Miller, C.L. (2017). Morphological and roosting variation in the dwarf chameleon Brookesia stumpffi between primary, secondary, and degraded habitats in Nosy Be, Madagascar. Journal of Herpetology, Conservation, and Biology, 12 (3): 599-605.
Miller, C.L. The utility of camera traps in citizen science. In Prep.
Stroud, J., Heathcote. R., Miller, C.L., Freely, K. Complex character displacement: The result of multiple ecological and behavioural mechanisms. In Prep.
Other dissemination of research
Cooper, B.A., & Miller, C.L. (2017) Exploring large mammal behaviour using camera traps in the Peruvian Amazon. British Exploring Society.
Austin, O., Lampkin, A., & Miller C.L. (2017). Assessing insect diversity using pitfall traps in the Manu national park, Peru. British Exploring Society.
Australasian Evolution Society (2019) - Long talk
Grants, Awards, and Scholarships
Research Training Scholarship, University of Queensland (2018- 2021) Small Research Grant, Royal Society of South Australia (Declined)
Research Grant Round 2, University of Exeter
Research Grant Round 1, University of Exeter