DR. LEE Ka Man, Karen (李家雯)


B.Sc. (Hons.), HKU; M.Sc., New South Wales; Ph.D., Griffith

Lecturer at Department of Biology, Hong Kong Baptist University

Rm. T708; (852) 3411-7735



Lee, K.M, Lee, S.Y., Connolly, R., 2012, "Combining process indices from network analysis with structural population measures to indicate response of estuarine trophodynamics to pulse organic enrichment ", Ecological Indicators 18:652-658.

Lee, K.M, Lee, S.Y., Connolly, R., 2012, "Short-term response of estuarine sandflat trophodynamics to pulse anthropogenic physical disturbance: support for the Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis", Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 92:639-648.

Lee, K.M, Lee, S.Y., Connolly, R., 2011, "Combining stable isotope enrichment, compartmental modelling and ecological network analysis for quantitative hypothesis-testing of food web dynamics", Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2:56-65.

Johnston, E.L., Lee, K.M, 2008, "Brooding behaviour and reproductive success of two free-living flatworms", Marine Biology 155:555-561.

Lee, K.M, Johnston, E.L., 2007, "Low levels of copper reduce the reproductive success of a mobile invertebrate predator", Marine Environmental Research 64:336-346.

Lee, K.M, Beal, A.M., Johnston, E.L., 2006 "A new predatory flatworm Platyhelminthes, Polycladida) from Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia", Journal of Natural History 39:3987-3995.