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FERG Outputs

14 December 2023

FERG generates several resources. From peer-reviewed articles and postgraduate theses to books and posters, learn about FERG outputs.



Advances in Freshwater Science

Advances in New Zealand Freshwater Science

Jellyman, P., Davie, T.J.A., Pearson, C.P. and Harding, J.S.


Guide to the freshwater Crustacea of New Zealand

Chapman, M.A., Lewis, M.H. and Winterbourn, M.J.


An Illustrated Guide to the Freshwater Macroinvertebrates of Singapore

An illustrated guide to the freshwater macroinvertebrates of Singapore

Blakely, T.J., Harding, J.S., Clews, E. and Winterbourn, M.J.


Stream Habitat Assessment Protocols

Stream habitat assessment protocols for wadable rivers and streams of New Zealand

Harding, J.S., Clapcott, J.E., Quinn, J.M., Hayes, J.W., Joy, M.K., Storey, R.G., Greig, H.S., Hay, J., James, T., Beech, M.A. Ozane, R., Meredith, A.S. and Boothroyd, I.K.G.


The Natural History of Canterbury

The Natural History of Canterbury

Winterbourn, M.J., Knox, G.A., Burrows, C.J. and Marsden, I.D.


Guide to the Aquatic Insects of New Zealand

Guide to the Aquatic Insects of New Zealand

Winterbourn, M.J., Gregson, K.L.D. and Dolphin, C.H.


Metal contaminants in New Zealand

Metal contaminants in New Zealand

Moore, T.A., Black, A., Centeno, A.A., Harding, J.S., Trumm, D.A.


New Zealand Stream Invertebrates: Ecology and Implications for Management

New Zealand Stream Invertebrates: Ecology and Implications for Management

Collier, K.J. and Winterbourn, M.J.


Book chapters

  • Jellyman, P. G., McHugh, P. A., Simon, K. S., Thompson, R. M. and McIntosh, A. R. (2017). Chapter 5-23: The effects of brown trout on the trophic webs of New Zealand streams. In: Brown Trout: Biology, Ecology and Management. J. Lobón-Cerviá (editor), Wiley.
  • McIntosh, A. R., Leigh, C., Boersma, K. S., McHugh, P. A., Febria, C.M. and García-Berthou, E. (2017). Chapter 4.7: Food webs and trophic interactions in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams. In: Intermittent Rivers: Ecology and Management. Datry, T., Bonada, N. and Boulton, A. (editors), Elsevier, Academic Press. Pp 323-347.

  • Harding, J.S., Jellyman, P., Pearson, C. and Davie, T. (2016). Introduction. In: Advances in New Zealand Freshwater Science. Jellyman, P. G., Davie, T. J. A., Pearson, C. P. and Harding, J. S. (editors), New Zealand Freshwater Sciences and Hydrological Societies, Christchurch. Pp 11-16.
  • Harding, J.S., Moores, J.P., Trowsdale, S.A. and Simon, K.S. (2016). Advances in urban freshwater research. In: Advances in New Zealand Freshwater Science. Jellyman, P. G., Davie, T. J. A., Pearson, C. P. and Harding, J. S. (editors), New Zealand Freshwater Sciences and Hydrological Societies, Christchurch. Pp 505-518.
  • Hogsden, K.L., Webster-Brown, J.G. and Harding, J.S. (2016). Mining impacts on the water quality and ecology of New Zealand freshwaters. In: Advances in New Zealand Freshwater Science. Jellyman, P. G., Davie, T. J. A., Pearson, C. P. and Harding, J. S. (editors), New Zealand Freshwater Sciences and Hydrological Societies, Christchurch. Pp 519-530.
  • McIntosh, A. R., Death, R. G., Greenwood, M. J. and Paterson, R. A. (2016). Chapter 14: Food webs of streams and rivers. In: Advances in New Zealand Freshwater Science. Jellyman, P. G., Davie, T. J. A., Pearson, C. P. and Harding, J. S. (editors), New Zealand Freshwater Sciences and Hydrological Societies, Christchurch. Pp 261-282.
  • Scarsbrook, M., McIntosh, A. R., Wilcock, R. J. and Matthaei, C. (2016). Effects of agriculture on water quality. In: Advances in New Zealand Freshwater Science. Jellyman, P. G., Davie, T. J. A., Pearson, C. P. and Harding, J. S. (editors), New Zealand Freshwater Sciences and Hydrological Societies, Christchurch. Pp 483-504.

  • McIntosh, A. R., McHugh, P. and Budy, P. (2012). Chapter 24: Salmo trutta L. (Brown Trout). In: A Handbook of Global Freshwater Invasive Species. Francis, R. A. (editor), Earthscan, London. Pp 287-299.

  • Peckarsky, B. L., Allan, J. D., McIntosh, A.R. and Taylor, B. W. (2010). Understanding the role of predation in open systems: the value of place-based research. In: The Biology of Place: Contributions of Place-Based Research to Ecological Understanding. Billick, I. and Price, M. (editors), University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

  • McDowall, R. M. & McIntosh, A. R. (2008). Chapter 19: Freshwater fishes. In: The Natural History of Canterbury. Winterbourn, M.J. , Knox, G. , Burrows, C. and Marsden, I.D. (editors), Canterbury University Press, Christchurch. Pp 616-650.

  • Stout, V.M. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2008). Lakes, ponds and tarns. In: The Natural History of Canterbury. Winterbourn, M.J., Knox, G.A., Burrows, C.J. and Marsden, I.D. (editors), University of Canterbury Press, Christchurch. Pp 551-588.
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2008). Rivers and streams. In: The Natural History of Canterbury. Winterbourn, M.J., Knox, G.A., Burrows, C.J. and Marsden, I.D. (editors), University of Canterbury Press, Christchurch. Pp 589-615.

  • Novis, P. and Harding J.S. (2007). Extreme acidophiles: freshwater algae associated with acid mine drainage. In: Algae and Cyanobacteria in Extreme Environments. Seckbach, J. (editor), Springer, Dordrecht, NL. Pp 443-463.

  • Harding, J.S. (2005). Impacts of metals and mining on stream communities. In: Metal contaminants in New Zealand. Moore, T.A., Black, A., Centeno, A.A., Harding, J.S., Trumm, D.A. (editors), Caxton Press, Christchurch, New Zealand.

  • Harding, J.S. and Boothroyd, I. (2004). Impacts of mining. In: Freshwaters of New Zealand. Harding, J.S., Mosely, P., Pearson, C. and Sorrell, B. (editors), New Zealand Limnological and Hydrological Societies, Christchurch.
  • McIntosh, A. R. and McDowall R. M. (2004). Fish communities in streams and rivers. In: The Freshwaters of New Zealand. Harding, J. S., Mosely, P. , Pearson, C. and Sorrell, B. (editors), New Zealand Limnological and Hydrological Societies, Christchurch. Pp 17.1-19.19.
  • Young, R., Smart, G. and Harding, J.S. (2004). Impacts of hydro-dams, irrigation schemes and river control works. In: Freshwaters of New Zealand. Harding, J.S., Mosley, P., Pearson, C. and Sorrell, B. (editors), New Zealand Limnological and Hydrological Societies, Christchurch.

  • Harding, J.S., Quinn, J.M. and Hickey, C.W. (2000). Effects of mining and forestry production. In: New Zealand stream invertebrates: ecology and implications for management. Collier, K.J. and Winterbourn, M.J (editors), New Zealand Limnological Society, Christchurch. Pp 230-259.
  • McIntosh, A. R. (2000). Aquatic predator-prey interactions. In: New Zealand Stream Invertebrates: Ecology and Implications for Management. Collier, K. J. and Winterbourn, M. J. (editors), New Zealand Limnological Society, Christchurch. Pp 125-156.

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Peer-reviewed articles

  • Boddy NC. and McIntosh AR. (2021) Could spatial heterogeneity in flow disturbance drive temporal stability of native–invasive species co-occurrence in riverscapes? Freshwater Biology 66(5): 902-913.
  • Coats SC., Wilson M. and McIntosh AR. (2021) Contextualizing the relative importance of habitat connectivity for metapopulation persistence: A case study of a critically endangered fish. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems
  • Herse MR., Tylianakis JM., Scott NJ., Brown D., Cranwell I., Henry J., Pauling C., McIntosh AR., Gormley AM. and Lyver POB. (2021) Effects of customary egg harvest regimes on hatching success of a culturally important waterfowl species. People and Nature 3(2): 499-512.
  • Macinnis-Ng C., Mcintosh AR., Monks JM., Waipara N., White RSA., Boudjelas S., Clark CD., Clearwater MJ., Curran TJ. and Dickinson KJM. (2021) Climate-change impacts exacerbate conservation threats in island systems: New Zealand as a case study. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19(4): 216-224.
  • Barrett IC., McIntosh AR., Febria CM. and Warburton HJ. (2021) Negative resistance and resilience: Biotic mechanisms underpin delayed biological recovery in stream restoration. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 288(1947)
  • Fraley KM., Warburton HJ., Jellyman PG., Kelly D. and McIntosh AR. (2021) The influence of pastoral and native forest land cover, flooding disturbance, and stream size on the trophic ecology of New Zealand streams. Austral Ecology 46(5): 833-846.
  • Meijer CG., Warburton HJ. and McIntosh AR. (2021) Disentangling the multiple effects of stream drying and riparian canopy cover on the trophic ecology of a highly threatened fish. Freshwater Biology 66(1): 102-113.
  • White BE., McIntosh AR., Febria CM. and Warburton HJ. (2021) The potential role of biotic interactions in stream restoration. Restoration Ecology 29(5)
  • Feio MJ., Hughes RM., Callisto M., Nichols SJ., Odume ON., Quintella BR., Kuemmerlen M., Aguiar FC., Almeida SFP., Alonso-Eguíalis P.... Harding JS. + 18 others (2021) The biological assessment and rehabilitation of theworld’s rivers: An overview. Water (Switzerland) 13(3)
  • Goeller BC., Febria CM., Harding JS. and McIntosh AR. (2021) Response to Comments by Liu et al. 2021 to “Springs drive downstream nitrate export form artificially-drained agricultural headwater catchments” by Goeller et al., 2019. Science of the Total Environment 783
  • Moore TP., Febria CM., McIntosh AR., Warburton HJ. and Harding JS. (2021) Benthic Invertebrate Indices Show No Response to High Nitrate-Nitrogen in Lowland Agricultural Streams. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 232(7)
  • Abernethy EF., Muehlbauer JD., Kennedy TA., Tonkin JD., Van Driesche R. and Lytle DA. (2021) Hydropeaking intensity and dam proximity limit aquatic invertebrate diversity in the Colorado River Basin. Ecosphere 12(6)
  • Graham EB., Averill C., Bond-Lamberty B., Knelman JE., Krause S., Peralta AL., Shade A., Smith AP., Cheng SJ., Fanin N.... Tonkin JD. + 18 others (2021) Toward a Generalizable Framework of Disturbance Ecology Through Crowdsourced Science. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9
  • Jähnig SC., Baranov V., Altermatt F., Cranston P., Friedrichs-Manthey M., Geist J., He F., Heino J., Hering D., Hölker F.... Tonkin JD. + 9 others (2021) Revisiting global trends in freshwater insect biodiversity. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 8(2)
  • Koerich G., Costa GB., Sissini MN., Ortiz CL., Canever BF., Oliveira W., Tonkin JD. and Horta PA. (2021) Physiology, niche characteristics and extreme events: Current and future habitat suitability of a rhodolith-forming species in the Southwestern Atlantic. Marine Environmental Research 169
  • Li Z., Chen X., Jiang X., Tonkin JD., Xie Z. and Heino J. (2021) Distance decay of benthic macroinvertebrate communities in a mountain river network: Do dispersal routes and dispersal ability matter? Science of the Total Environment 758
  • Record S., Voelker NM., Zarnetske PL., Wisnoski NI., Tonkin JD., Swan C., Marazzi L., Lany N., Lamy T. and Compagnoni A. (2021) Novel Insights to Be Gained From Applying Metacommunity Theory to Long-Term, Spatially Replicated Biodiversity Data. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8
  • Tonkin JD., Olden JD., Merritt DM., Reynolds LV., Rogosch JS. and Lytle DA. (2021) Designing flow regimes to support entire river ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19(6): 326-333.

