Matthew S. Bird
Matthew S. Bird
Senior Lecturer at University of Johannesburg
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Deeper knowledge of shallow waters: reviewing the invertebrate fauna of southern African temporary wetlands
MS Bird, MC Mlambo, RJ Wasserman, T Dalu, AJ Holland, JA Day, ...
Hydrobiologia 827, 89-121, 2019
Distribution and diversity of aquatic macroinvertebrate assemblages in a semi-arid region earmarked for shale gas exploration (Eastern Cape Karoo, South Africa)
A Mabidi, MS Bird, R Perissinotto
PLoS One 12 (6), e0178559, 2017
Aquatic invertebrates as indicators of human impacts in South African wetlands
M Bird, JA Day
Water Research Commission, Pretoria, South Africa, WRC Report No. tt 435 (09 …, 2010
Non-reliance of metazoans on stromatolite-forming microbial mats as a food resource
GM Rishworth, R Perissinotto, MS Bird, NA Strydom, N Peer, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 42614, 2017
Coexisting living stromatolites and infaunal metazoans
GM Rishworth, R Perissinotto, MS Bird
Oecologia 182, 539-545, 2016
Macroinvertebrates as unreliable indicators of human disturbance in temporary depression wetlands of the south-western Cape, South Africa
MS Bird, MC Mlambo, JA Day
Hydrobiologia 720, 19-37, 2013
Diversity patterns of temporary wetland macroinvertebrate assemblages in the south-western Cape, South Africa
MC Mlambo, MS Bird, CC Reed, JA Day
African Journal of Aquatic Science 36 (3), 299-308, 2011
Perils of life on the edge: climatic threats to global diversity patterns of wetland macroinvertebrates
LB Epele, MG Grech, EA Williams-Subiza, C Stenert, K McLean, HS Greig, ...
Science of the Total Environment 820, 153052, 2022
Increasing salinity drastically reduces hatching success of crustaceans from depression wetlands of the semi-arid Eastern Cape Karoo region, South Africa
A Mabidi, MS Bird, R Perissinotto
Scientific reports 8 (1), 5983, 2018
Wetlands in changed landscapes: the influence of habitat transformation on the physico-chemistry of temporary depression wetlands
MS Bird, JA Day
Plos one 9 (2), e88935, 2014
Grazer responses to variable macroalgal resource conditions facilitate habitat structuring
GM Rishworth, R Perissinotto, MS Bird, N Pelletier
Royal Society Open Science 5 (1), 171428, 2018
Ecology and distribution of large branchiopods (Crustacea, Branchiopoda, Anostraca, Notostraca, Laevicaudata, Spinicaudata) of the Eastern Cape Karoo, South Africa
A Mabidi, MS Bird, R Perissinotto, DC Rogers
ZooKeys, 15, 2016
Patterns and drivers of benthic macrofaunal communities dwelling within extant peritidal stromatolites
GM Rishworth, R Perissinotto, MS Bird
Limnology and Oceanography 62 (5), 2227-2242, 2017
Impacts of terrestrial habitat transformation on temporary wetland invertebrates in a sclerophyllous Sand fynbos landscape
MS Bird, JA Day
Hydrobiologia 782, 169-185, 2016
Predaceous water beetles (Coleoptera, Hydradephaga) of the Lake St Lucia system, South Africa: biodiversity, community ecology and conservation implications
R Perissinotto, MS Bird, DT Bilton
ZooKeys, 85, 2016
An invasive polychaete species found in living marine stromatolites.
NAF Miranda, EK Kupriyanova, GM Rishworth, N Peer, TG Bornman, ...
Aquatic Invasions 11 (3), 2016
Non‐native rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) occupy a different trophic niche to native Breede River redfin (Pseudobarbus burchelli) which they replace in …
JM Shelton, MS Bird, MJ Samways, JA Day
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 26 (3), 484-496, 2017
The influence of biotope on invertebrate assemblages in lentic environments: a study of two perennial alkaline wetlands in the Western Cape, South Africa
MS Bird, JA Day, HL Malan
Limnologica 48, 16-27, 2014
Variable niche size of the giant mangrove whelk Terebralia palustris (Linnaeus, 1767) in a subtropical estuary
JL Raw, R Perissinotto, MS Bird, NAF Miranda, N Peer
Hydrobiologia 803, 265-282, 2017
Cross-continental analysis of coastal biodiversity change
GM Rishworth, JB Adams, MS Bird, NK Carrasco, A Dänhardt, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1814), 20190452, 2020
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