|The hyporheic zone as an invertebrate refuge: a review of variability in space, time, taxa and behaviour|
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (4), 293-311, 2012
|Is the hyporheic zone a refugium for macroinvertebrates during severe low flow conditions?|
PJ Wood, AJ Boulton, S Little, R Stubbington
Fundamental and Applied Limnology/Archiv für Hydrobiologie 176 (4), 377-390, 2010
|Biomonitoring of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams in Europe: Current practice and priorities to enhance ecological status assessments|
R Stubbington, R Chadd, N Cid, Z Csabai, M Miliša, M Morais, A Munné, ...
Science of the total environment 618, 1096-1113, 2018
|The response of perennial and temporary headwater stream invertebrate communities to hydrological extremes|
R Stubbington, AM Greenwood, PJ Wood, PD Armitage, J Gunn, ...
Hydrobiologia 630, 299-312, 2009
|A global analysis of terrestrial plant litter dynamics in non-perennial waterways|
T Datry, A Foulquier, R Corti, D Von Schiller, K Tockner, C Mendoza-Lera, ...
Nature Geoscience 11 (7), 497-503, 2018
|The macroinvertebrate seedbank promotes community persistence in temporary rivers across climate zones|
R Stubbington, T Datry
Freshwater Biology 58 (6), 1202-1220, 2013
|Low flow controls on benthic and hyporheic macroinvertebrate assemblages during supra‐seasonal drought|
R Stubbington, PJ Wood, AJ Boulton
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (15), 2252-2263, 2009
|Temporary streams in temperate zones: recognizing, monitoring and restoring transitional aquatic‐terrestrial ecosystems|
R STUBBINGTON, J ENGLAND, PJ WOOD, CEM SEFTON
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, 2017
|DISPERSE, a trait database to assess the dispersal potential of European aquatic macroinvertebrates|
R Sarremejane, N Cid, R Stubbington, T Datry, M Alp, ...
Scientific Data 7 (1), 386, 2020
|Simulating rewetting events in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: A global analysis of leached nutrients and organic matter|
O Shumilova, D Zak, T Datry, D von Schiller, R Corti, A Foulquier, ...
Global change biology 25 (5), 1591-1611, 2019
|The biota of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: aquatic invertebrates|
R Stubbington, MT Bogan, N Bonada, AJ Boulton, T Datry, C Leigh, ...
Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams, 217-243, 2017
|Resistance, resilience, and community recovery in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams|
MT Bogan, ET Chester, T Datry, AL Murphy, BJ Robson, A Ruhi, ...
Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams, 349-376, 2017
|Macroinvertebrate seedbank composition in relation to antecedent duration of drying and multiple wet‐dry cycles in a temporary stream|
R Stubbington, J Gunn, S Little, TP Worrall, PJ Wood
Freshwater Biology 61 (8), 1293-1307, 2016
|Fine sediment reduces vertical migrations of Gammarus pulex (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in response to surface water loss|
AN Vadher, R Stubbington, PJ Wood
Hydrobiologia 753, 61-71, 2015
|A metacommunity approach to improve biological assessments in highly dynamic freshwater ecosystems|
N Cid, N Bonada, J Heino, M Cañedo-Argüelles, J Crabot, R Sarremejane, ...
Bioscience 70 (5), 427-438, 2020
|Spatial variability in the hyporheic zone refugium of temporary streams|
R Stubbington, PJ Wood, I Reid
Aquatic Sciences 73, 499-511, 2011
|Faunal response to benthic and hyporheic sedimentation varies with direction of vertical hydrological exchange|
KL Mathers, J Millett, AL Robertson, R Stubbington, PJ Wood
Freshwater Biology 59 (11), 2278-2289, 2014
|Benthic and hyporheic invertebrate community responses to seasonal flow recession in a groundwater‐dominated stream|
R Stubbington, PJ Wood, I Reid, J Gunn
Ecohydrology 4 (4), 500-511, 2011
|Sediment respiration pulses in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams|
D Von Schiller, T Datry, R Corti, A Foulquier, K Tockner, R Marcé, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 33 (10), 1251-1263, 2019
|Changes in invertebrate assemblage composition in benthic and hyporheic zones during a severe supraseasonal drought|
R Stubbington, AJ Boulton, S Little, PJ Wood
Freshwater Science 34 (1), 344-354, 2015