Angus R. McIntosh
Angus R. McIntosh
Professor of Freshwater Ecology, University of Canterbury
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The impact of introduced brown and rainbow trout on native fish: the case of Australasia
TA Crowl, CR Townsend, AR McIntosh
Reviews in fish biology and fisheries 2 (3), 217-241, 1992
2811992
Interactions between fish, grazing invertebrates and algae in a New Zealand stream: a trophic cascade mediated by fish-induced changes to grazer behaviour?
AR McIntosh, CR Townsend
Oecologia 108 (1), 174-181, 1996
2681996
Disturbance, resource supply, and food-web architecture in streams
CR Townsend, RM Thompson, AR Mcintosh, C KIlroy, E Edwards, ...
Ecology Letters 1, 200-204, 1998
2421998
Fitness and community consequences of avoiding multiple predators
BL Peckarsky, AR McIntosh
Oecologia 113 (4), 565-576, 1998
2281998
Variation in mayfly size at metamorphosis as a developmental response to risk of predation
BL Peckarsky, BW Taylor, AR McIntosh, MA McPeek, DA Lytle
Ecology 82 (3), 740-757, 2001
2102001
Habitat-and size-related variations in exotic trout impacts on native galaxiid fishes in New Zealand streams
AR McIntosh
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (10), 2140-2151, 2000
1622000
Interpopulation variation in mayfly antipredator tactics: differential effects of contrasting predatory fish
AR McIntosh, CR Townsend
Ecology 75, 2078-2090, 1994
1571994
Barriers to the recovery of aquatic insect communities in urban streams
TJ Blakely, JS Harding, AR McIntosh, MJ Winterbourn
Freshwater Biology 51 (9), 1634-1645, 2006
1492006
Dual influences of ecosystem size and disturbance on food chain length in streams
PA McHugh, AR McIntosh, PG Jellyman
Ecology letters 13 (7), 881-890, 2010
1402010
Predator chemicals induce changes in mayfly life history traits: a whole‐stream manipulation
BL Peckarsky, AR McIntosh, BW Taylor, J Dahl
Ecology 83 (3), 612-618, 2002
1402002
Habitat loss drives threshold response of benthic invertebrate communities to deposited sediment in agricultural streams
FJ Burdon, AR McIntosh, JS Harding
Ecological Applications 23 (5), 1036-1047, 2013
1262013
Extrapolating from individual behavior to populations and communities in streams
BL Peckarsky, SD Cooper, AR McIntosh
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 16, 375-390, 1997
1151997
Criteria determining behavioural responses to multiple predators by a stream mayfly
AR McIntosh, BL Peckarsky
Oikos 85, 554-564, 1999
1091999
Competition for space between introduced brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) and a native galaxiid (Galaxias vulgaris Stokell) in a New Zealand stream
AR McIntosh, CR Townsend, TA Crowl
Journal of Fish Biology 41 (1), 63-81, 1992
1061992
The influence of predatory fish on mayfly drift: extrapolating from experiments to nature
AR Mcintosh, BL Peckarsky, BW Taylor
Freshwater Biology 47 (8), 1497-1513, 2002
1002002
Top-down and bottom-up processes in grassland and forested streams
P Nyström, AR McIntosh, MJ Winterbourn
Oecologia 136 (4), 596-608, 2003
882003
Rapid size-specific changes in the drift of Baetis bicaudatus (Ephemeroptera) caused by alterations in fish odour concentration
AR McIntosh, BL Peckarsky, BW Taylor
Oecologia 118 (2), 256-264, 1999
841999
Differential behavioural responses of mayflies from streams with and without fish to trout odour
A McINTOSH, B PECKARSKY
Freshwater Biology 35 (1), 141-148, 1996
821996
Contrasting predation risks presented by introduced brown trout and native common river galaxias in New Zealand streams
AR McIntosh, CR Townsend
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 52 (9), 1821-1833, 1995
821995
Indirect effects of predatory trout on organic matter processing in detritus‐based stream food webs
H S. Greig, A R. McIntosh
Oikos 112 (1), 31-40, 2006
782006
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