  • Atkinson CL., Parr TB., van Ee BC., Knapp DD., Winebarger M., Madoni KJ. and Haag WR. (2020) Length-mass equations for freshwater unionid mussel assemblages: Implications for estimating ecosystem function. Freshwater Science 39(3): 377-390.
  • Boddy NC., Booker DJ. and McIntosh AR. (2020) Heterogeneity in flow disturbance around river confluences influences spatial patterns in native and non-native species co-occurrence. Biological Invasions 22(11): 3457-3475.
  • Herse M., Lyver P., Scott N., McIntosh A., Coats S., Gormley A. and Tylianakis J. (2020) Engaging Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Environmental Management Could Alleviate Scale Mismatches in Social-Ecological Systems. BioScience
  • Jellyman PG. and McIntosh AR. (2020) Disturbance-mediated consumer assemblages determine fish community structure and moderate top-down influences through bottom-up constraints. Journal of Animal Ecology 89(5): 1175-1189.
  • Klemmer AJ., Galatowitsch ML. and McIntosh AR. (2020) Cross-ecosystem bottlenecks alter reciprocal subsidies within meta-ecosystems.. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 287(1929): 20200550-20200550.
  • Rayne A., Byrnes G., Collier-Robinson L., Hollows J., McIntosh A., Ramsden M., Rupene M., Tamati-Elliffe P., Thoms C. and Steeves T. (2020) Centring Indigenous knowledge systems to re-imagine conservation translocations. People and Nature 00: 1-15.
  • Winterbourn MJ., Greig HS. and McIntosh AR. (2020) Nocturnal behaviour and the antennal sensory receptors of Zelandopsyche ingens Tillyard (Trichoptera: Oeconesidae), a stream-inhabiting caddisfly. New Zealand Entomologist 43(2): 103-113.
  • Boddy NC., Fraley KM., Warburton HJ., Jellyman PG., Booker DJ., Kelly D. and McIntosh AR. (2020) Big impacts from small abstractions: The effects of surface water abstraction on freshwater fish assemblages. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30(1): 159-172.
  • Bray JP., Kilroy C., Gerbeaux P., Burdon FJ. and Harding JS. (2020) Ecological processes mediate the effects of the invasive bloom-forming diatom Didymosphenia geminata on stream algal and invertebrate assemblages. Hydrobiologia 847(1): 177-190.
  • Burdon FJ., McIntosh AR. and Harding JS. (2020) Mechanisms of trophic niche compression: Evidence from landscape disturbance. Journal of Animal Ecology 89(3): 730-744.
  • de la Higuera I., Kasun GW., Torrance EL., Pratt AA., Maluenda A., Colombet J., Bisseux M., Ravet V., Dayaram A., Stainton D.... Harding JS. + 16 others (2020) Unveiling crucivirus diversity by mining metagenomic data. mBio 11(5): 1-17.
  • Drinan TJ., Grainger NPJ., Harding JS., Collier KJ., Smith BJ., Death RG., Makan T. and Rolfe JR. (2020) Analysis of the conservation status of New Zealand freshwater invertebrates: temporal changes, knowledge gaps, impediments, and management implications. New Zealand Journal of Zoology : 1-16.
  • Febria CM., Bayfield M., Collins KE., Devlin HS., Goeller BC., Hogsden KL., Warburton HJ., Harding JS. and McIntosh AR. (2020) Partnerships generate co-benefits in agricultural stream restoration (Canterbury, New Zealand). Case Studies in the Environment 4(1)
  • Pomeranz JPF., Wesner JS. and Harding JS. (2020) Changes in stream food-web structure across a gradient of acid mine drainage increase local community stability. Ecology 101(9)
  • Li F., Tonkin JD. and Haase P. (2020) Local contribution to beta diversity is negatively linked with community-wide dispersal capacity in stream invertebrate communities. Ecological Indicators 108
  • Li M., Liu J., Tonkin JD., Shen J., Xiao N. and Wang J. (2020) The effects of abiotic and biotic factors on taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity of stream epilithic bacteria around Qiandao Lake. Aquatic Sciences 82(4)
  • Mouton TL., Tonkin JD., Stephenson F., Verburg P. and Floury M. (2020) Increasing climate-driven taxonomic homogenization but functional differentiation among river macroinvertebrate assemblages. Global Change Biology 26(12): 6904-6915.
  • Sundar S., Heino J., Roque FDO., Simaika JP., Melo AS., Tonkin JD., Gomes Nogueira D. and Silva DP. (2020) Conservation of freshwater macroinvertebrate biodiversity in tropical regions. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30(6): 1238-1250.
  • Jellyman, P. G., McIntosh, A. R. (2020) Disturbance-driven consumer assemblages determine fish communities and moderate top-down effects via bottom-up constraints. Journal of Animal Ecology,
  • Fraley, K. M., McHugh, P., McIntosh, A. R. (2020) Influence of maternally-transferred nitrogen and carbon on stable isotope ratios in juvenile Chinook salmon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 40:175-181
  • Fraley, K. M., Warburton, H. J., Jellyman, P. G., Kelly, D. and McIntosh, A. R.(2020) Do body mass and habitat factors predict trophic position in temperate stream fishes? Freshwater Science
  • Collins, K.E., Febria, C.M., Devlin, H.S., Hogsden, K.L., Warburton, H.J., Goeller, B.C., McIntosh, A.R. and J. S. Harding. (2020). Trialling tools using hand-weeding, weed mat and artificial shading to control nuisance macrophyte growth at multiple scales in small agricultural waterways. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research.
  • Goeller, B.C., Febria, C.M., McKergow, L.A., Harding, J.S., Matheson, F.E., Tanner, C.C. and McIntosh A.R. (2020). Combining tools from edge-of-field to in-stream to attenuate reactive nitrogen along small agricultural waterways. Water. 12(383). doi.10.3390/w12020383. 

