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Critical flow velocities for the growth and dominance of Anabaena circinalis in some turbid freshwater rivers
SM Mitrovic, RL Oliver, C Rees, LC Bowling, RT Buckney
Freshwater Biology 48 (1), 164-174, 2003
1662003
Primary and secondary stress responses in golden perch, Macquaria ambigua
JF Carragher, CM Rees
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology 107 (1), 49-56, 1994
781994
The Darling River: Algal growth and the cycling and sources of nutrients
RL Oliver, BT Hart, J Olley, M Grace, C Rees, G Caitcheon
Murray-Darling Basin Commission Project M 386, 1999
591999
Influence of salinity on light conditions and phytoplankton growth in a turbid river
RL Oliver, SM Mitrovic, C Rees
River Research and Applications 26 (7), 894-903, 2010
462010
Incidence of imposex in Thais orbita from Port Phillip Bay (Victoria, Australia), following 10 years of regulation on use of TBT
CM Rees, BA Brady, GJ Fabris
Marine pollution bulletin 42 (10), 873-878, 2001
362001
Methods for reproducible shipboard SFA nutrient measurement using RMNS and automated data processing
C Rees, L Pender, K Sherrin, C Schwanger, P Hughes, S Tibben, ...
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 17 (1), 25-41, 2019
292019
IOCCP-JAMSTEC 2015 Inter-laboratory Calibration Exercise of a certified Reference Material for Nutrients in Seawater
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, 2016
17*2016
Algal blooms in the Darling River-are phosphates to blame?
MR Grace, BT Hart, RL Oliver, CM Rees
131997
Best practices for the sterilisation of aquaculture farming equipment: a case study for mussel ropes
L Gunthorpe
Marine and Freshwater Resources Institute, 2001
112001
The decline of sand flathead stocks in Port Phillip Bay: magnitude, causes and future prospects
A Hirst
Department of Environment and Primary Industries, 2014
102014
Cyanobacterial Blooms in the Darling River.
J Oliver, R.L., Rees, C.M., Grace, M.R., Hart, B.T., Caitcheon, G. and Olley
Water 25, 18-19, 1998
71998
Cyanobacterial blooms in the Darling River
RL Oliver, CM Rees, MR Grace, BT Hart, G Caltcheon, J Olley
Water, 18-19, 1998
71998
The Darling River: algal growth and the cycling and sources of nutrients., Murray Darling Basin Commission, Project M386
RL Oliver, BT Hart, J Olley, M Grace, C Rees, G Caitcheon
Final Report, 2000
62000
Dissolved phosphorus concentration in the Darling River
BT Hart, M Grace, R Beckett, J Van Berkel, R Oliver, C Rees
Water(Australia) 22 (2), 15-16, 1995
31995
Darling River-Nutrient cycling and algal bloom triggers
B Hart, RL Oliver, M Grace, R Beckett, C Rees, D Baldwin
Murray Darling Basin Commissio, 1997
21997
Method for Reproducible Shipboard Segmented Flow Analysis Ammonium Measurement Using an In-House Reference Material for Quality Control
C Rees, J Janssens, K Sherrin, P Hughes, S Tibben, M McMahon, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 581901, 2021
12021
Methods for Improving the Comparability of Ocean Nutrient Measurements Using Certified Reference Materials.
C Schwanger, M Rayner, C Rees, S Tibben, K Sherrin, P Hughes
2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting, 2018
12018
Assessment of imposex in whelks(Thais orbita) from Port Phillip Bay
C Rees, B Brady, G Fabris
MAFRI Rep., 26, 1998
11998
Nutrient cycling and algal blooms in the Darling River
B Hart, M Grace, R Oliver, C Rees
11997
International Nutrient Inter-Comparison Viyage
M Rayner, K Sherrin, C Schwanger, S Tibben, C Rees, P Hughes, ...
CSIRO Report, 2018
2018
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