|Investigating C-4 sugar contamination of manuka honey and other New Zealand honey varieties using carbon isotopes|
KM Rogers, M Sim, S Stewart, A Phillips, J Cooper, C Douance, R Pyne, ...
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 62 (12), 2605-2614, 2014
|Feeding and nutrient excretion of the New Zealand freshwater mussel Echyridella menziesii (Hyriidae, Unionida): implications for nearshore nutrient budgets in lakes and reservoirs|
H Cyr, KJ Collier, SJ Clearwater, BJ Hicks, SD Stewart
Aquatic Sciences 79 (3), 557-571, 2017
|Variable littoral‐pelagic coupling as a food‐web response to seasonal changes in pelagic primary production|
SD Stewart, DP Hamilton, WT Baisden, M Dedual, P Verburg, IC Duggan, ...
Freshwater Biology 62 (12), 2008-2025, 2017
|Trophic control changes with season and nutrient loading in lakes|
TL Rogers, SB Munch, SD Stewart, EP Palkovacs, A Giron‐Nava, ...
Ecology letters 23 (8), 1287-1297, 2020
|Invasive nitrogen-fixing plant amplifies terrestrial–aquatic nutrient flow and alters ecosystem function|
SD Stewart, MB Young, JS Harding, TW Horton
Ecosystems 22 (3), 587-601, 2019
|The role of mobile consumers in lake nutrient cycles: a brief review|
SD Stewart, DP Hamilton, WT Baisden, P Verburg, IC Duggan
Hydrobiologia 818 (1), 11-29, 2018
|Fish isotopic niches associated with environmental indicators and human disturbance along a disturbed large subtropical river in China|
S Wang, BK Luo, YJ Qin, JG Zhao, TT Wang, SD Stewart, Y Yang, ...
Science of The Total Environment 750, 141667, 2021
|Individual diet specialization drives population trophic niche responses to environmental change in a predator fish population|
SD Stewart, D Kelly, L Biessy, O Laroche, SA Wood
Food Webs 27, e00193, 2021
|Consumer‐diet discrimination of δ13C and δ15N: Source‐ and feeding‐oriented patterns based on gut content analysis in a large subtropical river of China|
S Wang, BK Luo, YJ Qin, LH Su, SD Stewart, TT Wang, JP Tang, BD He, ...
River Research and Applications 36 (7), 1124-1136, 2020
|Littoral greening of clear lakes: The mystery of benthic filamentous algal blooms|
YM Vadeboncoeur, MV Moore, S Chandra, SD Stewart
Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 29 (2), 2020
|Using stable isotopes to trace the sources and fates of nitrate within mixed land-use catchments on the Banks Peninsula, New Zealand|
University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2011
|Blue waters, green bottoms: Benthic filamentous algal blooms are an emerging threat to clear lakes worldwide|
Y Vadeboncoeur, MV Moore, SD Stewart, S Chandra, KS Atkins, JS Baron, ...
BioScience 71 (10), 1011-1027, 2021
|Stable isotopes reveal effects of natural drivers and anthropogenic pressures on isotopic niches of invertebrate communities in a large subtropical river of China|
S Wang, LH Su, BK Luo, YJ Qin, SD Stewart, JP Tang, TT Wang, Y Yang, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 27 (29), 36132-36146, 2020
|Blue Waters, Green Bottoms: Benthic Filamentous Algal Blooms Are an Emerging Threat to Clear Lakes Worldwide|
S Chandra, Y Vadeboncoeur, M Moore, SD Stewart
AGU Fall Meeting 2021, 2021
|Impacts of environmental factors on the food web structure, energy flows, and system attributes along a subtropical urban river in southern China|
S Wang, TT Wang, HJ Lin, SD Stewart, G Cheng, W Li, FJ Yang, ...
Science of The Total Environment 794, 148673, 2021
|When are bacteria really gazelles? Comparing patchy ecologies with dimensionless numbers|
SS Urmy, AN Cramer, TL Rogers, J Sullivan-Stack, ML Schmidt, ...
|Seasonal and spatial patterns in nitrogen cycling and food web interactions in Lake Taupō New Zealand|
The University of Waikato, 2018
|Tracing the source and fate of nitrate in contemporary mixed land-use surface water systems|
SD Stewart, MB Young, TW Horton, JS Harding
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2011, B11C-0508, 2011
|Using Stable Isotopes to Trace the Sources and Fates of Nitrate Within Mixed Land-use Catchments on the Banks Peninsula, New Zealand: A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfilment …|
University of Canterbury, 2011
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