David M.Harper
David M.Harper
Emeritus Professor of Water Science, University of Leicester
Verified email at le.ac.uk
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Eutrophication of freshwaters
DM Harper
Chapman & Hall, 1992
8351992
Population-level metrics of trophic structure based on stable isotopes and their application to invasion ecology
MC Jackson, I Donohue, AL Jackson, JR Britton, DM Harper, J Grey
PloS one 7 (2), e31757, 2012
3132012
The habitat-scale ecohydraulics of rivers
JL Kemp, DM Harper, GA Crosa
Ecological engineering 16 (1), 17-29, 2000
2382000
Towards an understanding of human impact upon the hydrology of Lake Naivasha, Kenya
R Becht, DM Harper
Lake Naivasha, Kenya, 1-11, 2002
2022002
Ecology and management of Lake Naivasha, Kenya, in relation to climatic change, alien species' introductions, and agricultural development
DM Harper, KM Mavuti, SM Muchiri
Environmental conservation 17 (4), 328-336, 1990
1901990
The Ecological Management of the Natural River Environment
DM Harper
The ecological basis for river management, 219-238, 1995
188*1995
Use of ‘functional habitats’ to link ecology with morphology and hydrology in river rehabilitation
JL Kemp, DM Harper, GA Crosa
Aquatic conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems 9 (1), 159-178, 1999
1761999
Remote sensing of chlorophyll-a as a measure of cyanobacterial biomass in Lake Bogoria, a hypertrophic, saline–alkaline, flamingo lake, using Landsat ETM+
EJ Tebbs, JJ Remedios, DM Harper
Remote Sensing of Environment 135, 92-106, 2013
1522013
From introduction to fishery dominance: the initial impacts of the invasive carp Cyprinus carpio in Lake Naivasha, Kenya, 1999 to 2006
JR Britton, RR Boar, J Grey, J Foster, J Lugonzo, DM Harper
Journal of Fish biology 71, 239-257, 2007
1422007
Streamwater phosphorus and nitrogen across a gradient in rural–agricultural land use intensity
HP Jarvie, PJA Withers, MJ Bowes, EJ Palmer-Felgate, DM Harper, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 135 (4), 238-252, 2010
1392010
Lake Naivasha, Kenya: Ecohydrology to guide the management of a tropical protected area
DM Harper, KM Mavuti
139*2004
Phosphorus inputs to Lake Naivasha, Kenya, from its catchment and the trophic state of the lake
N Kitaka, DM Harper, KM Mavuti
Lake Naivasha, Kenya, 73-80, 2002
1362002
Why should the habitat‐level approach underpin holistic river survey and management?
D Harper, M Everard
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 8 (4), 395-413, 1998
1361998
A cost‐effective approach for linking habitats, flow types and species requirements
MD Newson, DM Harper, CL Padmore, JL Kemp, B Vogel
Aquatic conservation: Marine and freshwater ecosystems 8 (4), 431-446, 1998
1311998
Medicinal flora and ethnoecological knowledge in the Naran Valley, Western Himalaya, Pakistan
SM Khan, S Page, H Ahmad, H Shaheen, Z Ullah, M Ahmad, DM Harper
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 9 (1), 1-13, 2013
1212013
Feeding of the exotic Louisiana red swamp crayfish, Procambarus clarkii (Crustacea, Decapoda), in an African tropical lake: Lake Naivasha, Kenya
AC Smart, DM Harper, F Malaisse, S Schmitz, S Coley, ...
Lake Naivasha, Kenya, 129-142, 2002
1162002
Habitat degradation and subsequent fishery collapse in Lakes Naivasha and Baringo, Kenya.
P Hickley, M Muchiri, R Boar, R Britton, C Adams, N Gichuru, D Harper
1142004
The aquatic macrophytes of an English lowland river system: assessing response to nutrient enrichment
BOL Demars, DM Harper
Hydrobiologia 384 (1), 75-88, 1998
1101998
Aquatic biodiversity and saline lakes: lake Bogoria National Reserve, Kenya
DM Harper, RB Childress, MM Harper, RR Boar, P Hickley, SC Mills, ...
Aquatic biodiversity, 259-276, 2003
1072003
The status and future of the Lake Naivasha fishery, Kenya
P Hickley, R Bailey, DM Harper, R Kundu, M Muchiri, R North, A Taylor
Hydrobiologia 488 (1), 181-190, 2002
1072002
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