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  • Hicks, B. J., Ling, N., Robinson, F., & Charteris, J. (2016). Black flounder otoliths show complex freshwater life histories. In Australian Society for Fish Biology – Oceania Chondrichthyan Society Joint Conference. Conference held in Wrest Point, Tasmania.

  • Tempero, G. W., Hamilton, D., Ling, N., McBride, C. G., & Bruere, A. (2016). Continuous alum dosing of a large eutrophic lake: the first ten years. In 33rd SIL Congress 2016. Conference held in Torino, Italy.

  • Ling, N. (2016). Waitangi Soda Springs alum dosing – bioavailability of aluminium 2015 (ERI Report No. 83). Hamilton, New Zealand: Environmental Research Institute, The University of Waikato.

  • Ling, N., Leathwick, J., Collier, K., Hicks, B. J., Stichbury, G., & de Winton, M. (2016). Establishment risk models highlight biosurveillance priorities for New Zealand lakes. In Australian Society for Fish Biology – Oceania Chondrichthyan Society Joint Conference. Conference held in Wrest Point, Tasmania.

  • Tempero, G., Ling, N., Daniel, A. J., & Morgan, D. (2015). Removal of invasive fish and exclusion of koi carp from Lake Ohinewai. In K. J. Collier, & N. P. J. Grainger (Eds.), New Zealand Invasive Fish Management Handbook (pp. 90-94). Hamilton, New Zealand: Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand (LERNZ) & Department of Conservation.

  • Hicks, B. J., Jones, M. H., de Villiers, J. E., & Ling, N. (2015). Use of electrofishing for capturing invasive fish. In New Zealand Invasive Fish Management Handbook (pp. 72-79). Hamilton, New Zealand: Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand (LERNZ) & Department of Conservation.

  • Hicks, B. J., Brijs, J., Daniel, A., Morgan, D. K. J., & Ling, N. (2015). Biomass estimation of invasive fish. In K. J. Collier, & N. P. J. Grainger (Eds.), New Zealand Invasive Fish Management Handbook (pp. 116-122). Hamilton, New Zealand: Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand (LERNZ) & Department of Conservation.

  • Collier, K. J., Leathwick, J., Ling, N., & Rowe, D. (2015). Determining invasion risk for non-indigenous fish. In K. J. Collier, & N. P. J. Grainger (Eds.), New Zealand Invasive Fish Management Handbook (pp. 138-148). Hamilton, New Zealand: Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand (LERNZ) & Department of Conservation.

  • Hicks, B. J., Daniel, A., Ling, N., Morgan, D., & Gauthier, S. (2015). Costs and effectiveness of different methods for capturing invasive fish. In K. J. Collier, & N. P. J. Grainger (Eds.), New Zealand Invasive Fish Management Handbook (pp. 123-132). Hamilton, New Zealand: Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand (LERNZ) & Department of Conservation.

  • Culliford, D. P., Battershill, C. N., Johnstone, R., Ling, N., & Robinson, M. (2015). Characterisation, Potential Toxicity and Fate of stormwater runoff from log storage areas of the Port of Tauranga. In SETAC Australasia, Nelson 2015. Nelson New Zealand.

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