David M.Harper
David M.Harper
Emeritus Professor of Water Science, University of Leicester
Adresse e-mail validée de le.ac.uk
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Eutrophication of freshwaters
DM Harper
Chapman & Hall, 1992
8001992
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
2852012
The habitat-scale ecohydraulics of rivers
JL Kemp, DM Harper, GA Crosa
Ecological engineering 16 (1), 17-29, 2000
2232000
Towards an understanding of human impact upon the hydrology of Lake Naivasha, Kenya
R Becht, DM Harper
Lake Naivasha, Kenya, 1-11, 2002
1932002
The Ecological Management of the Natural River Environment
DM Harper
The ecological basis for river management, 219-238, 1995
184*1995
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
1761990
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
1681999
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
1392013
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
1382007
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
1332002
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
1322010
Lake Naivasha, Kenya: Ecohydrology to guide the management of a tropical protected area
DM Harper, KM Mavuti
1322004
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
1311998
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
1241998
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
International Journal of Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 4 (4), 503-517, 2004
1142004
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
1062002
The aquatic macrophytes of an English lowland river system: assessing response to nutrient enrichment
BOL Demars, DM Harper
Hydrobiologia 384 (1), 75-88, 1998
1051998
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
1032002
The diet of largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides, in Lake Naivasha, Kenya
P Hickley, R North, SM Muchiri, DM Harper
Journal of Fish Biology 44 (4), 607-619, 1994
1001994
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