Melbourne Waterway Protection and Restoration Science and Practice Partnership
| Funding period: 2012 - 2018
Related publications (10)
Urban hydrogeomorphology and the urban stream syndrome: Treating the symptoms and causes of geomorphic change
Geoff J Vietz, Christopher J Walsh, Tim D Fletcher
The urban stream syndrome is an almost universal physical and ecological response of streams to catchment urbanization. Altered ch..
Interactive effects of urban stormwater drainage, land clearance, and flow regime on stream macroinvertebrate assemblages across a large metropolitan region
Christopher J Walsh, J Angus Webb
Urban impacts on streams are mediated by alteration of land cover and subsurface drainage. UnderstanDing interactions of these 2 e..
Principles for urban stormwater management to protect stream ecosystems
Christopher J Walsh, Derek B Booth, Matthew J Burns, Tim D Fletcher, Rebecca L Hale, Lan N Hoang, Grant Livingston, Megan A Rippy, Allison H Roy, Mateo Scoggins, Angela Wallace
Urban stormwater runoff is a critical source of degradation to stream ecosystems globally. Despite broad appreciation by stream ec..
Urbanization and stream ecology: diverse mechanisms of change
Allison H Roy, Krista A Capps, Rana W El-Sabaawi, Krista L Jones, Thomas B Parr, Alonso Ramirez, Robert F Smith, Christopher J Walsh, Seth J Wenger
The field of urban stream ecology has evolved rapidly in the last 3 decades, and it now includes natural scientists from numerous ..
Comment on "Suburban watershed nitrogen retention: Estimating the effectiveness of stormwater management structures" by Koch et al. (Elem Sci Anth 3: 000063, July 2015)
Christopher J Walsh
I reassess a recent analysis of uncertainty in estimates of nitrogen export from stormwater control measures, using structured exp..