Cassandra James
TitleCited byYear
Nitrate availability and hydrophyte species richness in shallow lakes
C James, J Fisher, V Russell, S Collings, B Moss
Freshwater biology 50 (6), 1049-1063, 2005
2012005
Spatial variability of the soil seed bank in a heterogeneous ephemeral wetland system in semi-arid Australia
CS James, SJ Capon, MG White, SC Rayburg, MC Thoms
Plant Ecology 190 (2), 205-217, 2007
832007
Nitrogen driven lakes: the Shropshire and Cheshire meres?
C James, J Fisher, B Moss
Archiv für Hydrobiologie 158 (2), 249-266, 2003
672003
Responses of three invasive aquatic macrophytes to nutrient enrichment do not explain their observed field displacements
CS James, JW Eaton, K Hardwick
Aquatic Botany 84 (4), 347-353, 2006
542006
Responses to flooding and drying in seedlings of a common Australian desert floodplain shrub: Muehlenbeckia florulenta Meisn.(tangled lignum)
SJ Capon, CS James, L Williams, GP Quinn
Environmental and Experimental Botany 66 (2), 178-185, 2009
522009
Competition between three submerged macrophytes, Elodea canadensisMichx, Elodea nuttallii (Planch.) St John andLagarosiphon major (Ridl.) Moss
CS James, JW Eaton, K Hardwick
Hydrobiologia 415, 35-40, 1999
521999
Classification and comparison of natural and altered flow regimes to support an Australian trial of the Ecological Limits of Hydrologic Alteration framework
SJ Mackay, AH Arthington, CS James
Ecohydrology 7 (6), 1485-1507, 2014
392014
Macrophytes as indicators of stream condition in the wet tropics region, Northern Queensland, Australia
SJ Mackay, CS James, AH Arthington
Ecological Indicators 10 (2), 330-340, 2010
342010
Ecological-limits-of-hydrologic-alteration: a test of the ELOHA framework in south-east Queensland
AH Arthington, SJ Mackay, CS James, RJ Rolls, D Sternberg, A Barnes, ...
Waterlines report series, 2012
262012
An asset-based, holistic, environmental flows assessment approach
CJ Gippel, NR Bond, C James, X Wang
Water Resources Development 25 (2), 301-330, 2009
262009
Are flood plain-wetland plant communities determined by seed bank composition or inundation periods?
M Webb, M Reid, S Capon, M Thoms, S Rayburg, C James
IAHS PUBLICATION 306, 241, 2006
232006
Identifying climate refuges for freshwater biodiversity across Australia
C James, J VanDerWal, S Capon, L Hodgson, N Waltham, D Ward, ...
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, 2013
222013
Waterhole ecology in the Flinders and Gilbert catchments
N Waltham, D Burrows, B Butler, J Wallace, C Thomas, C James, J Brodie
A technical report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and …, 2013
212013
Fish assemblages in subtropical rivers: low-flow hydrology dominates hydro-ecological relationships
AH Arthington, RJ Rolls, D Sternberg, SJ Mackay, CS James
Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (3-4), 594-604, 2014
202014
Nurse plant effects of a dominant shrub (Duma florulenta) on understorey vegetation in a large, semi‐arid wetland in relation to flood frequency and drying
CS James, SJ Capon, GP Quinn
Journal of Vegetation Science 26 (5), 985-994, 2015
172015
Zooplankton dynamics from inundation to drying in a complex ephemeral floodplain-wetland
CS James, MC Thoms, GP Quinn
Aquatic Sciences 70 (3), 259-271, 2008
172008
Sink or swim? Potential for high faunal turnover in Australian rivers under climate change
CS James, AE Reside, J VanDerWal, RG Pearson, D Burrows, SJ Capon, ...
Journal of biogeography 44 (3), 489-501, 2017
162017
Approaches to providing and managing environmental flows in China
X Wang, Y Zhang, C James
Water Resources Development 25 (2), 283-300, 2009
162009
Climate change issues and impacts in the Wet Tropics NRM cluster region
DW Hilbert, R Hill, C Moran, SM Turton, I Bohnet, NA Marshall, PL Pert, ...
James Cook University: Cairns, Qld, Australia, 2014
142014
Water quality in chronically nutrient-rich lakes: the example of the Shropshire-Cheshire meres
J Fisher, T Barker, C James, S Clarke
Freshwater Reviews 2 (1), 79-100, 2009
142009
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