Browsing by Author "Brijs, Jeroen"

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  • Boat electrofishing survey of five Waitakere City ponds

    Hicks, Brendan J.; Brijs, Jeroen; Bell, Dudley G.; Powrie, Warrick (2007)
    We conducted a fish survey of five ponds (Lake Panorama, Paremuka Pond 1 & 2, Danica Esplanade and Longbush Pond) in the Waitakere District by single-pass boat electrofishing on 18 and 19 of July 2007. We caught 337 fish ...
  • Boat electrofishing survey of Lake Ngaroto

    Hicks, Brendan J.; Brijs, Jeroen (Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research, The University of Waikato, 2009-10)
    Lake Ngaroto, a 130-ha hypertrophic lake located near Te Awamutu, has previously been found to contain a diverse fish fauna of both native and introduced fish. Native fish in the lake are common bullies (Gobiomorphus ...
  • Boat electrofishing survey of Lake Rotokaeo, Hamiton

    Hicks, Brendan J.; Brijs, Jeroen; Bell, Dudley G. (2009)
    Lake Rotokaeo (Forest Lake) is a small (3.7 ha) lake set in suburban surroundings in the north-west of Hamilton city located at 37° 46.387’S and 175° 15.059’E. The lake is very shallow, with ~80% of its area <1.8 m water ...
  • Boat electrofishing survey of the upper Turitea Reservoir, Palmerston North.

    Hicks, Brendan J.; Brijs, Jeroen; Bell, Dudley G.; Ling, Nicholas; Blair, Jennifer Marie; Powrie, Warrick (2009)
    The upper Turitea Reservoir is a 12-ha reservoir that supplies water to the city of Palmerston North (Figure 1). It was constructed in 1957 and is located in the foothills of the Tararua Ranges at 40.43208°S, 175,67669°E. ...
  • Evolution and comparative haemoglobin oxygen binding in new zealand mudfishes

    Brijs, Jeroen (The University of Waikato, 2007)
    New Zealand's five endemic mudfish (Neochanna spp.) species have distributions that differ both geographically and by habitat type. Differences in habitat preferences between species have led to the proposal of an evolutionary ...