aquatic earthworms aquatic invertebrate biodiversity aquatic invertebrate taxonomy aquatic oligochaetes biogeography salinity species distributions waterbirds wetland conservation wetland ecology wetland fauna


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Profile

I am a Principal Research Scientist and leader of the Wetlands Conservation Program of DPaW’s Science and Conservation Division. My research covers various aspects of wetland ecology, with a focus on aquatic invertebrates and waterbirds. Most of my research projects involve analysing patterns in the distribution of biodiversity in space (biological survey) or time (monitoring) and understanding the reasons why those patterns exist (effects of natural and human-made environmental drivers).

Prior to joining the department in 1996 I had worked at the Museum of Victoria and a consulting firm in the USA on aquatic oligochaete systematics, and before that I worked on nuisance midge control at Murdoch University.


Expertise

My research has focused on various aspects of wetland animals, primarily:

  • monitoring and control of nuisance aquatic organisms
  • survey and monitoring of aquatic animal communities
  • biogeographic patterning of aquatic animals
  • wetland ecology and conservation
  • systematics of aquatic oligochaetes (earthworms)

Projects

The following projects are either being undertaken at present or were completed within the last six years.

Biological survey of the Birriliburu Indiginous Protected Area (IPA) lands (aquatic invertebrate component) (2012-2014). In collaboration with the Birriliburu aboriginal people from Wiluna and Central Desert Native Title Services, The Department of Parks and Wildlife is undertaking surveys of plants and animals of culturally and biologically important parts of the IPA. A report on the aquatic invertebrates of Katjarra (Carnarvon Ranges) has recently been produced.

Survey of aquatic invertebrates in wetlands along the Jurien coast (2011-2014). Using funds from an offset provided by CSR Gypsum, together with funds from the Department of Water, we (Kirsty Quinlan and myself) surveyed aquatic invertebrates of 27 wetlands between Cervantes and Coolimba. The study aimed to describe the region's aquatic invertebrate diversity and how it is distributed across the various types of wetlands in the region. In particular we were interested in 1) how invertebrates used the various groundwater dependant wetlands (primarily springs) as a contribution to water resource planning and 2) how species were distributed across the salt lakes as a contribution to assessing gypsum mining proposals. This work has now been written up as a paper in the Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia (Volume: 98, page: 69). The area's salt lakes are especially important for the endemic brine shrimp Parartemia extracta and surveys are being undertaken to find other popultions of this in the northern Wheatbelt.

Survey of aquatic and fringing flora in wetlands along the Jurien coast (2014 to present). Using a second offset provided by CSR Gypsum Rebecca Coppen, Michael Lyons and myself have surveyed aquatic and fringing vegetation at the wetlands sampled for the above project, plus some extra sites. The study aims to describe the region's wetlkand flora diversity and how it is distributed across the various types of wetlands in the region. This information will inform future environmental impact assessment in the region and provide information on the occurrence of weeds around the Jurien wetlands. A paper on this is in preparation.

Aquatic invertebrate biodiversity in wetlands used by the western swamp tortoise (2013 to present). In conjunction with the Department's Swan Region, we  surveyed aquatic invertebrate biodiversity in a number of shallow vegetated claypans on the Swan Coastal Plain, including those supporting western swamp tortoise. Temporary vegetated claypans have been poorly surveyed on the Swan Coastal Plain so this was an opportunity to provide more data on their values. Aquatic invertebrates are a major food source for the tortoises so we are also assessing the biomass of aquatic invertebrates in the same wetlands. The latest aspect of this work is to survey invertebrate biodiversity and biomass in two wetlands along the coast where a trial translocation of western swamp tortoises is being carried out.

