Browsing by Author "Kelly, David"

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  • Effects of climate change on New Zealand Lakes

    Goldman, Charles R.; Kumagai, Michio; Robarts, Richard D.; Hamilton, David P.; McBride, Chris G.; Özkundakci, Deniz; Schallenberg, Marc; Verburg, Piet; de Winton, Mary; Kelly, David; Hendy, Chris H.; Ye, Wei (Wiley, 2013)
    This chapter contains sections titled: -Introduction -Geographical and climate perspective -Historical climate -Future climate -Overview of lake types and formation processes -Climate change and impacts on endemic ...
  • Macroinvertebrate–pressure relationships in boatable New Zealand rivers: Influence of underlying environment and sampling substrate

    Collier, Kevin J.; Clapcott, Joanne E.; David, Bruno O.; Death, Russell G.; Kelly, David; Leathwick, John R.; Young, Roger G. (John Wiley & Sons, 2012)
    Responses of macroinvertebrate communities to human pressure are poorly known in large rivers compared with wadeable streams, in part because of variable substrate composition and the need to disentangle pressure responses ...
  • Quantifying relationships between land-use gradients and structural and functional indicators of stream ecological integrity

    Clapcott, Joanne E.; Collier, Kevin J.; Death, Russell G.; Goodwin, E.O.; Harding, Jon S.; Kelly, David; Leathwick, John R.; Young, Roger G. (Wiley, 2012)
    1. Modification of natural landscapes and land-use intensification are global phenomena that can result in a range of differing pressures on lotic ecosystems. We analysed national-scale databases to quantify the relationship ...
  • Survey of Scytonema (Cyanobacteria) and associated saxitoxins in the littoral zone of recreational lakes in Canterbury, New Zealand

    Smith, Francine M. J.; Wood, Susanna A.; Wilks, Taryn; Kelly, David; Broady, Paul A.; Williamson, Wendy M.; Gaw, Sally K. (International Phycological Society, 2012)
    The recent identification of saxitoxin-producing Scytonema cf. crispum triggered a survey of metaphyton and periphyton for Scytonema spp. in 34 high-use recreational lakes across Canterbury, New Zealand. Scytonema was ...
  • Testing innovative technologies to manage flood risk

    Connelly, Angela; Gabalda, Vincent; Garvin, Stephen; Hunter, Katy; Kelly, David; Lawson, Nigel; O'Hare, Paul; White, Iain (ICE Publishing, 2015)
    The move towards multi-faceted approaches to flood risk management is cemented in the European Union (EU) floods directive (directive 2007/60/EC). Across Europe, resources are diverted towards softer interventions such as ...