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Research Interests

  • Freshwater ecosystems of Rēkohu/Chatham Island
  • Causes and consequences of individual niche variation
  • Local adaptation and landlocking in freshwater fish
  • Eco-evolutionary dynamics in freshwater systems
  • Phylogenetic comparative methods



Fortune-Kelly, G., Ara, M. G., & Ingram, T. (2023). Diet variation of common smelt across a salinity gradient in coastal lakes on Rēkohu (Chatham Island). New Zealand Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/00288330.2023.2235292

Grimwood, R. M., Fortune-Kelly, G., Holmes, E. C., Ingram, T., & Geoghegan, J. L. (2023). Host specificity shapes fish viromes across lakes on an isolated remote island. Virology, 587, 109884. doi: 10.1016/j.virol.2023.109884

Jarvie, S., Ingram, T., Chapple, D. G., Hitchmough, R. A., Nielsen, S. V., & Monks, J. M. (2022). Variable vulnerability to climate change in New Zealand lizards. Journal of Biogeography, 49, 431-442. doi: 10.1111/jbi.14314

Kerr, N. R., & Ingram, T. (2021). Personality does not predict individual niche variation in a freshwater fish. Behavioral Ecology, 32(1), 159-167. doi: 10.1093/beheco/araa117

Ingram, T., Costa-Pereira, R., & Araújo, M. S. (2018). The dimensionality of individual niche variation. Ecology, 99(3), 536-549. doi: 10.1002/ecy.2129

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