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Australian freshwater ecology: processes and management
A Boulton, M Brock, B Robson, D Ryder, J Chambers, J Davis
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
5922014
Adaptive environmental management
C Allan, GH Stankey
Springer, 2009
2482009
Ecology of freshwater and estuarine wetlands
DP Batzer, RR Sharitz
Univ of California Press, 2014
2472014
Sediment fingerprinting in fluvial systems: review of tracers, sediment sources and mixing models
A Haddadchi, DS Ryder, O Evrard, J Olley
International Journal of Sediment Research 28 (4), 560-578, 2013
2332013
Potential for biofilms as biological indicators in Australian riverine systems
A Burns, DS Ryder
Ecological Management & Restoration 2 (1), 53-64, 2001
1702001
Scaling biodiversity responses to hydrological regimes
RJ Rolls, J Heino, DS Ryder, BC Chessman, IO Growns, RM Thompson, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (2), 971-995, 2018
1302018
Defining and using ‘best available science’: a policy conundrum for the management of aquatic ecosystems
DS Ryder, M Tomlinson, B Gawne, GE Likens
Marine and Freshwater Research 61 (7), 821-828, 2010
1122010
Can flow velocity regulate epixylic biofilm structure in a regulated floodplain river?
DS Ryder, RJ Watts, E Nye, A Burns
Marine and Freshwater Research 57 (1), 29-36, 2006
762006
Short-term response of nutrients, carbon and planktonic microbial communities to floodplain wetland inundation
T Kobayashi, DS Ryder, G Gordon, I Shannon, T Ingleton, M Carpenter, ...
Aquatic Ecology 43, 843-858, 2009
732009
Setting goals and measuring success: linking patterns and processes in stream restoration
DS Ryder, W Miller
Hydrobiologia 552, 147-158, 2005
692005
Response of bacterial extracellular enzymes to inundation of floodplain sediments.
A Burns, DS Ryder
Freshwater Biology 46 (10), 2001
672001
Environmental and meteorological factors linked to malaria transmission around large dams at three ecological settings in Ethiopia
S Kibret, G Glenn Wilson, D Ryder, H Tekie, B Petros
Malaria Journal 18, 1-16, 2019
632019
Malaria impact of large dams at different eco-epidemiological settings in Ethiopia
S Kibret, GG Wilson, D Ryder, H Tekie, B Petros
Tropical medicine and health 45, 1-14, 2017
592017
Developing best-practice Bayesian Belief Networks in ecological risk assessments for freshwater and estuarine ecosystems: A quantitative review
KS McDonald, DS Ryder, M Tighe
Journal of environmental management 154, 190-200, 2015
582015
A common parched future? Research and management of Australian arid-zone floodplain wetlands
KM Jenkins, AJ Boulton, DS Ryder
Hydrobiologia 552, 57-73, 2005
572005
Response of epixylic biofilm metabolism to water level variability in a regulated floodplain river
DS Ryder
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 23 (2), 214-223, 2004
512004
Disturbance governs dominance of an invasive forb in a temporary wetland
JN Price, PJ Berney, D Ryder, RDB Whalley, CL Gross
Oecologia 167, 759-769, 2011
502011
Inside the “black box” of river restoration: using catchment history to identify disturbance and response mechanisms to set targets for process-based restoration
S Mika, J Hoyle, G Kyle, T Howell, B Wolfenden, D Ryder, D Keating, ...
Ecology and Society 15 (4), 2010
502010
The influence of dams on malaria transmission in sub-Saharan Africa
S Kibret, GG Wilson, D Ryder, H Tekie, B Petros
EcoHealth 14, 408-419, 2017
442017
Monitoring of environmental flow outcomes in a large river basin: The Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder's long‐term intervention in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia
B Gawne, J Hale, MJ Stewardson, JA Webb, DS Ryder, SS Brooks, ...
River Research and Applications 36 (4), 630-644, 2020
352020
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