Links and publications
Hamilton urban stream publicationsAldridge, B.M.T.A. and B.J. Hicks. 2006. The distribution of fish in the urban gully system streams of Hamilton City. CBER Contract Report No. 48. Client report prepared for Environment Waikato and Hamilton City Council. Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research, Department of Biological Sciences, School of Science and Engineering, The University of Waikato, Hamilton.
Clarkson, B.D.; McQueen, J.C. 2004. Ecological restoration in Hamilton City, North Island, New Zealand. 16th International Conference, Society for Ecological Restoration, August 24-26, 2004, Victoria, Canada.
Clearwater, S.J.; Valler, T. 2012. Contaminants in Hamilton's urban stream sediments and ectoxicity to amphipods. Waikato Regional Council Technical Report 2012/38. Waikato Regional Council, Hamilton.
Collier, K.J.; Clarkson, B.D.; Aldridge, B.M.T.A.; Hicks, B.J. 2008. Can urban streams be restored? Linking vegetation restoration with urban stormwater mitigation. Proceedings of the New Zealand Water and Wastes Association conference, 15-16 May, Rotorua.
Collier, K.J.; Aldridge, B.M.T.A.; Hicks, B.J.; Kelly, J.; Macdonald, A; Smith, B.J.; Tonkin, J. 2009. Ecological values of Hamilton urban streams (North Island, New Zealand): constraints and opportunities for restoration. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 32: 177-189.
Collier, K.L.; Clements, B.L. 2011. Influences of catchment and corridor imperviousness on urban stream macroinvertebrate communities at multiple spatial scales. Hydrobiologia 664: 35-50.
Downs, T.; Clarkson, B.; Beard, C. 2000. Key ecological sites of Hamilton City. Site descriptions vols. I and II. Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research, The University of Waikato, Hamilton.
Hickey, C.; Macaskill, B.; Martin, M. Scarsbrook, M.; Williamson, B. 2001. Hamilton city stormwater: assessment of contaminant loads and impacts on the Waikato Rvier. NIWA client report HCC00210, NIWA, Hamilton.
Hicks, B.J.; G.B. Reynolds; J.L. Laboyrie; and C.D.H. Hill. 2001. Ecological and physical characteristics of the Te Awa O Katapaki Stream, Flagstaff, Waikato. CBER Contract Report 13. Prepared for CDL Land (NZ) Limited. Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research, Department of Biological Sciences, The University of Waikato, Hamilton. 19 pp.
Morgan, D.K.J.; Waas, J.R.; Innes, J. 2009. An inventory of mammalian pests in a New Zealand city. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 36: 23-33.
Peters, M. 2008. Urban waterways. Survey of Hamilton residents. New Zealand Landcare Trust, Hamilton.
Smith, B. Diversity of adult aquatic insects in Hamilton urban streams and seepages. Technical report 2007/20, Environment Waikato, Hamilton.
Tonkin & Taylor 2001. Hamilton City Council municipal stormwater discharges. Assessment of environmental effects. Tonkin & Taylor, Hamilton.
Tulagi A. 2012. Regional rivers water quality monitoring programme: Data report 2012. Waikato Regional Council Technical Report 2013/13.
Valler, T.L. 2013. Sources and effects of catchment-derived bioavailable contaminants in Hamilton urban streams. Unpubl MSc thesis, University of Waikato, Hamilton.
Vant, W. 2008. Trends in river water quality in the Waikato Region 1987-2007. Environment Waikato Technical Report 2008/33. Environment Waikato, Hamilton.
Wilding, T. K. 1998. The state of Hamilton streams. Environment Waikato Technical Report 1997/17, Environment Waikato, Hamilton.
Williamson, B. 2001. Streams and lakes in and near Hamilton and the issues for stormwater disposal. NIWA client report HCC00213, NIWA, Hamilton.
Wood, M. 2011. Stormwater management guidelines for Mangakotukutuku Stream catchment.Waikato Regional Council Internal Series 2011/19.