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Will it rise or will it fall? Managing the complex effects of urbanization on base flow
AS Bhaskar, L Beesley, MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, P Hamel, CE Oldham, ...
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 293-310, 2016
1162016
Using abiotic drivers of fish spawning to inform environmental flow management
AJ King, DC Gwinn, Z Tonkin, J Mahoney, S Raymond, L Beesley
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (1), 34-43, 2016
802016
Flows for native fish in the Murray‐Darling Basin: lessons and considerations for future management
JD Koehn, AJ King, L Beesley, C Copeland, BP Zampatti, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 15, 40-50, 2014
672014
Improving ecological response monitoring of environmental flows
AJ King, B Gawne, L Beesley, JD Koehn, DL Nielsen, A Price
Environmental Management 55 (5), 991-1005, 2015
602015
Ecological resistance in urban streams: the role of natural and legacy attributes
RM Utz, KG Hopkins, L Beesley, DB Booth, RJ Hawley, ME Baker, ...
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 380-397, 2016
552016
Imperfect detection and the determination of environmental flows for fish: challenges, implications and solutions
DC Gwinn, LS Beesley, P Close, B Gawne, PM Davies
Freshwater Biology 61 (1), 172-180, 2016
532016
Does flooding affect spatiotemporal variation of fish assemblages in temperate floodplain wetlands?
L Beesley, AJ King, F Amtstaetter, JD Koehn, BEN Gawne, A Price, ...
Freshwater Biology 57 (11), 2230-2246, 2012
532012
Fish community structure in an intermittent river: the importance of environmental stability, landscape factors and within-pool habitat descriptors
LS Beesley, J Prince
Marine and Freshwater Research 61 (5), 605-614, 2010
462010
Juvenile fish response to wetland inundation: how antecedent conditions can inform environmental flow policies for native fish
LS Beesley, DC Gwinn, A Price, AJ King, B Gawne, JD Koehn, DL Nielsen
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (6), 1613-1621, 2014
442014
Hypoxic blackwater event severely impacts Murray crayfish (Euastacus armatus) populations in the Murray River, Australia
B McCarthy, S Zukowski, N Whiterod, L Vilizzi, L Beesley, A King
Austral Ecology 39 (5), 491-500, 2014
422014
Watering floodplain wetlands in the Murray–Darling Basin for native fish
L Beesley, A Price, A King, B Gawne, D Nielsen, J Koehn, S Meredith, ...
Waterlines report, National Water Commission, Canberra, 2011
382011
Nuptial feeding by male bushcrickets: an indicator of male quality?
L Simmons, L Beesley, P Lindhjem, D Newbound, J Norris, A Wayne
Behavioural Ecology 10, 263-269, 1999
351999
A Bayesian belief network decision support tool for watering wetlands to maximise native fish outcomes
B Gawne, A Price, JD Koehn, AJ King, DL Nielsen, S Meredith, L Beesley, ...
Wetlands 32 (2), 277-287, 2012
322012
Conceptualizing hydro-socio-ecological relationships to enable more integrated and inclusive water allocation planning
MM Douglas, S Jackson, CA Canham, S Laborde, L Beesley, MJ Kennard, ...
One Earth 1 (3), 361-373, 2019
272019
Optimising environmental watering of floodplain wetlands for fish
L Beesley, AJ King, B Gawne, JD Koehn, A Price, D Nielsen, F Amtstaetter, ...
Freshwater Biology 59 (10), 2024-2037, 2014
272014
Evaluating estimators of species richness: the importance of considering statistical error rates
DC Gwinn, MS Allen, KI Bonvechio, M V. Hoyer, LS Beesley
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (3), 294-302, 2016
242016
Model development of a Bayesian Belief Network for managing inundation events for wetland fish
L Vilizzi, A Price, L Beesley, B Gawne, AJ King, JD Koehn, SN Meredith, ...
Environmental modelling & software 41, 1-14, 2013
242013
Large‐scale environmental flow results in mixed outcomes with short‐term benefits for a semi‐arid floodplain plant community
C Moxham, SA Kenny, LS Beesley, DC Gwinn
Freshwater Biology 64 (1), 24-36, 2019
152019
Latitude dictates plant diversity effects on instream decomposition
L Boyero, J Pérez, N López-Rojo, AM Tonin, F Correa-Araneda, ...
Science Advances 7 (13), eabe7860, 2021
142021
Preliminary evidence suggests freshwater turtles respond positively to an environmental water delivery during drought
K Howard, L Beesley, K Ward, D Stokeld
Australian Journal of Zoology 64 (5), 370-373, 2017
142017
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