Ph.Ds

Bako-Anyam, R.W. (1984).  The ecology of algae in the River Ithon and River Ely.  Ph.D. Thesis, UWIST, Cardiff.

Bradshaw, A.V. (1999).  Aspects of otter Lutra lutra mortality in England and Wales.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff School of Biosciences.

Broad, K.J.  (1987). Population Dynamics of Juvenile Salmon of the Wye River System.  Ph.D. Thesis, UWIST, Cardiff.

Chadwick, E.A. (2003).  Aspects of the breeding phenology and winter behaviour of common British amphibians.  The influence of temperature and rainfall.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University.

Clews, E. (2007).  Recent trends among aquatic biota in the catchment of the River Wye (Wales) and the effects of riparian management.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University

Durward, E.J. (2005).  Large-scale controls on the distribution and breeding ecology of the common frog (Rana temporaria) in an upland landscape.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University.

Foster, J.  (1996). Distribution and abundance of the crayfish Austropotamobius pallipes (Lereboullet) in Wales and the Marches, U.K.  Ph.D. Thesis, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Fry, D.A. (2008).  The biodiversity of short rotation willow coppice in Wales, with particular reference to birds.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University.        

Furet, J.E. (1979). Algal studies on the River Wye system. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Gachal, G.S. (2001).  Aspects of the environmental ecology and an introduction to the molecular genetics of the Indus River Dolphin (Platanista minor).

Harrison, J.D. (1985).  Aspects of the ecology of amphibian larvae.  Ph.D. Thesis, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Howells, M. (2005).  Conservation of the native White-Clawed Crayfish, Austropotamobius pallipes, in the uplands of mid-Wales.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University.

Heaton, R. (2000). The silviculture, nutrition and economics of short rotation willow coppice in the uplands of mid-Wales. Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University.

Hodson, R. (1995). The establishment of short rotation willow coppice in mid-Wales. Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University.

Khan, S.Y. (1997).  The feeding biology of Ephemeropteran larvae in the River Usk system.  Ph.D. Thesis, UWIST, Cardiff.

Lowthe-Thomas, S.C.  (2003). Ground cover management for short rotation willow coppice in the uplands of mid-Wales, UK.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University.

Luxton R.K. (2002).  The effects of riparian management techniques on the biota of the Clywedog Brook, Wales.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University.

Lynn, S. (1995). Ecological impacts of sewage sludge applications to broadleaved woodland sites in mid-Wales. Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University.

Merry, D.G. (1979).  The riparian vegetation of the River Wye.  Ph.D. Thesis, UWIST, Cardiff.

Murton K.M. (2009).  Phenological change in palmate (Lissotriton helveticus), smooth (L. vulgaris) and great crested (Triturus cristatus) newts at Llysdinam Pond in mid-Wales.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University.

Ormerod, S.J. (1985).  The distribution of macroinvertebrates in the upper catchment of the River Wye in relation to ionic composition.  Ph.D. Thesis, UWIST, Cardiff.

Robertson, J.C. (1998).  The influence of supplementary feeding on the condition and breeding success of Titmice (Paridae).  Ph.D. Thesis, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Scott, J.A. (2001).  Aerial nitrogen deposition and the growth of bracken, Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn, in the Cambrian Mountains Environmentally Sensitive Area.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff Univeristy.

Smith R. (2009).  The establishment of short rotation willow coppice in mid-Wales.  Ph.D. Thesis, Cardiff University

 

M.Sc.’s

Ambler, M.D. (1998).  A survey of the macroinvertebrate fauna of the Clywedog Brook, Powys, and the importance of this fauna to resident salmon and trout populations.  M.Sc. Applied Hydrobiology, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Bullimore, N. (1989).  1. Adaptive Responses of macroinvertebrates to shear stresses.  2. The effects of a flood alleviation scheme on the biological status of the River Usk.  M.Sc. Thesis, UWCC.

Carstairs, M.A.S. (1998).  The growth of salmonids in the Clywedog Brook, A tributary of the River Wye, Wales. M. Sc. Applied Hydrobiology, Cardiff University

Gould, KG. (1996). The effect of avian predation on salmonid fisheries, with particular reference to the Welsh region.  M.Sc. Thesis, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Hemsworth, R.J. (1979). Invertebrate drift in the upper Wye catchment. Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Morris, D.L. (1981). Life cycles and aspects of emergence and flight behaviour of aquatic insects from the upper Wye, Wales. Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, University of Wales, Cardiff.

O’Connor, S. (1998).  Population densities of salmon and brown trout in the Clywedog Brook (Mid-Wales) in relation to Habitat Quality.  M.Sc. Applied Hydrobiology, Cardiff University

Paull, L.M. (1978). Benthic invertebrates and deposits in the River Elan. Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Revill, D.A. (1999).  A study of the fish and macroinvertebrate fauna and the bankside and aquatic vegetation of the River Clun and River Redlake prior to bankside coppicing and fencing.  M.Sc. Applied Hydrobiology, Cardiff University

Shaw, J.S. (1977). The freshwater fish and fisheries of Wales. Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Stebbing, P.D. (1999).  The effects of habitat improvements on the population densities of Salmon and Brown Trout in the Clywedog Brook (mid-Wales).  M.Sc. Applied Hydrobiology, Cardiff University.

Watson, A.K. (1979). A general survey of the benthic invertebrates in tributaries of the upper Wye. Unpublished M.Sc Thesis, University of Wales.

Williams, B.A. (2000).  A survey of the Clywedog Brook (a tributary of the River Wye): Macroinvertebrates as an indicator of organic pollution and as a food source for salmonid fish.  M.Sc. Thesis, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Wisniewski, P.J. (1978). The riffle and pool invertebrates of the upper Wye. Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, University of Wales.

Wynne, K.M. (1987).  Potential health risks of recreation in sewage polluted waters & Impact of fan lead mine on water quality & ecology.  M.Sc., Applied Hydrobiology, University of Wales, Cardiff.