Kim Jenkins
Kim Jenkins
Senior Lecturer, Australian Wetlands, Rivers and Landscapes Centre, University of New South Wales
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Connectivity in a dryland river: Short‐term aquatic microinvertebrate recruitment following floodplain inundation
KM Jenkins, AJ Boulton
Ecology 84 (10), 2708-2723, 2003
The potential role of waterbirds in dispersing invertebrates and plants in arid Australia
AJ Green, KM Jenkins, D Bell, PJ Morris, RT Kingsford
Freshwater Biology 53 (2), 380-392, 2008
Imposed hydrological stability on lakes in arid Australia and effects on waterbirds
RT Kingsford, KM Jenkins, JL Porter
Ecology 85 (9), 2478-2492, 2004
Detecting impacts and setting restoration targets in arid‐zone rivers: aquatic micro‐invertebrate responses to reduced floodplain inundation
KM Jenkins, AJ Boulton
Journal of Applied Ecology 44 (4), 823-832, 2007
Small environmental flows, drought and the role of refugia for freshwater fish in the Macquarie Marshes, arid Australia
TS Rayner, KM Jenkins, RT Kingsford
Ecohydrology: Ecosystems, Land and Water Process Interactions …, 2009
A common parched future? Research and management of Australian arid-zone floodplain wetlands
KM Jenkins, AJ Boulton, DS Ryder
Hydrobiologia 552 (1), 57-73, 2005
Natural disturbance and aquatic invertebrates in desert rivers
A Boulton, F Sheldon, KM Jenkins
Ecology of Desert Rivers, 2006
Flood regimes and invertebrate communities in floodplain wetlands
AJ Boulton, KM Jenkins
Wetlands in a dry land: Understanding for management, 137-147, 1998
Community dynamics of invertebrates emerging from reflooded lake sediments: flood pulse and aeolian influences
KM Jenkins, AJ Boulton
International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 24, 179-192, 1998
The effect of regulating the Lachlan River on the Booligal Wetlands–the floodplain red gum swamps
JL Armstrong, RT Kingsford, KM Jenkins
Report from University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2009
Climate change and freshwater ecosystems in Oceania: an assessment of vulnerability and adaptation opportunities.
KM Jenkins, RT Kingsford, GP Closs, BJ Wolfenden, CD Matthaei, SE Hay
Pacific conservation biology 17 (3), 201-219, 2011
Limits to climate change adaptation in floodplain wetlands: the Macquarie Marshes
KM Jenkins
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, 2012
Commonwealth Environmental Water Office long-term intervention monitoring project Murrumbidgee River System selected area evaluation. Technical report 2014-18: Report prepared …
S Wassens, J Spencer, B Wolfenden, J Thiem, R Thomas, K Jenkins, ...
Commonwealth of Australia, 2018
Guidelines for managing cropping on lakes in the Murray-Darling Basin
SV Briggs, K Jenkins
National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1997
The ecological response of insectivorous bats to coastal lagoon degradation
BK Clarke-Wood, KM Jenkins, BS Law, RV Blakey
Biological Conservation 202, 10-19, 2016
The role of science in planning, policy and conservation of river ecosystems
C Dahm, A Boulton, L Correa, R Kingsford, K Jenkins, F Sheldon
River conservation: challenges and opportunities. Fundación BBVA, Bilbao …, 2013
Wetland invertebrates and flood frequency on lakes along Teryaweynya Creek
K Jenkins, S Briggs
NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service, 1997
Developing indicators for floodplain wetlands: managing water in agricultural landscapes
K Jenkins, R Kingsford, D Ryder
Chiang Mai Journal of Science 36, 224-235, 2009
Measuring ecosystem responses to flow across temporal and spatial scales
RT Kingsford, KJ Brandis, KM Jenkins, LC Nairn, TS Rayner
Ecosystem response modelling in the Murray-Darling Basin, 15-36, 2010
Fish, water quality and macroinvertebrates in the Macquarie Marshes in winter and spring 2003
KM Jenkins, M Asmus, DS Ryder, BJ Wolfenden
Report to Macquarie Marshes Management Committee, NSW Department of …, 2004
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