Marine and Freshwater Research

Papers
(The TQCC of Marine and Freshwater Research is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Remote sensing and geostatistics in urban water-resource monitoring: a review121
Impact of dam construction on precipitation: a regional perspective79
A trickle, not a flood: environmental watering in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia38
Evaluation and empirical study of Happy River on the basis of AHP: a case study of Shaoxing City (Zhejiang, China)22
Wetland ecological character and wise use: towards a new framing21
Towards a Universal Declaration of the Rights of Wetlands19
Extensive coral reef decline in Nha Trang Bay, Vietnam: Acanthaster planci outbreak: the final event in a sequence of chronic disturbances19
Population structure of the chub mackerel (Scomber colias) in the North-east Atlantic inferred from otolith shape and body morphometrics19
Assessment of the causes and solutions to the significant 2018–19 fish deaths in the Lower Darling River, New South Wales, Australia18
Ten key issues from the Global Wetland Outlook for decision makers17
Spatio-temporal variability of amphipod assemblages associated with rhodolith seabeds16
Recurrent coral bleaching in north-western Australia and associated declines in coral cover16
Policy changes in dam construction and biodiversity conservation in the Yangtze River Basin, China16
Reconstructing Kenya’s total freshwater fisheries catches: 1950–201714
Key steps to improve the assessment, evaluation and management of fish kills: lessons from the Murray–Darling River system, Australia13
Flow to nowhere: the disconnect between environmental watering and the conservation of threatened species in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia12
Spatial and temporal variations in particulate organic carbon in Indonesian waters over two decades12
Contrasting natal origin and movement history informs recovery pathways for three lowland river species following a mass fish kill11
Development of a 16S metabarcoding assay for the environmental DNA (eDNA) detection of aquatic reptiles across northern Australia11
Lacking character? A policy analysis of environmental watering of Ramsar wetlands in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia11
Spatial variation of ostracod (Crustacea, Ostracoda) egg banks in temporary lakes of a tropical flood plain11
Morphological and genetic characterisation of the introduced copepod Lernaea cyprinacea Linnaeus (Cyclopoida: Lernaeidae) occurring in the Murrumbidgee catchment, Australia10
New South Wales rocky reefs are under threat10
The ‘ecological character’ of wetlands: a foundational concept in the Ramsar Convention, yet still cause for debate 50 years later10
How fish kills affected traditional (Baakandji) and non-traditional communities on the Lower Darling–10
Development of the text of the Ramsar Convention: 1965–197110
Australian forested wetlands under climate change: collapse or proliferation?10
Reproductive biology of female blue swimmer crabs in the temperate estuaries of south-eastern Australia9
Ecohydraulic model for designing environmental flows supports recovery of imperilled Murray cod (9
Rewilding watersheds: using nature’s algorithms to fix our broken rivers9
Humpback whale (9
Fifty years of criteria development for selecting wetlands of international importance9
Water quality dynamics of floodplain lakes in relation to river flooding and cattle grazing9
Effect of climate variability on water quality trends in New Zealand rivers9
Performance of acoustic telemetry in relation to submerged aquatic vegetation in a nearshore freshwater habitat8
Kills in the Darling: assessing the impact of the 2018–20 mass fish kills on the fish communities of the Lower Darling–8
Comparison of an extracellular v. total DNA extraction approach for environmental DNA-based monitoring of sediment biota8
Identifying physiological and environmental influences on otolith chemistry in a coastal fishery species8
The effect of environmental conditions on seasonal and inter-annual abundance of two species in the Yangtze River estuary8
Continuing the discussion about ecological futures for the lower Murray River (Australia) in the Anthropocene8
Otolith chemistry delineates the influence of natal origin, dispersal and flow on the population dynamics of golden perch (8
Intraspecific variation in diel patterns of rocky reef use suggests temporal partitioning in Port Jackson sharks8
Preliminary investigation of reproductive hormone profiles in the blacktip shark (8
Ecosystem structure and resilience of the Florida Bay Estuary: an original ecosystem model with implications for everglades restoration8
Climate change and cyanobacteria harmful algae blooms: adaptation practices for developing countries8
