SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Ackerly, D. D., S. R. Loarie, W. K. Cornwell, S. B. Weiss, H. Hamilton, R. Branciforte, and N. J. B. Kraft (2010), The geography of climate change: Implications for conservation biogeography, Diversity and Distrib., 16, 476487.
  • Allen, R. G., L. S. Pereira, D. Raes, and M. Smith (1998), Crop evapotranspiration: Guidelines for computing crop water requirements, UN FAO Irrig Drain. Pap. 56, 290 pp., Rome.
  • Bacon, P. E., K. Ward, P. Craven, M. Harper, and M. Bone (1994), Floodplain land-use issues in the Murray-Darling Basin, in Murray-Darling Basin Floodplain Wetlands Management, edited by T. Sharley, and C. Higgins, pp. 7687, Murray-Darling Basin Comm., Canberra, ACT, Australia.
  • Ballinger, A., and P. S. Lake (2006), Energy and nutrient fluxes from rivers and streams into terrestrial food webs, Mar. Freshwater Res., 57, 1528.
  • Ballinger, A., and R. Mac Nally (2006), The landscape context of flooding in the Murray-Darling Basin, Adv. Ecol. Res., 39, 85105.
  • Ballinger, A., R. Mac Nally, and P. S. Lake (2005), Immediate and longer-term effects of managed flooding on floodplain invertebrate assemblages in south-eastern Australia: Generation and maintenance of a mosaic landscape, Freshwater Biol., 50, 11901205.
  • Ballinger, A., R. Mac Nally, and P. S. Lake (2010), Decay state and inundation history control assemblage structure of log-dwelling invertebrates in floodplain forests, River Res. Appl., 26, 207219.
  • Barrett, G., A. Silcocks, S. Barry, R. Cunningham, and R. Poulter (2003), The New Atlas of Australian Birds, Birds Australia, 824 pp., Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Bennett, A. F., L. F. Lumsden, and A. O. Nicholls (1994), Tree hollows as a resource for wildlife in remnant woodlands: Spatial and temporal patterns across the northern plains of Victoria, Australia, Pac. Conserv. Biol., 1, 222235.
  • Bennett, A. F., G. Brown, L. Lumsden, D. Hespe, S. Krasna, and J. Silins (1998), Fragments for the future: Wildlife in the Victorian Riverina (the Northern Plains), Dep. Nat. Resour. Environ., Melbourne, Vic., Australia.
  • Bennetts, D. A., J. A. Webb, D. J. M. Stone, and D. M. Hill (2006), Understanding the salinisation process for groundwater in an area of south-eastern Australia, using hydrochemical and isotopic evidence, J. Hydrol., 323, 178192.
  • Bond, N. R., P. S. Lake, and A. H. Arthington (2008), The impacts of drought on freshwater ecosystems: An Australian perspective, Hydrobiologia, 600, 316.
  • Brand, L. A., G. C. White, and B. R. Noon (2008), Factors influencing species richness and community composition of breeding birds in a desert riparian corridor, Condor, 110, 199210.
  • Cai, W., and T. Cowan (2008a), Evidence of impacts from rising temperature on inflows to the Murray-Darling Basin, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L07701, doi:10.1029/2008GL033390.
  • Cai, W., and T. Cowan (2008b), Dynamics of late autumn rainfall reduction over southeastern Australia, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L09708, doi:10.1029/2008GL033727.
  • Camilleri, S., J. Thomson, and R. Mac Nally (2010), The interaction between land use and catchment physiognomy: Understanding avifaunal patterns of the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia, J. Biogeography, 37, 293304.
  • Connell, J. H. (1978), Diversity in tropical rain forests and coral reefs, Science, 199, 13021310.
  • Crabb, P. (1997), Murray-Darling Basin Resources, Murray-Darling Basin Comm., Canberra, ACT, Australia.
  • Cramer, V. A., and R. J. Hobbs (2002), Ecological consequences of altered hydrological regimes in fragmented ecosystems in southern Australia: Impacts and possible management responses, Austral Ecol., 27, 546564.
