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Fish, flows and flood plains: links between freshwater fishes and their environment in the Murray-Darling River system, Australia
P Humphries, AJ King, JD Koehn
Environmental biology of fishes 56, 129-151, 1999
6661999
Fish recruitment on floodplains: the roles of patterns of flooding and life history characteristics
AJ King, P Humphries, PS Lake
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60 (7), 773-786, 2003
4822003
River regulation and fish larvae: variation through space and time
P Humphries, LG Serafini, AJ King
Freshwater Biology 47 (7), 1307-1331, 2002
3492002
Environmental flow enhances native fish spawning and recruitment in the Murray River, Australia
AJ King, Z Tonkin, J Mahoney
River Research and Applications 25 (10), 1205-1218, 2009
2952009
Adaptive management of an environmental watering event to enhance native fish spawning and recruitment
AJ King, KA Ward, P O’connor, D Green, Z Tonkin, J Mahoney
Freshwater biology 55 (1), 17-31, 2010
2372010
The influence of spatial scale and habitat arrangement on diel patterns of habitat use by two lowland river fishes
DA Crook, AI Robertson, AJ King, P Humphries
Oecologia 129, 525-533, 2001
1342001
Short-term effects of a prolonged blackwater event on aquatic fauna in the Murray River, Australia: considerations for future events
AJ King, Z Tonkin, J Lieshcke
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (7), 576-586, 2012
1332012
Ontogenetic patterns of habitat use by fishes within the main channel of an Australian floodplain river
AJ King
Journal of Fish Biology 65 (6), 1582-1603, 2004
1322004
Experimental manipulations of the biomass of introduced carp (Cyprinus carpio) in billabongs. I. Impacts on water-column properties
AJ King, AI Robertson, MR Healey
Marine and Freshwater Research 48 (5), 435-443, 1997
1211997
Using abiotic drivers of fish spawning to inform environmental flow management
AJ King, DC Gwinn, Z Tonkin, J Mahoney, S Raymond, L Beesley
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (1), 34-43, 2016
1152016
Confronting the risks of large-scale invasive species control
RK Kopf, DG Nimmo, P Humphries, LJ Baumgartner, M Bode, NR Bond, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (6), 0172, 2017
1092017
Potential ecological effects of water extraction in small, unregulated streams
SF McKay, AJ King
River Research and Applications 22 (9), 1023-1037, 2006
932006
Density and distribution of potential prey for larval fish in the main channel of a floodplain river: pelagic versus epibenthic meiofauna
AJ King
River research and applications 20 (8), 883-897, 2004
862004
Impacts of drought and predicted effects of climate change on fish growth in temperate Australian lakes
JR Morrongiello, DA Crook, AJ King, DSL Ramsey, P Brown
Global Change Biology 17 (2), 745-755, 2011
852011
Ontogenetic dietary shifts of fishes in an Australian floodplain river
AJ King
Marine and Freshwater Research 56 (2), 215-225, 2005
812005
Improving ecological response monitoring of environmental flows
AJ King, B Gawne, L Beesley, JD Koehn, DL Nielsen, A Price
Environmental Management 55, 991-1005, 2015
802015
Experimental manipulations of the biomass of introduced carp (Cyprinus carpio) in billabongs. II. Impacts on benthic properties and processes1
AI Robertson, MR Healey, AJ King
Marine and Freshwater Research 48 (5), 445-454, 1997
801997
Ecological risks and opportunities from engineered artificial flooding as a means of achieving environmental flow objectives
N Bond, J Costelloe, A King, D Warfe, P Reich, S Balcombe
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (7), 386-394, 2014
782014
Riverscape recruitment: a conceptual synthesis of drivers of fish recruitment in rivers
P Humphries, A King, N McCasker, RK Kopf, R Stoffels, B Zampatti, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 77 (2), 213-225, 2020
752020
Legacies, lags and long‐term trends: Effective flow restoration in a changed and changing world
RM Thompson, AJ King, RM Kingsford, R Mac Nally, NLR Poff
Freshwater Biology 63 (8), 986-995, 2018
732018
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