Understanding Change in the Ecological Character of Internationally Important Wetlands

Eds: Gell PA & Finlayson CM

Marine and Freshwater Research, vol. 67(6), 683-879, 2016

This special issue is an outcome of the PAGES-sponsored 2013 workshop ‘Ramsar Wetlands: Understanding Change in Ecological Character’ held at Queenscliff, Australia.

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> Editorial: Understanding change in the ecological character of wetlands [p.683]
Gell PA & Finlayson CM

> Editorial: Understanding change in the ecological character of internationally important wetlands [p.658]
Davidson NC

> Role of palaeoecology in describing the ecological character of wetlands [p.p.687]
Finlayson CM, Clarke SJ, Davidson NC & Gell P

> Palaeoecology to inform wetland conservation and management: some experiences and prospects [p.695]
Clarke SJ & Lynch AJJ

> Using palaeoecological and palaeoenvironmental records to guide restoration, conservation and adaptive management of Ramsar freshwater wetlands: lessons from the Everglades, USA [p.707]
Riedinger-Whitmore MA

> The Gippsland Lakes: management challenges posed by long-term environmental change [p.721]
Boon PI, Cook P & Woodland R

> Implications of environmental trajectories for Limits of Acceptable Change: a case study of the Riverland Ramsar site, South Australia [p.738]
Newall PR, Lloyd LN, Gell PA & Walker KF

> High-resolution, multiproxy palaeoenvironmental changes recorded from Two Mile Lake, southern Western Australia: implications for Ramsar-listed playa sites [p.748]
Gouramanis C, De Deckker P, Wilkins D & Dodson J

> A Ramsar-wetland in suburbia: wetland management in an urbanised, industrialised area [p.771]
Kermode SJ, Heijnis H, Wong H, Zawadzki A, Gadd P & Permana A

> Wandering wetlands: spatial patterns of historical channel and floodplain change in the Ramsar-listed Macquarie Marshes, Australia [p.782]
Ralph TJ, Hesse PP & Kobayashi T

> Using sedimentary diatoms to identify reference conditions and historical variability in shallow lake ecosystems in the Yangtze floodplain [p.803]
Dong X, Yang X, Chen X, Liu Q, Yao M, Wang R & Xu M

> Patterned fen formation and development from the Great Sandy Region, south-east Queensland, Australia [p.816]
Moss P, Tibby J, Shapland F, Fairfax R, Stewart P, Barr C, Petherick L, Gontz A & Sloss C

> Assessing wetland degradation and loss of ecosystem services in the Niger Delta, Nigeria [p.828]
Ayanlade A & Proske U

> Industrial past, urban future: using palaeo-studies to determine the industrial legacy of the Barwon Estuary, Victoria, Australia [p.837]
Reeves JM, Gell PA, Reichman SM, Trewarn AJ & Zawadzki A

> Socio-ecological aspects of sustaining Ramsar wetlands in three biodiverse developing countries [p.850]
Lynch AJJ, Kalumanga E & Ospina GA

> MF16075Understanding change in the ecological character of Ramsar wetlands: perspectives from a deeper time – synthesis [p.869]
Gell PA, Finlayson CM & Davidson NC

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