Dallas HF and Rivers-Moore NA. 2018. Temporal thermal refugia and seasonal variation in upper thermal limits of two species of riverine invertebrates: the amphipod, Paramelita nigroculus, and the mayfly, Lestagella penicillata. Aquatic Ecology. 52(4): 333-349.

Dallas HF, Lowe S, Kennedy MP, Saili K and Murphy KJ. 2018.  Zambian Invertebrate Scoring System (ZISS): A macroinvertebrate-based biotic index for rapid bioassessment of southern tropical African river systems. African Journal of Aquatic Science 43(4): 325-344.

Ramulifho PA, Rivers-Moore NA, Dallas HF and Foord SH. 2018. A conceptual framework towards more holistic freshwater conservation planning through incorporation of stream connectivity and thermal vulnerability. Journal of Hydrology 556: 173-181.

Reizenberg J, Bloy I, Weyl O, Shelton J and Dallas HF. 2018. Variation in thermal tolerances of native freshwater fishes in South Africa’s Cape Fold ecoregion: examining the east–west gradient in species’ sensitivity to climate warming. Journal of Fish Biology.

Rivers-Moore NA, Dallas HF, de Moor FC and Barendse J. 2018. Relationships of water temperature and aquatic macroinvertebrate community structure with non-native riparian plant densities in the southern Cape, South Africa. African Journal of Aquatic Science 43(3): 215-227.

Rivers-Moore NA and Hill TR. 2018. A predictive management tool for blackfly outbreaks on the Orange River, South Africa. River Research and Applications 34(9): 1197-1207.

Rivers-Moore NA and Palmer R. 2018. The influence of turbidity and water temperature on black fly species in the middle and lower Orange River, South Africa. Canadian Journal of Zoology 96(6): 614-621.

Ross-Gillespie V, Picker MD, Dallas HF, Day JA. 2018. The role of temperature in egg development of three aquatic insects Lestagella penicillata (Ephemeroptera), Aphanicercella scutata (Plecoptera), Chimarra ambulans (Trichoptera) from South Africa. Journal of Thermal Biology 71: 158-170.

Shelton JM, Weyl OLF, Esler KJ, Paxton BR, Impson ND and Dallas HF. 2018. Temperature mediates the impact of non-native rainbow trout on native freshwater fishes in South Africa's Cape Fold Ecoregion. Biological Invasions 20(10): 2927–2944.

Shelton JM, Bird MS and Marr SM 2018 Evidence for diet partitioning among three coexisting native freshwater fishes in South Africa's Cape Fold Ecoregion. African Journal of Aquatic Science 43(2): 89-100.


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