SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Beveridge W.I.B. (1961) The Art of Scientific Investigation, 3rd edn, Heinemann, London.
  • Brittain J.E. & Eikeland T.J. (1988) Invertebrate drift – a review. Hydrobiologia, 166, 7793.
  • Cade B.S. & Noon B.R. (2003) A gentle introduction to quantile regression for ecologists. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 1, 412420.
  • Chessman B.C. (2003) New sensitivity grades for Australian macroinvertebrates. Marine and Freshwater Research, 54, 95103.
  • Chesson P. (1986) Environmental variation and the coexistence of species. In: Community Ecology (Eds J.Diamond & T.Case), pp. 240256. Harper and Row, New York.
  • Dakou E., D’heygere T., Dedecker A.P., Goethals P.L.M., Lazaridou-Dimitriadou M. & De Pauw N. (2007) Decision tree models for prediction of macroinvertebrate taxa in the river Axios (Northern Greece). Aquatic Ecology, 41, 399411.
  • Davy-Bowker J., Clarke R.T., Johnson R.K., Kokes J., Murphy J.F. & Zahra′dkova S. (2006) A comparison of the European Water Framework Directive physical typology and RIVPACS-type models as alternative methods of establishing reference conditions for benthic macroinvertebrates. Hydrobiologia, 566, 91105.
  • Dewson Z.S., James A.B.W. & Death R.G. (2007) A review of the consequences of decreased flow for instream habitat and macroinvertebrates. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 26, 401415.
  • Dolédec S., Lamouroux N., Fuchs U. & Mérigoux S. (2007) Modelling the hydraulic preferences of benthic macroinvertebrates in small European streams. Freshwater Biology, 52, 145164.
  • Downes B.J. & Lancaster J. (2010) Does dispersal control population densities in advection-dominated systems? A fresh look at critical assumptions and a direct test. Journal of Animal Ecology, 79, 235248.
  • Downes B.J. & Reich P. (2008) What is the spatial structure of stream insect populations? Dispersal behaviour of different life-history stages. In: Aquatic Insects: Challenges for Populations (Eds J.Lancaster & R.Briers), pp. 184203. CAB International, Wallingford, UK.
  • Downes B.J., Barmuta L.A., Fairweather P.G., Faith D.P., Keough M.J., Lake P.S., Mapstone B.D. & Quinn G.P. (2002) Monitoring Ecological Impacts: Concepts and Practice in Flowing Waters. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Downes B.J., Entwisle T.J. & Reich P. (2003) Effects of flow regulation on disturbance frequencies and in-channel bryophytes and macroalgae in some upland streams. River Research and Applications, 19, 2742.
  • Folt C.L., Chen C.Y., Moore M.V. & Burnaford J. (1999) Synergism and antagonism among multiple stressors. Limnology and Oceanography, 44, 864877.
  • Fonseca D.M. (1999) Fluid-mediated dispersal in streams: models of settlement from the drift. Oecologia, 121, 212223.
  • Furse M., Hering D., Moog O. et al. (2006) The STAR project: context, objectives and approaches. Hydrobiologia, 566, 329.
  • Hale R., Downes B.J. & Swearer S.E. (2008) Habitat selection as a source of inter-specific differences in populations of two diadromous fish species. Freshwater Biology, 53, 21452157.
  • Hansen R.A., Hart D.D. & Merz R.A. (1991) Flow mediates predator-prey interactions between triclad flatworms and larval blackflies. Oikos, 60, 187196.
  • Heino J., Louhi P. & Muotka T. (2004) Identifying the scales of variability in stream macroinvertebrate abundance, functional composition and assemblage structure. Freshwater Biology, 49, 12301239.
  • Hemphill N. (1988) Competition between two stream dwelling filter-feeders, Hydropsyche oslari and Simulium virgatum. Oecologia, 77, 7380.
  • Hoover S.E.R., Shannon L.G.W. & Ackerman J.D. (2007) The effect of riparian condition on invertebrate drift in mountain streams. Aquatic Sciences, 69, 544553.
  • Hynes H.B.N. (1960) The Biology of Polluted Waters. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, UK.
  • Jeffers J.N.R. (1998) The statistical basis of sampling strategies for rivers: an example using River Habitat Survey. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 8, 447454.
  • Jowett I.G. (2003) Hydraulic constraints on habitat suitability for benthic invertebrates in gravel-bed rivers. River Research and Applications, 19, 495507.
  • Keough M.J., Quinn G.P. & King A. (1993) Correlations between human collecting and intertidal mollusc populations on rocky shores. Conservation Biology, 7, 378390.
  • Kingsland S.E. (1991) Defining ecology as a science. In: Foundations of Ecology: Classic Papers with Commentaries (Eds L.A.Real & J.H.Brown), pp. 113. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA.
  • Kirk R.E. (1995) Experimental Design: Procedures for the Behavioral Sciences, 3rd edn. Brooks/Cole Publishing Co, Pacific Grove, USA.
  • Krebs C.J. (1978) Ecology: The Experimental Analysis of Distribution and Abundance, 2nd edn. Harper & Row Publishers, New York, USA.
  • Krebs C.J. (1989) Ecological Methodology. Harper & Row Publishers, New York, USA.
