Blake M Dawson
Blake M Dawson
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of New England
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Contrasting insect activity and decomposition of pigs and humans in an Australian environment: a preliminary study
BM Dawson, PS Barton, JF Wallman
Forensic science international 316, 110515, 2020
Soil chemical markers distinguishing human and pig decomposition islands: a preliminary study
PS Barton, A Reboldi, BM Dawson, M Ueland, C Strong, JF Wallman
Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology 16, 605-612, 2020
Is Resource Change a Useful Predictor of Carrion Insect Succession on Pigs and Humans?
BM Dawson, JF Wallman, MJ Evans, PS Barton
Journal of Medical Entomology 58 (6), 2228–2235, 2021
Temperature dynamics in different body regions of decomposing vertebrate remains
PS Barton, BM Dawson, AF Barton, S Joshua, JF Wallman
Forensic Science International 325, 110900, 2021
Insect abundance patterns on vertebrate remains reveal carrion resource quality variation
BM Dawson, JF Wallman, MJ Evans, PS Barton
Oecologia 198 (4), 1043-1056, 2022
Field succession studies and casework can help to identify forensically useful Diptera
BM Dawson, PS Barton, JF Wallman
Journal of forensic sciences 66 (6), 2319-2328, 2021
How does mass loss compare with total body score when assessing decomposition of human and pig cadavers?
BM Dawson, JF Wallman, PS Barton
Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology 18 (3), 343-351, 2022
Bridging the gap between decomposition theory and forensic research on postmortem interval
BM Dawson, M Ueland, DO Carter, D Mclntyre, PS Barton
International Journal of Legal Medicine, 1-10, 2023
Priority effects and density promote coexistence between the facultative predator Chrysomya rufifacies and its competitor Calliphora stygia
BM Dawson, JF Wallman, MJ Evans, NJ Butterworth, PS Barton
Oecologia 199 (1), 181-191, 2022
The blowfly Chrysomya latifrons inhabits fragmented rainforests, but shows no population structure
NJ Butterworth, JF Wallman, NP Johnston, BM Dawson, J Sharp-Heward, ...
Oecologia 201 (3), 703-719, 2023
Better pollination knowledge can grow better berries
R Rader, J Jones, KCBS Santos, L Schmidt, J Preradovic, B Dawson, ...
Australian Berry Journal, 2023
Forensic and ecological perspectives on insect succession on vertebrate remains
BM Dawson
University of Wollongong, 2021
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