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Edwin Chester
Edwin Chester
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Anthropogenic refuges for freshwater biodiversity: their ecological characteristics and management
ET Chester, BJ Robson
Biological Conservation 166, 64-75, 2013
2692013
Drought refuges, spatial scale and recolonisation by invertebrates in non‐perennial streams
ET Chester, BJ Robson
Freshwater Biology 56 (10), 2094-2104, 2011
1652011
Why life history information matters: drought refuges and macroinvertebrate persistence in non-perennial streams subject to a drier climate
BJ Robson, ET Chester, CM Austin
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (7), 801-810, 2011
1542011
Freshwater invertebrate life history strategies for surviving desiccation
SR Strachan, ET Chester, BJ Robson
Springer Science Reviews 3, 57-75, 2015
1252015
Seasonal variability in whale encounters in the Western Antarctic Peninsula
D Thiele, ET Chester, SE Moore, A Širovic, JA Hildebrand, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 51 (17-19), 2311-2325, 2004
1182004
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
872017
Disturbance and the role of refuges in mediterranean climate streams
BJ Robson, ET Chester, BD Mitchell, TG Matthews
Hydrobiologia 719, 77-91, 2013
792013
Cetacean distribution off Eastern Antarctica (80–150 E) during the Austral summer of 1995/1996
D Thiele, ET Chester, PC Gill
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 47 (12-13), 2543-2572, 2000
732000
Spatial patterns of invertebrate species richness in a river: the relationship between riffles and microhabitats
BJ Robson, ET Chester
Australian Journal of Ecology 24 (6), 599-607, 1999
671999
Microrefuges from drying for invertebrates in a seasonal wetland
SR Strachan, ET Chester, BJ Robson
Freshwater Biology 59 (12), 2528-2538, 2014
562014
Drought survival strategies, dispersal potential and persistence of invertebrate species in an intermittent stream landscape
ET Chester, AD Miller, I Valenzuela, SJ Wickson, BJ Robson
Freshwater Biology 60 (10), 2066-2083, 2015
492015
Macroinvertebrate response to environmental flows in headwater streams in western Victoria, Australia
JK Mackie, ET Chester, TG Matthews, BJ Robson
Ecological Engineering 53, 100-105, 2013
382013
Aestivation provides flexible mechanisms for survival of stream drying in a larval trichopteran (Leptoceridae)
S Wickson, ET Chester, BJ Robson
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (9), 821-826, 2012
332012
Identification and management of refuges for aquatic organisms
BJ Robson, ET Chester, BD Mitchell, TG Matthews
272008
Manipulating the intensity of near-bed turbulence in rivers: effects on benthic invertebrates.
BJ Robson, ET Chester, JA Davis
Freshwater Biology 42 (4), 1999
251999
An outcome-based model for predicting recovery pathways in restored ecosystems: The Recovery Cascade Model
BJ Robson, BD Mitchell, ET Chester
Ecological Engineering 37 (9), 1379-1386, 2011
222011
Constraints upon the response of fish and crayfish to environmental flow releases in a regulated headwater stream network
ET Chester, TG Matthews, TJ Howson, K Johnston, JK Mackie, ...
PLoS One 9 (3), e91925, 2014
212014
Life‐history traits are poor predictors of species responses to flow regime change in headwater streams
N Carey, ET Chester, BJ Robson
Global Change Biology 27 (15), 3547-3564, 2021
202021
Post-wildfire recovery of invertebrate diversity in drought-affected headwater streams
BJ Robson, ET Chester, TG Matthews, K Johnston
Aquatic Sciences 80, 1-15, 2018
192018
Flow regime change alters shredder identity but not leaf litter decomposition in headwater streams affected by severe, permanent drying
N Carey, ET Chester, BJ Robson
Freshwater Biology 66 (9), 1813-1830, 2021
162021
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