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PUBLICATIONS

  • Martin, K., Tucker, M., Rogers, T.L. (2017). Does size matter? Examining the drivers of mammalian vocalisations. Evolution, 71(2), 249-260.

  • Lucke, K., Van Dun, B., Gardner-Berry, K., Carter, L., Martin, K., Rogers, T. L., & Tripovich, J. S. (2016). Click-Evoked Auditory Brainstem Responses in an Australian Sea Lion (Neophoca cinerea). , (2), 210.

IN THE MEDIA

2017 - ABC Lateline package on feathertail glider research at Taronga Zoo - "Scientists uncover secret language of Australia's smallest marsupials"

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Martin, K., Tucker, M., Rogers, T.L. 2017. Large terrestrial mammals have booming voices, but aquatic species squeak. A comparison of the vocalisation limits of mammals. 4th International Symposium on Acoustic Communication by Animals, Omaha, Nebraska (Oral).

  • Martin, K., Tucker, M., Rogers, T.L. 2017. Aquatic giants with tiny voices. Exploring the drivers of acoustic communication in mammals. 12th International Mammal Congress, Perth, Australia (Oral).

  • Martin, K., Tucker, M., Rogers, T.L. 2017. Big mammals with small voices. Comparison of vocalisation frequency limits shows how aquatic species diverged from expected trends. Evolution Joint Conference, Portland, Oregon (Oral).

  • Martin, K., Tucker, M., Rogers, T.L. 2017. Mammals squeaking underwater and bellowing on land? Comparing drivers of vocalisation in mammals. 54th Annual Conference of the Animal Behaior Society, Toronto, Canada (Oral).

  • Martin, K., Tucker, M., Rogers, T.L. 2016 How aquatic mammals have bucked the trend and adapted to vocalising underwater. New Zealand Marine Sciences Society and Australian Marine Sciences Association Joint Meeting, Wellington, New Zealand (Oral).

  • Martin, K., Tucker, M., Rogers, T.L. 2015. Does size really matter? Or is it about where you come from? 61st Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Mammal Society, Hobart, Australia (Oral).

  • Martin, K., Tucker, M., Rogers, T.L. 2014. Why does a dolphin whistle and a dog bark? Drivers behind the evolution of acoustic behaviour in mammals. Australian Marine Science Association 51st Annual Conference, Canberra, Australia (Oral).

PRIZES AND AWARDS

2018 - Outstanding Evolution and Ecology (Postgraduate) Researcher, UNSW 

2017 - Australian Mammal Society Student Travel Grant

2017 - Animal Behaviour Society Graduate Student Travel Award

2017 - Outstanding Evolution and Ecology Student Paper, UNSW

2016 - Postgraduate Council of University of New South Wales Outstanding Student Award

2016 - Sea World Research and Rescue Foundation Presentation Award

2016 - Evolution and Ecology Research Centre Postgraduate Grant, UNSW

2015 - Australian Mammal Society Student Travel Grant

2015 - Outstanding Evolution and Ecology Presentation, UNSW

2014-2017 - Australian Postgraduate Award Scholarship

PUBLICATIONS AND CV