  • Collins KE., Febria CM., Warburton HJ., Devlin HS., Hogsden KL., Goeller BC., McIntosh AR. and Harding JS. (2019) Evaluating practical macrophyte control tools on small agricultural waterways in Canterbury, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 53(2): 182-200.
  • Stewart SD., Young MB., Harding JS. and Horton TW. (2019) Invasive Nitrogen-Fixing Plant Amplifies Terrestrial–Aquatic Nutrient Flow and Alters Ecosystem Function. Ecosystems 22(3): 587-601.
  • Haase P., Pilotto F., Li F., Sundermann A., Lorenz AW., Tonkin JD. and Stoll S. (2019) Moderate warming over the past 25 years has already reorganized stream invertebrate communities. Science of the Total Environment 658: 1531-1538.
  • Jourdan J., Plath M., Tonkin JD., Ceylan M., Dumeier AC., Gellert G., Graf W., Hawkins CP., Kiel E. and Lorenz AW. (2019) Reintroduction of freshwater macroinvertebrates: challenges and opportunities. Biological Reviews 94(2): 368-387.
  • Pilotto F., Tonkin JD., Januschke K., Lorenz AW., Jourdan J., Sundermann A., Hering D., Stoll S. and Haase P. (2019) Diverging response patterns of terrestrial and aquatic species to hydromorphological restoration. Conservation Biology 33(1): 132-141.
  • Rogosch JS., Tonkin JD., Lytle DA., Merritt DM., Reynolds LV. and Olden JD. (2019) Increasing drought favors nonnative fishes in a dryland river: evidence from a multispecies demographic model. Ecosphere 10(4)
  • Tiegs SD., Costello DM., Isken MW., Woodward G., McIntyre PB., Gessner MO., Chauvet E., Griffiths NA., Flecker AS., Acuña V.... Tonkin JD. + 142 others (2019) Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones. Science Advances 5(1)
  • Tonkin JD., Poff NLR., Bond NR., Horne A., Merritt DM., Reynolds LV., Olden JD., Ruhi A. and Lytle DA. (2019) Prepare river ecosystems for an uncertain future. Nature 570(7761): 301-303.
  • Yuan T., Vadde KK., Tonkin JD., Wang J., Lu J., Zhang Z., Zhang Y., McCarthy AJ. and Sekar R. (2019) Urbanization impacts the physicochemical characteristics and abundance of fecal markers and bacterial pathogens in surface water. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16(10)
  • Pomeranz J.P., Thompson R., Poisot T., Harding, J.S.(2019). Inferring predator-prey interactions in food webs. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10: 356-367.
  • van Hamelsveld S., Adewale M.E., Kurenbach B., Godsoe W., Harding J.S., Remus-EmsermannM.J.P., Heinemann J.A. (2019). Prevalence of antibiotic resistant Escherichia coli isolated from urban and rural streams in Canterbury, New Zealand. FEMS Microbiology Letters 366: fnz104,
  • Burdon, F. J., McIntosh, A. R., Harding, Jon S. (2019) Mechanisms of trophic niche compression: evidence from landscape disturbance. Journal of Animal Ecology, 89: 730-744
  • von Schiller, D., Datry, T., Corti, R., Foulquier, A., Tockner, K., … McIntosh, A. R.and 76 others. (2019) Sediment respiration pulses in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 33:1251-1263.
  • Shumilova, O., Zak, D., Datry, T., von Schiller, D., Corti, R., … McIntosh, A. R. and 67 others (2019) Simulating rewetting events in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: a global analysis of leached nutrients and organic matter leached nutrients and organic matter. Global Change Biology 25: 1591-1611.
  • Boddy, N.C., Booker, D.J. and McIntosh, A.R. (2019). Confluence configuration of river networks controls spatial patterns in fish communities. Landscape Ecology.
  • Bray, J.P., Kilroy, C., Gerbeaux, P., Burdon, F.J. and Harding, J.S. (2019). Ecological processes mediate the effects of the invasive bloom-forming diatom Didymosphenia geminata on stream algal and invertebrate assemblages. Hydrobiologia.
  • Coxon, S., Harding, J.S. and Gilpin, B. (2019). Faecal indicator bacteria in New Zealand freshwater fish: a pilot study. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research.
  • Eveleens, R.A., McIntosh, A.R. and Warburton, H.J. (2019). Interactive community responses to disturbance in streams: disturbance history moderates the influence of disturbance types. OIKOS. doi:10.1111/oik.05868.
  • Goeller, B.C., Burberry, L.F., Febria, C.M., Collins, K.E., Burrows, N.J., Simon, K.S., Harding, J.S and McIntosh, A.M. (2019). Capacity for bioreactors and riparian rehabilitation to enhance nitrate attenuation in agricultural streams. Ecological Engineering. 134: 65-77.
  • Goeller, B.C., Febria, C.M., Warburton, H.J., Hogsden, K.L., Collins, K.E., Devlin, H.S., Harding, J.S. and McIntosh, A.M. (2019). Springs drive downstream nitrate export from artificially-drained agricultural headwater catchments. Science of The Total Environment. 671: 119-128.
  • Meijer, C.G., Warburton, H.J., Harding, J.S. and McIntosh, A.R. (2019). Shifts in population size structure for a drying-tolerant fish in response to extreme drought. Austral Ecology. 44: 658-667. doi:10.1111/aec.12709.
  • Pohe, S.R., Wade, M.L., Winterbourn, M.J. and Ball, O.J.P. (2019). Invertebrate fauna of ephemeral streams on Hauturu-o-Toi/Little Barrier Island in northern New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Zoology.
  • Pohe, S.R., Winterbourn, M.J., Goldstien, S.J., Ball, O.J.P. and Harding, J.S. (2019). Distribution, nymphal habitat, genetic structure and conservation of the New Zealand mayfly Isothraulus abditus (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) and a description of its subimago. New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 46(1): 13-30.
  • Pomeranz, J.P.F., Warburton, H.J. and Harding, J.S. (2019). Anthropogenic mining alters macroinvertebrate size spectra in streams. Freshwater Biology. 64: 81-92.

  • Collins, K.E., Febria, C.M., Warburton, H.J., Devlin, H.S., Hogsden, K.L., Goeller, B.C., McIntosh, A.R. and Harding, J.S. (2018). Evaluating practical macrophyte control tools on small agricultural waterways in Canterbury, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research.
  • Fraley, K.M., Warburton, H.J., Jellyman, P.G., Kelly, D. and McIntosh, A.R. (2018). Responsiveness of fish mass-abundance relationships and trophic metrics to flood disturbance, stream size, land cover and predator taxa presence in headwater streams. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 999-1014. doi:10.1111/eff.12410.
  • Gamlen-Greene, R., Harding, J.S., Hawke, D.J. and Horton, T.W. (2018). Forest stream biota carbon : nitrogen ratios are unaffected by nutrient subsidies from breeding Westland petrels (Procellaria westlandica). Marine and Freshwater Research.
  • Pohe, S. R. (2018). An annotated checklist of New Zealand mayflies (Ephemeroptera), 2018. New Zealand Natural Sciences.  43: 1-20.
  • Pohe, S.R., Winterbourn, M.J., Goldstien, S.J., Ball, O.J.P. and Harding, J.S. (2018). Distribution, nymphal habitat, genetic structure and conservation of the New Zealand mayfly Isothraulus abditus (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) and a description of its subimago. New Zealand Journal of Zoology.
  • Pohe, S.R., Winterbourn, M.J., Goldstien S.J. and Harding, J.S. (2018). Distribution, body size, genetic structure and conservation of Siphlaenigma janae (Insecta: Ephemeroptera). New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 45(2):154-170. doi:10.1080/03014223.2017.1405823
  • Pomeranz, J.P.F., Thompson, R.M., Poisot, T. and Harding, J.S. (2018). Inferring predator-prey interactions in food webs. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10: 356-367.
  • Stewart, S.D., Young, M.B., Harding, J.S. and Horton, T.W. (2018). Invasive nitrogen-fixing plant amplifies terrestrial-aquatic nutrient flow and alters ecosystem function. Ecosystems
  • Umar, D.M., Harding, J.S. and Chapman, H.M. (2018). Food web structure in tropical highland stream ecosystem. Greener Journal of Biological Sciences.  8(3): 029-041.
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2018). Unexpected records of spear-winged fly larvae (Diptera: Lonchopterdiae) from New Zealand streams. Weta. 52: 17-24.

  • Boddy, N.C. and McIntosh, A.R. (2017). Temperature, invaders and patchy habitat interact to limit the distribution of a vulnerable freshwater fish. Austral Ecology. 42(4): 456-467. doi:10.1111/aec.12463.
  • Bray, J., Kilroy, C., Gerbeaux, P. and Harding, J.S. (2017). Ecological eustress? Nutrient supply, bloom stimulation and competition determine dominance of the diatom Didymosphenia geminata. Freshwater Biology. 62: 1433-1442. doi:10.1111/fwb.12958
  • Bray, J.P., O'Brien, J.M. and Harding, J.S. (2017). Production of phosphatase and extracellular stalks as adaptations to phosphorus limitation in Didymosphenia geminata (Bacillariophyceae). Hydrobiologia. 784(1): 51-63. doi:10.1007/s10750-10016-12851-10752.
  • Campbell, R. E. and McIntosh, A. R. (2017). Space-time interactions and invertebrate assemblage change in stream networks. Austral Ecology 42: 227-237.
  • Champeau, O., Cavanagh, J.E., Sheehan, T., Tremblay, L.A. and Harding, J.S. (2017). Toxicity of arsenic to larvae of four New Zealand freshwater insect taxa. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 51(3): 443–454.
  • Hawke, D.J., Gamlen-Greene, R., Harding, J.S. and Leishman, D. (2017). Minimal ecosystem uptake of selenium from Westland petrels, a forest-breeding seabird. Science of the Total Environment. 574: 148-154.
  • Hunt, S.K., Galatowitsch, M.L. and McIntosh, A.R. (2017). Interactive effects of land use, temperature, and predators determine native and invasive mosquito distributions. Freshwater Biology. 62(9): 1564-1577. doi:10.1111/fwb.12967.
  • O'Brien, J.M., Warburton, H.J., Graham, S.E., Franklin, H.M., Febria, C.M., Hogsden, K.L., Harding, J.S. and McIntosh, A.R. (2017). Leaf litter additions enhance stream metabolism, denitrification, and restoration prospects for agricultural catchments. Ecosphere. 8(11). e02018.
  • Pohe, S.R., Winterbourn, M.J., and Harding, J.S. (2017). Comparison of fluorescent lights with differing spectral properties on catches of adult aquatic and terrestrial insects. New Zealand Entomologist. 41(1): 1-11. doi:10.1080/00779962.2017.1398704.
  • Swan, T. and Galatowitsch, M.L. (2017). Identification key to the mosquito (Diptera: Culicideae) larvae of the Tongatapu Island group, Kingdom of Tonga. New Zealand Entomologist.
  • Umar, D.M., Harding, J.S. and Chapman, H.M. (2017). Response of benthic invertebrate communities to a land use gradients in tropical highland streams in Nigeria. Tropical Freshwater Biology.  26: 53-76.
  • Umar, D.M., Harding, J.S. and Chapman, H.M. (2017). Riparian land use and the relationship between invertebrate communities and litter decomposition in a tropical highland stream. Nigeria Journal of Fisheries. 14: 1093-1107.
  • White, R.S.A.,  McHugh, P.A., Glover, C.N., and McIntosh, A.R. (2017). Metabolism drives distribution and abundance in extremophile fish. PLoS ONE. 12(11). e0187597.
  • White, R.S.A. and McIntosh, A.R. (2017). Brown mudfish: fighting to survive extreme droughts in ancient swamp-forests. National Wetland Trust Newsletter: Wet and Wild. 45.
  • White, R. S. A., Wintle, B. A., McHugh, P. A., Booker, D. J., and McIntosh, A. R. (2017). The scaling of population persistence with carrying capacity does not asymptote in populations of a fish experiencing extreme climate variability. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 284: 20170826.
  • Winterbourn, M.J. and Pohe, S.R. (2017). Feeding and parasitism of adult Stenoperla spp. (Plecoptera: Eustheniidae) in New Zealand. Austral Entomology. 56(2): 191-197. doi:10.1111/acn.12222.
  • Winterbourn, M.J., Pohe, S.R. and Goldstien, S.J. (2017). Genetic and phenotypic variability in Stenoperla prasina (Newman, 1845) (Plecoptera: Eustheniidae) in relation to latitude and altitude in New Zealand. Aquatic Insects. 38: 49-65. doi:10.1080/01650424.2017.1302091.

