Publications

These are some of my papers published over the last 10 years or so. For a full list or to request a PDF, please email me and/or see my Google Scholar page.

Kopf, R.K., Humphries, P., Nimmo, D.G.,  Baumgartner, L., Bode, M., Bond, N., Byrom, A.E., Cucherousset, J., Keller, R.P.,  King, A.J.,  McGinness, H., Moyle, P.B., Olden, J.D. (2017). The hidden risks of rapid, large-scale control of invasive species. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 1: 0.172.

Lechner, A., Keckeis, H., Glas, M., Tritthart, M , Habersack, H., Andorfer, K and Humphries, P. (2017). The influence of discharge, current speed and development on the downstream dispersal of larval nase (Chondrostoma nasus) in the River Danube (published online, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences).

Kopf, R.K., Shaw, C. and Humphries, P. (2017). The smallest of the small: body size predicts extinction risk of small freshwater fishes. Conservation Biology, 31: 581-591.

Todd, Koehn, Pearce, Morrongiello, Dodd and Humphries. (2017). What’s the future for a small, threatened wetland fish? Assessing conservation management options using population viability analysis of Nannoperca australis (southern pygmy perch). (in press, Biological Conservation)

Winemiller, K.O., Humphries, P. and Pusey, B. (2016). Protecting apex predators. In: Conservation of Freshwater Fishes (G. Closs, M. Krkosek and J. Olden, Eds), Cambridge University Press. pp. 361-398.

Lechner, A., Keckeis, H. and Humphries, P. (2016). Patterns and processes in the drift of early developmental stages of fish in rivers: a review. Reviews in Fish Biology & Fisheries. 26:471-489.

Kingsford, R.T., Mac Nally, R. King, A.J., Walker, K.F., Bino, G., Thompson, R., Wassens, S. & Humphries, P. (2015). A commentary on ‘Long-term ecological trends of flow-dependent ecosystems in a major regulated river basin’, by Matthew J. Colloff, Peter Caley, Neil Saintilan, Carmel A. Pollino and Neville D. Crossman. Marine and Freshwater Research, 66:9708-980.

Kopf, R., Finlayson, M., Hladyz, S., Humphries, P. and Sims, N. (2015). Anthropocene Baselines: Assessing Change and Managing Biodiversity in Human-Dominated Aquatic Ecosystems BioScience, 65: 798-811.

Humphries, P., Kumar, S. and Lake, P.S. (2015). Engineered artificial flooding: more questions than answers. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 13: 242-243.

Humphries, P., Keckeis, H. and Finlayson, B. (2014) The river wave concept: integrating river ecosystem models, BioScience. Download PDF. Download HTML.

Winemiller, K.O., Humphries, P. and Pusey, B. (In press). Protecting apex predators. In: Conservation of Freshwater Fishes (G. Closs, M. Krkosek and J. Olden, Eds), Cambridge University Press.

Kopf, S., Humphries, P. and Watts, R. (2014) Ontogeny of critical and prolonged swimming performance for the larvae of six species of Australian freshwater fish. Journal of Fish Biology. 84: 1820-1841.

Lechner, A., Keckeis, H., Schludermann, E.,Loisl, F., Humphries, P., Glas, M., Tritthart, M. and Habersack, H. (2013). Shoreline configurations affect dispersal patterns of fish larvae in a large river. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil. fst139

Lechner, A., Keckeis, H., Schludermann, E., Humphries, P., McCasker, N. and Tritthart, M. (2014). Hydraulic forces impact larval fish drift in the free flowing section of a large European river. Ecohydrology 7 (2), 648-658.

Whiterod, N. S., Meredith, S. N. & Humphries, P. (2013). Refining the activity component of a juvenile fish bioenergetics model to account for swimming costs. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology, 46 (online).

Price, A.E., Humphries, P., Gawne, B. and Thoms, M. C. (2013). Effects of discharge regulation on slackwater characteristics at multiple scales in a lowland rivers. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 70: 253-262

Lechner, A., Keckeis, H., Schludermann, E., Humphries, P., McCasker, N. and Tritthart, M. (2013). Hydraulic forces impact larval fish drift in the free flowing section of a large European river. Ecohydrology (online).