  • CSIRO (2008), Water availability in the Murray-Darling Basin: A report to the Australian Government, 67 pp., Commonw. Sci. Ind. Res. Organ. Publ., Canberra, ACT, Australia.
  • Cunningham, S. C., R. Mac Nally, P. Griffioen, and M. White (2009a), Mapping the condition of river red gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh.) and black box (Eucalyptus largiflorens F. Muell.) stands along the Murray River floodplain: Stand condition in 2009 and backcasting to 2003 and 2008, 60 pp., Aust. Centre Biodiversity, Monash Univ., Melbourne, Vic., Australia.
  • Cunningham, S. C., R. Mac Nally, J. Read, P. J. Baker, M. White, J. R. Thomson, and P. Griffioen (2009b), A robust technique for mapping vegetation across a major river system, Ecosystems, 12, 207219.
  • Cunningham, S. C., J. R. Thomson, R. Mac Nally, J. Read, and P. J. Baker (2011), Groundwater change forecasts widespread forest dieback across an extensive floodplain system, Freshwater Biol., 56, doi:10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011.02585.x.
  • Dexter, B. D. (1978), Silviculture of the river red gum forests of the central Murray floodplain, Proc. R. Soc. Vic., 90, 175194.
  • Environment Conservation Council (2001), Box-ironbark forests & woodlands investigation: Final report, Melbourne, Vic., Australia.
  • Foley, J. A., et al. (2005), Global consequences of land use, Science, 309, 570574.
  • Gee, G. W., and D. Hillel (1988), Groundwater recharge in arid regions: Review and critique of estimation methods, Hydrol. Processes, 2, 255266.
  • Gibbons, P., D. B. Lindenmayer, S. C. Barry, and M. T. Tanton (2002), Hollow selection by vertebrate fauna in forests of southeastern Australia and implications for forest management, Biol. Conserv., 103, 112.
  • González, E., M. González-Sanchis, A. Cabezas, F. A. Comin, and E. Muller (2010), Recent changes in the riparian forest of a large regulated Mediterranean river: Implications for management, Environ. Manage., 45, 669681.
  • Gore, J. A. (1994), Hydrological change, in The Rivers Handbook, edited by P. Calow, and G. E. Petts, pp. 3354, Blackwell Science, Oxford.
  • Harmon, M. E., et al. (1986), Ecology of coarse woody debris in temperate ecosystems, Adv. Ecol. Res., 15, 133302.
  • Holland, K. L., I. D. Jolly, I. C. Overton, and G. R. Walker (2009), Analytical model of salinity risk from groundwater discharge in semi-arid, lowland floodplains, Hydrol. Processes, 23, 34283439.
  • Horner, G., P. J. Baker, R. Mac Nally, S. C. Cunningham, J. R. Thomson, and F. Hamilton (2009), Regeneration and mortality of floodplain forests subjected to a drying climate and water extraction, Global Change Biol., 15, 21762186.
  • Horner, G., P. J. Baker, R. Mac Nally, S. C. Cunningham, J. R. Thomson, and F. Hamilton (2010), Carbon and habitat benefits from thinning floodplain forests: Managing early stand structure makes a difference, For. Ecol. Manage., 259, 286293.
  • Jacobs, M. R. (1955), Growth Habits of the Eucalypts, 262 pp., For. Timber Bur., Commonw. Aust., Canberra, ACT, Australia.
  • Jansen, A., and A. I. Robertson (2001), Relationships between livestock management and the ecological condition of riparian habitats along an Australian floodplain river, J. Appl. Ecol., 38, 6375.
  • Jolly, I. D. (1996), The effects of river management on the hydrology and hydroecology of arid and semi-arid floodplains, in Floodplain processes, edited by M. G. Anderson, et al., pp. 577609, John Wiley, Chichester, N. Y.
  • Kingsford, R. T. (2000), Ecological impacts of dams, water diversions and river management on floodplain wetlands in Australia, Austral Ecol., 25, 109127.
  • Koenker, R. (2010), quantreg: Quantile regression, R package version 4.48, accessed 17 June 2010. (Available at http://CRAN.R-project.org/package=quantreg.).
