Gerard Closs
Gerard Closs
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TitleCited byYear
Spatial and temporal variation in the structure of an intermittent‐stream food web
GP Closs, PS Lake
Ecological monographs 64 (1), 1-21, 1994
1981994
Drought, differential mortality and the coexistence of a native and an introduced fish species in a south east Australian intermittent stream
GE Closs, PS Lake
Environmental Biology of fishes 47 (1), 17-26, 1996
1301996
Arthropod morphospecies versus taxonomic species: a case study with Araneae, Coleoptera, and Lepidoptera
JGB Derraik, GP Closs, KJM Dickinson, P Sirvid, BIP Barratt, BH Patrick
Conservation Biology 16 (4), 1015-1023, 2002
1242002
Behavioural responses of a south‐east Australian floodplain fish community to gradual hypoxia
DG McNeil, GP Closs
Freshwater Biology 52 (3), 412-420, 2007
1202007
Hydrological disturbance benefits a native fish at the expense of an exotic fish
F Leprieur, MA Hickey, CJ Arbuckle, GP Closs, S Brosse, CR Townsend
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (5), 930-939, 2006
1092006
Behavior of a stream-dwelling fish before, during, and after high-discharge events
BO David, GP Closs
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131 (4), 762-771, 2002
722002
The effects of size and density of carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) on water quality in an experimental pond
PD Driver, GP Closs, T Koen
Archiv für Hydrobiologie 163 (1), 117-131, 2005
672005
Spatial scale and benthic community organisation in the littoral zones of large oligotrophic lakes: potential for cross‐scale interactions
RJ Stoffels, KR Clarke, GP Closs
Freshwater Biology 50 (7), 1131-1145, 2005
642005
Relationships between land use and stream invertebrate community structure in a South Island, New Zealand, coastal stream catchment
MJ Hall, GP Closs, RH Riley
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 35 (3), 591-603, 2001
642001
Diel activity and home range size in relation to food supply in a drift-feeding stream fish
EA Hansen, GP Closs
Behavioral Ecology 16 (3), 640-648, 2005
602005
Seasonal variation in diel activity and microhabitat use of an endemic New Zealand stream‐dwelling galaxiid fish
BO David, GP Closs
Freshwater Biology 48 (10), 1765-1781, 2003
582003
Freshwater ecology: a scientific introduction
G Closs, B Downes, A Boulton
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
542009
Non‐diadromous recruitment in coastal populations of common bully (Gobiomorphus cotidianus)
GP Closs, M Smith, B Barry, A Markwitz
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 37 (2), 301-313, 2003
512003
Anti‐predator response of naïve and experienced common bully to chemical alarm cues
EA Kristensen, GP Closs
Journal of Fish Biology 64 (3), 643-652, 2004
502004
Evaluation of visible implant elastomer for individual marking of small perch and common bully
RJ Goldsmith, GP Closs, H Steen
Journal of Fish Biology 63 (3), 631-636, 2003
502003
Otolith microchemistry of two amphidromous galaxiids across an experimental salinity gradient: a multi-element approach for tracking diadromous migrations
AS Hicks, GP Closs, SE Swearer
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 394 (1-2), 86-97, 2010
472010
Effects of flow regulation on carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) recruitment in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia
PD Driver, JH Harris, GP Closs, TB Koen
River Research and Applications 21 (2‐3), 327-335, 2005
442005
Continuous remote monitoring of fish activity with restricted home ranges using radiotelemetry
BO David, GP Closs
Journal of Fish Biology 59 (3), 705-715, 2001
442001
Is diel activity determined by social rank in a drift-feeding stream fish dominance hierarchy?
BO David, GP Closs, SK Crow, EA Hansen
Animal Behaviour 74 (2), 259-263, 2007
392007
Temporal consistency in the long-term spatial distribution of macroinvertebrate drift along a stream reach
EA Hansen, GP Closs
Hydrobiologia 575 (1), 361-371, 2007
392007
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