Climate change and wetlands in Australia's arid zone (2011-2014). I was a collaborator on a Monash University led project funded by the National Climate Change Adapatation and Research Facility. This project aimed to develop national guidelines for climate adaptation planning for arid zone aquatic ecosystems and freshwater biodiversity. The guidelines focussed on the protection of habitats and processes that support the persistence of freshwater biota under a changing climate. Data from the Pilbara Biological Survey (see below) was a large contribution to the project which was written up as reports available on the NCCARF website and has resulted in a scientific paper on the roles of hydrologic connectivity and dispersal abilities in determining aquatic invertebrate community composition (Diversity and Distributions 21, 1230–1241). Another paper that substantially used this data to examine factors influencing distribution of aquatic invertebrates across Australia's arid zones is being published in the journal Ecography.

Biological Survey of the Pilbara Region (aquatic invertebrate component, 2003-2010). This survey was undertaken to gain greater knowledge about the biodiversity of the Pilbara region in Western Australia. This information can now be used to inform land-use decision making, including guiding resource development and improving the conservation reserve system and for better understanding the distribution of species and communities. Papers on this work are available here.

State Salinity Strategy Wetland Monitoring project (1997 to present). Biennial monitoring of 25 wetlands in the Wheatbelt and South Coast regions has been undertaken, mostly by David Cale and Michael Lyons, from 1997 to 2016 (to 2012 for the fauna component). From this project we now have a much better understanding of the long-term dynamics of a range of different types of wetlands and how their flora and fauna respond to pressures such as salinity and altered hydrology (see information sheet #80). Some publications have arisen from this work and the focus now is to publish summaries of all work done to date. A recent extension of this project is more intensive monitoring of the Lake Warden and Lake Gore wetland systems (especially waterbirds)  as part of a program to monitor the effectiveness of engineering solutions to excess water in the Warden system (see Landscope vol. 30, issue 1).

Fortescue valley wetlands survey (2015-present). This work, funded by Rangelands NRM under their Pilbara Corridors Project, aims to describe how aquatic invertebrates and flora are distributed across a variety of wetland types in the Fortescue Valley. Analysis of this data will be used to design wetland conservation programs including stock exclusion.

Aquatic invertebrates of Mandora Marsh (2015-2016). This project, funded by BHP via the Kimberley Region, is resurveying groundwater dependant wetlands (primarily the threatened organic mound springs). The springs were similarly surveyed in 1999 so this new survey is designed to document changes in species composition over the last 16 years and more fully document the aquatic invertebrate values of the springs, especially as a contribution to management planning.

Aquatic Oligochaete Systematics. Aside from the above work I also undertake research into the systematics of aquatic oligochaetes (earthworms) of the Australasian region, concentrating at present on species from surface water and groundwater of the Pilbara and elsewhere in Western Australia. Data on the diversity of Australian aquatic oligochaetes is available at Australian oligochaete diversity. Recent papers include a study of invasive earthworms in the south-west, a paper on the genetic diversity of stygofaunal oligochaetes in the Pilbara and a description of a new species from subantarctic Campbell Island.


Publications (179)

Departmental Publications (176)

Found 176 items

2016

Lizamore J, Pinder A, Vogwill R (2016). Managing and adapting to secondary salinity and altered hydrology in a Ramsar listed lake suite, Lake Warden wetland system case study (ABSTRACT). In Abstracts, 13-15 April, 2016: NRM Science Conference 2016: Sharing Science for Better Outcomes pp. 97–98

Quinlan K, Pinder A, Coppen R, Jackson J (2016). An opportunistic survey of aquatic invertebrates in the goldfields region of Western Australia. Conservation Science Western Australia 10, pp. 1–21

2015

Brown L, Finston T, Humphreys G, Eberhard S, Pinder A (2015). Groundwater oligochaetes show complex genetic patterns of distribution in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Invertebrate Systematics 29, pp. 405–420

Gibson LA, Williams KJ, Pinder AM, Harwood T, McKenzie NL, Ferrier S et al. [Lyons MN, Burbidge AH] (2015). Compositional patterns in terrestrial fauna and wetland flora and fauna across the Pilbara biogeographic region of Western Australia and the representativeness of its conservation reserve system. Records of the Western Australian Museum, Supplement 78, pp. 515–545

