|The effectiveness of riparian ‘restoration’on water quality—a case study of lowland streams in Canterbury, New Zealand|
KE Collins, C Doscher, HG Rennie, JG Ross
Restoration Ecology 21 (1), 40-48, 2013
|Capacity for bioreactors and riparian rehabilitation to enhance nitrate attenuation in agricultural streams|
BC Goeller, LF Burbery, CM Febria, KE Collins, NJ Burrows, KS Simon, ...
Ecological Engineering 134, 65-77, 2019
|Springs drive downstream nitrate export from artificially-drained agricultural headwater catchments|
BC Goeller, CM Febria, HJ Warburton, KL Hogsden, KE Collins, ...
Science of The Total Environment 671, 119-128, 2019
|Evaluating practical macrophyte control tools on small agricultural waterways in Canterbury, New Zealand|
KE Collins, CM Febria, HJ Warburton, HS Devlin, KL Hogsden, ...
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 53 (2), 182-200, 2019
|Benefits of riparian planting: A case study of lowland streams in the Lake Ellesmere catchment|
Lincoln University, 2011
|Trialling tools using hand-weeding, weed mat and artificial shading to control nuisance macrophyte growth at multiple scales in small agricultural waterways|
KE Collins, CM Febria, HS Devlin, KL Hogsden, HJ Warburton, ...
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 1-15, 2020
|Testing and developing tools for macrophyte management in small Canterbury agricultural waterways.|
University of Canterbury, 2018