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The contribution of flood disturbance, catchment geology and land use to the habitat template of periphyton in stream ecosystems. Freshwater Biology. 33:419-438.. 1995.
Disturbance of stream periphyton by perturbations in shear stress: time to structural failure and differences in community resistance. Journal of Phycology. 31:233-241.. 1995.
Eutrophication of streams and rivers: dissolved nutrient-chlorophyll relationships for benthic algae. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 19(1):17-31.. 2000.
A habitat matrix conceptual model for stream periphyton. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie. 143(1):21-56.. 1998.
Hydraulic habitat of plants in streams. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management. 12:131-144.. 1996.
Hydraulic habitat suitability for periphyton in rivers. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management. 12:251-261.. 1996.
Microform bed clusters as refugia for periphyton in a flood-prone headwater stream. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 32:363-374.. 1998.
Nutrient limitation of algal biomass accrual in streams: seasonal patterns and a comparison of methods. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 18(2):242-260.. 1999.
Patterns in benthic algae in streams. Algal Ecology. :31-56.. 1996.
Periphyton development in three valley segments of a New Zealand grassland river: test of a habitat matrix conceptual model within a catchment. Archiv fur Mikrobiologie. 143(2):147-177.. 1998.
Periphyton responses to a hydraulic gradient in a regulated river in New Zealand. Freshwater Biology. 32:49-59.. 1994.
Resource stress alters hydrological disturbance effects in a stream periphyton community. Oikos. 85:95-108.. 1999.
Responses of two trophic levels to patch enrichment along a New Zealand stream continuum. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 28(2):119-134.. 1994.