Fran Sheldon
Fran Sheldon
Dean (Learning & Teaching), Griffith Sciences, Griffith University
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Flow variability and the ecology of large rivers
JT Puckridge, F Sheldon, KF Walker, AJ Boulton
Marine and freshwater research 49 (1), 55-72, 1998
8281998
A perspective on dryland river ecosystems
KF Walker, F Sheldon, JT Puckridge
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management 11 (1), 85-104, 1995
4661995
Mechanistic effects of low-flow hydrology on riverine ecosystems: ecological principles and consequences of alteration
RJ Rolls, C Leigh, F Sheldon
Freshwater Science 31 (4), 1163-1186, 2012
2502012
The foot in diabetes
AJM Boulton, PR Cavanagh, G Rayman
John Wiley & Sons, 2006
2492006
Integration of science and monitoring of river ecosystem health to guide investments in catchment protection and rehabilitation
SE Bunn, EG Abal, MJ Smith, SC Choy, CS Fellows, BD Harch, ...
Freshwater Biology 55, 223-240, 2010
2142010
Conservation value of variable connectivity: aquatic invertebrate assemblages of channel and floodplain habitats of a central Australian arid-zone river, Cooper Creek
F Sheldon, AJ Boulton, JT Puckridge
Biological Conservation 103 (1), 13-31, 2002
2002002
Water resource development and hydrological change in a large dryland river: the Barwon–Darling River, Australia
MC Thoms, F Sheldon
Journal of Hydrology 228 (1-2), 10-21, 2000
1982000
Ecological roles and threats to aquatic refugia in arid landscapes: dryland river waterholes
F Sheldon, SE Bunn, JM Hughes, AH Arthington, SR Balcombe, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 61 (8), 885-895, 2010
1612010
An ecosystem approach for determining environmental water allocations in Australian dryland river systems: the role of geomorphology
MC Thoms, F Sheldon
Geomorphology 47 (2-4), 153-168, 2002
1362002
Changes in biofilms induced by flow regulation could explain extinctions of aquatic snails in the lower River Murray, Australia
F Sheldon, KF Walker
Hydrobiologia 347 (1), 97-108, 1997
1311997
The importance of high‐quality algal food sources in stream food webs–current status and future perspectives
F Guo, MJ Kainz, F Sheldon, SE Bunn
Freshwater Biology 61 (6), 815-831, 2016
1202016
Lowland rivers: an Australian introduction
MC Thoms, F Sheldon
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management: An International Journal Devoted to …, 2000
1162000
A comparison of spatially explicit landscape representation methods and their relationship to stream condition
EE Peterson, F Sheldon, R Darnell, SE Bunn, BD Harch
Freshwater Biology 56 (3), 590-610, 2011
1142011
Sequential floods drive ‘booms’ and wetland persistence in dryland rivers: a synthesis
C Leigh, F Sheldon, RT Kingsford, AH Arthington
Marine and Freshwater Research 61 (8), 896-908, 2010
1032010
Research priorities for freshwater mussel conservation assessment
N Ferreira-Rodríguez, YB Akiyama, OV Aksenova, R Araujo, MC Barnhart, ...
Biological Conservation 231, 77-87, 2019
942019
Spatial distribution of littoral invertebrates in the lower Murray–Darling River system, Australia
F Sheldon, KF Walker
Marine and Freshwater Research 49 (2), 171-182, 1998
941998
The macroinvertebrate fauna of an Australian dryland river: spatial and temporal patterns and environmental relationships
JC Marshall, F Sheldon, M Thoms, S Choy
Marine and Freshwater Research 57 (1), 61-74, 2006
912006
Effects of water-level changes induced by weirs on the distribution of littoral plants along the River Murray, South Australia
KF Walker, AJ Boulton, MC Thomas, F Sheldon
Marine and Freshwater Research 45 (8), 1421-1438, 1994
901994
Effects of weirs on the littoral environment of the River Murray, South Australia
KF Walker, MC Thoms, F Sheldon
River conservation and management, 271-292, 1992
901992
Cryptic species and morphological plasticity in long‐lived bivalves (Unionoida: Hyriidae) from inland Australia
AM Baker, C Bartlett, SE Bunn, K Goudkamp, F Sheldon, JM Hughes
Molecular Ecology 12 (10), 2707-2717, 2003
882003
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