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Collection's Items (Sorted by Issue Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 896
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2019Comparison of the alternative models SOURCE and SWAT for predicting catchment streamflow, sediment and nutrient loads under the effect of land use changesNguyen, H.; Recknagel, F.; Meyer, W.; Frizenschaf, J.; Ying, H.; Gibbs, M.
2019An Akania (Akaniaceae) inflorescence with associated pollen from the early Miocene of New ZealandConran, J.; Kaulfuss, U.; Bannister, J.; Mildenhall, D.; Lee, D.
2019The mechanisms by which oysters facilitate invertebrates vary across environmental gradientsMcAfee, D.; Bishop, M.
2019Mitochondrial genomes from New Zealand's extinct adzebills (Aves: Aptornithidae: Aptornis) support a sister-taxon relationship with the Afro-Madagascan SarothruridaeBoast, A.; Chapman, B.; Herrera, M.; Worthy, T.; Scofield, R.; Tennyson, A.; Houde, P.; Bunce, M.; Cooper, A.; Mitchell, K.
2018Measuring genome-wide genetic variation to reassess subspecies classifications in Dodonaea viscosa (Sapindaceae)Christmas, M.; Biffin, E.; Lowe, A.
2018Land in balance: the scientific conceptual framework for land degradation neutralityCowie, A.; Orr, B.; Castillo Sanchez, V.; Chasek, P.; Crossman, N.; Erlewein, A.; Louwagie, G.; Maron, M.; Metternicht, G.; Minelli, S.; Tengberg, A.; Walter, S.; Welton, S.
2018Ecological informatics: Data management and knowledge discoveryRecknagel, F.; Michener, W.
2018Coprolites reveal ecological interactions lost with the extinction of New Zealand birdsBoast, A.; Weyrich, L.; Wood, J.; Metcalf, J.; Knight, R.; Cooper, A.
2018Early Eocene Ripogonaceae leaf macrofossils from New ZealandConran, J.; Kennedy, E.; Bannister, J.
2018Intraspecific differences in the transcriptional stress response of two populations of Sydney rock oyster increase with rising temperaturesMcAfee, D.; Cumbo, V.; Bishop, M.; Raftos, D.
2018High-throughput eDNA monitoring of fungi to track functional recovery in ecological restorationYan, D.; Mills, J.; Gellie, N.; Bissett, A.; Lowe, A.; Breed, M.
2018Dissecting the null model for biological invasions: a meta-analysis of the propagule pressure effectCassey, P.; Delean, S.; Lockwood, J.; Sadowski, J.; Blackburn, T.
2018China's ambitious ecological red linesXu, X.; Tan, Y.; Yang, G.; Barnett, J.
2018Drones count wildlife more accurately and precisely than humansHodgson, J.; Mott, R.; Baylis, S.; Pham, T.; Wotherspoon, S.; Kilpatrick, A.; Raja Segaran, R.; Reid, I.; Terauds, A.; Koh, L.
2018Ecological complexity buffers the impacts of future climate on marine consumersGoldenberg, S.; Nagelkerken, I.; Marangon, E.; Bonnet, A.; Ferreira, C.; Connell, S.
2018Ancient mitochondrial genomes reveal the demographic history and phylogeography of the extinct, enigmatic thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus)White, L.; Mitchell, K.; Austin, J.
2018Modelling of THM formation potential and DOM removal based on drinking water catchment characteristicsAwad, J.; Fisk, C.; Cox, J.; Anderson, S.; van Leeuwen, J.
2018Colony formation in two Microcystis morphotypes: effects of temperature and nutrient availabilityDuan, Z.; Tan, X.; Parajuli, K.; Upadhyay, S.; Zhang, D.; Shu, X.; Liu, Q.
2018Generating narratives on bushfire risk and biodiversity values to inform environmental policyMoskwa, E.; Bardsley, D.K.; Robinson, G.M.; Weber, D.
2018Living with bushfire: Recognising ecological sophistication to manage risk while retaining biodiversity valuesMoskwa, E.; Bardsley, D.; Weber, D.; Robinson, G.
Collection's Items (Sorted by Issue Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 896