Bruce Chessman
Bruce Chessman
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Rapid assessment of rivers using macroinvertebrates: a procedure based on habitat‐specific sampling, family level identification and a biotic index
BC Chessman
Australian journal of ecology 20 (1), 122-129, 1995
New sensitivity grades for Australian river macroinvertebrates
BC Chessman
Marine and Freshwater Research 54 (2), 95-103, 2003
Predicting diatom communities at the genus level for the rapid biological assessment of rivers
B Chessman, I Growns, J Currey, N Plunkett‐Cole
Freshwater Biology 41 (2), 317-331, 1999
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
Climatic changes and 13‐year trends in stream macroinvertebrate assemblages in New South Wales, Australia
BC Chessman
Global Change Biology 15 (11), 2791-2802, 2009
Measuring the impact of sewage effluent on the macroinvertebrate community of an upland stream: the effect of different levels of taxonomic resolution and quantification
IA Wright, BC Chessman, PG Fairweather, LJ Benson
Australian Journal of Ecology 20 (1), 142-149, 1995
Bioassessment without reference sites: use of environmental filters to predict natural assemblages of river macroinvertebrates
BC Chessman, MJ Royal
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 23 (3), 599-615, 2004
Bioassessment of streams with macroinvertebrates: effect of sampled habitat and taxonomic resolution
B Chessman, S Williams, C Besley
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26 (3), 546-565, 2007
Scaling biodiversity responses to hydrological regimes
RJ Rolls, J Heino, DS Ryder, BC Chessman, IO Growns, RM Thompson, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (2), 971-995, 2018
Dietary studies of aquatic insects from two Victorian rivers
BC Chessman
Marine and Freshwater Research 37 (2), 129-146, 1986
Identifying species at risk from climate change: Traits predict the drought vulnerability of freshwater fishes
BC Chessman
Biological Conservation 160, 40-49, 2013
Influence of sample quantification and taxonomic resolution on the ordination of macroinvertebrate communities from running waters in Victoria, Australia
R Marchant, LA Barmuta, BC Chessman
Marine and Freshwater Research 46 (2), 501-506, 1995
Rapid assessment of Australian rivers using macroinvertebrates: cost and efficiency of 6 methods of sample processing
JE Growns, BC Chessman, JE Jackson, DG Ross
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 16 (3), 682-693, 1997
Linking geomorphic character, behaviour and condition to fluvial biodiversity: implications for river management
BC Chessman, KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 16 (3), 267-288, 2006
Towards diagnostic biotic indices for river macroinvertebrates
BC Chessman, PK McEvoy
Hydrobiologia 364, 169-182, 1997
A diatom species index for bioassessment of Australian rivers
BC Chessman, N Bate, PA Gell, P Newall
Marine and freshwater research 58 (6), 542-557, 2007
Objective derivation of macro invertebrate family sensitivity grade numbers for the SIGNAL biotic index: application to the Hunter River system, New South Wales
BC Chessman, JE Growns, AR Kotlash
Marine and freshwater research 48 (2), 159-172, 1997
SIGNAL 2. iv: A Scoring System for Macroinvertebrates (water Bugs') in Australian Rivers: User Manual
BC Chessman
Department of the Environment and Heritage, 2003
Limiting nutrients for periphyton growth in sub‐alpine, forest, agricultural and urban streams
BC Chessman, PE Hutton, JM Burch
Freshwater Biology 28 (3), 349-361, 1992
Effects of water sample preservation and storage on nitrogen and phosphorus determinations: implications for the use of automated sampling equipment
AR Kotlash, BC Chessman
Water Research 32 (12), 3731-3737, 1998
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