potential posed by the Northern Pacific sea star (Asterias amurensis) in New Zealand. NETS, NZ Biosecurity Institute Conference 2011.
Galbraith, M., Jones, G., & Agnew, W. (2002). CD tracking tunnels for environmnental education projects in schools. Presented to the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education conference, 17-19 January, Hamilton.