Jon S Harding
Jon S Harding
Professor Emeritus, Canterbury University
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Stream biodiversity: the ghost of land use past
JS Harding, EF Benfield, PV Bolstad, GS Helfman, EBD Jones Iii
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 95 (25), 14843-14847, 1998
Protocols for sampling macroinvertebrates in wadeable streams
JD Stark, IKG Boothroyd, JS Harding, JR Maxted, MR Scarsbrook
Cawthron Institute, 2001
Stream biomonitoring using macroinvertebrates around the globe: a comparison of large-scale programs
DF Buss, DM Carlisle, TS Chon, J Culp, JS Harding, HE Keizer-Vlek, ...
Environmental monitoring and assessment 187, 1-21, 2015
Past and future trajectories of forest loss in New Zealand
RM Ewers, AD Kliskey, S Walker, D Rutledge, JS Harding, RK Didham
Biological conservation 133 (3), 312-325, 2006
Changes in agricultural intensity and river health along a river continuum
JS Harding, RG Young, J Hayes, KA Shearer, J Stark
Freshwater biology 42 (2), 345-357, 1999
Habitat loss drives threshold response of benthic invertebrate communities to deposited sediment in agricultural streams
FJ Burdon, AR McIntosh, JS Harding
Ecological Applications 23 (5), 1036-1047, 2013
Consequences of acid mine drainage for the structure and function of benthic stream communities: a review
KL Hogsden, JS Harding
Freshwater Science 31 (1), 108-120, 2012
Quantifying relationships between land‐use gradients and structural and functional indicators of stream ecological integrity
JE Clapcott, KJ Collier, RG Death, EO Goodwin, JS Harding, D Kelly, ...
Freshwater Biology 57 (1), 74-90, 2012
Barriers to the recovery of aquatic insect communities in urban streams
TJ Blakely, JS Harding, AR McIntosh, MJ Winterbourn
Freshwater Biology 51 (9), 1634-1645, 2006
The linkage between riparian predators and aquatic insects across a stream‐resource spectrum
FJ Burdon, JS Harding
Freshwater Biology 53 (2), 330-346, 2008
Effects of contrasting land use on physico‐chemical conditions and benthic assemblages of streams in a Canterbury (South Island, New Zealand) river system
JS Harding, MJ Winterbourn
New Zealand journal of marine and freshwater research 29 (4), 479-492, 1995
Sediment assessment methods
J Clapcott, R Young, J Harding, C Matthaei, J Quinn, R Death
Protocols and guidelines for assessing the effects of deposited fine …, 2011
Biofilm bacterial community structure in streams affected by acid mine drainage
G Lear, D Niyogi, JS Harding, Y Dong, G Lewis
Applied and environmental microbiology 75 (11), 3455-3460, 2009
Riparian shading mitigates stream eutrophication in agricultural catchments
TK Burrell, JM O’Brien, SE Graham, KS Simon, JS Harding, AR McIntosh
Freshwater Science 33 (1), 73-84, 2014
The biological assessment and rehabilitation of the world’s rivers: An overview
MJ Feio, RM Hughes, M Callisto, SJ Nichols, ON Odume, BR Quintella, ...
Water 13 (3), 371, 2021
Stream Habitat Assessment Protocols for wadeable rivers and streams in New Zealand
JS Harding, JE Clapcott, JM Quinn, JW Hayes, MK Joy, RG Storey, ...
University of Canterbury, School of Biological Sciences, 2009
Can forest fragments reset physical and water quality conditions in agricultural catchments and act as refugia for forest stream invertebrates?
JS Harding, K Claassen, N Evers
Hydrobiologia 568, 391-402, 2006
Improving the effectiveness of riparian management for aquatic invertebrates in a degraded agricultural landscape: stream size and land‐use legacies
MJ Greenwood, JS Harding, DK Niyogi, AR McIntosh
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (1), 213-222, 2012
Anthropogenic and natural sources of acidity and metals and their influence on the structure of stream food webs
KL Hogsden, JS Harding
Environmental pollution 162, 466-474, 2012
Stream faunas and ecoregions in South Island, New Zealand: do they correspond?
JS Harding, MJ Winterbourn, WF McDiffett
Archiv für Hydrobiologie 140 (3), 289-307, 1997
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