Australian research making a Global Impact…
Figure 1. My global research engagement frequency map as of 2021.
Imberger, M., B. Hatt, S. Brown, R. Burrows, M. J. Burns, C.J. Walsh (In review) Headwater streams in an urbanizing world. Freshwater Science.
Walsh, C. J., M. Imberger, M. J. Burns, D. G. Bos, T. D. Fletcher (2022) Dispersed urban-stormwater control improved stream water quality in a catchment-scale experiment. Ecological Applications, DOI: 10.31219/osf.io/4j6vk
Walsh, C. J., M. J. Burns, T. D. Fletcher, D. G. Bos, P. Poelsma, J. Kunapo, M. Imberger (2021) Linking stormwater control performance to stream ecosystem outcomes: incorporating a performance metric into effective imperviousness, PLOS Water, 1(2), DOI: 10.1371/journal.pwat.0000004
Threlfall, C., E. Marzinelli, A. Ossola, A. Bugnot, M. Bishop, E. Lowe, S. Imberger, S. Myers, P. Steinberg, K. Dafforn (2021) Towards cross-realm management of coastal urban ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, DOI: 10.1002/fee.2323
Tiegs, S., D. Costello, M. Isken, S. Imberger et al. (2019) Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones. Science Advances, 5. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aav0486
Parris, K., M. Amati, S. Bekessy, D. Dagenais, O. Fryd, A. Hahs, D. Hes, S. Imberger, S. Livesley, A. Marshall, J. Rhodes, C. Threlfall, R. Tingley, R. van der Ree, C. Walsh, M. Wilkerson, N. Williams (2018) The seven lamps of planning for biodiversity in the city. Cities, 83, 44-53.
Imberger, S., C. Walsh, E. Tsyrlin, D. Kerr and M. Tewman (2016) Variability in the response of amphipods and macroinvertebrate assemblage structure to prolonged drought in forested upland streams. Biodiversity and Conservation, 25, 1465-1480.
Walsh, C., T. Fletcher, D. Bos and S. Imberger (2015) Restoring a stream through retention of urban stormwater runoff: a catchment-scale experiment in a social-ecological system. Freshwater Science, 34, 1161-1168.
Imberger, S., P. Cook, M. Grace and R. Thompson (2014) Tracing carbon sources in small urbanising streams: catchment-scale stormwater drainage overwhelms the effects of reach-scale riparian vegetation. Freshwater Biology, 59, 168-186.
Imberger, S., R. Thompson and M. Grace (2011) Urban catchment hydrology overwhelms reach scale effects of riparian vegetation on organic matter dynamics. Freshwater Biology, 56, 1370-1389.
Imberger, S., R. Thompson and M. Grace (2010) Searching for effective indicators of ecosystem function in urban streams: assessing cellulose decomposition potential. Freshwater Biology, 55, 2089-2106.
Imberger, S., C. Walsh, and M. Grace (2008) More microbial activity, not abrasive flow or shredder abundance, accelerates breakdown of labile leaf litter in urban streams. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 27, 549-561.
Grace, M. and S. Imberger (2006) Stream metabolism: Performing & Interpreting Measurements, Water Studies Centre, Monash University, Report for the Murray-Darling Basin Commission, pp 193.
Webb, J.A., M. Grace, C. Pollino, and S. Imberger (2004) Review of Water Quality Monitoring Programs in the Goulburn-Broken Catchment. Report for the Goulburn-Broken Catchment Management Authority, pp 78
Burns, M. T. Fletcher, S. Imberger, P. Poelsma, C. Walsh and R. James (2020) New insights into the hydrologic behaviour of headwater streams, Symposium on Urban Stream Ecology, Texas 12-15 February.
Imberger, S., C. Walsh, T. Fletcher, D. Boss and M. Burns (2019) Factors limiting the capacity of stormwater control measures to protect stream ecosystems, Novatech, Lyon 1-4 July (oral presentation).
Imberger, S., C. Walsh, T. Fletcher, D. Boss and M. Burns (2015) Looking to the catchment to save the stream: a preliminary assessment of the catchment-scale restoration of urban stream structure and function, Joint Conference for the New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society and Australian Society for Limnology, Wellington 23-26 November (oral presentation).
Imberger, S., C. Walsh (2013) Multi-year delay in recovery of amphipod populations following cease-to-flow events in forested upland streams, Australian Society for Limnology, 2013 Annual Conference, Canberra 2-5 December (oral presentation).
Imberger, S., C. Walsh, T. Fletcher and D. Boss (2012) Challenges of a long-term, large-scale manipulation experiment in an urban ecosystem, Ecological Society of Australia, 2012 Annual Conference, Melbourne 3-7 December (oral presentation).
Imberger, S., R. Thompson and M. Grace (2011) A Question of Scale: The effects of urbanisation and riparian vegetation on organic carbon processing in small streams, Australian Society for Limnology, 50th Annual Congress, Brisbane 26-29 September (oral presentation).
Imberger, S., R. Thompson and M. Grace (2010) A Question of Scale: The effects of urbanisation and riparian vegetation on coarse particulate organic matter transport and standing stocks, Aquatic sciences: Global changes from the centre to the edge, Santa Fe, USA, 6 -11 June. (poster presentation)
Imberger, S., M. Grace and R. Thompson (2009) A Question of Scale: The effects of urbanisation and riparian vegetation on stream metabolism, Australian Society for Limnology, 48th Annual Congress, Alice Springs 28 September – 2 October. (oral presentation)
Imberger, S., R. Thompson, M. Grace (2009) A question of scale: The effects o urbanisation and riparian vegetation on stream metabolism, The 10th international congress of ecology (INTECOL), Brisbane 16 -21 August .(oral presentation)
Imberger, S., R. Thompson, M. Grace and C. Walsh (2008) “What’s for dinner?” said the microbe to the ecologist, Australian Society for Limnology, 47th Annual Congress, Mandurah 29 September – 3 October. (oral presentation)
Imberger, S., C. Walsh, and M. Grace (2007) More microbial activity, not shredder abundance or abrasive flow increase the breakdown rate of labile leaf litter in urban streams, 10th International Riversymposium, Brisbane 3 – 6 September. (poster presentation)