Hayden Beck
Hayden Beck
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Metals, nutrients and total suspended solids discharged during different flow conditions in highly urbanised catchments
HJ Beck, GF Birch
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 184 (2), 637-653, 2012
Sediment pollution impacts sensory ability and performance of settling coral-reef fish
JJ O’connor, D Lecchini, HJ Beck, G Cadiou, G Lecellier, DJ Booth, ...
Oecologia 180 (1), 11-21, 2016
Spatial and temporal variance of metal and suspended solids relationships in urban stormwater—implications for monitoring
HJ Beck, GF Birch
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 223 (3), 1005-1015, 2012
Assessing range shifts of tropical reef fishes: a comparison of belt transect and roaming underwater visual census methods
HJ Beck, DA Feary, WF Figueira, DJ Booth
Bulletin of Marine Science 90 (2), 705-721, 2014
Wave-sheltered embayments are recruitment hotspots for tropical fishes on temperate reefs
HJ Beck, DA Feary, Y Nakamura, DJ Booth
Marine Ecology Progress Series 546, 197-212, 2016
Colour patterns in the sea urchin, Heliocidaris erythrogramma, suggest limited connectivity across the Southern and Pacific Ocean coastlines of Australia
HJ Beck, CA Styan
Marine and freshwater research 61 (2), 143-152, 2010
Temperate predators and seasonal water temperatures impact feeding of a range expanding tropical fish
HJ Beck, DA Feary, AM Fowler, EMP Madin, DJ Booth
Marine biology 163 (4), 70, 2016
The magnitude of variability produced by methods used to estimate annual stormwater contaminant loads for highly urbanised catchments
HJ Beck, GF Birch
Environmental monitoring and assessment 185 (6), 5209-5220, 2013
Temperate macroalgae impacts tropical fish recruitment at forefronts of range expansion
HJ Beck, DA Feary, Y Nakamura, DJ Booth
Coral Reefs 36 (2), 639-651, 2017
The nature and source of irregular discharges to stormwater entering Sydney estuary, Australia
HJ Beck, GF Birch
Environmental pollution 188, 172-176, 2014
Tropical fish recruitment success varies among temperate reef habitats, potentially impacting their range expansion
HJ Beck
University of Technology, Sydney, 2014
Analysis of metals, nutrients and suspended solids discharged by stormwater to Sydney Estuary, Australia
H Beck
University of Sydney, 2010
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