  • Lada, H., J. R. Thomson, R. Mac Nally, G. Horrocks, and A. C. Taylor (2007), Evaluating simultaneous impacts of three anthropogenic effects on a floodplain-dwelling marsupial Antechinus flavipes, Biol. Conserv., 134, 527536.
  • Lada, H., R. Mac Nally, and A. C. Taylor (2008a), Responses of a carnivorous marsupial (Antechinus flavipes) to local habitat factors in two forest types, J. Mammalogy, 89, 398407.
  • Lada, H., R. Mac Nally, and A. C. Taylor (2008b), Phenotype and gene flow in a marsupial (Antechinus flavipes) in contrasting habitats, Biol. J. Linnean Soc., 94, 303314.
  • Lada, H., J. R. Thomson, R. Mac Nally, and A. C. Taylor (2008c), Impacts of massive landscape change on a carnivorous marsupial in south-eastern Australia: Inferences from landscape genetics analysis, J. Appl. Ecol., 45, 17321741.
  • Lawrence, L. (2009), Australian rabbits are doing what comes naturally—Again, Outlooks on Pest Manage., 21, 1921.
  • Mackay, N., and D. Eastburn (Eds.) (1990), The Murray, Murray-Darling Basin Comm., Canberra, ACT, Australia.
  • Mac Nally, R. (2001),“Mesoscale” experimental investigation of the dependence of riparian fauna on floodplain coarse woody debris, Ecol. Manage. Restor., 2, 147149.
  • Mac Nally, R. (2006), Longer-term responses to experimental manipulation of fallen timber on forest floors of floodplain forest in south-eastern Australia, For. Ecol. Manage., 229, 155160.
  • Mac Nally, R., and G. Horrocks (2007), Inducing whole-assemblage change by experimental manipulation of habitat structure, J. Anim. Ecol., 76, 643650.
  • Mac Nally, R., and G. Horrocks (2008), Longer-term responses of a floodplain-dwelling marsupial to experimental manipulation of fallen timber loads, Basic Appl. Ecol., 9, 458465.
  • Mac Nally, R., and A. Parkinson (2005), Fallen timber loads on southern Murray-Darling basin floodplains: History, dynamics and the current state in Barmah-Millewa, Proc. R. Soc. Vic., 117, 97110.
  • Mac Nally, R., A. Parkinson, G. Horrocks, and M. Young (2002a), Current loads of coarse woody debris on southeastern Australian floodplains: Evaluation of change and implications for restoration, Restor. Ecol., 10, 627635.
  • Mac Nally, R., G. Horrocks, and L. Pettifer (2002b), Experimental evidence for beneficial effects of fallen timber in forests, Ecol. Appl., 12, 15881594.
  • Mac Nally, R., A. F. Bennett, J. R. Thomson, J. Q. Radford, G. Unmack, G. Horrocks, and P. A. Vesk (2009), Collapse of an avifauna: Climate change appears to exacerbate habitat loss and degradation, Div. Distrib., 15, 720730.
  • Maheshwari, B. L., K. F. Walker, and T. A. McMahon (1995), Effects of regulation on the flow regime of the River Murray, Australia, Reg. Rivers Res. Manage., 10, 1538.
  • McAlpine, C. A., J. Syktus, J. G. Ryan, R. C. Deo, G. M. McKeon, H. A. McGowan, and S. R. Phinn (2009), A continent under stress: Interactions, feedbacks and risks associated with impact of modified land cover on Australia's climate, Global Change Biol., 15, 22062223.
  • McGinness, H. M., A. D. Arthur, and J. R. W. Reid (2010), Woodland bird declines in the Murray-Darling Basin: Are there links with floodplain change?, Rangeland J., 32, 315327.
  • Murray-Darling Basin Commission (2005), Survey of river red gum and black box health along the River Murray in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia—2004, report, Murray-Darling Basin Comm., Canberra, ACT, Australia.
  • Murray-Darling Basin Ministerial Council (1999), The salinity audit of the Murray-Darling Basin: A 100-year perspective, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
  • Merritt, D. M., and D. J. Cooper (2000), Riparian vegetation and channel change in response to river regulation: A comparative study of regulated and unregulated streams in the Green River Basin, USA, Regul. Rivers Res. Manage., 16, 543564.
