Publications

WRM have published widely in peer-reviewed scientific journals. A list of literature and articles published by WRM staff are provided below.

Allen, G. R., Storey, A., & Yarrao, M. (2008). Freshwater Fishes of the Fly River. Oktedi Mining.

Armstrong, K. N., Storey, A., & Davies, P. (2005). Effects of catchment clearing and sedimentation on macroinvertebrate communities of cobble habitat in freshwater streams of southwestern AustraliaJournal of the Royal Society of Western Australia88(1), 1-11.

Cao, Y., Hawkins, C. P., & Storey, A. (2005). A method for measuring the comparability of different sampling methods used in biological surveys: implications for data integration and synthesisFreshwater Biology50, 1105-1115. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2427.2005.01377.x

Carey, N., Strachan, S. R., & Robson, B. R. 2018. Impacts of Indian waterfern (Ceratopteris thalictroides (L.) Brongn.) infestation and removal on macroinvertebrate biodiversity and conservation in spring-fed streams in the Australian arid zone. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 28(2): 466-475
DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2828

Carey, N., Cross, A. T., Barrett, M. D., & Robson, B. R. 2019. Do active‐dispersing insects dominate the invertebrate fauna of rock pools in the wet–dry tropics, Kimberley, Australia? Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29(8): 1175-1189
DOI: 10.1002/aqc.3112

Carey, N., Chester, E. T., & Robson, B. R. 2021. Flow regime change alters shredder
identity but not leaf litter decomposition in headwater streams affected by severe, permanent drying. Freshwater Biology 66(9): 1813-1830
DOI: 10.1111/fwb.13794

Carey, N., Chester, E. T., & Robson, B. R. 2021. Life-history traits are poor predictors of species responses to flow regime change in headwater streams. Global Change Biology 27(15): 3547-3564
DOI: 10.1111/gcb.15673

Carver, S. S., Storey, A., Spafford, H., Lynas, J., Chandler, L., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Salinity as a driver of aquatic invertebrate colonisation behaviour and distribution in the wheatbelt of Western AustraliaHydrobiologia617(1), 75-90. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-008-9527-5

Carver, S. S., Spafford, H., Storey, A., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Colonization of Ephemeral Water Bodies in the Wheatbelt of Western Australia by Assemblages of Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) : Role of Environmental Factors, Habitat, and DisturbanceEnvironmental Entomology38(6), 1585-1594. https://doi.org/10.1603/022.038.0609

Carver, S. S., Spafford, H., Storey, A., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Dryland Salinity and the Ecology of Ross River Virus: The Ecological Underpinnings of the Potential for TransmissionVector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases9(6), 611-622. https://doi.org/10.1089/vbz.2008.0124

Carver, S., Spafford, H., Storey, A., & Weinstein, P. (2010). The Roles of Predators, Competitors, and Secondary Salinization in Structuring Mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) Assemblages in Ephemeral Water Bodies of the Wheatbelt of Western AustraliaEnvironmental Entomology39, 798-810. https://doi.org/10.1603/EN09235

Compton, T. J., Kentie, R., Storey, A., Veltheim, I., Pearsin, G. B., & Piersma, T. (2008). Carbon isotope signatures reveal that diet is related to the relative sizes of the gills and palps in bivalvesJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology361(2), 104-110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jembe.2008.03.011

Delaney, J., Shiel, R., & Storey A.W. 2016. Prioritising wetlands subject to secondary salinisation for ongoing management using aquatic invertebrate assemblages: a case study from the Wheatbelt Region of Western Australia. Wetlands Ecology and Management 24(2016): 15-32
DOI: 10.1007/s11273-015-9447-x

Edward, D., Storey, A., & Smith, M. J. B. (2000). Assessing river health in south-western Australia: comparison of macroinvertebrates at family level with Chironomidae at species levelInternational Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology Proceedings27, 2326-2335.

Estrella, S., Storey, A., Pearson, G., & Piersma, T. (2011). Potential effect of Lyngbya majuscula blooms on benthic invertebrate diversity and shorebird foraging ecology at Roebuck Bay, Western Australia: preliminary resultsJournal of the Royal Society of Western Australia94, 171-179.

Froend, R. H., Halse, S. A., & Storey, A. (1997). Planning for the recovery of Lake Toolibin, Western AustraliaWetlands Ecology and Management5, 73-85.

