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River Research and Applications 29 (1), 17-55, 2013
|Niche differentiation among invasive crayfish and their impacts on ecosystem structure and functioning|
MC Jackson, T Jones, M Milligan, D Sheath, J Taylor, A Ellis, J England, ...
Freshwater Biology 59 (6), 1123-1135, 2014
|Temporary streams in temperate zones: recognizing, monitoring and restoring transitional aquatic‐terrestrial ecosystems|
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Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (4), e1223, 2017
|Monitoring, river restoration and the Water Framework Directive|
J England, KS Skinner, MG Carter
Water and Environment Journal 22 (4), 227-234, 2008
|The current state of the use of large wood in river restoration and management|
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Water and Environment Journal 33 (3), 366-377, 2019
|Physical and biological controls on fine sediment transport and storage in rivers|
MA Wilkes, JR Gittins, KL Mathers, R Mason, R Casas‐Mulet, D Vanzo, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 6 (2), e1331, 2019
|The virile crayfish, Orconectes virilis (Hagen, 1870)(Crustacea: Decapoda: Cambaridae), identified in the UK|
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Aquatic Invasions 3 (1), 102-104, 2008
|An index to track the ecological effects of drought development and recovery on riverine invertebrate communities|
RP Chadd, JA England, D Constable, MJ Dunbar, CA Extence, ...
Ecological Indicators 82, 344-356, 2017
|River bank burrowing by invasive crayfish: spatial distribution, biophysical controls and biogeomorphic significance|
M Faller, GL Harvey, AJ Henshaw, W Bertoldi, MC Bruno, J England
Science of the Total Environment 569, 1190-1200, 2016
|Does river restoration work? Taxonomic and functional trajectories at two restoration schemes|
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Science of the Total Environment 618, 961-970, 2018
|A comparison of biotic groups as dry-phase indicators of ecological quality in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams|
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Ecological Indicators 97, 165-174, 2019
|Science and management of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams (SMIRES)|
T Datry, G Singer, E Sauquet, DJ Capdevilla, D Von Schiller, ...
Research Ideas and Outcomes 3, 23 p., 2017
|MoRPh: a citizen science tool for monitoring and appraising physical habitat changes in rivers|
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Water and Environment Journal 31 (3), 418-424, 2017
|Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: what water managers need to know|
C Magand, MH Alves, E Calleja, T Datry, G Dörflinger, J England, ...
European Cooperation in Science and Technology, 2020
|Over-invasion in a freshwater ecosystem: newly introduced virile crayfish (Orconectes virilis) outcompete established invasive signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus)|
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Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 49 (1), 9-18, 2016
|Local and regional drivers influence how aquatic community diversity, resistance and resilience vary in response to drying|
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Oikos 129 (12), 1877-1890, 2020
|Assessing river condition: A multiscale approach designed for operational application in the context of biodiversity net gain|
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River Research and Applications 36 (8), 1559-1578, 2020
|Burrowing invasive species: An unquantified erosion risk at the aquatic‐terrestrial interface|
GL Harvey, AJ Henshaw, J Brasington, J England
Reviews of Geophysics 57 (3), 1018-1036, 2019
|Time‐series analysis of native and non‐native crayfish dynamics in the Thames River Basin (south‐eastern England)|
D Almeida, A Ellis, J England, GH Copp
Aquatic conservation: Marine and freshwater ecosystems 24 (2), 192-202, 2014
|Ecosystem services of temporary streams differ between wet and dry phases in regions with contrasting climates and economies|
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