  • Bray, J.P., Harding, J.S., Kilroy, C., Broady, P. and Gerbeaux, P. (2016). Physicochemical predictors of the invasive diatom Didymosphenia geminata at multiple spatial scales in New Zealand rivers. Aquatic Ecology 50(1): 1-14.
  • Clapcott, J., Goodwin, E. and Harding, J.S. (2016). Identifying catchment-scale predictors of coal mining impacts on New Zealand stream communities. Environmental Management 57: 711-721.
  • Dayaram, A., Galatowitsch, M.L., Argüello-Astorga, G.R., Van Bysterveldt, K., Kraberger, S., Stainton, D., Harding, J.S., Roumagnac, P., Martin, D.P., Lefeuvre, P. and Varsani, A. (2016). Diverse circular replication-associated protein encoding viruses circulating in invertebrates within a lake ecosystem. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 39: 304-316. doi:10.1016/j.meegid.2016.02.011
  • Galatowitsch, M.L. and McIntosh, A.R. (2016). Developmental constraints control generalist invertebrate distributions across a gradient of unpredictable disturbance. Freshwater Science 35(4): 1300-1311.
  • Galatowitsch, M.L. and McIntosh, A.R. (2016). Trait flexibility of generalist invertebrates exposed to contrasting predation and drying stressors. Freshwater Biology. 61(6): 862-875. doi:1111/fwb.12747.
  • Goeller, B.C., Febria, C.M., Harding, J.S. and McIntosh, A.R. (2016). Thinking beyond the bioreactor box: Incorporating stream ecology into edge-of-field nitrate management. Journal of Environmental Quality 45(3): 866-872. doi:10.2134/jeq2015.06.0325.
  • Gray, D.P., Harding, J.S. and Lindsay, P. (2016). Remediation of a major acid mine drainage point source discharge restores headwater connectivity for a diadromous native fish. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 50(4): 566-580. doi:org/10.1080/00288330.2016.1184170.
  • Hogsden, K.L. and McHugh, P.A. (2016). Preservatives and sample preparation in stable isotope analysis of New Zealand freshwater invertebrates. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research doi: 10.1080/00288330.2016.1257996.
  • Jellyman, P.G. and Harding, J.S. (2016). Disentangling the stream community impacts of Didymosphenia geminata: How are higher trophic levels affected? Biological Invasions. 18(12): 3419-3435.  doi:10.1007/s10530-016-1233-z.
  • Leschen, R.A.B., Collier, K.J., Death, R., Harding, J.S. and Smith B. (2016). Systematics Expertise and Taxonomic Status of New Zealand’s Freshwater Insects. NZ Science Review 73(3): 3-4.
  • Swan, T.S. and Harding, J.S. (2016). The distribution of the larvae of mosquito species in 2013 in the Tongatapu Island Group, Kingdom of Tonga. Austral Entomology 56(2): 160–168.
  • White, R.A., McHugh, P.A. and McIntosh, A.R. (2016). Drought survival is a threshold function of habitat size and population density in a fish metapopulation. Global Change Biology 22(10): 3341-3348. doi:10.1111/gcb.13265
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2016). Life history and ecology of Potamopyrgus estuarinus (Gastropoda: Tateidae) in the tidal reaches of two New Zealand rivers. Molluscan Research 36(2): 112-118. doi:10.1080/13235818.2015.1128585.

  • Ball, O.J-P., Pohe, S.R. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2015). Littoral macroinvertebrate communities of dune lakes in the far north of New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 49(2): 192-204 doi: 10.1080/00288330.2014.989237
  • Buss, D.F., Carlisle, D.M., Chon, T.-S., Culp, J., Harding, J.S., Keizer-Vlek, H.E., Robinson, W.A., Strachan, S., Thirion, C. and Hughes, R.M. (2015). Stream biomonitoring using macronivertebrates around the globe: a comparison of large-scale programs. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment doi:10.1007/s10661-014-4132-8.
  • Campbell, R.E., Winterbourn, M.J., Cochrane, T.A. and McIntosh, A.R. (2015). Flow-related disturbance creates a gradient of metacommunity types within stream networks. Landscape Ecology 30: 667-680.
  • Craw, D., Cavanagh, J., Druzbicka, J., Harding, J.S., Kerr, G., Pope, J. and Trumm, D. (2015). A Geoenvironmental model for orogenic gold deposits to predict potential environmental effects. Mine Water & Environment 34(4): 388–403.
  • Dayaram, A., Goldstien, S., Argüello-Astorga, G.R., Zawar-Reza, P., Gomez, C., Harding, J.S. and Varsani, A. (2015). Diverse small circular DNA viruses circulating amongst estuarine molluscs. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 31: 284-295.
  • Drummond, L. R., McIntosh, A. R. and Larned, S. T. (2015) Invertebrate community dynamics and insect emergence in response to pool drying in a temporary river. Freshwater Biology 60(8): 1596-1612 doi: 10.1111/fwb.12591
  • Graham, S. E., O'Brien, J. M., Burrell, T. K. and McIntosh, A. R. (2015) Aquatic macrophytes alter productivity-richness relationships in eutrophic stream food webs. Ecosphere 6:art89 doi: 10.1890/ES14-00341.1
  • Harding, J.S. and Jellyman, P.G. (2015). Earthquakes, catastrophic sediment additions and the response of urban stream communities. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
  • Kitto, J.A.J., Gray, D.P., Greig, H.S., Niyogi, D.K. and Harding, J.S. (2015). Meta-community theory and stream restoration: evidence that spatial position constrains stream invertebrate communities in a mine impacted landscape. Restoration ecology doi: 10.1111/rec.12179
  • Matheson, T., Ball O. J.-P. and Pohe S. R. (2015). Tramea loewii (Odonata: Libellulidae) on the move. The Weta 50: 10–17.
  • McHugh, P., Thompson, R. M., Greig, H.S., Warburton, H.J. and McIntosh, A. R.(2015) Habitat size influences food web structure in drying streams. Ecography38: 700–712. doi: 10.1111/ecog.01193
  • Moffett, E.R., Simon, K.S. and Harding, J.S. (2015). Urbanisation and earthquake disturbance influence microbial nutrient limitation in streams. Freshwater Biologydoi:10.1111/fwb.12600.
  • Peckarsky, B.L., McIntosh, A.R., Àlvarez, M. and Moslemi, J.M. 2015. Disturbance legacies and nutrient limitation influence interactions between grazers and algae in high elevation streams. Ecosphere 6(11): 1-15. doi:10.1890/ES15-00236.1
  • Renouf, K. and Harding, J.S. (2015). Characterising riparian buffer zones of an agriculturally modified landscape. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 49(3): 323-332 doi:10.1080/00288330.2015.1013475
  • White, R.S.A., McHugh, P.A., Glover, C.N. and McIntosh, A.R. (2015). Multiple environmental stressors increase the realised niche breadth of a forest-dwelling fish. Ecography38: 154-162. doi:10.1111/ecog.00526
  • White, R.S.A., McHugh, P.A., Glover, C.N. and McIntosh, A.R. (2015). Trap-shyness subsidence is a threshold function of mark-recapture interval in brown mudfish Neochanna apoda populations. Journal of Fish Biology 87(4): 967-980. doi:10.1111/jfb.12770.

  • Blakely, T.J., Eikaas, H.S. and Harding, J.S. (2014). The Singscore: a macroinvertebrate biotic index for assessing the health of Singapore's streams and canals. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 62: 540-548.
  • Burrell, T.K., O’Brien, J .M., Graham, S.E., Simon, K.S., Harding, J.S. and McIntosh, A.R. (2014). Riparian shading mitigates stream eutrophication in agricultural catchments. Freshwater Science 33: 73-84(pdf available on request).
  • Dayaram, A., Galatowitsch, M.L., Harding, JS., Argüello-Astorga, GR. and Varsani, A. (2014). Novel circular DNA viruses identified in Procordulia grayi and Xanthocnemis zealandica larvae using metagenomic approaches. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 22: 134-141.
  • Grainger, N., Collier, K., Hitchmough, R., Harding, J., Smith, B. and Sutherland, D. (2014). Conservation status of New Zealand freshwater invertebrates, 2013. New Zealand Threat Classification Series 8, Department of Conservation, Wellington, 28pp.
  • Hogsden, K.L. and J.S. Harding. (2014). Isotopic metrics as a tool for assessing the effects of mine pollution on stream food webs.Ecological Indicators 36: 339-347.
  • Jellyman, P.G. and Harding, J.S. (2014). Variable survival across low pH gradients in freshwater fish species. Journal of Fish Biology 85: 1746-1752.
  • Jellyman, P.G., McHugh, P.A. and McIntosh, A.R. (2014). Increases in disturbance and reductions in habitat size interact to suppress predator body size. Global Change Biology In press. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12441.
  • O'Brien, J.M., Lessard, J.L., Plew, D., Graham, S.E. and McIntosh, A.R. (2014). Aquatic macrophytes alter metabolism and nutrient cycling in lowland streams. Ecosystems. DOI: 10.1007/s10021-013-9730-8.
  • Peckarsky, B.L., McIntosh, A.R., Horn, S.C., McHugh, K., Booker, D.J., Wilcox, A.C., Brown, W. and Alvarez, M. (2014). Characterizing disturbance regimes of mountain streams. Freshwater Science 33(3): 716-730.
  • Schowe, K.A. and Harding, J.S. (2014). Development of two diatom-based indices: a biotic and a multimetric index for assessing mine impacts in New Zealand streams. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 48: 163-176.
  • Umar, D.M., Harding, J.S. and Chapman, H.M. (2014). Tropical land use and its effects on stream communities. Journal of Envionmental Sciences and Policy Evaluation 4(2): 165-196.
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2014). Gentlemen or players: New Zealand's aquatic insect taxonomists. The Weta 47: 58-66.

