Darren Ryder
Darren Ryder
Professor of Aquatic Ecology and Restoration, University of New England
Verified email at une.edu.au
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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
4982014
Adaptive environmental management
C Allan, GH Stankey
Springer, 2009
1962009
Ecology of freshwater and estuarine wetlands
DP Batzer, RR Sharitz
Univ of California Press, 2014
1812014
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
1462013
Potential for biofilms as biological indicators in Australian riverine systems
A Burns, DS Ryder
Ecological Management & Restoration 2 (1), 53-64, 2001
1372001
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
932010
Response of bacterial extracellular enzymes to inundation of floodplain sediments
A Burns, D Ryder
Freshwater Biology 46 (10), 1299-1307, 2001
632001
Setting goals and measuring success: linking patterns and processes in stream restoration
DS Ryder, W Miller
Hydrobiologia 552 (1), 147-158, 2005
622005
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
602006
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 (4), 843-858, 2009
562009
A common parched future? Research and management of Australian arid-zone floodplain wetlands
KM Jenkins, AJ Boulton, DS Ryder
Hydrobiologia 552 (1), 57-73, 2005
492005
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
402018
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
402004
Disturbance governs dominance of an invasive forb in a temporary wetland
JN Price, PJ Berney, D Ryder, RDB Whalley, CL Gross
Oecologia 167 (3), 759-769, 2011
382011
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
362010
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
342015
Pulsed flows: a review of environmental costs and benefits and best practice
RJ Watts, C Allan, KH Bowmer, KJ Page, DS Ryder, AL Wilson
Waterlines report 16, 2009
312009
Seasonal water regimes and leaf litter processing in a wetland on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia
DS Ryder, P Horwitz
Marine and Freshwater Research 46 (7), 1077-1084, 1995
301995
Stable isotope analysis of aquatic invertebrate communities in irrigated rice fields cultivated under different management regimes
AL Wilson, DS Ryder, RJ Watts, MM Stevens
Aquatic Ecology 39 (2), 189-200, 2005
262005
Processing of Eucalyptus viminalis leaves in Australian streams-importance of aquatic hyphomycetes and zoosporic fungi
F Bärlocher, M Stewart, DS Ryder
Fundamental and Applied Limnology-Archiv furHydrobiologie 179 (4), 305, 2012
252012
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