Brendan Hicks
Brendan Hicks
Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Waikato
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Responses of salmonids to habitat changes
BJ Hicks, JD Hall, PA Bisson, JR Sedell
American Fisheries Society, 1991
Long‐term changes in streamflow following logging in western Oregon and associated fisheries implications
BJ Hicks, RL Beschta, RD Harr
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 27 (2), 217-226, 1991
New Zealand stream crayfish: functional omnivores but trophic predators?
SM Parkyn, KJ Collier, BJ Hicks
Freshwater Biology 46 (5), 641-652, 2001
Food webs in forest and pasture streams in the Waikato region, New Zealand: a study based on analyses of stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen, and fish gut contents
BJ Hicks
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 31 (5), 651-664, 1997
Evaluating techniques for sampling stream crayfish (Paranephrops planifrons)
CF Rabeni, KJ Collier, SM Parkyn, BJ Hicks
New Zealand journal of marine and freshwater research 31 (5), 693-700, 1997
Landsat remote sensing of chlorophyll a concentrations in central North Island lakes of New Zealand
MG Allan, DP Hamilton, BJ Hicks, L Brabyn
International Journal of Remote Sensing 32 (7), 2037-2055, 2011
Marine-derived nitrogen and carbon in freshwater-riparian food webs of the Copper River Delta, southcentral Alaska
BJ Hicks, MS Wipfli, DW Lang, ME Lang
Oecologia 144, 558-569, 2005
The stable carbon isotope ratios of fish and their invertebrate prey in four New Zealand rivers
JS Rounick, BJ Hicks
Freshwater biology 15 (2), 207-214, 1985
Remote sensing big data for water environment monitoring: current status, challenges, and future prospects
J Chen, S Chen, R Fu, D Li, H Jiang, C Wang, Y Peng, K Jia, BJ Hicks
Earth's Future 10 (2), e2021EF002289, 2022
Nitrogen Fixation Associated with the New Zealand Mangrove (Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh. var. resinifera (Forst. f.) Bakh.)
BJ Hicks, WB Silvester
Applied and environmental microbiology 49 (4), 955-959, 1985
Consumption of submerged aquatic macrophytes by rudd (Scardinius erythrophthalmus L.) in New Zealand
MD Lake, BJ Hicks, RDS Wells, TM Dugdale
Hydrobiologia 470, 13-22, 2002
Age composition, growth, and reproduction of koi carp (Cyprinus carpio) in the lower Waikato region, New Zealand
GATW Tempero, N Ling, BJ Hicks, MW Osborne
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 40 (4), 571-583, 2006
Image data fusion for the remote sensing of freshwater environments
S Ashraf, L Brabyn, BJ Hicks
Applied Geography 32 (2), 619-628, 2012
Land use, associated eel production, and abundance of fish and crayfish in streams in Waikato, New Zealand
BJ Hicks, HMC McCaughan
New Zealand journal of marine and freshwater research 31 (5), 635-650, 1997
Hindcasting water clarity from Landsat satellite images of unmonitored shallow lakes in the Waikato region, New Zealand
BJ Hicks, GA Stichbury, LK Brabyn, MG Allan, S Ashraf
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 185, 7245-7261, 2013
Spatial and temporal patterns of carbon flow in a temperate, large river food web
MA Pingram, KJ Collier, DP Hamilton, BJ Hicks, BO David
Hydrobiologia 729, 107-131, 2014
Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios can estimate anionic polyacrylamide degradation in soil
JA Entry, RE Sojka, BJ Hicks
Geoderma 145 (1-2), 8-16, 2008
Growth and population dynamics of crayfish Paranephrops planifrons in streams within native forest and pastoral land uses
SM Parkyn, KJ Collier, BJ Hicks
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 36 (4), 847-862, 2002
Age and growth of longfinned eels (Anguilla dieffenbachii) in pastoral and forested streams in the Waikato River basin, and in two hydroelectric lakes in the North …
BL Chisnall, BJ Hicks
New Zealand journal of marine and freshwater research 27 (3), 317-332, 1993
Attraction of migratory inanga (Galaxias maculatus) and koaro (Galaxias brevipinnis) juveniles to adult galaxiid odours
CF Baker, BJ Hicks
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 37 (2), 291-299, 2003
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