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Publications

A full list of my publications can be found here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jeremy_Piggott

  • Salis R., Bruder A., Piggott J.J., Summerfield T. C. & Matthaei C.D. (2017) Next-generation sequencing and stream benthic bacteria: which taxonomic level is best for multiple-stressor research? Scientific Reports. 7, 44657.
  • Hale R., Piggott J.J. & Swearer S.E. (2017) Describing and understanding behavioural responses to multiple stressors. Ecology & Evolution. 7: 38–47. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2609
  • Leese F., Altermatt F., Bouchez A., Ekrem T., Hering D., Meissner K., Mergen P., Pawlowski J., Piggott J.J., … Zimmermann J. (2016) DNAqua-Net: Developing new genetic tools for bioassessment and monitoring of aquatic ecosystems in Europe. Research Ideas and Outcomes 2: e11321. https://doi.org/10.3897/rio.2.e11321
  • Jackson, M.C., Weyl, O.L.F., Altermatt, F., Durance, I.6, Friberg, N., Dumbrell, A.J., Piggott, J.J., Tiegs, S., Tockner, K., Krug, C., Leadley, P. & Woodward, G. (2016) Recommendations for the next generation of global freshwater biomonitoring tools. Advances in Ecological Research. DOI: 10.1016/bs.aecr.2016.08.008
  • Taniwaki R., Piggott J.J., de Barros Ferraz S.F. & Matthaei C.D. (2016) Climate change and multiple stressors in small tropical streams. Hydrobiologia. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-016-2907-3
  • Piggott J.J. (2016). Project Report: IPBES Regional Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services for Asia and the Pacific. Towards the Zero Order Draft (ZOD). Journal of Integrated Creative Studies, No.2016-009-e.DOI: 10.14989/214433.
  • Elbrecht V., Beermann A.J., Goessler G., Neumann J., Tollrian R., Wagner R., Wlecklik A., *Piggott J.J., *Matthaei C.D. & *Leese F. (2016) Multiple-stressor effects on stream invertebrates: A mesocosm experiment manipulating nutrients, fine sediment and flow. Freshwater Biology. 61, 362-375..* Equal senior authors.
  • Magbanua F.S., Townsend C.R., Hageman K.J., Piggott J.J. & Matthaei C.D. (2016). Individual and combined effects of fine sediment and glyphosate herbicide on invertebrate drift and insect emergence: a stream mesocosm experiment. Freshwater Science. 35: 139–151.
  • Piggott J.J., Townsend C.R. & Matthaei C.D. (2015).  Climate warming and agricultural stressors interact to determine stream macroinvertebrate community dynamics. Global Change Biology. 21: 1887-1906.
  • Piggott J.J., Salis R., Lear G., Townsend C.R. & Matthaei C.D. (2015). Climate warming and agricultural stressors interact to determine stream periphyton community composition. Global Change Biology. 21: 206-222. ***This paper was awarded the 2016 International Society of Limnology (SIL) early-career Award***
  • Piggott J.J., Niyogi D.K., Townsend C.R. & Matthaei C.D. (2015). Multiple stressors and stream ecosystem functioning: climate warming and agricultural stressors interact to affect processing of organic matter. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52: 1126–1134.
  • Piggott J.J., Townsend C.R. & Matthaei C.D. (2015). Re-conceptualizing synergism and antagonism among multiple stressors. Ecology & Evolution. 5: 1538-1547.
  • Piggott J.J., Lange K., Townsend C.R. & Matthaei C.D. (2012). Multiple Stressors in Agricultural Streams: A Mesocosm Study of Interactions among Raised Water Temperature, Sediment Addition and Nutrient Enrichment. PLoS ONE, 7, e49873.
  • Lange K., Liess A., Piggott J.J., Townsend C.R. & Matthaei C.D. (2011). Light, nutrients and grazing interact to determine stream diatom community composition and functional group structure. Freshwater Biology, 56, 264-278.
  • Matthaei C.D., Piggott J.J. & Townsend C.R. (2010). Multiple stressors in agricultural streams: interactions among sediment addition, nutrient enrichment and water abstraction. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47, 639-649.
  • Liess A., Lange K., Schulz F., Piggott J.J., Matthaei C.D. & Townsend C.R. (2009). Light, nutrients and grazing interact to determine diatom species richness via changes to productivity, nutrient state and grazer activity. Journal of Ecology, 97, 326-336.
  • Mark A.F., Porter S., Piggott J.J., Michel P., Maeglp T. & Dickinson K.J.M. (2008). Altitudinal patterns of vegetation, flora, life forms, and environments in the alpine zone of the Fiord Ecological Region, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Botany, 46, 205-237.