Dr Amy Whitehead
Dr Amy Whitehead
MSc (Forest Resources)
BSc Honours (Ecology & Zoology)
Kilroy, C, AL Whitehead, SA Wood, MJ Vandergoes, P Lambert & PM Novis (2021) Assessing the potential distribution of an invasive freshwater diatom: the case of Lindavia intermedia in New Zealand lakes. Aquatic Invasions, In press.
Bataille, CY, K Luke, T. Kruger, S. Malinen, RB Allen, AL Whitehead & PO’B Lyver. (2020). Stakeholder values inform indigenous peoples’ governance and management of a former national park in New Zealand. Human Ecology 48: 439-453.
Hallam, CD, BA Wintle, H Kujala, E Nicholson & AL Whitehead (2020). Measuring impacts on species with models and metrics of varying ecological and computational complexity. Conservation Biology 34: 1512-1524.
Snelder, T.H., Whitehead, A.L., Fraser, C., Larned, S.T., Schallenberg, M. (2020) Nitrogen loads to New Zealand aquatic receiving environments: comparison with regulatory criteria. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 54: 527–550.
Crow, S.K., Tipa, G.T., Nelson, K.D., Whitehead, A.L. (2020) Incorporating Māori values into land management decision tools. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 54: 431–448.
Gadd, J., Snelder, T., Fraser, C., Whitehead, A.L. (2020) Current state of water quality indicators in urban streams in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 54: 354–371.
Plew, D.R., Zeldis, J.R., Dudley, B.D., Whitehead, A.L., Stevens, L.M., Robertson, B.M., Robertson, B.P. (2020) Assessing the Eutrophic Susceptibility of New Zealand Estuaries. Estuaries and Coasts. doi:10.1007/s12237-020-00729-w
Elliott, A.H., T.H. Snelder, R.W. Muirhead, R.M. Monaghan, A.L. Whitehead, S.A. Bermeo-Alvear & C.J. Howarth (2020) A heuristic method for determining changes of source loads to comply with water quality limits in catchments. Environmental Management 65: 272–285.
Wintle, B.A., H. Kujala, A.L. Whitehead, A. Cameron, S. Veloz, A. Kukkala, A. Moilanen, A. Gordon, P.E. Lentini, N.C.R. Cadenhead & S.A. Bekessy (2018). Global synthesis of conservation studies reveals the importance of small habitat patches for biodiversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116: 909-914. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1813051115
Whitehead, A.L. & D.J. Booker (2018). Communicating biophysical conditions across New Zealand’s rivers using an interactive webtool. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 53: 278-287. https://doi.org/10.1080/00288330.2018.1532914
Booker, D.J. & A.L. Whitehead. (2018). Inside or outside: quantifying extrapolation across river networks. Water Resources Research 54: 6983-7003. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018WR023378
Whitehead, A.L., H. Kujala & B.A. Wintle. (2017). Dealing with cumulative biodiversity impacts in strategic environmental assessment: A new frontier for conservation planning. Conservation Letters 10: 195–204. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12260
Whitehead, A.L., H. Kujala, C.D. Ives, A. Gordon, P.E. Lentini, B.A. Wintle, E. Nicholson & C.M. Raymond. (2014). Integrating biological and social values when prioritizing places for biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology 28:992–1003. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.12257