  • Merritt, D. M., and N. L. R. Poff (2010), Shifting dominance of riparian Populus and Tamarix along gradients of flow alteration in western North American rivers, Ecol. Appl., 20, 135152.
  • Morgan, D. G., and P. Pegler (2010), Managing a kangaroo population by culling to simulate predation: The Wyperfeld trial, in The Biology of Kangaroos, Wallabies and Rat-Kangaroos, edited by D. Coulson, and M. Eldridge, pp. 349360, Commonw. Sci. Ind. Res. Organ. Publ., Melbourne, Vic., Australia.
  • Natural Resources Commission (NRC) (2009a), Riverina bioregion regional forest assessment: River red gums and woodland forests, final assessment report, 336 pp., Nat. Resour. Comm., Sydney, N.S.W.
  • Natural Resources Commission (NRC) (2009b), Riverina bioregion regional forest assessment: River red gums and woodland forests, recommendations report, 52 pp., Nat. Resour. Comm., Sydney, N.S.W.
  • Overton, I. C., I. D. Jolly, P. G. Slavich, M. M. Lewis, and G. R. Walker (2006), Modelling vegetation health from the interaction of saline groundwater and flooding on the Chowilla floodplain, South Australia, Aust. J. Bot., 54, 207220.
  • Page, K., A. Read, P. Frazier, and N. Mount (2005), The effect of altered flow regime on the frequency and duration of bankfull discharge: Murrumbidgee River, Australia, River Res. Appl., 21, 567578.
  • Palmer, M. A., C. A. R. Liermann, C. Nilsson, M. Flörke, J. Alcamo, P. S. Lake, and N. Bond (2008), Climate change and the world's river basins: Anticipating management options, Frontiers Ecol. Environ., 6, 8189.
  • Parolin, P., et al. (2004), Central Amazonian floodplain forests: Tree adaptations in a pulsing system, Bot. Rev., 70, 357380.
  • Petraitis, P. S., R. E. Latham, and R. A. Niesenbaum (1989), The maintenance of species diversity by disturbance, Q. Rev. Biol., 64, 393418.
  • Raftery, A. E., D. Madigan, and J. A. Hoeting (1997), Bayesian model averaging for linear regression models, J. Am. Stat. Assoc., 92, 179191.
  • Robertson, A. I., and R. W. Rowling (2000), Effects of livestock on riparian zone vegetation in an Australian dryland river, Regul. Rivers: Res. Manage., 16, 527541.
  • Robinson, R. (1997), Dynamics of coarse woody debris in floodplain forests: Impact of forest management and flood frequency, B.S. thesis, Charles Stuart Univ., N.S.W., Australia.
  • Sabo, J. L., et al. (2005), Riparian zones increase regional species richness by harboring different, not more, species, Ecology, 86, 5662.
  • Stromberg, J. C., S. J. Lite, and M. D. Dixon (2010), Effects of stream flow patterns on riparian vegetation of a semiarid river: Implications for a changing climate, River Res. Appl., 26, 712729.
  • Tockner, K., and J. A. Stanford (2002), Riverine flood plains: Present state and future trends, Environ. Conserv., 29, 308330.
  • Vaughan, I. P., M. Diamond, A. M. Gurnell, K. A. Hall, A. Jenkins, N. J. Milner, L. A. Naylor, D. A. Sear, G. Woodward, and S. J. Ormerod (2009), Integrating ecology with hydromorphology: A priority for river science and management, Aquat. Conserv. Mar. Freshwater Ecosys., 19, 113125.
  • Vesk, P. A., R. Nolan, J. R. Thomson, J. W. Dorrough, and R. Mac Nally (2008), Time lags in provision of habitat resources through revegetation, Biol. Conserv., 141, 174186.
  • Victorian Environmental Assessment Council (VEAC) (2008), River red gum forests investigation: Final report, 208 pp., Melbourne, Vic., Australia.
  • Walker, J., F. Bullen, and B. G. Williams (1993), Ecohydrological changes in the Murray-Darling Basin: 1. The number of trees cleared over two centuries, J. Appl. Ecol., 30, 265273.