Research Publications for Warwick B Silvester
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Pearson, L. K., Hendy, C. H., Hamilton, D. P., & Silvester, W. B. (2011). Nitrogen-15 isotope enrichment in benthic boundary layer gases of a stratified eutrophic iron and manganese rich lake. Aquatic Geochemistry, 18(1), 1-19. doi:10.1007/s10498-011-9143-2
Clarkson, B. R., Schipper, L. A., & Silvester, W. B. (2009). Nutritional niche separation in coexisting bog species demonstrated by ¹⁵N-enriched simulated rainfall. Austral Ecology, 34, 377-385. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2009.01939.x
Bruesewitz, D. A., Hamilton, D., Schipper, L., & Silvester, W. (2009). Denitrification capacity of lake sediments across a gradient of catchment land use in Rotorua, New Zealand. In Combined annual science review meetings of the Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand and the Freshwater Products and Strategies Program of the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Hamilton, D., McBride, C., McCarthy, M., Silvester, W., Pearson, L., & Hendy, C. (2008). Rates of nitrogen loss via denitrification are related to lake trophic status. In New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society Conference. Conference held at New Plymouth, New Zealand.
Luo, L., Hamilton, D. P., White, P., Ye, W., Silvester, W., & Hong, T. (2008). Simulating climate and land use impacts on lake water quality using a coupled climate-watershed-lake ecosystem model. In New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society Conference. Conference held at New Plymouth, New Zealand.
Baldwin, A., Hamilton, D., Silvester, W., & Hall, J. (2006). Physical and biological processes contributing to the formation and break down of the deep chlorophyll maximum in Lake Tarawera. In New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society Conference: Keeping it Fresh, Werohia te wero (Take up the challenge). Conference held at Rotorua, New Zealand.
Clarkson, B., Schipper, L., & Silvester, W. (2006). Tracer stable isotopes show co-exisiting bog species have different nutritional niches. In Joint Conference of the NZ Ecological Society and the Ecological Society of Australia. Conference held at Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington.
Menneer, J. C., Ledgard, S., McLay, C., & Silvester, W. (2005). Animal treading during wet soil conditions reducs N₂ fixation in mixed clover-grass pasture. Plant and Soil, unknown, 317-325. Retrieved from http://www.ulrichsweb.com/
Tozer, W. C., Wilkins, K. J., Wang, H., van den Heuval, M., Charleson, T., & Silvester, W. B. (2005). Using ¹⁵N to determine a budget for effluent-derived nitrogen applied to forest. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, 41(1), 13-30. doi:10.1080/10256010500053649
Clarkson, B. R., Schipper, L. A., Moyersoen, B., & Silvester, W. B. (2005). Foliar 15N natural abundance indicates phosphorus limitation of bog species. Oecologia, 144(4), 550-557. doi:10.1007/s00442-005-0033-4