Rob Rolls
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Mechanistic effects of low-flow hydrology on riverine ecosystems: ecological principles and consequences of alteration
R Rolls, C Leigh, F Sheldon
Freshwater Science 31 (4), 1163-1186, 2012
1662012
The role of life-history and location of barriers to migration in the spatial distribution and conservation of fish assemblages in a coastal river system
RJ Rolls
Biological Conservation 144 (1), 339-349, 2011
562011
Ecological effects of extreme climatic events on riverine ecosystems: insights from Australia
C Leigh, A Bush, E Harrison, S Ho, L Luke, R Rolls, M Ledger
Freshwater Biology, 2015
492015
How do low magnitudes of hydrologic alteration impact riverine fish populations and assemblage characteristics?
RJ Rolls, AH Arthington
Ecological Indicators 39, 179-188, 2014
412014
Fish recruitment in rivers with modified discharge depends on the interacting effects of flow and thermal regimes
RJ Rolls, IO Growns, TA Khan, GG Wilson, TL Ellison, A Prior, CC Waring
Freshwater Biology 58 (9), 1804-1819, 2013
372013
Consequences of connectivity alteration on riverine fish assemblages: potential opportunities to overcome constraints in applying conventional monitoring designs
RJ Rolls, T Ellison, S Faggotter, DT Roberts
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 23 (4), 624-640, 2013
302013
Scoping the Knowledge Requirements for Murray Crayfish:(Euastacus Armatus)
D Gilligan, R Rolls, J Merrick, M Lintermans, P Duncan, J Kohen
http://www.finterest.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/MD246%20%20Murray …, 2007
292007
Spatial and temporal patterns in fish assemblages following an artificially extended floodplain inundation event, northern Murray-Darling basin, Australia
RJ Rolls, GG Wilson
Environmental Management 45 (4), 822-833, 2010
272010
Ecological-limits-of-hydrologic-alteration: a test of the ELOHA framework in south-east Queensland
AH Arthington, SJ Mackay, CS James, RJ Rolls, D Sternberg, A Barnes, ...
Waterlines report series, 2012
262012
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
212018
Fish assemblages in subtropical rivers: low-flow hydrology dominates hydro-ecological relationships
AH Arthington, RJ Rolls, D Sternberg, SJ Mackay, CS James
Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (3-4), 594-604, 2014
182014
Limits to climate change adaptation in floodplain wetlands: the Macquarie Marshes
KM Jenkins, RT Kingsford, BJ Wolfenden, C Sives, R Rolls, S Hay
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, 2011
182011
Multiple factors determine the effect of anthropogenic barriers to connectivity on riverine fish
RJ Rolls, B Stewart-Koster, T Ellison, S Faggotter, DT Roberts
Biodiversity and Conservation 23 (9), 2201-2220, 2014
172014
Effects of an experimental environmental flow release on the diet of fish in a regulated coastal Australian river
RJ Rolls, AJ Boulton, IO Growns, SE Maxwell, DS Ryder, DP Westhorpe
Hydrobiologia 686 (1), 195-212, 2012
172012
Scaling biodiversity responses to hydrological regimes
RJ Rolls, J Heino, DS Ryder, BC Chessman, IO Growns, RM Thompson, ...
Biological Reviews, 2018
162018
Conceptualising the interactive effects of climate change and biological invasions on subarctic freshwater fish
RJ Rolls, B Hayden, KK Kahilainen
Ecology and evolution 7 (12), 4109-4128, 2017
162017
Unravelling the joint effects of flow regime, climatic variability and dispersal mode on beta diversity of riverine communities
RJ Rolls, J Heino, B Chessman
Freshwater Biology 61 (8), 1350–1364, 2016
152016
Climate and productivity shape fish and invertebrate community structure in subarctic lakes
B Hayden, JP Myllykangas, RJ Rolls, KK Kahilainen
Freshwater biology 62 (6), 990-1003, 2017
132017
Response by fish assemblages to an environmental flow release in a temperate coastal Australian river: a paired catchment analysis
RJ Rolls, AJ Boulton, IO Growns, SE Maxwell
River Research and Applications 27 (7), 867-880, 2011
132011
Can species traits predict the susceptibility of riverine fish to water resource development? An Australian case study
RJ Rolls, D Sternberg
Environmental management 55, 1315-1326, 2015
102015
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