Paul Reich
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Linking ecological theory with stream restoration
PS Lake, N Bond, P Reich
Freshwater biology 52 (4), 597-615, 2007
Terrestrial detritus supports the food webs in lowland intermittent streams of south‐eastern Australia: a stable isotope study
DJ Reid, GP Quinn, PS Lake, P Reich
Freshwater Biology 53 (10), 2036-2050, 2008
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
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
Experimental evidence for physical cues involved in oviposition site selection of lotic hydrobiosid caddis flies
P Reich, BJ Downes
Oecologia 136 (3), 465-475, 2003
Linking landscape patterns of resource distribution with models of aggregation in ovipositing stream insects
J Lancaster, BJ Downes, P Reich
Journal of Animal Ecology 72 (6), 969-978, 2003
The distribution of aquatic invertebrate egg masses in relation to physical characteristics of oviposition sites at two Victorian upland streams
P Reich, BJ Downes
Freshwater Biology 48 (9), 1497-1513, 2003
Using biological information to support proactive strategies for managing freshwater fish during drought
DA Crook, P Reich, NR Bond, D McMaster, JD Koehn, PS Lake
Marine and Freshwater Research 61 (3), 379-387, 2010
Ecological risks and opportunities from engineered artificial flooding as a means of achieving environmental flow objectives
N Bond, J Costelloe, A King, D Warfe, P Reich, S Balcombe
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (7), 386-394, 2014
Soil seed banks of degraded riparian zones in southeastern Australia and their potential contribution to the restoration of understorey vegetation
L Williams, P Reich, SJ Capon, E Raulings
River Research and Applications 24 (7), 1002-1017, 2008
Examining the ecological consequences of restoring flow intermittency to artificially perennial lowland streams: patterns and predictions from the Broken—Boosey creek system …
P Reich, D McMaster, N Bond, L Metzeling, PS Lake
River Research and Applications 26 (5), 529-545, 2010
Effects of flow regulation on disturbance frequencies and in‐channel bryophytes and macroalgae in some upland streams
BJ Downes, TJ Entwisle, P Reich
River Research and Applications 19 (1), 27-42, 2003
Floods down rivers: from damaging to replenishing forces
S Lake, N Bond, P Reich
Advances in Ecological Research 39, 41-62, 2006
Association of reduced riparian vegetation cover in agricultural landscapes with coarse detritus dynamics in lowland streams
DJ Reid, PS Lake, GP Quinn, P Reich
Marine and Freshwater Research 59 (11), 998-1014, 2008
Minimum width requirements for riparian zones to protect flowing waters and to conserve biodiversity: a review and recommendations with application to the State of Victoria
B Hansen, P Reich, PS Lake, T Cavagnaro
Monash University, Melbourne, 2010
Extreme hydrological events and the ecological restoration of flowing waters
P Reich, PS Lake
Freshwater Biology 60 (12), 2639-2652, 2015
Bird assemblages of a fragmented agricultural landscape and the relative importance of vegetation structure and landscape pattern
M Johnson, P Reich, R Mac Nally
Wildlife Research 34 (3), 185-193, 2007
Trajectories of change: riparian vegetation and soil conditions following livestock removal and replanting
B Burger, P Reich, TR Cavagnaro
Austral Ecology 35 (8), 980-987, 2010
Relating larval distributions to patterns of oviposition: evidence from lotic hydrobiosid caddisflies
P Reich, BJ Downes
Freshwater Biology 49 (11), 1423-1436, 2004
What is the spatial structure of stream insect populations? Dispersal behaviour of different life-history stages
BJ Downes, P Reich
Aquatic insects: Challenges to populations, 184-203, 2008
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