Daniel Alan Lemley
Daniel Alan Lemley
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Nelson Mandela University
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Towards the classification of eutrophic condition in estuaries
DA Lemley, JB Adams, S Taljaard, NA Strydom
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 164, 221-232, 2015
Impacts of urbanization and development on estuarine ecosystems and water quality
LA Freeman, DR Corbett, AM Fitzgerald, DA Lemley, A Quigg, CN Steppe
Estuaries and Coasts 42 (7), 1821-1838, 2019
Nutrient enrichment as a threat to the ecological resilience and health of South African microtidal estuaries
JB Adams, S Taljaard, L Van Niekerk, DA Lemley
African Journal of Aquatic Science 45 (1-2), 23-40, 2020
A review of microalgae as indicators in South African estuaries
DA Lemley, JB Adams, GC Bate
South African Journal of Botany 107, 12-20, 2016
Comparative assessment of two agriculturally-influenced estuaries: Similar pressure, different response
DA Lemley, JB Adams, S Taljaard
Marine Pollution Bulletin 117, 136-147, 2017
Testing the efficacy of an estuarine eutrophic condition index: Does it account for shifts in flow conditions?
DA Lemley, JB Adams, NA Strydom
Ecological Indicators 74, 357-370, 2017
Land-derived inorganic nutrient loading to coastal waters and potential implications for nearshore plankton dynamics
DA Lemley, JB Adams, TG Bornman, EE Campbell, SHP Deyzel
Continental Shelf Research 174, 1-11, 2019
Triggers of phytoplankton bloom dynamics in permanently eutrophic waters of a South African estuary
DA Lemley, JB Adams, NA Strydom
African Journal of Aquatic Science 43 (3), 229-240, 2018
DA Lemley, JB Adams
Encyclopedia of Ecology (Second Edition), 86-90, 2019
The decomposition of estuarine macrophytes under different temperature regimes
DA Lemley, GC Snow, LRD Human
Water SA 40 (1), 117-124, 2014
Peritidal stromatolites at the convergence of groundwater seepage and marine incursion: patterns of salinity, temperature and nutrient variability
GM Rishworth, R Perissinotto, TG Bornman, DA Lemley
Journal of Marine Systems 167, 68-77, 2017
Nutrient characterisation of river inflow into the estuaries of the Gouritz Water Management Area, South Africa
DA Lemley, S Taljaard, JB Adams, N Strydom
Water SA 40 (4), 687-698, 2014
Phytoplankton responses to adaptive management interventions in eutrophic urban estuaries
DA Lemley, JB Adams, GM Rishworth, C Bouland
Science of The Total Environment 693, 2019
Unwinding a tangled web: a fine-scale approach towards understanding the drivers of harmful algal bloom species in a eutrophic South African estuary
DA Lemley, JB Adams, GM Rishworth
Estuaries and Coasts 41, 1356-1369, 2018
Preliminary insights on the fine-scale responses in larval Gilchristella aestuaria (Family Clupeidae) and dominant zooplankton to estuarine harmful algal blooms
T Smit, DA Lemley, JB Adams, NA Strydom
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 249, 107072, 2021
Feeding ecology of Rhabdosargus holubi (family Sparidae) in multiple vegetated refugia of selected warm temperate estuaries in South Africa
L Nel, NA Strydom, R Perissinotto, JB Adams, DA Lemley
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 197, 194-204, 2017
Possible impacts of non-native plant, pathogen, invertebrate and fish taxa on the indigenous ichthyofauna in South African estuaries: A preliminary review
AK Whitfield, JB Adams, TD Harrison, SJ Lamberth, DA Lemley, F MacKay, ...
Biological Invasions 23 (9), 2729-2747, 2021
Effective management of closed hypereutrophic estuaries requires catchment-scale interventions
DA Lemley, SJ Lamberth, W Manuel, M Nunes, GM Rishworth, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 688933, 2021
Harmful algal blooms as a sink for inorganic nutrients in a eutrophic estuary
DA Lemley, JB Adams, JL Largier
Marine Ecology Progress Series 663, 63-76, 2021
Harmful algal blooms of Heterosigma akashiwo and environmental features regulate Mesodinium cf. rubrum abundance in eutrophic conditions
DA Lemley, JB Adams, GM Rishworth, DA Purdie
Harmful Algae 100, 101943, 2020
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