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Dr David Sharley
Science Lead, Bio2lab
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How is ecosystem health defined and measured? A critical review of freshwater and estuarine studies
A O’Brien, K Townsend, R Hale, D Sharley, V Pettigrove
Ecological Indicators 69, 722-729, 2016
1552016
Effects of native grass cover crops on beneficial and pest invertebrates in Australian vineyards
A Danne, LJ Thomson, DJ Sharley, CM Penfold, AA Hoffmann
Environmental Entomology 39 (3), 970-978, 2010
1272010
Associations between microplastic pollution and land use in urban wetland sediments
KR Townsend, HC Lu, DJ Sharley, V Pettigrove
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26, 22551-22561, 2019
1142019
The effects of soil tillage on beneficial invertebrates within the vineyard.
DJ Sharley, AA Hoffmann, LJ Thomson
1102008
Detritivores as indicators of landscape stress and soil degradation
MG Paoletti, GHR Osler, A Kinnear, DG Black, LJ Thomson, A Tsitsilas, ...
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 47 (4), 412-423, 2007
862007
Molecular identification of Chironomus spp. (Diptera) for biomonitoring of aquatic ecosystems
DJ Sharley, V Pettigrove, YM Parsons
Australian Journal of Entomology 43 (4), 359-365, 2004
732004
Linking urban land use to pollutants in constructed wetlands: Implications for stormwater and urban planning
DJ Sharley, SM Sharp, S Marshall, K Jeppe, VJ Pettigrove
Landscape and Urban Planning 162, 80-91, 2017
712017
Effect of woody vegetation at the landscape scale on the abundance of natural enemies in Australian vineyards
LJ Thomson, J McKenzie, DJ Sharley, MA Nash, A Tsitsilas, AA Hoffmann
Biological Control 54 (3), 248-254, 2010
482010
Detecting long-term temporal trends in sediment-bound trace metals from urbanised catchments
DJ Sharley, SM Sharp, S Bourgues, VJ Pettigrove
Environmental Pollution 219, 705-713, 2016
432016
Beneficial organisms as bioindicators for environmental sustainability in the grape industry in Australia
LJ Thomson, DJ Sharley, AA Hoffmann
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 47 (4), 404-411, 2007
342007
Towards sustainable environmental quality: Priority research questions for the Australasian region of Oceania
S Gaw, A Harford, V Pettigrove, G Sevicke‐Jones, T Manning, J Ataria, ...
Integrated environmental assessment and management 15 (6), 917-935, 2019
262019
Potentially toxic concentrations of synthetic pyrethroids associated with low density residential land use
S Marshall, D Sharley, K Jeppe, S Sharp, G Rose, V Pettigrove
Frontiers in Environmental Science 4, 75, 2016
262016
Effects of sediment quality on macroinvertebrates in the Sunraysia region of the Murray–Darling rivers, Australia
DJ Sharley, AA Hoffmann, V Pettigrove
Environmental pollution 156 (3), 689-698, 2008
202008
A short work-flow to effectively source faecal pollution in recreational waters–A case study
BJ Tillett, D Sharley, MIGS Almeida, I Valenzuela, AA Hoffmann, ...
Science of the total environment 644, 1503-1510, 2018
82018
Metabolomic Profiles of a Midge (Procladius villosimanus, Kieffer) Are Associated with Sediment Contamination in Urban Wetlands
KJ Jeppe, KA Kouremenos, KR Townsend, DF MacMahon, D Sharley, ...
Metabolites 7 (4), 64, 2017
52017
Native grass covercrops can contribute to pest control in vineyards
LJ Thomson, A Danne, D Sharley, M Nash, C Penfold
Australian viticulture 13 (2), 54-58, 2009
42009
In-field LAMP assay for rapid detection of human faecal contamination in environmental water
M Khodaparast, D Sharley, N Best, S Marshall, T Beddoe
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology 8 (11), 2641-2651, 2022
32022
Spatial distribution and sources identification of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Wolong Lake, Northeast China
G Zhao, W Chang, J Yan, X Li, D Tong, R Zhao, SJ David, P Tai
Chinese geographical science 27, 1003-1012, 2017
32017
Invertebrates as indicators of the effects of viticultural management in Australia
DJ Sharley
University of Melbourne, Centre for Environmental Stress and Adaptation …, 2007
12007
Determining the effects of vineyard soil tillage on beneficial soil invertebrates
D Sharley, L Thomson
The Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower and Winemaker, 44, 2005
12005
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