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2018-12-01Field and laboratory evaluation of DGT for predicting metal bioaccumulation and toxicity in the freshwater bivalve Hyridella australis exposed to contaminated sedimentsAmato, ED; Marasinghe Wadige, CPM; Taylor, AM; Maher, WA; Simpson, SL; Jolley, DF
2018-10-01Changes in nutritional values induced by butachlor in juvenile diploid and triploid Clarias gariepinusKarami, A; Karbalaei, S; Ebrahimi, M; Ismail, A; Jahromi, MF; Simpson, SL; Eghtesadi Araghi, P; Lim, RP; Liang, JB
2018-09-01Assisted natural recovery of hypersaline sediments: salinity thresholds for the establishment of a community of bioturbating organismsRemaili, TM; Simpson, SL; Bennett, WW; King, JJ; Mosley, LM; Welsh, DT; Jolley, DF
2018-09-01Contrasting effects of bioturbation on metal toxicity of contaminated sediments results in misleading interpretation of the AVS-SEM metal-sulfide paradigmRemaili, TM; Yin, N; Bennett, WW; Simpson, SL; Jolley, DF; Welsh, DT
2018-07-01The use of time-averaged concentrations of metals to predict the toxicity of pulsed complex effluent exposures to a freshwater algaAngel, BM; Goodwyn, K; Jolley, DF; Simpson, SL
2013-09-30Polychaete Richness and Abundance Enhanced in Anthropogenically Modified Estuaries Despite High Concentrations of Toxic ContaminantsDafforn, KA; Kelaher, BP; Simpson, SL; Coleman, MA; Hutchings, PA; Clark, GF; Knott, NA; Doblin, MA; Johnston, EL
2012-04-01The challenge of choosing environmental indicators of anthropogenic impacts in estuariesDafforn, KA; Simpson, SL; Kelaher, BP; Clark, GF; Komyakova, V; Wong, CKC; Johnston, EL
2010-11-01A rapid amphipod reproduction test for sediment quality assessment: In situ bioassays do not replicate laboratory bioassaysMann, RM; Hyne, RV; Simandjuntak, DL; Simpson, SL
2009-06-01Development and application of a rapid amphipod reproduction test for sediment-quality assessmentMann, RM; Hyne, RV; Spadaro, DA; Simpson, SL
2006-06-01Sensitivities of Australian and New Zealand amphipods to copper and zinc in waters and metal-spiked sedimentsKing, CK; Gale, SA; Hyne, RV; Stauber, JL; Simpson, SL; Hickey, CW