Robert Davies-Colley
Robert Davies-Colley
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TURBIDITY SUSPENI)ED SEDIMENT, AND WATER CLARITY: A REVIEW1
RJ Davies‐Colley, DG Smith
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 37 (5), 1085-1101, 2001
6092001
Sunlight inactivation of fecal indicator bacteria and bacteriophages from waste stabilization pond effluent in fresh and saline waters
LW Sinton, CH Hall, PA Lynch, RJ Davies-Colley
Applied and environmental microbiology 68 (3), 1122-1131, 2002
5922002
Land use effects on habitat, water quality, periphyton, and benthic invertebrates in Waikato, New Zealand, hill‐country streams
JM Quinn, AB Cooper, RJ Davies‐Colley, JC Rutherford, RB Williamson
New Zealand journal of marine and freshwater research 31 (5), 579-597, 1997
4241997
Microclimate gradients across a forest edge
RJ Davies-Colley, GW Payne, M Van Elswijk
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 111-121, 2000
3542000
Inactivation of faecal indicator micro-organisms in waste stabilisation ponds: interactions of environmental factors with sunlight
RJ Davies-Colley, AM Donnison, DJ Speed, CM Ross, JW Nagels
Water research 33 (5), 1220-1230, 1999
3131999
Colour and clarity of natural waters
RJ Davies-Colley, WN Vant, DG Smith
Blackburn Press, 2003
2622003
Stream channels are narrower in pasture than in forest
RJ Davies‐Colley
New Zealand journal of marine and freshwater research 31 (5), 599-608, 1997
2371997
Sunlight inactivation of enterococci and fecal coliforms in sewage effluent diluted in seawater
RJ Davies-Colley, RG Bell, AM Donnison
Applied and environmental microbiology 60 (6), 2049-2058, 1994
2361994
Absorption of light by yellow substance in freshwater lakes
RJ Davies‐Colley, WN Vant
Limnology and oceanography 32 (2), 416-425, 1987
2331987
Faecal bacteria yields in artificial flood events: quantifying in-stream stores
RW Muirhead, RJ Davies-Colley, AM Donnison, JW Nagels
Water research 38 (5), 1215-1224, 2004
2252004
Effects of clay discharges on streams
RJ Davies-Colley, CW Hickey, JM Quinn, PA Ryan
Hydrobiologia 248 (3), 215-234, 1992
2121992
Effects of clay discharges on streams
JM Quinn, RJ Davies-Colley, CW Hickey, ML Vickers, PA Ryan
Hydrobiologia 248 (3), 235-247, 1992
2121992
Ecological characterisation, classification, and modelling of New Zealand rivers: an introduction and synthesis
BJF Biggs, MJ Duncan, IG Jowett, JM Quinn, CW Hickey, ...
Taylor & Francis Group 24 (3), 277-304, 1990
2071990
Inactivation of enterococci and fecal coliforms from sewage and meatworks effluents in seawater chambers.
LW Sinton, RJ Davies-Colley, RG Bell
Applied and Environmental microbiology 60 (6), 2040-2048, 1994
1941994
Measuring water clarity with a black disk
RJ Davies‐Colley
Limnology and oceanography 33 (4), 616-623, 1988
1941988
Predicting the effects of shade on water temperature in small streams
JC Rutherford, S Blackett, C Blackett, L Saito, RJ Davies‐Colley
New Zealand journal of marine and freshwater research 31 (5), 707-721, 1997
1871997
Faecal contamination over flood events in a pastoral agricultural stream in New Zealand
JW Nagels, RJ Davies-Colley, AM Donnison, RW Muirhead
Water Science and Technology 45 (12), 45-52, 2002
1682002
Copper and cadmium uptake by estuarine sedimentary phases
RJ Davies-Colley, PO Nelson, KJ Williamson
Environmental science & technology 18 (7), 491-499, 1984
1651984
Towards a mechanistic understanding of pond disinfection
RJ Davis-Colley, AM Donnison, DJ Speed
Water Science and Technology 42 (10-11), 149-158, 2000
1372000
Stream lighting in five regions of North Island, New Zealand: control by channel size and riparian vegetation
RJ Davies‐Colley, JM Quinn
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 32 (4), 591-605, 1998
1251998
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