Humphries, P.  and Walker, K.F. (2013). Introduction to the Ecology of Australian Freshwater Fishes.  In: Ecology of Australian Freshwater Fishes (Humphries, P. and Walker, K.F. eds).  CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

King, A.J., Humphries, P., McCasker, N.G. (2013). Reproduction and early life history.  In: Ecology of Australian Freshwater Fishes (Humphries, P. and Walker, K.F. eds).  CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Humphries, P.  and Walker, K.F. (2013). Looking forward.  In: Ecology of Australian Freshwater Fishes (Humphries, P. and Walker, K.F. eds).  CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Humphries, P., Richardson, A.J., Wilson, G.G. and Ellison, T. (2013). River regulation and recruitment in a protracted-spawning riverine fish. Ecological Applications, 23 (1), 208-225.

Schludermann, E., Tritthart, M., Humphries, P. and Keckeis, H. (2012). Dispersal and retention of larval fish in a potential nursery habitat of a large temperate river: an experimental study. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2012, 69: 1302-1315

Richardson, A.J. and Humphries, P. (2010). Reproductive traits of riverine shrimp provide insights into the impact of altered flow conditions. Freshwater Biology 55: 2011-2022. Download

Lechner, A., Schludermann, E., Humphries, P., Tritthart, M. and Keckeis, H. (2010). Jungfischdrift in der österreichischen Donau: tanonomische Zusammensetzung, Entwicklungsstadien und Driftdichte. Österreichs Fischerei 63: 96-100.

Price, A. and Humphries, P. (2010). The Role of Dispersal and Retention in the Early-Life Stages of Shrimp in a Lowland River. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67: 720-729. Download

Kaminskas, S. and Humphries, P. 2009. Diet of Murray cod (Maccullochella peelii peelii) (Mitchell) larvae in an Australian lowland river in years with contrasting flows. Hydrobiologia 636: 449-461. Download

Humphries, P. and Winemiller, K.O. 2009. Historical Impacts on River Fauna, Shifting Baselines and Challenges for Restoration. BioScience 59: 673-684. Download

Humphries, P. (2009). Wilhelm Blandowski’s contribution to ichthyology of the Murray-Darling Basin. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 121: 90-108.

Humphries, P., Brown, P., Douglas, J., Pickworth, A., Strongman, R., Hall, K. and Serafini, L.G. (2008). Patterns in abundance and composition of the fish fauna of a degraded Australian lowland river. Freshwater Biology 53: 789-813. Download

Humphries, P. (2007). Historical Indigenous use of aquatic resources in Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin, and its implications for river management. Ecological Management and Restoration, 8: 106-113. Download

Tonkin, Z.D., Humphries, P. and Pridmore, P.A. (2006). Ontogeny of feeding in two native and an alien fish species in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. Environmental Biology of Fishes 76: 303-315. Download

Humphries, P., Cook, R.A., Richardson, A.M. and Serafini, L.G. (2006). Creating a disturbance: manipulating slackwaters in a lowland river. River Research and Applications 22: 525-542. Download

Balcombe, S.R. and Humphries, P. (2006). Diets of gudgeons (Hypseleotris spp.) in an Australian billabong: the role of water level. Journal of Fish Biology 68: 1484-1493.

Humphries, P. (2005). Spawning time and early life history of Murray cod, Maccullochella peelii peelii, in an Australian river. Environmental Biology of Fishes 72: 393-407. Download

King, A.J., Humphries, P. and Lake, P.S. (2003). Use of floodplain environments during high and low flow conditions by larval and juvenile fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69: 773-786. Download

Humphries, P. and Baldwin, D.S. (2003). Drought and aquatic ecosystems: An introduction. Freshwater Biology 48: 1141-1146. Download.

Stoffels, R. and Humphries, P. (2003). Ontogenetic variation in the diurnal food and habitat associations of an endemic and an exotic fish in floodplain ponds: consequences for niche partitioning. Environmental Biology of Fishes 66: 293-305. Download

Humphries, P., Serafini, L.G. and King, A.J. (2002). River regulation and fish larvae: changes in space and time. Freshwater Biology 47: 1307-1331. Download.

Crook, D.A., Robertson, A.I., King, A.J. and Humphries, P. (2001). Scale-dependent habitat use by fish in lowland rivers. Oecologia 129: 525-533. Download

Humphries, P. and Lake, P.S. (2000). Fish larvae and the management of regulated rivers. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management, 16: 421-432. Download

Humphries, P., King, A.J. and Koehn, J.D. (1999) Fish, flows and floodplains: links between freshwater fish and their environment in the Murray-Darling River system, Australia. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 56: 129-151. Download

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