Publications

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Bell, R.; Green, M.; Hume, T.; Gorman, R. (2000). What regulates sedimentation in estuaries? Water & Atmosphere 8(4): 13–16.

Davies-Colley, R.; Nagels, J.; Donnison, A.; Muirhead, R. (2004). Flood flushing of bugs in agricultural streams. Water & Atmosphere 12(2): 18–20.

Green, M. (2003.) The dance of the turbid fringe. Water & Atmosphere 11(2): 20–21.

Green, M.; Ellis, J.; Schwarz, A.-M.; Lind, D.; Bluck, B. (2003). For and against mangrove control. NIWA Information Series No. 31. 8 p.

Halliday, J.; Thrush, J.; Hewitt, J.; Funnell, G. (2004). How will habitat change affect intertidal animals in estuaries? Water & Atmosphere 12(1): 19–21.

Hancock, H.; Hewitt, J. (2004). Modelling the effects of muddy waters on shellfish. Water & Atmosphere 12(2): 16–17.

Hewitt, J. (2002). Effect of increased suspended sediment on suspension-feeding shellfish. Water & Atmosphere 10(4): 26–27.

Hume, T.; Swales, A. (2003). How estuaries grow old. Water & Atmosphere 11(1): 14–15.

Lohrer, D. (2003). Burrowing by heart urchins: an important function in soft-sediment ecosystems. Water & Atmosphere 11(4): 13–14.

Lohrer, D.; Hancock, N. (2004). Marine soft sediments: more diversity than meets the eye. Water & Atmosphere 12(3): 26–27.

Lundquist, C.; Hatton, S. (2004). Winds, waves and recovery from sedimentation in estuaries. Water & Atmosphere 12(1): 22–23.

Morrison, M.; Carbines, G. (2004). Let sleeping fish lie. Water & Atmosphere 12(2): 21.

Morrison, M.; Francis, J. (2000). Intertidal flats in estuaries: are they useful to fish? Water & Atmosphere 8(2): 26–28.

Nicholls, P. (2002). Determining impacts on marine ecosystems: the concept of key species. Water & Atmosphere 10(2): 22–23.

Nicholls, P. (2002). Sediment dumps in estuaries: filling in the gaps with a risk map. Water & Atmosphere 10(4): 22–23

Nicholls, P.; Ellis, J. (2002). Fringing habitats in estuaries: the sediment–mangrove connection. Water & Atmosphere 10(4): 24–25

Nicholls, P.;Schwarz, A.-M.; Hancock, N. (2004). Nutrient enrichment in mangrove ecosystems: a growing concern. Water & Atmosphere 12(4): 16–17.

Read, G.; Handley, S. (2004). New alien mudworm now becoming a pest in longline mussels. Water & Atmosphere 12(3): 30–31.

Safi, K. (1998). Estuarine microbial food webs. Water & Atmosphere 6(2): 17–19.

Schwarz, A.-M. (2003). Spreading mangroves: a New Zealand phenomenon or a global trend? Water & Atmosphere 11(1): 8–10.

Schwarz, A.-M.; Matheson, F.; Mathieson, T. (2004). The role of sediment in keeping seagrass beds healthy. Water & Atmosphere 12(4): 18–19.

Schwarz, A.-M.; Parker, S.; Grose, M. (2005). Estuary monitoring by communities. NIWA Information Series No. 56. 8 p.

Senior, A.; Green, M. (2002). Assessing human impacts on estuaries: it’s a risky business. Water & Atmosphere 10(2): 18–19.

Smith, M.; Gorman, R.; Stevens, C.; McGregor, J. (2002). Waves in shallow water. Water & Atmosphere 10(2): 20-21.

Stephens, S.; Green, G.; Pilditch, C. (2002). Bugs ‘n’ mud – a sticky problem. Water & Atmosphere 10(1): 14–15.

Stevens, C.; Smith, M.; Ross, A. (1999). SCAMP: measuring turbulence in estuaries, lakes and coastal waters. Water & Atmosphere 7(2): 20–21.

Swales, A.; Oldman, J.; Radford, J.; MacDonald, I. (2003). What happens in estuaries during floods? Water & Atmosphere 11(1): 11–13.

Thompson, D.; Sagar, P. (1999). Are our estuaries wader-friendly? Water & Atmosphere 7(3): 10–12.

Timperley, M.; Kuschel, G. (1999). SWAT’s up, Doc? The effects of stormwater and transport on urban streams and estuaries. Water & Atmosphere 7(3): 22–25.

Vopel, K.; Hancock, N. (2005). More than just a crab hole. Water & Atmosphere 13(3): 18–19.