Klunzinger MW, Beatty SJ, Morgan DL, Pinder AM, Lymbery AJ (2015). Range decline and conservation status of Westralunio carteri Iredale, 1934 (Bivalvia: Hyriidae) from south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 63, pp. 127–135

Martinsson S, Cui Y, Martin PJ, Pinder A, Quinlan K, Wetzel MJ et al. (2015). DNA-barcoding of invasive European earthworms (Clitellata: Lumbricidae) in south-western Australia. Biological Invasions 17, pp. 2527–2532

Morán-Ordóñez A, Pavlova A, Pinder AM, Sim L, Sunnucks P, Thompson RM et al. (2015). Aquatic communities in arid landscapes: local conditions, dispersal traits and landscape configuration determine local biodiversity. Diversity and Distributions 21, pp. 1230–1241

Pinder A, Cale D, Quinlan K (2015). 2015 update on monitoring of waterbirds of the Warden and Gore wetland systems (2006 to 2015). Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 23 p.

Pinder A, Lane J, Lyons M, Cale D (2015). Aquatic fauna of the seasonal wetlands in Wandoo National Park. PowerPoint presentation at Seasonal Clay-Based Wetlands Workshop: Wandoo National Park: Friday 13 November 2015, Margaret Forrest Centre, John Forrest National Park. 19 p.

Pinder AM, Quinlan KL (2015). Aquatic invertebrate communities of wetlands along the Jurien coast of Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 98, pp. 69–88

2014

Cale DJ, Pinder AM (2014). Understanding the responses of aquatic fauna to altered hydrology in wheatbelt wetlands. Available at: http://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. 80/2014, 2 p.

Davis J, Sim L, Pinder A, Murphy N, Brim Box J, Sheldon F et al. (2014). Landscape-scale patterns in the diversity and distribution of invertebrate communities of temporary aquatic habitats across arid Australia. Paper presented at the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon, 18-23 May 2014 (ABSTRACT). p. 1

Higbid J, Lizamore J, Pinder A (2014). The shorebirds are back in town. Landscope 30(1), pp. 44–49

Pinder A, Arslan N, Wetzel M (eds) (2014). Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta. Magnolia Press, Auckland. 102 p.

Pinder A, Wetzel M, Arslan N (2014). 12th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta. Magnolia Press, Auckland. pp. 4–5

Pinder AM, James A (2014). A new species of Macquaridrilus (Annelida: Clitellata: Naididae) from subantarctic Campbell Island. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 41, pp. 114–123

2013

Chambers J, Nugent G, Sommer B, Speldewinde P, Neville S, Beatty S et al. [Pinder A] (2013). Adapting to climate change: a risk assessment and decision support framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels: development and case studies. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. 112 p.

Chambers J, Nugent G, Sommer B, Speldewinde P, Neville S, Beatty S et al. [Pinder A] (2013). Adapting to climate change: a risk assessment and decision support framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels: guidelines for use. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. 68 p.

Davis J, Sunnucks P, Thompson R, Sim L, Pavlova A, Morán-Ordóñez A et al. [Pinder A] (2013). Building the climate resilience of arid zone freshwater biota. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. 38 p.

Davis J, Sunnucks P, Thompson R, Sim L, Pavlova A, Morán-Ordóñez A et al. [Pinder A] (2013). Climate change adaptation guidelines for arid zone aquatic ecosystems and freshwater biodiversity. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. 60 p.

Leung A, Edward D, Pinder A (2013). Photographic guide and keys to the larvae of Chironomidae (Diptera) of south-west Western Australia. Part II, Orthocladiinae. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 56 p.