  • Atwood, T.B., Hammill, E., Greig, H.S., Kratina, P., Shurin, J.B., Srivastava, D.S. and Richardson, J.S. (2013). Predators reduce CO2 emissions from freshwater ecosystems. Nature Geoscience 6:191–194.
  • Budy, P., Thiede, G.P., Lobóon-Cerviá, J., Fernandez, G.G., McHugh, P., McIntosh, A.R., Asbjørn Vøllestad, L.
    Becares, E. and Jellyman, P.G. (2013). Limitation and facilitation of one of the world's most invasive fish: an intercontinental comparison. Ecology 94(2): 356-367.
  • Burdon, F.J., McIntosh, A.R. and Harding, J.S. (2013). Habitat loss drives threshold response of benthic invertebrate communities to deposited sediment in agricultural streams. Ecological Applications 23:1036-1047. doi: 10.1890/12-1190.1.
  • Campbell, R.E., McIntosh, A.R. (2013). Do isolation and local habitat jointly limit the structure of stream invertebrate assemblages. Freshwater Biology 58: 128-141.
  • Dayaram, A., Goldstien, S., Zawar-Reza, P., Gomez, C., Harding, J.S. and Varsani, A. (2013). Identification of Starling circovirus in an estuarine Mollusc (Amphibola crenata) in New Zealand using metagenomic approaches. Genome Announcements 1(3).
  • Dayaram, A., Goldstien, S., Zawar-Reza, P., Gomez, C., Harding, J.S. and Varsani, A. (2013). Novel ssDNA virus recovered from estuarine Mollusc (Amphibola crenata) whose replication associated protein (Rep) shares similarities with Rep-like sequences of bacterial origin. Journal of General Virology 94: 1104-1110.
  • Gray, D., Taylor, M., Moore, E., Pohe, S. & Barbour, S. (2013). A trial of fine sediment removal using the Sand WandTM: efficacy and impacts. Report No. R13/96, Environment Canterbury Regional Council. Pp. 16.
  • Greig, H.S., Wissinger, S.A. and McIntosh, A.R. (2013). Top-down control of prey increases with drying disturbance in ponds: a consequence of non-consumptive interactions? Journal of Animal Ecology 82: 598-607.
  • Hogsden, K.L. and J.S. Harding. (2013). Leaf breakdown, detrital resources, and food webs in streams affected by mine drainage. Hydrobiologia 716: 59-73.
  • Hogsden, K.L., Winterbourn, M.J. and J.S. Harding. (2013). Do food quantity and quality affect food webs in streams polluted by acid mine drainage? Marine and Freshwater Research 64: 1112-1122.
  • Jellyman, P.G., Booker, D.J. and McIntosh, A.R. (2013). Quantifying the direct and indirect effects of flow-related disturbance on stream fish assemblages. Freshwater Biology 58: 2614-2631.
  • Kraberger, S., Stainton, D., Dayaram, A., Zawar-Reza, P., Gomez, C., Harding, J.S. and Varsani, A. (2013). Discovery of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Hypovirulence-Associated Virus-1 in Urban River Sediments of Heathcote and Styx Rivers in Christchurch City, New Zealand. Genome Announcements 1(4) e00559-13.
  • Marinov, M. (2013). Contribution to the Odonata of the Kingdom of Tonga. Faunistic Studies in South-East Asian and Pacific Islands Odonata 1: 1-18.
  • Marinov, M. and Donnelly, T. (2013). Teinobasis fatakula sp. nov. (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae), found on ‘Eua Island, Kingdom of Tonga. Zootaxa 3609(6): 589-592.
  • Marinov, M. and Pikacha, P. (2013). On a dragonfly collection from the Solomon Islands with overview of fauna from this Pacific archipelago (Insecta: Odonata). Faunistic Studies in South-East Asian and Pacific Islands Odonata 4: 1-48.
  • Marinov, M. and Richards, S. (2013). Notes on the female colour forms of Synthemis miranda Selys, 1871 (Odonata: Synthemistidae) in New Caledonia. Australian Entomologist 40(2): 57-64.
  • Niyogi, D.K., Harding, J.S. and Simon, K.S. (2013). Organic matter breakdown as a measure of stream health in New Zealand streams affected by acid mine drainage. Ecological Indicators 24: 510-517.
  • Peckarsky, B.L., McIntosh, A.R., Álvarez, M., Moslemi, J.M. (2013). Nutrient limitation controls the strength of behavioural trophic cascades in high elevation streams. Ecosphere 4: art110.
  • Schowe, K.A., Harding, J.S., and Broady, P.A. (2013). Diatom community response to an acid mine drainage gradient. Hydrobiologia 705: 147-158. 
  • Thaher, M., Umar, D., Takaoka, T. and Harding, J.S. (2013). Application of the maximum convex sum algorithm in determining environmental variables that affect Nigerian highland stream benthic communities. Procedia Computer Science 18: 909-918.
  • Wells, N.S., Clough, T.J., Condron, L.M., Baisden, W.R., Harding, J.S., Dong, Y., Lewis, G.D. and Lear, G. (2013). Biogeochemistry and community ecology in a spring-fed urban river following a major earthquake. Environmental Pollution 182: 190-200.
  • Winterbourn, M.J. and Pohe, S.R. (2013). Life histories of four dragonfly species (Odonata: Anisoptera) in northern New Zealand. New Zealand Entomologist 36(1): 8-14.
  • Woodford, D.J. and McIntosh, A.R. (2013). Effects of introduced trout predation on non-diadromous galaxiid fish populations across invaded riverscapes. Science for Conservation. Department of Conservation, Wellington: 23pp.

  • Clapcott, J.E., Collier, K.J., Goodwin, E.O., Harding, J.S., Kelly, D., Leathwick, J.R. and Young, R.G. (2012). Quantifying relationships between land-use gradients and structural and functional indicators of stream ecological integrity. Freshwater biology57: 74–90.
  • Didham, R.K., Blakely, T.J., Ewers, R.M., Hitchings, T.R., Ward, J.B. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2012). Horizontal and vertical structuring in the dispersal of adult aquatic insects in a fragmented landscape. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 180: 27-40.
  • Doehring, K.A.M., Young, R.G. and McIntosh, A.R. (2012). Facilitation of upstream passage for juveniles of a weakly swimming migratory galaxiid. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 46: 303-313.
  • Gray, D.P. and Harding, J.S. (2012). Acid Mine Drainage Index (AMDI): a benthic invertebrate biotic index for assessing coal mining impacts in New Zealand streams. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 46(3): 335-352.
  • Greig, H.S.*, Kratina, P.*, Thompson, P.L., Palen, W.J., Richardson, J.S. and Shurin, J.B. (2012). Warming, eutrophication and predator loss amplify subsidies between aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. Global Change Biology 18: 504-514. 
    * authors contributed equally.
  • Hogsden, K.L. and Harding, J.S. (2012a). Anthropogenic and natural sources of acidity and metals and their influence on the structure of stream food webs. Environmental Pollution 162: 466–474.
  • Hogsden, K.L. and Harding, J.S. (2012b). Consequences of acid mine drainage for the structure and function of benthic stream communities: a review. Freshwater Science (formerly Journal of the North American Benthological Society) 31: 108–120.
  • Jellyman, P. and Harding, J.S. (2012). The role of dams in altering freshwater fish communities in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 46(4): 475-489.
  • Klemmer, A.J., Wissinger, S.A., Greig, H.S. and Ostrofsky, M.L. (2012). Non-linear effects of consumer density on multiple ecosystem processes. Journal of Animal Ecology. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2656.2012.01966.x.
  • Kratina, P., Greig, H.S., Thompson, P.L., Carvalho-Pereira, T.S.A. and Shurin, J.B. (2012). Warming modifies trophic cascades and eutrophication in experimental freshwater communities. Ecology.
  • Kutsarov, Y., Bechev, D., Kostadinov, R. and Marinov, M. (2012). The Bulgarian Odonata database - current status, organisation and a case study new entries. ZooNotes 33: 1-25.
  • Lear, G., Ancion, P.Y., Harding, J.S. and Lewis, G.D. (2012). Use of bacterial communities to assess the ecological health of a recently restored stream. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 46(3): 291-301.
  • Marinov, M. (2012a). Odonata from the Kingdom of Tonga, with a description of Pseudagrion microcephalum stainbergerorum ssp. nov. (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae). Odonatologica 41(3): 225-243.
  • Marinov, M. (2012b). Description of the larva of Trineuragrion percostale Ris (Odonata: Megapodagrionidae) with a key to the larvae of New Caledonian genera of Megapodagrionidae. International Journal of Odonatology 15(3): 241-248.
  • Marinov, M. (2012c). Description of female Hemicordulia hilaris Lieftinck, 1975 (Anisoptera: Corduliidae) with brief notes on the biogeography of the genus. Records of the Auckland Museum 48: 97-105.
  • Marinov, M. and Theischinger, G. (2012). Description of two new aeshnids from Solomon Islands (Anisoptera: Aeshnidae). Journal of the International Dragonfly Fund 53: 1-8.
  • McHugh, P.A., McIntosh, A.R., Howard, S. and Budy, P. (2012). Niche flexibility and trout–galaxiid co-occurrence in a hydrologically diverse riverine landscape. Biological invasions 14: 2393-2406
  • O’Brien, J.M., Hamilton, S.K., Kinsman, L.E., Lennon, J.T. and Ostrom, N. (2012). Nitrogen transformations in a through-flow wetland revealed using whole-ecosystem pulsed 15N additions. Limnology and Oceanography 57: 221–234. 
  • O’Brien J.M., Hamilton, S.K., Podzikowski, L. and Ostrom, N. (2012). The fate of assimilated N in stream biofilms: an in-situ benthic chamber study. Freshwater Biology 57: 1113–1125.
  • Rosario, K., Dayaram, A., Marinov, M., Ware, J., Kraberger, S., Stainton, D., Breitbart, M. and Varsani, A. (2012). Diverse circular single-stranded DNA viruses discovered in dragonflies (Odonata: Epiprocta). Journal of General Virology 93: 2668-2681.
  • Shurin, J.B., Clasen, J.L., Greig, H.S., Kratina, P. and Thompson, P.L. (2012). Warming shifts top-down and bottom-up control of pond food web structure and function. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 367: 3008-3017.
  • Umar, D., Marinov, M., Schorr, M. and Chapman, H. (2012). Odonata attracted by light - a new topic for myth-busters. International Dragonfly Fund - Report 43: 1-52. 
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2012). Nymphal life history and growth of Atalophlebioides cromwelli (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae) in the Selwyn River (South Island, New Zealand) and the effect of a very large flood. New Zealand Natural Sciences 37: 1-10.
  • Winterbourn, M.J. and Pohe, S.R. (2012). A new record of the enigmatic burrower bug Microporus thoreyi (Signoret) (Heteroptera: Cydnidae). The Weta 43: 21-24.

