Publications by: A.D. Canning

Also publishes as (Adam Douglas Canning, Adam D. Canning, Adam Canning)

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Canning, Adam D., and Waltham, Nathan J. (2021) Ecological impact assessment of climate change and habitat loss on wetland vertebrate assemblages of the Great Barrier Reef catchment and the influence of survey bias. Ecology and Evolution, 11 (10). pp. 5244-5254.

Canning, Adam D., Joy, Michael K., and Death, Russell G. (2021) Nutrient criteria to achieve New Zealand’s riverine macroinvertebrate targets. PeerJ, 9. e11556.

Joy, M.K., and Canning, A.D. (2021) Shifting baselines and political expediency in New Zealand's freshwater management. Marine and Freshwater Research, 72. pp. 456-461.

Canning, Adam D., and Death, Russell G. (2021) The influence of nutrient enrichment on riverine food web function and stability. Ecology and Evolution, 11 (4). pp. 942-954.

Phiri, Bernard J., Pita, Anthony B., Hayman, David T.S., Biggs, Patrick J., Davis, Meredith T., Fayaz, Ahmed, Canning, Adam D., French, Nigel P., and Death, Russell G. (2020) Does land use affect pathogen presence in New Zealand drinking water supplies? Water Research, 185. 116229.

Canning, Adam Douglas, and Death, Russell George (2019) Food web structure but not robustness differ between rivers, lakes and estuaries. Oecologia Australis, 23 (1). pp. 112-126.

Canning, Adam D., Death, Russell G., and Gardner, Erna M. (2019) Forest canopy affects stream macroinvertebrate assemblage structure but not trophic stability. Freshwater Science, 38 (1). pp. 40-52.

Canning, Adam D. (2018) Predicting New Zealand riverine fish reference assemblages. PeerJ, 6. e4890.

Canning, Adam Douglas, and Death, Russell George (2018) Relative ascendency predicts food web robustness. Ecological Research, 33 (5). pp. 873-878.

Death, Russell, Canning, Adam, Magierowski, Regina, and Tonkin, Jonathan (2018) Why aren't we managing water quality to protect ecological health? In: [Presented at the 31st Annual FLRC Workshop]. From: 31st Annual FLRC Workshop, 7-9 February 2018, Auckland, New Zealand.

Canning, A.D., and Death, R.G. (2017) Trophic cascade direction and flow determine network flow stability. Ecological Modelling, 355. pp. 18-23.

Canning, A.D., Death, R.G., and Gardner, E.M. (2017) The effect of forest canopy and flood disturbance on New Zealand stream food web structure and robustness. Austral Ecology, 43 (3). pp. 352-358.

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