Halse, S. A., Shiel, R. J., Storey, A., Edward, D., Lansbury, I., Cale, D. J., & Harvey, M. S. (2000). Aquatic invertebrates and waterbirds of wetlands and rivers of the southern Carnarvon Basin, Western AustraliaRecords of the Western Australian Museum, Supplement61, 217-267.

Humphrey, C. L., Storey, A., & Thurtell, L. (2000). AUSRIVAS: operator sample processing errors and temporal variability – implications for model sensitivity. In J. F. Wright, D. W. Sutcliffe, & M. T. Furse (Eds.), Assessing the biological quality of fresh waters: Rivpacs and other techniques (Oxford, United Kingdom ed., Vol. 0, pp. 143-163). Freshwater Biological Association, Ambleside, UK.

Larson, H. K., Buckle, D., Lynas, J., Storey, A., & Humphrey, C. (2007). Additional records of freshwater fishes from Timor-Leste, with notes on the fish fauna of the unique land-locked Irasiquero River systemBeagle: records of the museums and art galleries of the Northern Territory23, 131-135.

Lynas, J., Lindhjem, P. A., Storey, A., & Knott, B. (2004). Is the yabby, Cherax Destructor (Parastacidae) in Western Australia an ecological threat? In P. J. Gutiérrez-Yurrita (Ed.), Freshwater Crayfish (Qu éretaro, Qu éretaro, M éxic ed., Vol. 14, pp. 37-44). International Association of Astacology.

Lynas, J., Storey, A., Armstrong, K. N., Prince, J., & Knott, B. (2006). Invasion by the exotic crayfish, Cherax destructor Clark (Parastacidae), into habitats of local crayfish near Perth, Western Australia. In D. Rogers (Ed.), Freshwater Crayfish (London, England ed., Vol. 15, pp. 176-188). International Association of Astacology.

Lynas, J., Storey, A., & Knott, B. (2007). Introduction and spread of crayfish (Parastacidae) in Western Australia and their potential to displace indigenous species. In F. Gherardi (Ed.), Biological invaders in inland waters: Profiles, distribution, and threats (Vol. 2, pp. 577-596). Springer.

Lynas, J., Storey, A., & Knott, B. (2007). Aggressive interactions between three species of freshwater crayfish of the genus Cherax (Decapoda: Parastacidae)Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology40(2), 105-116. https://doi.org/10.1080/10236240701245539

Phillips, R. D., Storey, A., & Johnson, M. (2009). Genetic structure of Melanotaenia australis at local and regional scales in the east Kimberley, Western AustraliaJournal of Fish Biology74(2)

Smith, M. J., Kay, W. R., Halse, S. A., & Storey, A. (1996). Using community structure for biomonitoring in Australian streams and wetlands. In C. O. T. I. A. O. Ecology (Ed.), Wetlands for the Future: INTECOL’S V International Wetlands Conference (Perth ed., Vol. 1, pp. 24). International Association of Ecology.

Storey, A., Davies, P., & Lane, J. A. K. (1995). Monitoring change in ecological character in ramsar-listed wetland in Australia. In A. N. C. Agency (Ed.), Not available

Storey, A., Edwards, D. H. D., Watts, R. J., & Hebbert, D. R. (1995). Genetic and Morphological differences between populations of the Western Minnow, Galaxias Occidentalis, from Two River Systems in South-Western AustraliaMarine and Freshwater Research46, 769-777.

Storey, A., & Figa, B. (1996). The effects of the Ok Tedi copper mine on the benthic macroinvertebrate fauna of oxbow lakes of the Fly River system, Papual New Guinea. In C. O. T. I. A. O. Ecology (Ed.), Wetlands for the Future (Perth ed., Vol. 1, pp. 24). International Association of Ecology.

Storey, A., & Figa, B. (1998). The effects of the Ok Tedi copper mine on the benthic macroinvertebrate fauna of forest-fringed oxbow lakes of the Fly River system, Papua New GuineaJournal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences24, 193-206.

Storey, A., Tenakanai, C. D., Bakowa, K. A., Maie, A. Y., Swales, S., & Short, J. W. (2000). Distribution and reproductive strategies of Macrobrachium prawns (Decapoda, Caridea, Palaemonidae) in the Fly River system, Papua New Guinea, with observations on possible mining impactsInternational Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology Proceedings27, 993-1002.

