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  • Collier, K. J., Cyr, H., Clearwater, S., Hicks, B., Neijenhuis, P., Stewart, S., & Wood, S. (2016). Implications of biodeposition by freshwater mussels for lake resilience. In The Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia (SERA) & the New Zealand Ecological Society (NZES) Joint Conference. Conference held at Claudelands Events Centre, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Hicks, B. J., Ling, N., Duggan, I., Wood, S., & Gauthier, S. (2016). Response of size and abundance of redfin perch to successive removals. In Australian Society for Fish Biology – Oceania Chondrichthyan Society Joint Conference. Conference held in Wrest Point, Tasmania.

  • 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.

  • Hicks, B. J., Bell, D. G., Powrie, W. S., & Caldwell, C. C. (2016). Comparative fish abundance in the shallow Waikato lakes Whangape and Hakanoa (ERI report number 69). Hamilton, New Zealand: Environmental Research Institute, Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Leathwick, J. R., Collier, K. J., Hicks, B. J., Ling, N., Stichbury, G., & de Winton, M. (2016). Predictions of establishment risk highlight biosurveillance priorities for invasive fish in New Zealand lakes. Freshwater Biology, 14 pages. doi:10.1111/fwb.12792

  • 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., Collier, K., & Hicks, B. (2015). Pest fish control - fact sheet. Hamilton, New Zealand: Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand (LERNZ). Retrieved from https://www.lernz.co.nz/tools-and-resources/fact-sheets

  • Hicks, B. J., & Allan, M. (2015). Remote sensing of water quality – fact sheet. Hamilton, New Zealand: Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand (LERNZ). Retrieved from https://www.lernz.co.nz/tools-and-resources/fact-sheets

  • Ross, P. M., Bennion, M., Tana, R., & Hicks, B. (2015). Can metal hurt your herring? The effect of shipwrecks on otoliths and other tales from the debris field. In New Zealand Marine Sciences Society conference. Auckland, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://nzmss.org/assets/Events/NZMSS-A5-Abstracts-booklet-FINAL5.pdf

  • 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.

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