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Causal modelling applied to the risk assessment of a wastewater discharge
- W. Paul, Pat A Rokahr, J. M. Webb, G. Rees, Tim S Clune
- Engineering, Medicine
- Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
- 1 February 2016
Bayesian networks (BNs), or causal Bayesian networks, have become quite popular in ecological risk assessment and natural resource management because of their utility as a communication and… Expand
Synergistic interactions between chemical alarm cues and the presence of conspecific and heterospecific fish shoals
- B. D. Wisenden, Mike S. Pollock, Robyn J. Tremaine, J. M. Webb, Monique Wismer, D. Chivers
- Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
- 26 June 2003
Chemical and visual sources of information are used by aquatic prey during risk assessment. Here, we test the behavioral response of littoral prey fish to combinations of chemical alarm cues (skin… Expand
Ultra-small RFID p-Chips on the heads of entomological pins provide an automatic and durable means to track and label insect specimens
A new, ultra-small, light-activated microtransponder ("p-Chip") has been integrated into the heads of entomological pins toimprove efficiency in collections management and research through radio… Expand
A new species of Labiobaetis Novikova & Kluge, 1987 (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) from Washington, USA.
- J. M. Webb
- Biology, Medicine
- 17 December 2013
Labiobaetis sonajuventus n.sp. is described from nymphs collected in a tributary of the Okanogan River in north-central Washington, USA. The new species is distinguished from North American congeners… Expand
The state of systematics of North American Baetis Leach, 1815 (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae), with recommendations for identification of larvae.
The North American species of Baetis Leach (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) are reviewed. Nearly one-third of species are either unknown or inadequately described in the larval stage, a fact not reflected… Expand
Revision of the genus Caenota Mosely (Trichoptera: Calocidae), with descriptions of 2 new species and the larva of C. nemorosa Neboiss.
The caddisfly genus Caenota Mosely 1953 (in Mosely & Kimmins 1953) currently contains 5 species known from eastern Australia. Caenota is distinguished from other Calocidae genera by having adult… Expand