Storey, A., Roderick, I. D., Smith, R. E. W., & Maie, A. Y. (2002). Spread of the Introduced Climbing Perch (Anabas testudineus) in the Fly River System, Papua New Guinea, with Comments on Possible Ecological EffectsInternational Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences28, 103-114.

Storey, A. (2006). Ecological values of the Fitzroy River with links to indigenous cultural values. In Hill, R., Golson, K., Lowe, P., Mann, Hayes, & S. (Eds.), Kimberley Appropriate Economies Rountable Forum Proceedings (Fitzroy Crossing ed., Vol. N/A, pp. 47-49). Australian Conservation Foundation.

Storey, A., & Trayler, K. (2006). Allocating for the future of the lower Ord River: Balancing ecological, social, cultural and consumptive water requirements. In M. Leybourne, & A. Gaynor (Eds.), Water – Histories, Cultures, Ecologies (2006 ed., pp. 146-170). UWA Publishing.

Storey, A., & Lynas, J. (2007). Application of the functional habitat concept to the regulated Lower Ord River, Western Australia, Part I, macroinvertebrate assemblagesHydrobiologia: the international journal on limnology and marine sciences592, 499-512. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-007-0792-5

Storey, A., & Toussaint, S. (2007). Kimberley waterways: Alternative land and water-use practicesWater: Journal of the Australian Water Association34(8), 42-45.

Storey, A., Yarrao, M., Tenakanai, C., Figa, B., & Lynas, J. (2009). Use of Changes in Fish Assemblages in the Fly River System, Papau New Guinea, to Assess Effects of the Ok Tedi Copper Mine. In B. R. Bolton (Ed.), The Fly River, Papau New Guinea: Environmental Studies in an Impacted Tropical River System (pp. 427-462). Elsevier.

Storey, A., Marshall, A. R., & Yarrao, M. (2009). Effects of Mine-Derived River Bed Aggradation on Fish Habitat of the Fly River, Papau New Guinea. In B. R. Bolton (Ed.), The Fly River, Papau New Guinea: Environmental Studies in an Impacted Tropical River System (pp. 463-490). Elsevier.

Storey, A., & Yarrao, M. (2009). Development of the Aquatic Food Web Models for the Fly River, Papau New Guinea, and thei Application Assessing Impacts of the Ok Tedi Mine. In B. D. Bolton (Ed.), The Fly River, Papau New Guinea: Environmental Studies in an Impacted Tropical River System (pp. 545-615). Elsevier.

Storey, A., Halse, S.A., Shiel, R.J. & Creagh, S. 2011. Aquatic fauna and water chemistry of the mound springs and wetlands of Mandora Marsh, north-western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia. 94, 419-437.

Swales, S., Storey, A., Roderick, I. D., Figa, B. S., Bakowa, K. A., & Tenakanai, C. T. (1998). Biological monitoring of the impacts of the Ok Tedi copper mine on fish populations in the Fly River system, Papua New Guinea. Science of the Total Environment214, 99-111. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0048-9697(98)00057-6

Swales, S., Storey, A., Roderick, I. D., & Figa, B. S. (1999). Fishes of floodplain habitats of the Fly River system, Papua New Guinea, and changes associated with El Nino droughts and algal bloomsEnvironmental Biology of Fishes54, 389-404. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1007474501507

Swales, S., Storey, A., & Bakowa, K. A. (2000). Temporal and spatial variations in fish catches in the Fly River system in Papua New Guinea and the possible effects of the Ok Tedi copper mineEnvironmental Biology of Fishes57, 75-95. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1007513906281

Van Dam, R.A., Humphrey, C.L., Harford, A.J., Sinclair, A.C., Jones, D.R., Davies, D. & Storey, A. 2014. Site-specific water quality guidelines: 1. Derivation approaches based on physicochemical, ecotoxicological and ecological data. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21 (1): 118-130
DOI: 10.1007/s11356-013-1780-0

Whiterod, N.S., Hammer, M.P., Barnes, T.C., Tucker, M., Adams, M. & Raadik, T.A. (2020) Clear as mud: the ecology and conservation of a secretive wetland fish (Neochanna cleaveri: Galaxiidae) in a heavily altered landscape. Wetlands Ecology Management 28: 779-795
http://doi.org/10.1007/s11273-020-09748-7