Martin Wilkes
Martin Wilkes
Senior Lecturer, School of Life Sciences, University of Essex
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Moving beyond fitting fish into equations: Progressing the fish passage debate in the Anthropocene
K Birnie‐Gauvin, P Franklin, M Wilkes, K Aarestrup
Aquatic conservation: Marine and freshwater ecosystems 29 (7), 1095-1105, 2019
Functional diversity and community assembly of river invertebrates show globally consistent responses to decreasing glacier cover
LE Brown, K Khamis, M Wilkes, P Blaen, JE Brittain, JL Carrivick, S Fell, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (2), 325-333, 2018
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
Not just a migration problem: M etapopulations, habitat shifts, and gene flow are also important for fishway science and management
MA Wilkes, JA Webb, PS Pompeu, LGM Silva, AS Vowles, CF Baker, ...
River Research and Applications 35 (10), 1688-1696, 2019
Functional diversity measures revealed impacts of non-native species and habitat degradation on species-poor freshwater fish assemblages
N Colin, S Villéger, M Wilkes, A de Sostoa, A Maceda-Veiga
Science of The Total Environment 625, 861-871, 2018
Does river restoration work? Taxonomic and functional trajectories at two restoration schemes
J England, MA Wilkes
Science of The Total Environment 618, 961-970, 2018
Fish passage design for sustainable hydropower in the temperate southern hemisphere: an evidence review
MA Wilkes, M Mckenzie, JA Webb
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 28 (1), 117-135, 2018
The fish Strouhal number as a criterion for hydraulic fishway design
O Link, C Sanhueza, P Arriagada, W Brevis, A Laborde, A González, ...
Ecological Engineering 103, 118-126, 2017
Assessing the mechanistic basis for fine sediment biomonitoring: Inconsistencies among the literature, traits and indices
MA Wilkes, M Mckenzie, JF Murphy, RP Chadd
River Research and Applications 33 (10), 1618-1629, 2017
Hydropower Development, Riverine Connectivity, and Non‐sport Fish Species: criteria for Hydraulic Design of Fishways
A Laborde, A González, C Sanhueza, P Arriagada, M Wilkes, E Habit, ...
River Research and Applications 32 (9), 1949-1957, 2016
Incorporating Hydrodynamics into Ecohydraulics: The Role of Turbulence in the Swimming Performance and Habitat Selection of Stream‐Dwelling Fish
MA Wilkes, I Maddock, F Visser, MC Acreman
Ecohydraulics: An Integrated Approach, 7-30, 2013
Trait‐based ecology at large scales: Assessing functional trait correlations, phylogenetic constraints and spatial variability using open data
MA Wilkes, F Edwards, JI Jones, JF Murphy, J England, N Friberg, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (12), 7255-7267, 2020
Sediment deposition from eroding peatlands alters headwater invertebrate biodiversity
LE Brown, KL Aspray, ME Ledger, C Mainstone, SM Palmer, M Wilkes, ...
Global change biology 25 (2), 602-619, 2019
Potential physical effects of suspended fine sediment on lotic macroinvertebrates
M McKenzie, KL Mathers, PJ Wood, J England, I Foster, D Lawler, ...
Hydrobiologia 847, 697-711, 2020
Fish‐Net: Probabilistic models for fishway planning, design and monitoring to support environmentally sustainable hydropower
M Wilkes, L Baumgartner, C Boys, LGM Silva, J O'Connor, M Jones, ...
Fish and Fisheries 19 (4), 677-697, 2018
Processes structuring macrophyte metacommunities in Mediterranean ponds: Combining novel methods to disentangle the role of dispersal limitation, species sorting and spatial scales
J García‐Girón, M Wilkes, M Fernández‐Aláez, C Fernández‐Aláez
Journal of Biogeography 46 (3), 646-656, 2019
A community-level, mesoscale analysis of fish assemblage structure in shoreline habitats of a large river using multivariate regression trees
M Wilkes, I Maddock, O Link, E Habit
River Research and Applications, 2015
Effect of water temperature on the physiological responses in Betta rubra, Perugia 1893 (Pisces: Osphronemidae)
F Nur, A Batubara, K Eriani, U Tang, AA Muhammada, MN Siti-Azizah, ...
International Aquatic Research 12 (3), 2020
Position choice and swimming costs of juvenile Atlantic salmon salmo salar in turbulent flow
MA Wilkes, EC Enders, AT Silva, M Acreman, I Maddock
Journal of Ecohydraulics 2 (1), 16-27, 2017
Abiotic predictors of fine sediment accumulation in lowland rivers
M McKenzie, J England, IDL Foster, MA Wilkes
International Journal of Sediment Research 37 (1), 128-137, 2022
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