Publications by: Nathan J. Waltham

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James, Cassandra S., Reside, April E., VanDerWal, Jeremy , Pearson, Richard G., Burrows, Damien, Capon, Samatha J., Harwood, Thomas D. , Hodgson, Lauren, and Waltham, Nathan J. (2017) Sink or swim? potential for high faunal turnover in Australian rivers under climate change. Journal of Biogeography. pp. 1-13. (In Press)

Wallace, Jim, Waltham, Nathan, and Burrows, Damien (2016) A comparison of temperature regimes in dry-season waterholes in the Flinders and Gilbert catchments in northern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research. pp. 1-18. (In Press)

Sheaves, Marcus, Coles, Robert, Dale, Pat, Grech, Alana, Pressey, Robert L., and Waltham, Nathan J. (2016) Enhancing the value and validity of EIA: serious science to protect Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Conservation Letters, 9 (5). pp. 377-383.

Sheaves, Marcus, Coles, Rob, Dale, Pat, Grech, Alana, Pressey, Robert L., and Waltham, Nathan J. (2016) Enhancing the value and validity of EIA: serious science to protect Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Conservation Letters, 9 (5). pp. 377-383.

Waltham, Nathan (2016) Unravelling life history of the Inland Freshwater Crab Austrothelphusa transversa in seasonal tropical river catchments. Australian Zoologist, 38 (2). pp. 217-222.

Waltham, Nathan, McKenna, Skye, York, Paul, Devlin, Michelle, Campbell, Sean, Rasheed, Michael, Da Silva, Eduardo, Petus, Caroline, and Ridd, Peter (2015) Port of Mackay and Hay Point Ambient Marine Water Quality Monitoring Program (July 2014 to July 2015). Report. TropWATER, James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Connolly, Rod M., and Waltham, Nathan J. (2015) Spatial analysis of carbon isotopes reveals seagrass contribution to fishery food web. Ecosphere, 6 (9). pp. 1-12.

Dafforn, Katherine A., Mayer-Pinto, Mariana, Morris, Rebecca L., and Waltham, Nathan J. (2015) Application of management tools to integrate ecological principles with the design of marine infrastructure. Journal of Environmental Management, 158. pp. 61-73.

Waltham, Nathan J., and Sheaves, Marcus (2015) Expanding coastal urban and industrial seascape in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area: critical need for coordinated planning and policy. Marine Policy, 57. pp. 78-84.

Wallace, Jim, Waltham, Nathan, Burrows, Damien, and McJannet, David (2015) The temperature regimes of dry-season waterholes in tropical northern Australia: potential effects on fish refugia. Freshwater science, 34 (2). pp. 663-678.

Waltham, Nathan J., and Sheaves, Marcus (2015) Expanding urban and industrial development in tropical seascapes necessitates green engineering and spatial planning thinking. Environmental Science and Technology, 49 (5). pp. 2598-2599.

Waltham, Nathan J., Barry, Michael, McAlister, Tony, Weber, Tony, and Groth, Dominic (2014) Protecting the green behind the gold: catchment-wide restoration efforts necessary to achieve nutrient and sediment load reduction targets in Gold Coast City, Australia. Environmental Management, 54 (4). pp. 840-851.

Waltham, Nathan J., Hughes, Jane M., and Davie, Peter J.F. (2014) Freshwater crabs occupying tropical north Queensland coastal creeks. Australian Zoologist, 37 (2). pp. 256-262.

Dunn, Ryan J.K., Waltham, Nathan J., Benfer, Nathan P., King, Brian A., Lemckert, Charles J., and Zigic, Sasha (2014) Gold Coast Broadwater: southern Moreton Bay, Southeast Queensland (Australia). In: Wolanski, Eric, (ed.) Estuaries of Australia in 2050 and Beyond. Estuaries of the World . Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 93-110.

Waltham, Nathan J., Reichelt-Brushett, Amanda, McCann, Damian, and Eyre, Bradley D. (2014) Water and sediment quality, nutrient biochemistry and pollution loads in an urban freshwater lake: balancing human and ecological services. Environmental Science Processes and Impacts, 16 (12). pp. 2804-2813.

Waltham, Nathan J., Burrows, Damien, Butler, Barry, and Wallace, Jim (2014) Water quality and fish refugia in riverine waterholes in northern Queensland potentially subject to irrigation development. In: Proceedings of the 7th Australian Stream Management Conference, pp. 150-155. From: 7th Australian Stream Management Conference: catchment to coast, 27-30 July 2014, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Dunn, Ryan J.K., Robertson, David, Teasdale, Peter R., Waltham, Nathan J., and Welsh, David T. (2013) Benthic metabolism and nitrogen dynamics in an urbanised tidal creek: domination of DNRA over denitrificDunnation as a nitrate reduction pathway. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science , 131. pp. 271-281.

Waltham, Nathan J., Teasdale, Peter R., and Connolly, Rod M. (2013) Use of flathead mullet (Mugil cephalus) in coastal biomonitor studies: review and recommendations for future studies. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 69 (1-2). pp. 195-205.

Waltham, Nathan J., and Connolly, Rod M. (2013) Artificial tidal lakes: built for humans, home for fish. Ecological Engineering, 60. pp. 414-420.

James, Cassandra, Vanderwal, Jeremy, Capon, Samantha, Hodgson, Lauren, Waltham, Nathan, Ward, Doug, Anderson, Barbara, and Pearson, Richard (2013) Identifying Climate Refuges for Freshwater Biodiversity Across Australia: identification and characterisation of freshwater refuges in the face of climate change. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

Dunn, Ryan J.K., Welsh, David T., Jordan, Mark A., Waltham, Nathan J., Lemckert, Charles J., and Teasdale, Peter R. (2012) Benthic metabolism and nitrogen dynamics in a sub-tropical coastal lagoon: microphytobenthos stimulate nitrification and nitrate reduction through photosynthetic oxygen evolution. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science , 113. pp. 272-282.

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