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Hire Dr. Katrina Hale
New Zealand
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Freelance Ecologist & scientific writer/proofreader

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Work Experience

Ornithologist

Freelance Environmental Consultant

2007 - Present

Researcher - Impact of tourism on the behaviour of New Zealand Fur Seals

New Zealand Department of Conservation

2011 - 2014

Ranger - Casual

New Zealand Department of Conservation

2008 - 2014

Technical/field assistant

University of Canterbury

July 2007 - December 2007

Researcher for collaborative study

Massey University

May 2007 - June 2007

Research Assistant

University of Canterbury

November 2001 - January 2002

Laboratory Technician

RJ Hill Laboratories Ltd

June 1994 - November 1999

Education

Certificate in Environmental Management

Southern Institute of Technology

2008 - 2008

PhD in Zoology (Zoology)

University of Canterbury

2002 - 2006

BSc Biology (Zoology)

University of Canterbury

2000 - 2002

New Zealand Certificate in Science

Waikato Institute of Technology

1996 - 1999

Certifications
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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
MR Alley, KA Hale, W Cash, HJ Ha, L Howe(2010). Concurrent avian malaria and avipox virus infection in translocated South Island saddlebacks ( Philesturnus carunculatus carunculatus ) . New Zealand Veterinary Journal. 58. (4). p. 218--223. Informa {UK} Limited
Hale, K.A., Briskie, J.V.(2007). Decreased immunocompetence in a severely bottlenecked population of an endemic New Zealand bird . Animal Conservation. 10. (1). p. 2-10.
Hale, K., Briskie, J.V.(2007). Response of introduced European birds in New Zealand to experimental brood parasitism . Journal of Avian Biology. 38. (2). p. 198-204.