Dietary analysis and mesocosm feeding trials confirm the eastern rock lobster (8
What’s wrong with the Australian River Assessment System (AUSRIVAS)?8
Shifting baselines and political expediency in New Zealand8
A decade-long study on mayfly emergence patterns8
Abundance, distribution and reproduction of the Data-Deficient species (Squalus blainville) around Sardinia Island (central western Mediterranean Sea) as a contribution to its conservation8
The more the merrier: using environmental flows to improve floodplain vegetation condition7
Hybridisation experiments between freshwater prawns Macrobrachium amazonicum and M. pantanalense (Decapoda: Palaemonidae), and the effects of geographical isolation7
Attribution of river water-quality trends to agricultural land use and climate variability in New Zealand7
Succession of marine fouling community influences the associated mobile fauna via physical complexity increment7
Conventional tagging of sharks in Western Australia: the main commercial species exhibit contrasting movement patterns7
Biology and conservation of the unique and diverse halophilic macroinvertebrates of Australian salt lakes7
Population demographics of golden perch (7
Contamination by antibiotics and their degradation and removal methods7
Hydra vulgaris assay as environmental assessment tool for ecotoxicology in freshwaters: a review7
Field trials to determine the efficacy of aerators to mitigate hypoxia in inland waterways7
Review of options for creating and maintaining oxygen refuges for fish during destratification-driven hypoxia in rivers7
Individual variation influences avoidance behaviour of invasive common carp (7
Tidal–diel patterns of movement, activity and habitat use by juvenile mangrove whiprays using towed-float GPS telemetry7
Is the Paraíba do Sul River colourful? Prevalence of microplastics in freshwater, south-eastern Brazil7
Host-associated microbiota of yellow stingrays (Urobatis jamaicensis) is shaped by their environment and life history7
Long-lived life history for onaga Etelis coruscans in the Hawaiian Islands6
Shape variation of the prawn Macrobrachium jelskii (Palaemonidae: Decapoda) in the Neotropical semiarid drainages: an intra- and inter-basin investigation6
Friend or foe? Development of odour detection, differentiation and antipredator response in an embryonic elasmobranch6
Presence and abundance of microplastics in edible freshwater mussel (6
Microplastics in commercial bivalves harvested from intertidal seagrasses and sandbanks in the Ria Formosa lagoon, Portugal6
Bioenergetics of blue swimmer crab (6
Cross-jurisdictional larval supply essential for eastern Australian spanner crabs (6
Assessment of microplastic accumulation in aquatic insects of different feeding guilds collected from wastewater in Sohag Governorate, Egypt6
Resilience of a native soil seed bank in a floodplain lake subjected to cropping, grazing and extended drought6
Age and growth of tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) from Western Australia6
Reproductive biology of the finetooth shark (Carcharhinus isodon) in the northern Gulf of Mexico, with evidence of both annual and biennial reproduction6
Evaluation of a novel research trap for surveys of blue swimmer crab populations6
Elevation and land use as drivers of macroinvertebrate functional composition in Afromontane headwater streams6
Potential water pollution from recycled concrete aggregate material6
Spatial variation and drivers of vegetation structure and composition in coastal freshwater wetlands of subtropical Australia6
Implications of water quality policy on land use: a case study of the approach in New Zealand6
Historical abundance and distribution of the native flat oyster (6
Blue, green and in-between: objectives and approaches for evaluating wetland flow regimes based on vegetation outcomes6
What eats a cauliflower coral? An assessment of predation on the endangered temperate soft coral,6
Use of voluntary environmental contracts for wetland governance in the European Mediterranean region6
Reframing the human–wetlands relationship through a Universal Declaration of the Rights of Wetlands6
Drivers restricting biodiversity in Australian saline lakes: a review6
An investigation of genetic connectivity shines a light on the relative roles of isolation by distance and oceanic currents in three diadromous fish species6
Occurrence of emerging contaminants and analysis of oestrogenic activity in the water and sediments from two coastal lagoons in south-eastern Brazil5
Coastal wetland rehabilitation first-pass prioritisation for blue carbon and associated co-benefits5
Life on the farm: are zooplankton communities in natural ponds and constructed dams the same?5
Everyone has their limits: reproductive mode drives amphibian responses to land use in coastal areas5
