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Paul Wood
Paul Wood
Department of Geography, Loughborough University
Verified email at lboro.ac.uk
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Biological effects of fine sediment in the lotic environment
PJ Wood, PD Armitage
Environmental management 21 (2), 203-217, 1997
16711997
Inter‐disciplinary perspectives on processes in the hyporheic zone
S Krause, DM Hannah, JH Fleckenstein, CM Heppell, D Kaeser, R Pickup, ...
Ecohydrology 4 (4), 481-499, 2011
2862011
Flow variability and macroinvertebrate community response within riverine systems
WA Monk, PJ Wood, DM Hannah, DA Wilson, CA Extence, RP Chadd
River Research and Applications 22 (5), 595-615, 2006
2032006
The influence of habitat structure and flow permanence on invertebrate communities in karst spring systems
H Smith, PJ Wood, J Gunn
Hydrobiologia 510 (1), 53-66, 2003
1962003
Pond biodiversity and habitat loss in the UK
PJ Wood, MT Greenwood, MD Agnew
Area 35 (2), 206-216, 2003
1962003
Sediment deposition in a small lowland stream—management implications
PJ Wood, PD Armitage
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management: An International Journal Devoted to …, 1999
1901999
Evidence needed to manage freshwater ecosystems in a changing climate: turning adaptation principles into practice
RL Wilby, H Orr, G Watts, RW Battarbee, PM Berry, R Chadd, SJ Dugdale, ...
Science of the total environment 408 (19), 4150-4164, 2010
1802010
Broad‐scale patterns of invertebrate richness and community composition in temporary rivers: Effects of flow intermittence
T Datry, ST Larned, KM Fritz, MT Bogan, PJ Wood, EI Meyer, AN Santos
Ecography 37 (1), 94-104, 2014
1782014
Ecohydrology and hydroecology: a ‘new paradigm’?
DM Hannah, PJ Wood, JP Sadler
Hydrological processes 18 (17), 3439-3445, 2004
1772004
The assessment of fine sediment accumulation in rivers using macro‐invertebrate community response
C A. Extence, R P. CHADD, J England, M J. DUNBAR, P J. WOOD, ...
River Research and Applications 29 (1), 17-55, 2013
1702013
Selection of river flow indices for the assessment of hydroecological change
WA Monk, PJ Wood, DM Hannah, DA Wilson
River Research and Applications 23 (1), 113-122, 2007
1542007
Urban ponds as an aquatic biodiversity resource in modified landscapes
MJ Hill, J Biggs, I Thornhill, RA Briers, DG Gledhill, JC White, PJ Wood, ...
Global change biology 23 (3), 986-999, 2017
1522017
The changing role of ecohydrological science in guiding environmental flows
MC Acreman, IC Overton, J King, PJ Wood, IG Cowx, MJ Dunbar, E Kendy, ...
Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (3-4), 433-450, 2014
1522014
The impairment of river systems by metal mine contamination: a review including remediation options
P Byrne, PJ Wood, I Reid
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 42 (19), 2017-2077, 2012
1512012
Macroinvertebrate community response to inter‐annual and regional river flow regime dynamics
WA Monk, PJ Wood, DM Hannah, DA Wilson
River Research and Applications 24 (7), 988-1001, 2008
1482008
Developing environmental standards for abstractions from UK rivers to implement the EU Water Framework Directive/Développement de standards environnementaux sur les …
M Acreman, M Dunbar, J Hannaford, O Mountford, P Wood, N Holmes, ...
Hydrological Sciences Journal 53 (6), 1105-1120, 2008
1292008
Is the hyporheic zone a refugium for macroinvertebrates during severe low flow conditions?
PJ Wood, AJ Boulton, S Little, R Stubbington
Fundamental and Applied Limnology/Archiv für Hydrobiologie 176 (4), 377-390, 2010
1252010
The response of perennial and temporary headwater stream invertebrate communities to hydrological extremes
R Stubbington, AM Greenwood, PJ Wood, PD Armitage, J Gunn, ...
Hydrobiologia 630 (1), 299-312, 2009
1202009
Flow variations and macroinvertebrate community responses in a small groundwater‐dominated stream in south‐east England
PJ Wood, MD Agnew, GE Petts
Hydrological Processes 14 (16‐17), 3133-3147, 2000
1192000
Hydroecology and ecohydrology: past, present and future
PJ Wood, DM Hannah, JP Sadler
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
1122008
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