Curriculum Vitae: DARRYL I. MACKENZIE
B.Sc. (Statistics), University of Otago, New Zealand, 1995D.Ap.Stat., University of Otago, New Zealand, 1998Ph.D. (Statistics), University of Otago, New Zealand, 2002
PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUNDSince 1997 I have been applying statistical techniques to address questions of interest for a wide range of animal species including seabirds, grizzly bears, sea lions, frogs, salamanders, owls, ducks and giant weta. I have acted as a statistical consultant to a number of national and international institutions including the Department of Conservation, Ministry of Fisheries and the U.S. Geological Survey.
Biometrician, Proteus Wildlife Research Consultants, Dunedin, New Zealand
Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Zoology, University of Otago, New Zealand
Guest Lecturer (STAT 251; Design of Research Studies), Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Otago, New Zealand
Research Associate, Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University, attached to Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, Maryland
Junior Research Fellow, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Otago, New Zealand
Junior Research Fellow, Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners Research Unit, Department of General Practice, University of Otago, New Zealand
Books: (1)MacKenzie, D.I., J.D. Nichols, J.A. Royle, K.H. Pollock, J.E. Hines and L.L. Bailey.
2006. Occupancy estimation and modeling: inferring patterns and dynamics of species occurrence. Elsevier, San Diego, USA.
MacKenzie, D.I. (in press). Study design and analysis options for demographic and
species occurrence dynamics. In R.A. Gitzen, A.B. Cooper, J.J. Millspaugh and D.S. Licht (eds), Design and analysis for long-term ecological monitoring studies. Pages. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.
MacKenzie, D.I., J.A. Royle, J.A. Brown, and J.D. Nichols. 2004. Occupancy
estimation and modeling for rare and elusive populations. Pages 149-172 in W.L. Thompson (ed), Sampling Rare or Elusive Species. Island Press, Washington, D.C. Peer Reviewed Journal Articles: (41)
Hegg, D., G. Greaves, J.M. Maxwell, D.I. MacKenzie and I.G. Jamieson. 2012.
Demography of takahe (Porphyrio hochstetteri) in Fiordland: environmental factors and management affect survival and breeding success. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 36: 75-89
Forsyth, D.M., C. Thomson, L.J. Hartley, D.I. MacKenzie, R. Price, E.F. Wright,
J.A.J. Mortimer, G. Nugent, L. Wilson and P. Livingstone. 2011. Long-term changes in the relative abundances of introduced deer in New Zealand estimated from faecal pellet frequencies. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 38: 237-249
Martin, J., J.A. Royle, D.I. Mackenzie, H.H. Edwards, M. Kéry and B. Gardner. 2011.
Accounting for non-independent detection when estimating abundance of organisms with a Bayesian approach. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2: 595-601
Karanth, K.U., A.M. Gopalaswamy, N.S. Kumar, S. Vaidyanathan, J.D. Nichols and
D.I. MacKenzie. 2011. Monitoring carnivore populations at the landscape scale: occupancy modelling of tigers from sign surveys. Journal of Applied Ecology, 48: 1048–1056
MacKenzie, D.I., L.L. Bailey, J.E. Hines and J.D. Nichols. 2011. An integrated model
of habitat and species occurrence dynamics. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. (in press)
MacKenzie, D.I., M.E. Seamans, R.J. Gutiérrez and J.D. Nichols. 2011. Investigating
the population dynamics of California spotted owls without marked individuals. Journal of Ornithology. (in press)
Seddon, P.J., C.M. Roughton, J. Reardon and D.I. MacKenzie. 2011. Dynamics of an
endangered New Zealand skink: accounting for incomplete detectability in estimating patch occupancy. New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 35: 247-253
Chilvers, B.L., I.S. Wilkinson and D.I. MacKenzie. 2010. Predicting life-history traits
for female New Zealand sea lions, Phocarctos hookeri: integrating short-term mark-recapture data and population modelling. Journal of Agricutural, Biological and Environmental Statistics, 15:259-278.
Chilvers, B.L., and D.I. MacKenzie. 2010. Age- and sex-specific survival estimates
incorporating tag loss for New Zealand sea lions, Phocarctos hookeri. Journal of Mammalogy, 91: 758-767.
Collier, B.A., M.L. Morrison, S.L. Farrell, A.J. Campomizzi, J.A. Butcher, K.B.
Hays, D.I. Mackenzie, and R. N. Wilkins. 2010. Monitoring Golden-Cheeked Warblers on Private Lands in Texas. Journal of Wildlife Management 74: 140-147.
Forsyth, D.M., R.B. Allen, A.E. Marburg, D.I. MacKenzie and M.J.W. Douglas.
2010. Population dynamics and resource use of red deer after release from harvesting in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34: 277-287.
Hines, J.E., J.D. Nichols, J.A. Royle, D.I. MacKenzie, A.M. Gopalaswamy, N. Samba
Kumar, and K.U. Karanth. 2010. Tigers on trails: occupancy modeling for cluster sampling. Ecological Applications 20: 1456-1466.
Martin, J., S. Chamaillé-Jammes, J.D. Nichols, H. Fritz, J.E. Hines, C.J. Fonnesbeck,
D.I. MacKenzie, and L.L. Bailey. 2010. Simultaneous modeling of habitat suitability, occupancy, and relative abundance: African elephants in Zimbabwe. Ecological Applications 20: 1173-1182.
McClintock, B.T., J.D. Nichols, L.L. Bailey, D.I. MacKenzie, W.L. Kendall, A.B.