Lizamore J, Simons J, Davies S, Pinder A, Vogwill R (2013). Managing and adapting to secondary salinity and altered hydrology in a Ramsar listed lake suite: Lake Warden wetland system case study. Paper presented at the WA State Coastal Conference, Balancing communities and coasts, Esperance, 2013 (ABSTRACT). pp. 1–2

Pinceel T, Vanschoenwinkel B, Waterkeyn A, Vanhove MPM, Pinder A, Timms BV et al. (2013). Fairy shrimps in distress: a molecular taxonomic review of the diverse fairy shrimp genus Branchinella (Anostraca: Thamnocephalidae) in Australia in the light of ongoing environmental change. Hydrobiologia 700, pp. 313–327

Pinder A (2013). Tools for identifying Australian aquatic oligochaetes of the families Phreodrilidae, Lumbriculidae and Capilloventridae (Clitellata: Annelida). Museum Victoria Science Reports 18, pp. 1–19

Pinder A, Cale D, Lizamore J (2013). Restore it and they will come? Hydrology and waterbirds in the Lake Warden wetlands. Paper presented at the WA State Coastal Conference, Balancing communities and coasts, Esperance, 2013 (ABSTRACT). p. 1

Pinder A, Quinlan K, Cale D, Shiel R (2013). Invertebrate communities and hydrological persistence in seasonal claypans of Drummond Nature Reserve, Western Australia. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 30 p.

Pinder AM, Quinlan KL (2013). Aquatic invertebrates of Katjarra in the Birriliburu Indigenous Protected Area: report to the Birriliburu Native Title Holders and Central Desert Native Title Services. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 20 p.

Smith A, Pinder A, McBurnie G, Brim-Box J, Thompson R, Harrisson K et al. (2013). Species hiding in plain sight: using population genetics to infer cryptic species and dispersal in Australian arid-zone freshwater insects (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology Congress, 52nd Annual Congress, Canberra, ACT, 2-5th December 2013 p. 93

2012

Klunzinger MW, Beatty SJ, Morgan DL, Lymbery AJ, Pinder AM, Cale DJ (2012). Distribution of Westralunio carteri Iredale 1934 (Bivalvia: Unionoida: Hyriidae) on the south coast of south-western Australia, including new records of the species. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 95, pp. 77–81

Pinder A, Cale D (eds) (2012). 12th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta: Fremantle, Western Australia, 10-13 September 2012: Book of Abstracts. Conference Organising Committee, Woodvale, WA. 43 p.

Pinder A, Cale D, Halse S, Leung A (2012). Waterbird monitoring of the Warden and Gore wetlands in November 2010 and February 2011. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 55 p.

Pinder A, Cale D, Halse S, Quinlan K (2012). Waterbird monitoring of the Warden and Gore wetlands in December 2011 and February 2012. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 56 p.

Pinder A, Lizamore J (2012). Change in waterbird communities of the Warden wetlands. WA South Coast Shorebird Network Newsletter 4, pp. 2–3

Pinder A, Quinlan K (2012). Aquatic invertebrate communities of selected springs in the Jurien (Cervantes to Coolimba) region: interim report to Department of Water. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 25 p.

Pinder AM (2012). Global diversity and distribution of the Phreodrilidae (Annelida: Clitellata) (ABSTRACT). In 12th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta: Fremantle, Western Australia, 10-13 September 2012: Book of Abstracts p. 32

Pinder AM, Quinlan K, Cale DJ, Leung AE (2012). Aquatic invertebrates of the Hutt River and Hutt Lagoon catchments, Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 95, pp. 29–51

Quinlan KL, Cale DJ, Pinder AM (2012). Aquatic oligochaetes of the Western Australian wheatbelt (POSTER ABSTRACT). In 12th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta: Fremantle, Western Australia, 10-13 September 2012: Book of Abstracts p. 34

2011

Cale DJ, McCormick C, Lyons MN, Pinder AM (2011). State Salinity Strategy wetland biodiversity monitoring report: Lake Wheatfield 1997-2009. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 62 p.

