Items where Author is "Gething, KJ"

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BIONDI, G., GETHING, K.J., KABIR, J., SYKES, T. and STUBBINGTON, R., 2022. The invertebrate biodiversity in the hidden headwater springs and streams of the southern Chalk. FBA News: the Freshwater Biological Association newsletter, 85, 8–11. ISSN 1476-2269

WEBB, J.R., GETHING, K.J., KRATZ, C.C., ENGLAND, J., DREWITT, A.L. and STUBBINGTON, R., 2022. A standardised multi-method survey to enhance characterisation of riparian invertebrate communities. Water and Environment Journal. ISSN 1747-6585

GETHING, K.J., 2021. Physicochemical drivers of managed river and agricultural drainage channel macroinvertebrate communities. River Research and Applications, 37 (4), pp. 675-680. ISSN 1535-1459

GETHING, K.J., RIPLEY, M.C., MATHERS, K.L., CHADD, R.P. and WOOD, P.J., 2020. The influence of substrate type on macroinvertebrate assemblages within agricultural drainage ditches. Hydrobiologia, 847 (20), pp. 4273-4284. ISSN 0018-8158

GETHING, K.J. and LITTLE, S., 2020. The importance of artificial drains for macroinvertebrate biodiversity in reclaimed agricultural landscapes. Hydrobiologia. ISSN 0018-8158

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

STUBBINGTON, R., GETHING, K.J. and SYKES, T., 2022. Chalk streams: why ‘England’s rainforests’ are so rare and precious. The Conversation. ISSN 2044-5032

GETHING, K.J., SYKES, T., BIONDI, G., MACADAM, C. and STUBBINGTON, R., 2021. Ditching misconceptions: rare temporary stream specialists in artificial habitats. FBA News: the Freshwater Biological Association newsletter (83), pp. 14-18. ISSN 1476-2269

GETHING, K.J., PICKWELL, A. and WOOD, P.J., 2019. Metaldehyde slug pellets in freshwater ecosystems: poison in the water or much ado about nothing? FBA News: the Freshwater Biological Association newsletter, pp. 4-6. ISSN 1476-2269

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