Franklin. 2010. Seeking a second opinion: uncertainty in disease ecology. Ecology Letters 13: 659-674
MacKenzie, D.I. 2009. Getting the biggest bang for our conservation buck. Trends in
MacKenzie, D.I., J.D. Nichols, M.E. Seamans and R.J. Gutierrez. 2009. Modeling
species occurrence dynamics with multiple states and imperfect detection. Ecology 90: 823-835.
Waugh, S., D.I. MacKenzie and D. Fletcher. 2008. Seabird bycatch in New Zealand
trawl and longline fisheries, 1998-2004. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 142: 45-66
Nichols, J.D., J.E. Hines, D.I. MacKenzie, M.E. Seamans and R.J. Gutierrez. 2007.
Occupancy estimation and modeling with multiple states and state uncertainty. Ecology 88: 1395-1400.
Bailey, L.L., J.E. Hines, J.D. Nichols and D.I. MacKenzie. 2007. Sampling design
trade-offs in occupancy studies with imperfect detection: Examples and software. Ecological Applications 17: 281-290.
King, C.M., R.M. McDonald, R.D. Martin, D.I. MacKenzie, G.W. Tempero and S.J.
Holmes. 2007. Continuous monitoring of predator control operations at landscape scale. Ecological Management and Restoration 8: 133-139.
Schofield, M.R., R.J. Barker and D.I. MacKenzie. 2007. Flexible hierarchical mark-
recapture modeling for open populations using WinBUGS. Environmental and Ecological Statistics 16: 369-387.
MacKenzie, D.I. 2006. Modeling the probability of resource use: the effect of, and
dealing with, detecting a species imperfectly. Journal of Wildlife Management 70: 367-374.
MacKenzie, D.I., and J.A. Royle. 2005. Designing occupancy studies: general advice
and tips on allocation of survey effort. Journal of Applied Ecology 42: 1105-1114
MacKenzie, D.I. 2005. What are the issues with ‘presence/absence’ data for wildlife
managers? Journal of Wildlife Management 69: 849-860.
MacKenzie, D.I., J.D. Nichols, N. Sutton, K. Kawanishi and L.L. Bailey. 2005.
Improving inferences in population studies of rare species that are detected imperfectly. Ecology 86: 1101-1113.
Fletcher, D., D. MacKenzie and E. Villouta. 2005. Modelling skewed data with many
zeros: a simple approach combining ordinary and logistic regression. Environmental and Ecological Statistics 12: 45-54.
MacKenzie, D.I. 2005. Was it there? Dealing with imperfect detection for species
presence/absence data. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics 47: 65-74.
MacKenzie, D.I., and J.D. Nichols. 2004. Occupancy as a surrogate for abundance
estimation. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 27: 461-467.
MacKenzie, D.I., and L.L. Bailey. 2004. Assessing the fit of site occupancy models.
Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Ecological Statistics 9: 300-318.
MacKenzie, D.I., L.L. Bailey and J.D. Nichols. 2004. Investigating species co-
occurrence patterns when species are detected imperfectly. Journal of Animal Ecology 73: 546-555.
MacKenzie, D.I., J.D. Nichols, J.E. Hines, M.G. Knutson and A.D. Franklin. 2003.
Estimating site occupancy, colonization and local extinction when a species is detected imperfectly. Ecology 84: 2200-2207.
Manly, B.F.J., and D.I. MacKenzie. 2003. CUSUM environmental monitoring in
time and space. Environmental and Ecological Statistics 10: 231-247.
Jennelle, C.S., M.C. Runge and D.I. MacKenzie. 2002. The use of photographic
rates to estimate densities of tigers and other cryptic animals: A comment on misleading conclusions. Animal Conservation 5: 119-120
MacKenzie, D.I., and W.L. Kendall. 2002. How should detection probability be
incorporated into estimates of relative abundance. Ecology 83: 2387-2393.
MacKenzie, D.I., J.D. Nichols, G.B. Lachman, S. Droege, J.A. Royle and C.A.
Langtimm. 2002. Estimating site occupancy rates when detection probabilities are less than one. Ecology 83: 2248-2255.
Boyce, M. S., D. I. MacKenzie, B. F. J. Manly, M. A. Haroldson, D. Moody. 2001.
Negative binomial models for abundance estimation of multiple closed populations. Journal of Wildlife Management 65: 498-509.
MacKenzie, D.I. and B.F.J. Manly. 2001. Randomization tests for time effects and
heterogeneity in capture probabilities for closed populations, Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Ecological Statistics 6: 292-301.
Manly, B.F.J. and D.I. MacKenzie. 2000. A cumulative sum type of method for
environmental monitoring. Environmetrics 11: 151-166.
Scott, W.G., H.M. Scott, A. Penrose, G.D. Frost, J. Hall and D.I. MacKenzie. 1998.
Economic evaluation of inhalers used in the treatment of asthma. Journal of Medical Economics 1: 1-18.
Pethica, B.D., A. Penrose, D.I. MacKenzie, J. Hall, R. Beasley and M. Tilyard. 1998.
Comparison of potency of inhaled beclomethasone and budesonide in New Zealand: retrospective study of computerised general practice records. BMJ 317: 986-990.
Frost, G.D., A. Penrose, J. Hall and D.I. MacKenzie. 1998. Asthma related
prescribing patterns with four different corticosteroid inhaler devices. Respiratory Medicine 92: 1352-1358.
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