Bruno David
Bruno David
Freshwater ecologist Waikato Regional Council
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Conservation status of New Zealand freshwater fish, 2009
R Allibone, B David, R Hitchmough, D Jellyman, N Ling, P Ravenscroft, ...
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 44 (4), 271-287, 2010
Conservation status of New Zealand freshwater fish, 2013
J Goodman, NR Dunn, PJ Ravenscroft, RM Allibone, J Boubee, BO David, ...
Publishing Team, Department of Conversation, 2014
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
Conservation status of New Zealand freshwater fishes, 2017
NR Dunn, RM Allibone, G Closs, S Crow, BO David, J Goodman, ...
Publishing Team, Department of Conservation, 2018
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
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
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
Carbon sources supporting large river food webs: a review of ecological theories and evidence from stable isotopes
MA Pingram, KJ Collier, DP Hamilton, BO David, BJ Hicks
Freshwater Reviews 5 (2), 85-103, 2012
New Zealand freshwater fish sampling protocols: Part 1. Wadeable river & streams: Field guide
M Joy, BO David, MD Lake
Ecology Group, Institute of Natural Resources, Massey University, 2013
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
Acoustic and radio-transmitter retention in common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in New Zealand
AJ Daniel, BJ Hicks, N Ling, BO David
Marine and Freshwater Research 60 (4), 328-333, 2009
Learning the ropes: mussel spat ropes improve fish and shrimp passage through culverts
BO David, JD Tonkin, KWT Taipeti, HT Hokianga
Journal of applied ecology 51 (1), 214-223, 2014
Evidence of flexible recruitment strategies in coastal populations of giant kokopu (Galaxias argenteus)
B David, L Chadderton, G Closs, B Barry, A Markwitz
DOC Science Internal Series 160, 1-23, 2004
Remediation of a perched stream culvert with ropes improves fish passage
BO David, MP Hamer
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (5), 440-449, 2012
To sea or not to sea? Multiple lines of evidence reveal the contribution of non‐diadromous recruitment for supporting endemic fish populations within New Zealand's longest river
BO David, M Jarvis, D Ízkundakci, KJ Collier, AS Hicks, M Reid
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29 (9), 1409-1423, 2019
Movements of radio-and acoustic-tagged adult koi carp in the Waikato River, New Zealand
AJ Daniel, BJ Hicks, N Ling, BO David
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 31 (2), 352-362, 2011
Distribution of fish in tributaries of the lower Taieri/Waipori rivers, South Island, New Zealand
BO David, GP Closs, CJ Arbuckle
Taylor & Francis Group 36 (4), 797-808, 2002
Ontogenetic shift in nocturnal microhabitat selection by giant kokopu in a New Zealand stream
AL Whitehead, BO David, GP Closs
Journal of Fish Biology 61 (6), 1373-1385, 2002
Lake and species specific patterns of non-diadromous recruitment in amphidromous fish: the importance of local recruitment and habitat requirements
AS Hicks, MG Jarvis, BO David, JM Waters, MD Norman, GP Closs
Marine and freshwater research 68 (12), 2315-2323, 2017
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
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