  • Lake P.S. (2005) Perturbation, restoration and seeking ecological sustainability in Australian flowing waters. Hydrobiologia, 552, 109120.
  • Lancaster J. & Belyea L.R. (2006) Defining the limits to local density: alternative views of abundance-environment relationships. Freshwater Biology, 51, 783796.
  • Lancaster J. & Downes B.J. (2009) Linking the hydraulic world of individual organisms to ecological processes: putting ecology into ecohydraulics. River Research and Applications, in press.
  • Lancaster J., Downes B.J. & Glaister A. (2009) Interacting environmental gradients, trade-offs and reversals in the abundance–environment relationships of stream insects: when flow is unimportant. Marine and Freshwater Research, 60, 259270.
  • Longhurst A.R. & Seibert D.L.R. (1967) Skill in the use of Folsom’s plankton sample splitter. Limnology & Oceanography, 12, 334335.
  • Macan T.T. (1963) Freshwater Ecology. Longmans, Green & Co, London.
  • Maddock I. (1999) The importance of physical habitat assessment for evaluating river health. Freshwater Biology, 41, 373391.
  • Manly B.F.J. (1992) The Design and Analysis of Research Studies. University of Cambridge Press, Cambridge.
  • Mayo D.G. (1996) Error and the Growth of Experimental Knowledge. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA.
  • Melbourne B.A. & Chesson P. (2005) Scaling up population dynamics: integrating theory and data. Oecologia, 145, 178186.
  • Metcalfe-Smith J.L. (1994) Biological water-quality assessment of rivers: use of macroinvertebrate communities. In: The Rivers Handbook, Vol 2 (Eds P.Calow & G.E.Petts), pp. 144170. Blackwell Scientific Publications, London, UK.
  • Platt J.R. (1964) Strong inference. Science, 146, 347353.
  • Popper K.R. (1983) Realism and the Aim of Science. Postscript to The Logic of Scientific Discovery, vol. 3, series ed. Hutchinson, W.W. Bartley, London.
  • Quinn G.P. & Keough M.J. (2002) Experimental Design and Data Analysis for Biologists. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
  • Resh V.H. (1979) Biomonitoring, species diversity indices, and taxonomy. In: Ecological Diversity in Theory and Practice. (Eds J.F.Grassle, G.P.Patil, W.Smith & C.Taillie), pp. 241253. International Co-operative Publishing House, Fairland, Maryland.
  • Rogers K. & Biggs H. (1999) Integrating indicators, endpoints and value systems in strategic management of the rivers of the Kruger National Park. Freshwater Biology, 41, 439451.
  • Rundle S.D., Weatherley N.S. & Ormerod S.J. (1995) The effects of catchment liming on the chemistry and biology of upland Welsh streams: testing model predictions. Freshwater Biology, 34, 165175.
  • Schneider D.C. (1994) Quantitative Ecology: Spatial and Temporal Scaling. Academic Press, San Diego, USA.
  • Sokal R.R. & Rohlf F.J. (1995) Biometry: The Principles and Practice of Statistics in Biological Research, 3rd edn. W.H. Freeman and Co., New York.
  • Tabachnick B.G. & Fidell L.S. (1996) Using Multivariate Statistics, 3rd edn. HarperCollins College Publishers, New York, USA.
  • Todd C.D., Phelan P.J.C., Weinmann B.E., Gude A.R., Andrews C., Paterson D.M., Lonergan M.E. & Miron G. (2006) Improvements to a passive trap for quantifying barnacle larval supply to semi-exposed rocky shores. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 332, 135150.
  • Toulmin S., Rieke R. & Janik A. (1979) An Introduction to Reasoning. Macmillan Publishing Co., New York, USA.
  • Townsend C.R., Downes B.J., Peacock K. & Arbuckle C.J. (2004) Scale and the detection of land-use effects on morphology, vegetation and macroinvertebrate communities of grassland streams. Freshwater Biology, 49, 448462.
  • Underwood A.J. (1989) The analysis of stress in natural populations. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 37, 5178.
  • Underwood A.J. (1990) Experiments in ecology and management: their logics, functions and interpretations. Australian Journal of Ecology, 14, 365389.
  • Underwood A.J. (1993) The mechanics of spatially replicated sampling programmes to detect enviromental impacts in a variable world. Australian Journal of Ecology, 18, 99116.
  • Underwood A.J. (1995) Ecological research and (and research into) environmental management. Ecological Applications, 5, 232247.
  • Vale M.M., Cohn-Haft M., Bergen S. & Pimm S.L. (2008) Effects of future infrastructure development on threat status and occurrence of Amazonian birds. Conservation Biology, 22, 10061015.
  • Walling D.E. & Webb B.W. (1992) Water quality I. Physical characteristics. In: The Rivers Handbook, Vol 1 (Eds P.Calow & G.E.Petts). pp. 4872. Blackwell Scientific Publications, London, UK.
  • Waters T.F. (1969) Subsampler for dividing large samples of stream invertebrate drift. Limnology & Oceanography, 14, 813815.
  • Wright J.F. (1995) Development and use of a system for predicting the macroinvertebrate fauna in flowing waters. Australian Journal of Ecology, 20, 181197.