PUBLICATIONS AND CV
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"
2016 - The Conversation Australia - "Why do elephants bellow but whales squeak like a mouse?"
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