Dr. Daniel Shilla

Publications in Refereed Journals

\r\n\r\n1. Daniel Shilla, Takashi Asaeda, Takeshi Fujino, Brian Sanderson., 2006. Decomposition of dominant submerged macrophytes: Implications for nutrient release in Myall Lake, NSW, Australia. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 14 (5):427-433.

\r\n\r\n2. Shilla, D. A., Takashi, A., Kian, S., Hemantha L. R., Manatunge, J., 2006. Phosphorus concentration in sediment, water and tissues of three submerged macrophytes of Myall Lake, Australia. Wetlands Ecol Manage. 14 (6):549-558.

\r\n\r\n3. Martin, K., Aloyce W. M., Takashi A., and Shilla D. A., 2008. Modelling faecal streptococci mortality in constructed wetlands implanted with Eichhornia crassipes. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 16 (6) 499-510.

\r\n\r\n4. Shilla, D. A., and Dativa Joseph, 2008. Biomass dynamics of charophyte-dominated submerged macrophyte communities in Myall Lake, NSW, Australia. Chemistry and Ecology 24 (5):367 - 377

\r\n5. Daniel Abel Shilla, Takashi Asaeda, Martin Kalibbala., 2009. Phosphorus speciation in Myall Lake sediment, NSW, Australia. Wetlands Ecology and Management 17 (2):85-91.\r\n

\r\n6. Shilla, D. A., Qadah, D., Kalibbala, M., 2008. Distribution of heavy metals in dissolved, particulate and biota in the Scheldt estuary, Belgium. Journal of Chemistry and Ecology. 24 (1):61 - 74

\r\n7. Dativa J. Shilla, Makoto Tsuchiya & Daniel A. Shilla (2011): Terrigenous nutrient and organic matter in a subtropical river estuary, Okinawa, Japan: origin, distribution and pattern across the estuarine salinity gradient, Chemistry and Ecology, 27:6, 523-542

\r\n\r\n8. Dativa, J., and Shilla, D.A., 2011. The effects of catchment land use on water quality and macroinvertebrate communities in Otara creek, New Zealand. Chemistry and Ecology. 27 (5):445-460.

\r\n\r\n9. Shilla, D. A. and Dativa J., 2011. Speciation of heavy metals in sediments from the Scheldt estuary, Belgium. Chemistry and Ecology.27 (1):1-11.

\r\n\r\n\r\n10. Dativa J. Shilla & Daniel Abel Shilla, 2012. Effects of riparian vegetation and bottom substrate on macroinvertebrate communities at selected sites in the Otara Creek, New Zealand, Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences, 9:3, 131-150

\r\n\r\n11. Daniel A. Shilla (2014). Chemical and isotopic composition of estuarine organic matter: Implications for the relative contribution and reactivity of anthropogenic organic matter. (Submitted to the Advances in Oceanography and Limnology)

\r\n\r\n12. Daniel A. Shilla (2014). Fluxes and retention of nutrient and organic carbon in Manko estuary, Okinawa, Japan: Influence of river discharge variations. In press (Advances in Oceanography and Limnology. Vol. 0, No. 0, pp 1y22,

\r\n\r\n\r\n13. Dativa, J., and Shilla, D.A., 2014. Relationship between physicochemical aspects of water quality and macroinvertebrate communities in Otara creek, New Zealand. Chemistry and Ecology. (Under preparation)

\r\n\r\n14. Shilla, D.A., & Takashi, A., 2014. Total carbohydrate, cellulose and lignin contents in sediment, submerged macrophytes and terrestrial plants of Myall Lake, Australia: a comparison study. (Under preparation)

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