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Erica is a senior research fellow and lecturer in the College of Engineering, IT & Environment specialising in aquatic ecology (i.e. freshwater lakes, ponds, salt marshes and rivers). Erica uses a combination of observational, experimental, and isotopic approaches to study invertebrate species interactions and biodiversity in a food web context to examine how these affect key ecosystem processes. She teaches units in Introductory Ecology, Aquatic Ecology and Environmental Issues. She has also collaborated with US researchers as part of the SCALER (Scale, Consumers and Lotic Ecosystem Rates) project and as part of a stream resiliency research collaboration network.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Michigan State University

20002006

Award Date: 1 May 2006

Bachelor, University of California at Berkeley

19951999

Award Date: 22 May 1999

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Do upstream migrating, juvenile amphidromous shrimps, provide a marine subsidy to river ecosystems?

Novak, P. A., Bayliss, P., Crook, D. A., Garcia, E. A., Pusey, B. & Douglas, M., May 2017, In : Freshwater Biology. 62, 5, p. 880-893 14 p.

The University of Western Australia, Charles Darwin University

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  • Importance of the natural flow regime to an amphidromous shrimp: A case study

    Novak, P. A., Garcia, E. A., Pusey, B. J. & Douglas, M. M., 2017, In : Marine and Freshwater Research. 68, 5, p. 909-921 13 p.

    The University of Western Australia

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