  • Blakely, T.J., Harding, J.S. and Didham, R.K. (2011). Distinctive aquatic assemblages in water-filled tree holes: a novel component of freshwater biodiversity in New Zealand temperate rainforests. Insect Conservation and Diversity. DOI:10.1111/j.1752-4598.2011.00155x.
  • Brogt, E., Sampson, K.A., Comer, K., Turnbull, M.H. and McIntosh, A.R. (2011). Using institutional research data on tertiary performance to inform departmental advice to secondary students. Journal of Institutional Research 16(2): 26-41.
  • Campbell, R.E., Harding, J.S., Ewers, R.M., Thorpe, S. and Didham, R.K. (2011). Production land use alters edge response functions in remnant forest invertebrate communities. Ecological Applications 21(8): 3147-3161.
  • Doehring, K. A. M., McIntosh, A.R. and Young, R. G. (2011). Factors affecting juvenile galaxiid fish passage at culverts. Marine and Freshwater Research 62: 38–45.
  • Gray, D.P., Harding, J.S., Elberling, B., Horton, T., Clough, T.J. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2011). Carbon cycling in floodplain ecosystems: out-gassing and photosynthesis transmit soil δ13C gradient through stream food-web. Ecosystems 2010 DOI: 10.1007/s10021-011-9430-1.
  • Gray, D.P. and Harding, J.S. (2011). Multi-scaled environmental determinism of benthic invertebrate communities in braided rivers: evidence for complex hierarchical controls on local communities. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 179(1): 3-15.
  • Greenwood, MJ.., Harding, J.S., Niyogi, D.K. and McIntosh, A.R. (2011). Improving the effectiveness of riparian management for aquatic invertebrates in a degraded agricultural landscape: stream size and land-use legacies. Journal of Applied Ecology 49: 213-222.
  • Greenwood, M.J. and McIntosh, A.R. (2011). Cross-ecosystem disturbance influences on the life history and population size structure of a riparian predator. Austral Ecology 36: 593–604. DOI: 10.1111/j.1442-9993.2010.02197.x.
  • Marinov, M. and Doscher, C. (2011). Spatial modelling of Odonata habitats in the Pacific, 1: Introduction to the techniques in spatial modelling. Odonatologica 40(4): 287-304.
  • Peckarsky, B.L., Encalada, A.C. and McIntosh, A.R. (2011).  Why do vulnerable mayflies thrive in trout streams? American Entomologist 57(3): 152-164.
  • Rosario, K., Marinov, M., Stainton, D., Kraberger, S., Wiltshire, E., Collings, D., Walters, M., Martin, D., Breitbart, M. Varsani, A. (2011). Dragonfly cyclovirus, a novel single-stranded DNA virus discovered in dragonflies (Odonata: Anisoptera). Journal of General Virology 92: 1302–1308.
  • Rowe, R.J., Davies, C., Davies, D., Pohe, S.R. and Simpson, E.H. (2011). Tramea loewii (Odonata: Libellulidae), a dragonfly newly arrived in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 38: 189-193.
  • Winterbourn, M.J., Pohe, S.R. and Ball, O.J-P. (2011). Establishment of larval populations of the dragonfly Tramea loewii Kaup, 1866 (Odonata: Libellulidae) in lakes of northern New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 38: 173-179.
  • Woodford, D.J., Cochrane, T.A., McHugh, P.A. and McIntosh, A.R. (2011). Modelling spatial exclusion of a vulnerable native fish by introduced trout in rivers using landscape features: a new tool for conservation management. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 21: 484–493.
  • Woodford, D.J. and McIntosh, A.R. (2011). Location of demographic sources affects distributions of a vulnerable native fish in invaded river networks. Freshwater Biology 56: 311-324.

  • Blakely, T.J., Cranston, P.S. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2010). Container-inhabiting Monopelopia larvae (Diptera: Chironomidae: Tanypodinae) newly recorded in New Zealand. New Zealand Entomologist 33: 38-42.
  • Gray, D. and Harding, J.S. (2010). Spatial variation in invertebrate communities in New Zealand braided rivers. Science for Conservation 302: 45p.
  • Greenwood, M.J., McIntosh, A.R. and Harding, J.S. (2010). Disturbance across an ecosystem boundary drives cannibalism propensity in a riparian consumer. Behavioral Ecology 2010; doi: 10.1093/beheco/arq140.
  • Greenwood, M.J. and McIntosh, A.R. (2010). Low river flows alter the biomass and population structure of a riparian predatory invertebrate. Freshwater Biology 55: 2062–2076. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2427.2010.02462.x
  • Greig, H.S. and Wissinger, S.A. (2010). Reinforcing abiotic and biotic time constraints facilitate the broad distribution of a generalist with fixed traits. Ecology 91: 836-846.
  • Greig, H. S., D. K. Niyogi, K. L. Hogsden, P. G. Jellyman and J. S. Harding. (2010). Heavy metals: confounding variables in the response of New Zealand freshwater fish assemblages to natural and anthropogenic acidity. Science of the Total Environment 408:3040-3050.
  • Jellyman, P.G. and McIntosh, A.R. (2010). Recruitment variation in a stream galaxiid fish: multiple influences on fry dynamics in a heterogeneous environment.  Freshwater Biology 55: 1930–1944  doi:10.1111/j.1365-2427.2010.02427.x.
  • Kulijer, D. and Marinov, M. (2010). Odonata from Bulgaria in the collection of National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Acta entomologica serbica 15(2): 161-169. 
  • Marinov, M. (2010). Further knowledge of the colonisation of the South Island, New Zealand by Hemicordulia australiae (Odonata: Corduliidae). The Weta 39: 17-28. 
  • Marinov, M. and McHugh, P. (2010). Comparative study of the Chatham Islands Odonata: Morphological var-iability, behaviour and demography of the endemic Xanthocnemis tuanuii Rowe, 1987. International Dragonfly Fund - Report 30: 1-44. 
  • McHugh, P., McIntosh, A.R. and Jellyman, P.G. (2010). Dual influences of ecosystem size and disturbance of food chain length in streams. Ecology Letters 13: 881–890 doi:10.1111/j.14610248.2010.01484.x.
  • McIntosh, A.R., McHugh, P.,Dunn, N.R., Goodman, J., Howard, S., Jellyman, P.G., O’Brien, L.K., Nystrom, P. and Woodford, D.J.(2010). The impact of trout on galaxiid fishes in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34: 195-206. 
  • Whitehead, A. L., Elliott, G. P. and McIntosh, A.R. (2010). Large-scale predator control increases population viability of a rare New Zealand riverine duck. Austral Ecology 35: 722-730. doi:10.1111/j.14429993.2009.02079.x.
  • Woodford, D.J. and McIntosh, A.R. (2010). Evidence of source-sink metapopulations in a vulnerable native galaxiid fish driven by introduced trout. Ecological Applications 20: 967-977. 

  • Gray, D. (2009). A new species of Zelandobius (Plecoptera: Gripopterygidae: Antarctoperlinae) from the upper Rangitata River, Canterbury, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 43: 605-611.
  • Gray, D. and Harding, J.S. (2009). Braided river benthic diversity at multiple spatial scales: a hierarchical analysis of beta diversity in complex floodplain systems. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28: 537-551. 
  • Gray, D., Harding, J.S. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2009). Namanereis tiriteae, New Zealand’s freshwater polychaete: new distribution records and review of biology. New Zealand Natural Sciences 34: 29-38. 
  • Hogsden, K.L., Xenopoulos, M.A. and Rusak, J.A. (2009). Asymmetrical food web responses in trophic-level richness, biomass, and function following lake acidification. Aquatic Ecology 43: 591-606. 
  • Lear, G., Niyogi, D., Harding, J., Y. Dong, and G. Lewis. (2009). Biofilm bacterial community structure in streams affected by acid mine drainage. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75: 3455-3460.
  • Wissinger, S.A., Greig, H.S. and McIntosh, A.R. (2009). Absence of species replacements between permanent and temporary lentic communities in New Zealand. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28: 12-23.
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2009). A new genus and species of Leptophlebiidae (Ephemeroptera) from northern New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 36: 423-430. 

  • Blakely, T.J. and Didham, R.K. (2008). Tree holes in a mixed broad-leaf podocarp rain forest, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 32: 197-208. 
  • Blakely, T.J., Jellyman, P.G., Holdaway, R.J., Young, L., Burrows, B., Duncan, P., Thirkettle, D., Simpson, J., Ewers, R.M. and Didham, R.K. (2008). The abundance, distrubution and structural characterisitcs of tree-holes in Nothofagus forest, New Zealand. Austral Ecology 33: 963-974. 
  • Bray, J.P., Broady, P.A., Niyogi, D.K. and Harding, J.S. (2008). Periphyton communities in New Zealand streams impacted by acid mine drainage. Marine and Freshwater Research 59: 1084-1091. 
  • Burdon, F.J. and Harding, J.S. (2008). The linkage between riparian predators and aquatic insects across a stream-resource spectrum. Freshwater Biology 53: 330-346. 
  • Greenwood, M.J. and McIntosh, A.R. (2008). Flooding impacts on responses of a riparian consumer to cross-ecosystem subsidies. Ecology 89: 1489-1496.
  • Greig, H.S. and McIntosh, A.M. (2008). Density reductions by predatory trout increase adult size and fecundity of surviving caddisfly larvae in a detritus-based stream food web. Freshwater Biology 53: 1579-1591. 
  • Jellyman, P.G. and A. R. McIntosh (2008). The influence of habitat availability and adult density on non-diadromous galaxiid fry settlement in New Zealand. Journal of Fish Biology 72: 143-156. 
  • O’Halloran, K., Cavanagh, J. and Harding, J.S. (2008). Response of a New Zealand mayfly (Deleatidium spp.) to acid mine drainage: implications for mine remediation. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27: 1135-1140.
  • Peckarsky, B. L., Kerans, B. L., Taylor, B. W. and McIntosh, A. R. (2008). Predator effects on prey population dynamics in open systems. Oecologia 156: 431-440.
  • White, M.S., Xenopoulos, M.A., Hogsden, K.L., Metcalfe, R.A. and Dillon, P.J. (2008). Natural lake level fluctuation and associated concordance with water quality and aquatic communities within small lakes of the Laurentian Great Lakes region. Hydrobiologia 613: 21-31. 
  • Whitehead, A.L., Edge, K., Smart, A.F., Hill, G.S. and Willans, M.J. (2008). Large scale predator control improves the productivity of a rare New Zealand riverine duck. Biological Conservation 141: 2784-2794.
  • Winterbourn, M.J., Cadbury, S., Ilg, C. and Milner, A.M. (2008). Mayfly production in a New Zealand glacial stream and the potential effect of climate change. Hydrobiologia 603: 211-219.

