Nick Bond
Nick Bond
Centre for Freshwater Ecosystems, La Trobe University
Verified email at latrobe.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Climate change and the world's river basins: anticipating management options
MA Palmer, CA Reidy Liermann, C Nilsson, M Flörke, J Alcamo, PS Lake, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6 (2), 81-89, 2008
6822008
Linking ecological theory with stream restoration
PS Lake, N Bond, P Reich
Freshwater biology 52 (4), 597-615, 2007
5762007
The impacts of drought on freshwater ecosystems: an Australian perspective
NR Bond, PS Lake, AH Arthington
Hydrobiologia 600 (1), 3-16, 2008
4812008
Macroinvertebrate diversity in headwater streams: a review
A Clarke, R Mac Nally, N Bond, PS Lake
Freshwater biology 53 (9), 1707-1721, 2008
3722008
Local habitat restoration in streams: constraints on the effectiveness of restoration for stream biota
NR Bond, PS Lake
Ecological Management & Restoration 4 (3), 193-198, 2003
2842003
The independent and interactive effects of fine sediment and flow on benthic invertebrate communities characteristic of small upland streams
NR Bond, BJ Downes
Freshwater Biology 48 (3), 455-465, 2003
1512003
Characterizing fish–habitat associations in streams as the first step in ecological restoration
NR Bond, PS Lake
Austral Ecology 28 (6), 611-621, 2003
1462003
Detecting range shifts among Australian fishes in response to climate change
DJ Booth, N Bond, P Macreadie
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (9), 1027-1042, 2011
1232011
Ecological restoration and large‐scale ecological disturbance: the effects of drought on the response by fish to a habitat restoration experiment
NR Bond, PS Lake
Restoration Ecology 13 (1), 39-48, 2005
1012005
Regime shifts, thresholds and multiple stable states in freshwater ecosystems; a critical appraisal of the evidence
SJ Capon, AJJ Lynch, N Bond, BC Chessman, J Davis, N Davidson, ...
Science of the Total Environment 534, 122-130, 2015
962015
Using species distribution models to infer potential climate change-induced range shifts of freshwater fish in south-eastern Australia
N Bond, J Thomson, P Reich, J Stein
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (9), 1043-1061, 2011
862011
Australian futures: freshwater ecosystems and human water usage
PS Lake, NR Bond
Futures 39 (2-3), 288-305, 2007
832007
Brave new green world–consequences of a carbon economy for the conservation of Australian biodiversity
CJA Bradshaw, DMJS Bowman, NR Bond, BP Murphy, AD Moore, ...
Biological Conservation 161, 71-90, 2013
722013
Putting the “ecology” into environmental flows: ecological dynamics and demographic modelling
W Shenton, NR Bond, JDL Yen, R Mac Nally
Environmental management 50 (1), 1-10, 2012
712012
Spatial variation in egg size and egg number reflects trade‐offs and bet‐hedging in a freshwater fish
JR Morrongiello, NR Bond, DA Crook, BBM Wong
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (4), 806-817, 2012
672012
The influences of climatic variation and vegetation on stream biota: lessons from the B ig D ry in southeastern A ustralia
JR Thomson, NR Bond, SC Cunningham, L Metzeling, P Reich, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (5), 1582-1596, 2012
652012
Dispersal of organisms in a patchy stream environment under different settlement scenarios
NR Bond, GLW Perry, BJ Downes
Journal of Animal Ecology 69 (4), 608-619, 2000
652000
When trends intersect: The challenge of protecting freshwater ecosystems under multiple land use and hydrological intensification scenarios
J Davis, AP O'Grady, A Dale, AH Arthington, PA Gell, PD Driver, N Bond, ...
Science of the Total Environment 534, 65-78, 2015
632015
Flow-related disturbance in streams: an experimental test of the role of rock movement in reducing macroinvertebrate population densities
NR Bond, BJ Downes
Marine and Freshwater Research 51 (4), 333-337, 2000
622000
Climate-change threats to native fish in degraded rivers and floodplains of the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia
SR Balcombe, F Sheldon, SJ Capon, NR Bond, WL Hadwen, N Marsh, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (9), 1099-1114, 2011
612011
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