Brendan G. McKie
Also publishes as (Brendan McKie)
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Boyero, Luz, Pearson, Richard G., Swan, Christopher M., Hui, Cang, Albariño, Ricardo, Arunachalam, Muthukumarasamy, Callisto, Marcos, Chara, Julian, Chara-Serna, Ana M., Chauvet, Eric, Cornejo, Aydeé, Dudgeon, David, Encalada, Andrea C., Ferreira, Veronica, Gessner, Mark O., Gonçalves, José F., Graça, Manuel A.S., Helsen, Julie E., Mathooko, Jude M., McKie, Brendan G., and Yule, Catherine M. (2015) Latitudinal gradient of nestedness and its potential drivers in stream detritivores. Ecography, 38 (9). pp. 949-955.
Connolly, Niall M., Christidis, Faye, McKie, Brendan, Boyero, Luz, and Pearson, Richard (2008) Diversity of invertebrates in wet tropics streams: patterns and processes. In: Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Stephen M., (eds.) Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. Blackwell Publishing, Carlton, VIC, Australia, pp. 161-177.
McKie, Brendan G., and Pearson, Richard G. (2006) Environmental variation and the predator-specific responses of tropical stream insects: effects of temperature and predation on survival and development of Australian Chironomidae (Diptera). Oecologia, 149 (2). pp. 328-339.
McKie, Brendan G., Pearson, Richard G., and Cranston, Peter S. (2005) Does biogeographical history matter? diversity and distribution of lotic midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) in the Australian Wet Tropics. Austral Ecology, 30 (1). pp. 1-13.
McKie, Brendan G., and Cranston, Peter S. (2005) Size matters: systematic and ecological implications of allometry in the responses o chironomid midge morphological ratios to experimental temperature manipulations. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 83 (4). pp. 553-568.
McKie, Brendan G. (2004) Disturbance and investment: developmental responses of tropical lotic midges to repeated tube destruction in the juvenile stages. Ecological Entomology, 29 (4). pp. 457-466.
McKie, Brendan G., Cranston, Peter S., and Pearson, Richard G. (2004) Gondwanan mesotherms and cosmopolitan eurytherms: effects of temperature on the development and survival of Australian Chironomidae (Diptera) from tropical and temperate populations. Marine and Freshwater Research, 55 (8). pp. 759-768.
McKie, Brendan, and Cranston, Peter S. (2001) Colonisation of experimentally immersed wood in south eastern Australia: responses of feeding groups to changes in riparian vegetation. Hydrobiologia, 452 (1-3). pp. 1-14.