Rick Stoffels
Rick Stoffels
NIWA, Christchurch, New Zealand
Verified email at niwa.co.nz
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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
Length‐mass models for some common New Zealand littoral‐benthic macroinvertebrates, with a note on within‐taxon variability in parameter values among published models
RJ Stoffels, S Karbe, RA Paterson
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 37 (2), 449-460, 2003
Ontogenetic variation in the diurnal food and habitat associations of an endemic and an exotic fish in floodplain ponds: consequences for niche partitioning
RJ Stoffels, P Humphries
Environmental Biology of Fishes 66 (3), 293-305, 2003
Dynamics of fish dispersal during river-floodplain connectivity and its implications for community assembly
RJ Stoffels, RA Rehwinkel, AE Price, WF Fagan
Aquatic Sciences 78, 355-365, 2016
Response of a floodplain fish community to river-floodplain connectivity: natural versus managed reconnection
RJ Stoffels, KR Clarke, RA Rehwinkel, BJ McCarthy
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71 (2), 236-245, 2014
Physiological trade-offs along a fast-slow lifestyle continuum in fishes: what do they tell us about resistance and resilience to hypoxia?
RJ Stoffels
PLoS One 10 (6), e0130303, 2015
Science to support the management of riverine flows
RJ Stoffels, NR Bond, S Nicol
Freshwater Biology 63 (8), 996-1010, 2018
Long Term Intervention Monitoring Logic and Rationale Document Final Report prepared for the Commonwealth Environmental Water Office by The Murray-Darling Freshwater Research …
B Gawne, S Brooks, R Butcher, P Cottingham, P Everingham, J Hale, ...
MDFRC Publication 1, 2013, 2013
The effects of turbidity, prey density and environmental complexity on the feeding of juvenile Murray cod Maccullochella peelii
S Allen‐Ankins, RJ Stoffels, PA Pridmore, MT Vogel
Journal of Fish Biology 80 (1), 195-206, 2012
Riverscape recruitment: a conceptual synthesis of drivers of fish recruitment in rivers
P Humphries, A King, N McCasker, RK Kopf, R Stoffels, B Zampatti, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 77 (2), 213-225, 2020
Spatial organisation and behavioural interaction of giant kokopu (Galaxias argenteus) in two stream pools differing in fish density
BO David, RJ Stoffels
Taylor & Francis Group 37 (2), 315-322, 2003
Invasive willows drive instream community structure
PJ McInerney, GN Rees, B Gawne, P Suter, G Watson, RJ Stoffels
Freshwater Biology 61 (9), 1379-1391, 2016
Single-locus polymorphism in a heterogeneous two-deme model
B Star, RJ Stoffels, HG Spencer
Genetics 176 (3), 1625-1633, 2007
Multiple scales and the relationship between density and spatial aggregation in littoral zone communities
RJ Stoffels, GP Closs, CW Burns
Oikos 103 (1), 81-92, 2003
Temporal dynamics of a local fish community are strongly affected by immigration from the surrounding metacommunity
RJ Stoffels, KR Clarke, DS Linklater
Ecology and Evolution 5 (1), 200-212, 2015
Evolution of fitnesses and allele frequencies in a population with spatially heterogeneous selection pressures
B Star, RJ Stoffels, HG Spencer
Genetics 177 (3), 1743-1751, 2007
Morphology, metabolism and behaviour: responses of three fishes with different lifestyles to acute hypoxia
GK Dwyer, RJ Stoffels, PA Pridmore
Freshwater biology 59 (4), 819-831, 2014
Commonwealth Environmental Water Office Long Term Intervention Monitoring Project–Standard Methods
J Hale, R Stoffels, R Butcher, M Shackleton, S Brooks, B Gawne, ...
Commonwealth Environmental Water Office by The Murray-Darling Freshwater …, 2014
What do metabolic rates tell us about thermal niches? Mechanisms driving crayfish distributions along an altitudinal gradient
RJ Stoffels, AJ Richardson, MT Vogel, SP Coates, WJ Müller
Oecologia 180 (1), 45-54, 2016
Trophic ecology
RJ Stoffels
Ecology of Australian Freshwater Fishes, 131-158, 2013
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