  • Harding, J.S., Brown, C., Jones, F. and Taylor, R. (2007). Distribution and habitats of mosquito larvae in the Kingdom of Tonga. Australian Journal of Entomology 46: 332-338.
  • Harding, J.S., Norton, D.A., McIntosh, A.R. (2007). Persistence of a significant population of rare Canterbury mudfish (Neochanna burrowsius) in a hydrologically isolated catchment. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 41: 309-316.
  • Hogsden, K.L., Sager, E.P.S. and Hutchinson, T.C. (2007). The impacts of non-native macrophyte Cabomba caroliniana on littoral biota of Kasshabog Lake, Ontario. Journal of Great Lakes Research 33: 497-504.
  • Niyogi, D. and Harding J. (2007). Coal mine drainage: complex effects on streams. New Zealand Water and Wastes Association Journal. November 2007 issue: 50-53.
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2007). Stable isotope analysis identifies morphologically indistinguishable caddisflies. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 41: 401-404.
  • Winterbourn, M.J., Chadderton, W.L., Entrekin, S.A., Tank, J.L. and Harding, J.S. (2007). Distribution and dispersal of adult stream insects in a heterogeneous montane environment. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 168: 127-135.
  • Winterbourn, M.J., Harding, J.S. and McIntosh, A.R. (2007). Responses of the benthic fauna in an urban stream during six years of restoration. New Zealand Natural Sciences 32: 1-12.

  • Blakely, T.J., Harding, J.S., McIntosh, A.R. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2006). Barriers to the recovery of aquatic insect communities in urban streams. Freshwater Biology 51: 1634-1645. 
  • Collier, K.J., Chadderton, W.L. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2007). Breakdown and invertebrate colonization of kamahi leaves in southern New Zealand streams. New Zealand Natural Sciences 31: 137-149. 
  • Eikaas, H. and McIntosh, A.R. (2006). Habitat loss through disruption of constrained dispersal networks. Ecological Applications 16: 987-998. 
  • Eikaas, H.S., McIntosh, A.R. and Kliskey, A.D. (2006). Analysis of patterns in diadromous fish distributions using GIS. Transactions in GIS 10: 469-483.
  • Ewers, R.M, Kliskey, A.D., Walker, S., Rutledge, D., Harding, J.S. and Didham, R.K. (2006). Past and future trajectories of forest loss in New Zealand. Biological Conservation 133: 312-325.
  • Gray D., Scarsbrook M. and Harding J.S. (2006). Spatial diversity of benthic invertebrates in a large New Zealand braided river. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 40: 631-642.
  • Greig, H. S. and McIntosh, A. R. (2006). Indirect effects of predatory trout on organic matter processing in detritus-based stream food webs. Oikos 112: 31-40.
  • Harding, J.S. (2006). “Basking” behaviour in adults of Spaniocercoides cowleyi (Plecoptera: Notonemouridae). New Zealand Natural Sciences 31: 71-78. 
  • Harding, J.S., Claassen, K. and Evers, N. (2006). Can forest fragments reset physical and water quality conditions in agricultural catchments and act as refugia for forest stream invertebrates? Hydrobiologia 568: 391-402. 
  • Hogsden, K.L. and Vinebrooke, R.D. (2006). Benthic grazing and functional compensation in stressed and recovered lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 1999-2010. 
  • Holmqvist, N., Stenroth, P., Berglund, O., Nystrom, P., Olsson, K., McIntosh, A., Jellyman, D. and Larsson, P. (2006). Low levels of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in New Zealand eels reflect isolation from atmospheric sources. Environmental Pollution 141: 532-538.
  • McGaughran, A., Hogg, I.D., Stevens, M.I., Chadderton, W.L. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2006). Genetic divergence of three freshwater isopod species from southern New Zealand. Journal of Biogeography 33: 23-30.
  • Nilsson, E., Hertonsson, P., Stenberg, M., Brodersen, J., O., K., Stenroth, P., Lakowitz, T., Brönmark, C., Nyström, P. and McIntosh, A.R. (2006). Facilitation and interference among three predators affect their consumption of a stream-dwelling mayfly.  Freshwater Biology 51: 1507-1514.
  • Olsson, K., Stenroth, P., Nyström, P., Holmqvist, N., McIntosh, A.R. and Winterbourn, M. J. (2006). Does natural acidity mediate interactions between introduced brown trout, native fish, crayfish and other invertebrates in West Coast New Zealand streams?. Biological Conservation 130: 255-267. 
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2006). Never lose your sense of wonder: reflections of a stream biologist. New Zealand Natural Sciences 31: 3-24.
  • Wissinger, S.A., McIntosh, A.R. and Greig, H.S. (2006). Impacts of introduced brown and rainbow trout on benthic invertebrate communities in shallow New Zealand lakes. Freshwater Biology 51: 2009-2028.

  • Barnden, A.R. and Harding, J.S. (2005). Shredders and leaf breakdown in streams polluted by coal mining in the South Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Natural Sciences 30: 35-48.
  • Blakely, T.J. and Harding, J.S. (2005). Longitudinal patterns in benthic communities in an urban stream under restoration. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 39: 17-28. 
  • Eikaas, H.S., Harding, J.S., Kliskey, A.D. and McIntosh, A.R. (2005). The effect of terrestrial habitat fragmentation on fish populations in small streams: A case study from New Zealand. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift–Norwegian Journal of Geography 59: 1–8. 
  • Eikaas, H.S., Kliskey, A.D. and McIntosh, A.R. (2005). Spatial modelling and habitat quantification for two diadromous fish in New Zealand streams: a GIS-based approach with application for conservation Management. Environmental Management 36: 723-740. 
  • Eikaas, H.S., McIntosh, A.R. and Kliskey, A.D. (2005). Catchment- and site-scale influences of forest cover and longitudinal forest position on the distribution of a diadromous fish. Freshwater Biology 50: 527-538. 
  • Hogsden, K.L. and Vinebrooke, R.D. (2005). Environmental predictors of benthic consumers and autotrophic communities along a recovery gradient. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62: 2226-2239.
  • McIntosh, A.R., Greig, H.S., McMurtrie, S.A., Nyström, P. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2005). Top-down and bottom-up influences on populations of a stream detritivore. Freshwater Biology 50: 1206–1218. 
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2005). Dispersal, feeding and parasitism of adult stoneflies (Plecoptera) at a New Zealand forest stream. Aquatic Insects 27: 155-166.

  • Bonnett, M.L. and McIntosh A.R. (2004). The influence of juvenile brown trout (Salmo trutta) on habitat use of inanga (Galaxias maculatus) in a stream simulator. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 34: 357-367.
  • Cope, N.J. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2004). Interactions between two successful molluscan invaders of freshwaters: an experimental study. Aquatic Ecology 38: 83-91.
  • Greenwood, M.J. and McIntosh, A.R. (2004). Influence of environmental conditions on nymphal development and abundance of Deleatidium fumosum mayflies. New Zealand Natural Sciences 29: 55-66.
  • Harding, J.S., Hawke, D.J., Holdaway, R.N. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2004). Incorporation of marine-derived nutrients from petrel breeding colonies into stream food webs. Freshwater Biology 49: 576-586. 
  • McIntosh, A.R. and Peckarsky, B.L. (2004). Are mayfly anti-predator responses to fish odour proportional to risk? Archiv für Hydrobiologie 160: 145-151. 
  • McIntosh, A.R., Peckarsky, B.L. and Taylor, B.W. (2004). Predator-induced resource heterogeneity in a stream food web. Ecology85: 2279-2290. 
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2004). Association between a commensal chironomid and its mayfly host in rivers of North Westland. New Zealand Natural Sciences 29: 21-31. 

  • Chadderton, W.L., Ryan, P.A. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2003). Distribution, ecology and conservation status of freshwater Idoteidae (Isopoda) in southern New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 33: 549-560.
  • Davey, M.L., O’Brien, L., Ling, N. and Gleeson, D.M. (2003). Population genetic structure of the Canterbury mudfish (Neochanna burrowsius): biogeography and conservation implications. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 37: 13-21.
  • Harding, J.S. (2003). Historic deforestation and the fate of endemic invertebrate species in streams. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 37: 333-345.
  • Nystrom, P. and McIntosh, A.R. (2003). Are impacts of an exotic predator on a stream food web influenced by disturbance history? Oecologia 136: 279-288.
  • Nystrom, P., McIntosh, A.R. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2003). Top-down and bottom-up processes in grassland and forested streams Oecologia 136: 596-608. 
  • Winterbourn, M.J. (2003). Habitat segregation and larval life history of two Nesameletus species (Ephemeroptera: Nesameletidae) in a mountain stream. Aquatic Insects 25: 41-50.
  • Winterbourn, M.J. and Wright-Stow, A.E. (2003). Depth distribution of stream invertebrates in the hyporheic zone: diel and life history effects. New Zealand Natural Sciences 27: 1-12.
  • Wright-Stow, A.E. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2003). How well do New Zealand’s stream-monitoring indicators, the Macroinvertebrate Community Index and its quantitative variant, correspond? New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 37: 461-470.

  • Ledger, M.E., Crowe, A.L.M., Woodward, G. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2002). Is the mobility of stream insects related to their diet? Archiv für Hydrobiologie 154: 41-59.
  • McIntosh, A.R. (2002). Impact of introduced trout on Nesameletus mayfly populations measured using electrofishing. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 154: 375-392.
  • McIntosh, A.R., Peckarsky, B.L. and Taylor, B.W. (2002). The influence of predatory fish on mayfly drift: extrapolating from experiments to nature. Freshwater Biology 47: 1497-1514.
  • Peckarsky, B.L., McIntosh, A.R., Caudill, C.C. and Dahl, J. (2002). Swarming and mating behavior of a mayfly suggest stabilizing selection for male body size. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51: 530-537.
  • Peckarsky, B.L., McIntosh, A.R., Taylor, B.W. and Dahl, J. (2002). Predator chemicals induce changes in mayfly life history traits: a whole stream manipulation. Ecology 83: 612-618.
  • Taylor, B.W., McIntosh, A.R. and Peckarsky, B.L. (2002). Reach-scale manipulations show invertebrate grazers depress algal resources in natural streams. Limnology and Oceanography 47: 893-899.

  • Milner, A.M., Taylor, R.C. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2001). Longitudinal distribution of macroinvertebrates in two glacier-fed New Zealand rivers. Freshwater Biology 46: 1765-1775.
  • Peckarsky, B.L., Taylor, B.W., McIntosh, A.R., McPeek, M.A. and Lytle, D.A. (2001). Variation in mayfly size at metamorphosis as a developmental response to risk of predation. Ecology 82: 740-757. 
  • Taylor, B.W., McIntosh A.R. and Peckarsky, B.L. (2001). Sampling stream invertebrates using electroshocking techniques: implications for basic and applied research. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58: 437-445.
  • Thompson, R.M., Edwards, E.D., McIntosh, A.R. and Townsend, C.R. (2001). Allocation of effort in stream food-web studies: the best compromise? Marine and Freshwater Research 52: 339-345.
  • Winterbourn, M.J. and Crowe, A. (2001). Flight activity along a mountain stream: is directional flight adaptive? Freshwater Biology 46: 1479-1489.