A comparison of visual observation and DNA metabarcoding to assess the diet of juvenile sea turtle5
Is acidification of samples for isotopic analysis of carbon and nitrogen necessary for shoreline marine species?5
Comment on Davies5
Distribution of nitrogen-cycling genes in an oxygen-depleted cyclonic eddy in the Alfonso Basin, Gulf of California5
Forecasting water consumption on transboundary water resources for water resource management using the feed-forward neural network: a case study of the Nile River in Egypt and Kenya5
Anguillids in the upper Nu–Salween River, South-East Asia: species composition, distributions, natal sources and conservation implications5
Sea-level rise, marine storms and the resilience of Mediterranean coastal wetlands: lessons learned from the Ebro Delta5
Reproductive biology of a bamboo shark as a framework for better fisheries management5
Feral horses (5
Effects of magnetic fields related to submarine power cables on the behaviour of larval rainbow trout (5
Rapid age estimation of longnose skate (5
Potential fluctuation of δ5
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands5
Climate change adaptation planning for an internationally important wetland, the Muir–Byenup System Ramsar Site in south-west Australia5
Drivers of zooplankton dynamics in a small tropical lowland river5
Organic matter and metal loadings influence the spatial gradient of the benthic bacterial community in a temperate estuary5
Functional responses of mangrove fauna to forest degradation4
Is traditional fisheries management correctly addressing the possible causes of fish production decline? The relationship between environmental degradation and artisanal river fisheries in the Magdale4
Feeding ecology of juvenile Pacific bluefin tuna4
Trends in Indian Ocean marine fisheries since 1950: synthesis of reconstructed catch and effort data4
Mapping the spatial distribution of wetlands in Argentina (South America) from a fusion of national databases4
DNA barcoding and metabarcoding of highly diverse aquatic mites (Acarina) can improve their use in routine biological monitoring4
Phenology and litter production in the mangrove genus Xylocarpus along rainfall and temperature gradients in tropical Australia4
Life-history characteristics of the eastern shovelnose ray,4
Understanding salt-tolerance and biota–stressor interactions in freshwater invertebrate communities4
Spatial heterogeneity of the seed bank at a peat lake in Australia4
Age estimation of barramundi (4
Wetlands as social ecological systems, and relationality in the policy domain4
Structure, distribution patterns and ecological responses to hydrological changes in benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages in a regulated semi-arid river: baseline for biomonitoring studies4
DNA metabarcoding reveals multiple co-occurring species in4
Socio-ecological impacts of industrial aquaculture and ways forward to sustainability4
Oil and gas exploration and development in the Lake Eyre Basin: distribution and consequences for rivers and wetlands, including the Coongie Lakes Ramsar Site4
Life history of two data-poor but commercially valuable tropical reef fishes, Parupeneus barberinus and Mulloidichthys flavolineatus, from the Saipan fishery, Northern Mariana Islands4
Seasonal variation in basal resources supporting fish biomass in longitudinal zones of the Usumacinta River Basin, southern Mexico4
Carbon sources supporting Australia's most widely distributed freshwater fish, Nematalosa erebi (Günther) (Clupeidae: Dorosomatinae)4
Multi-decadal trends in large-bodied fish populations in the New South Wales Murray–Darling Basin, Australia4
Positional and ontogenetic variation in vertebral centra morphology in five batoid species4
Trophic ecology of sympatric juvenile stingrays within a nursery area4
A comparison of catch efficiency and bycatch reduction of tuna pole-and-line fisheries using Japan tuna hook (JT-hook) and circle-shaped hook (C-hook)4
Nuclear–follower foraging behaviour between Western Australian common octopus and brown-spotted wrasse4
Relationships, social networks and the emergence of recovery-based river management: implications for practice and policy4
Multifaceted local action for the conservation of the transboundary Prespa lakes Ramsar sites in the Balkans4
Corrigendum to: Identifying physiological and environmental influences on otolith chemistry in a coastal fishery species4
Characterising fish habitat use of fringing oyster reefs using acoustic imaging4
Molecular evidence reveals introduced populations of Eiseniella tetraedra (Savigny, 1826) (Annelida, Lumbricidae) with European origins from protected freshwater ecosystems of the southern Alborz Moun4
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