Research Publications for Janys L (Lee) Laboyrie
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Hicks, B. J., Bryant, N., Green, J. D., Reynolds, G. B., & Laboyrie, L. L. (2002). Management of University of Waikato campus lakes: progress reports no. 3 and 4 CBER contract Report no. 15. Hamilton: Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research.
Hicks, B. J., Reynolds, G. B., Jamieson, P. M., & Laboyrie, J. L. (2001). Fish population of the lake Ngaroto, Waikato, and fish passage at the outlet weir. University of Waikato, Hamilton: Centre Biodiversity and Ecology Research.
Hicks, B. J., Reynolds, G. B., Laboyrie, J. L., & Hill, C. D. (2001). Management of the University of Waikato campus lakes: progress report number 2. University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ: Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research.
Hicks, B. J., Reynolds, G. B., & Laboyrie, J. L. (2001). Ecological and physical characterstics of the Te Awa O Katapaki Stream, Flagstaff, Waikato. Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato.
Hicks, B. J., & Laboyrie, J. L. (1999). Preliminary estimates of mass-loss rates, changes in stable isotope composition, and invertrebrate colonisation of evergreen and deciduous leaves in a Waikato, New Zealand, stream. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 33, 221-232.
Chapman, M. A., Schnabel, K. E., Stevens, M. I., Hogg, I. D., & Laboyrie, J. L. (1998). Corophid amphipods in estuarine and inland habitats in NZ: Chiltonian confusions resolved. In The 31st Annual Meeting of the NZ Limnology Society. Conference held at Dunedin.