  • Adkins, S.C., Etheridge, N.A. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2000). A modified freeze-corer for sampling invertebrates in streams. New Zealand Natural Sciences 25: 43-47.
  • Ledger, M.E. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2000). Growth of New Zealand stream insect larvae in relation to food type. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 149: 353-364.
  • McIntosh, A.R. (2000). Habitat- and size-related variations in exotic trout impacts on native galaxiid fishes in New Zealand streams. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57: 2140-2151.
  • Winterbourn, M.J., McDiffett, W.F. and Eppley, S.J (2000). Aluminium and iron burdens of aquatic biota in New Zealand streams contaminated by acid mine drainage: effects of trophic level. The Science of the Total Environment 254: 45-54.

Other outputs

  • Rayne, A.L. (2021). Weaving ways of knowing to enhance biocultural resilience in a mahinga kai species-at-risk. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Martens, H.C.J. (2021). Organic ultraviolet (UV)-filters in Canterbury’s recreational waterbodies. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Hornblow, K.J. (2021). How many snails are too many? Sustained densities of tolerant taxa in post-restoration waterways may be a barrier to ecological recovery. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Schofield, J. (2021). Effects of LED light on adult caddisflies at two rivers in Canterbury, New Zealand. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Rose, A. (2020). Establishing a baseline: the macroinvertebrate community composition and food web structure of South Island alpine tarns in New Zealand. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • van Lindt, AJ. (2020). Kēkēwai (freshwater crayfish) as a stream restoration tool to disrupt degraded faunal dominance and facilitate biological recovery. Unpublished BSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Collins, K.E. (2019). Testing and developing tools for macrophyte management in small Canterbury agricultural waterways. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Pohe, S.R. (2019). Macroecology of New Zealand Ephemeroptera. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Pomeranz, J.P.F. (2019). Body size distributions and diet breadth: Stream food web proxies and predictions across a contaminant gradient. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • West, A. (2019). Stream invertebrates of Banks Peninsula, New Zealand. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • White, B. (2019). Restoration at a snail's pace: the role of biotic interactions in restoration failure. Unpublished BSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Boddy, N.C (2018). Riverscape heterogeneity controls on spatial patterns in fish assemblages. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Coats, S. (2018). Advancing landscape ecology modelling techniques to enhance the conservation of Canterbury mudfish/Kōwaro (Neochanna burrowsius). Unpublished MGIS thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Fraley, K.M. (2018). Drivers of stream fish assemblages and trophic interactions. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury. 
  • Goeller, B.C. (2018). Trialling stream rehabilitation tools to attenuate nitrate export and improve stream health in agricultural waterways. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Green, T. (2018). Investigating whether structural in-stream habitat additions are an effective tool for restoring benthic communities in lowland Canterbury waterways. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Meijer, C. (2018). Improving conservation of kōwaro (Canterbury mudfish, Neochanna burrowsius). Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Eveleens, R. (2017). Context-dependence of community responses to disturbance: disturbance history moderates the influence of disturbance types. Unpublished BSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Glenjarman, N. (2017). The impact of suspended and deposited fine inorganic sediment on New Zealand freshwater fishes.Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • White, R. (2017). The influence of drought on Neochanna apoda metapopulation persistence under global warming and land-use change. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Eden, J.S. (2016). The impacts of heavy metals on benthic Macroinvertebrate communities in Christchurch’s urban waterways.Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Thoms, C. (2016). Distribution, trapping efficiencies and feeding trials for Paranephrops zealandicus in central Canterbury.Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Zydaglo, M. (2016). Metal contamination in streams in three New Zealand cities, the effects on benthic communities and the accumulation in a New Zealand mayfly. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Hunt, S. (2015). Climate- and habitat-mediation of predator-prey interactions in an invasion context. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Klemmer, A. (2015). Unravelling the effects of multiple cross-ecosystem subsidies on food webs. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Swan, T. (2015). Distribution, occurrence, and identification of mosquito species in the Tongatapu Island Group, Kingdom of Tonga.Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Warburton, H. (2015). The role of body size in predator-prey interactions and community structure. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Bray, J.P. (2014). The invasion ecology of Didymosphenia geminataUnpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Galatowitsch, M.L. (2014). Invertebrate life history trade-offs and dispersal across a pond-permanence gradient. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Gamlen-Greene, R. (2014). Detecting current and historic marine subsidies in stream communities. Unpublished BSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Graham, S.E. (2014). Mechanisms and mitigation of nutrient-induced food-web change in stream ecosystems. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Howard, S.W. (2014). Flow-related threats to rare galaxiids in the upper Waitaki River. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Moore, T.P. (2014) Nitrate-nitrogen effects on benthic invertebrate communities in streams of the Canterbury Plains Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Umar, D. (2014). The effects of land use on stream communities in highland tropical Nigeria. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Boddy, N. (2013). Interacting global change drivers limit the distribution of a thermally-sensitive freshwater fish. Unpublished BSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Burdon F.J. (2013). Impacts of sedimentation on the structure and functioning of agricultural stream communities. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Hogsden K.L. (2013). Structure and function of food webs in acid mine drainage streams. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Porter, E.M. (2013). Riparian management: investigating public perception and the effect of land-use, groundcover and rainfall on sediment retention Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Renouf K.A. (2013). Riparian buffer zones of the Canterbury agricultural landscape as nutrient filters. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Wallace M.F. (2013). A landscape genetics based investigation into the dispersal patterns of the New Zealand mayfly Coloburiscus humeralis.Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • White, R.S.A. (2013). Powerful fish in poor environments: Energetic trade-offs drive distribution and abundance in an extremophile forest-dwelling fish. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Roberts, K. (2012). Factors limiting invertebrate recovery during stream restoration. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Schowe K.A. (2012). Diatom communities across a gradient of acid mine drainage on the West Coast, South Island, New Zealand. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Burrell, T.K. (2011). Trophic state in Canterbury waterways. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Campbell, R.E. (2011). Spatial pattern and community assembly: does the configuration of stream networks influence their community structure? Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Drummond, L.R. (2011). Influence of habitat drying on New Zealand stream macroinvertebrates. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Jellyman, P.G. (2011). Disentangling the effects of disturbance and size on stream community structure. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Stewart S. (2011). Using stable isotopes to trace the sources and fates of nitrate within mixed land-use catchments on the Banks Peninsula New Zealand. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Arthur, J. (2010). The influence of upstream forest on macroinvertebrate communities in pastoral landscapes. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Franklin, H. (2010). Understanding variation in water quality using a riverscape perspective. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Watson, T. (2010). The structure of cave communities. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Wilks, T. (2010). Response of benthic invertebrate fauna to fluctuating lake levels and salinity concentrations in Lake Ellesmere/Te Waihora. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Doehring, K. (2009). Urbanisation influences of freshwater fish distribution and remediation of migratory barriers. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Gray, D. (2009). Ecological connectivity in braided river-scapes. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Kitto, J.A. (2009). The application of ecological theory to the remediation of macroinvertebrate communities impacted by acid mine drainage. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Whitehead, A. (2009). Tools for managing threatened species: improving the effectiveness of whio conservation. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Woodford, D. (2009). Riverscape-mediated effects of introduced trout on non-diadromus galaxiid fishes in New Zealand. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Greig, H. (2008). Community assembly and food web interactions across pond permanence gradients. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Sinton, A. (2008). The ecology of freshwater communities of stock water races on the Canterbury Plains. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Wood, H. (2008). The benthic ecology and food web dynamics of Te Waihora (Lake Ellesmere). Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Bray, J.P. (2007). The ecology of algal assemblages across a gradient of acid mine drainage stress on the West Coast, South Island, New Zealand. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Greenwood, M. (2007). Effects of habitat disturbance across ecosystem boundaries. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Howard, S. (2007). Effects of trout on galaxiid growth and antipredator behaviour. Unpublished MSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Eivers, R. (2006). The response of stream ecosystems to riparian buffer width and vegetative composition in exotic plantation forests. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Fraser, I. (2006). The effects of forest fragmentation on stream invertebrate communities on Banks Peninsula. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Warburton, H. (2006). Mechanisms of low flow-induced community change: involvement of predators in low flow-enhanced invertebrate development and mortality. Unpublished BSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Barnden, A. (2005). Ecology of streams affected by iron precipitates and iron flocculants. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Eikaas, H. (2005). The effect of habitat fragmentation on native fish: a GIS approach. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Gray, D. (2005). Braided river springs: distribution, benthic ecology, and role in the landscape. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Morris, P. (2005). Genetic population structure of four taxa of aquatic insect at three hierarchial spatial scales. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • O’Brien, L. (2005). Habitat requirements and interspecific interactions of Canterbury mudfish. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Rickard, S. (2005). The effects of land management practices on dairy streams in Canterbury. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Burdon, F. (2004). The effects of stream productivity on aquatic-terrestrial linkages. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Jellyman, P. (2004). Fry survival of alpine (Galaxias paucispondylus) and Canterbury (G. vulgaris) galaxiids. Unpublished BSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Blakely, T. (2003).Factors influencing benthic communities and colonisation in a Christchurch urban stream. Unpublished BSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Bradley, A. (2003). Stream comunities in acid mine drainages: investigating longitudinal recovery and remediation possibilities. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Dunn, N. (2003). The effects of low flow on Alpine (Galaxias paucispondylus) and Canterbury (G. vulgaris) galaxiids. Unpublished MSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Greig, H. (2003). The effects of predatory trout on a detritivorous caddisfly and organic matter dynamics. Unpublished BSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Goodman, J. (2002). The ecology and conservation of short-jawed kokopu (Galaxias postvectis) in the Nelson area. Unpublished MSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Greenwood, M. (2002). Factors affecting distribution and life history of DeleatidumUnpublished BSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • McNabb, R. (2002). Factors affecting the distribution and abundance of a filter feeding mayfly, Coloburiscus humeralis, in New Zealand Streams. Unpublished MSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Bell, C. (2001). The ecology of koaro (Galaxias brevipinnis) in Manson Creek, Canterbury. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Digby, B. (2001). Production in Rakaia River. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Bonnett, M. (2000). Critical habitat features of giant kokopu. Unpublished MSc thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • Drinnan, K. (2000). Drift behaviour of mayfly nymphs. Unpublished MSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
  • McMurtrie, S. (2000). Factors affecting the abundance and distribution of a large endemic caddisfly. Unpublished MSc (hons) thesis, University of Canterbury.
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