Klunzinger M, Pinder A, Cale D, Lymbery A (2011). Piggyback on a fish: the marsupial freshwater mussel tells it tale. Landscope 26(4), pp. 46–47

Leung A, Pinder A, Edward D (2011). Photographic guide and keys to the larvae of Chironomidae (Diptera) of south-west Western Australia: key to subfamilies and Tanypodinae. Draft v1. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 31 p.

Leung A, Pinder A, Edward D (2011). Photographic guide and keys to the larvae of Chironomidae (Diptera) of south-west Western Australia. Part I, key to subfamilies and Tanypodinae. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 29 p.

Pennifold M, Pinder A (2011). South-west forest stream biodiversity monitoring: Forest management plan 2004-2013, key performance indicator 20: interim report. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 207 p.

Pinder A, Cale D, Leung A (2011). Aquatic invertebrate diversity in Drummond natural diversity recovery catchment wetlands, 2004-2010. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 12 p.

2010

Cale D, Lyons M, McCormick C, Pinder A, Walker C (2010). State Salinity Strategy wetland biodiversity monitoring report: Lake Eganu 1998-2007. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 42 p.

Pinder A (2010). Leeches: our poorly known invertebrates. Bushland News 74, p. 5

Pinder A (2010). Non-marine aquatic invertebrates: challenges and case studies (ABSTRACT). In Threatened Species Research Forum: Western Australian Ecology Centre, 9th July 2010: a Review of WA Government Research into Threatened Species p. 24

Pinder A (2010). Suffering the slings and arrows of outrageous unpredictability: aquatic invertebrates of WA’s arid regions. PowerPoint presentation at Kwongan Workshop 2010: on the ecology of WA's arid zone, 29 June 2010. 25 p.

Pinder A (2010). Tools for identifying selected Australian aquatic oligochaetes (Clitellata: Annelida). Museum Victoria Science Reports 13, pp. 1–26

Pinder A, Cale D, Leung A, Halse S (2010). Waterbird and invertebrate monitoring of the Warden and Gore wetlands in November 2009 and February 2010. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 54 p.

Pinder A, Leung A (2010). Report on the October 2008 sampling of the aquatic invertebrate assemblages of mound springs of the Three Springs area threatened ecological community. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 21 p.

Pinder AM, Halse SA, Shiel RJ, McRae JM (2010). An arid zone awash with diversity: patterns in the distribution of aquatic invertebrates in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 78, pp. 205–246

2009

Daniel G, Kern S, Pinder A (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Marglu Billabong, Parry Lagoons. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 9 p.

Daniel G, Kern S, Pinder A, Nowicki A (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Lake Eda. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 27 p.

Daniel G, Kern S, Pinder A, Nowicki A (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Lake Gregory (Paraku) system. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 35 p.

Daniel G, Kern S, Pinder A, Nowicki A (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Lake MacLeod system. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 28 p.

Daniel G, Kern S, Pinder A, Nowicki A (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Ngallagunda Swamp. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 21 p.

Daniel G, Kern S, Pinder A, Nowicki A (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Saunders Spring. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 30 p.

Glasby CJ, Read GB, Lee KE, Blakemore RJ, Fraser PM, Pinder AM et al. (2009). Phylum Annelida: bristleworms, earthworms, leeches. In New Zealand Inventory of Biodiversity. Volume 1, Kingdom Animalia: Radiata, Lophotrochozoa, Deuterostomia Canterbury University Press, Christchurch. pp. 312–358

Halse SA, Lyons MN, Pinder AM, Shiel RJ (2009). Biodiversity patterns and their conservation in wetlands of the Western Australian wheatbelt. Appendices. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. pp. 555–611

Jackson J, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Desert Queens Baths. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 19 p.

Jackson J, Kern S, Pinder A, Nowicki A, Daniel G (2009). Resource condition report for significant Western Australian wetland: wetlands of the Fortescue River system. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 68 p.

Jones S, Francis C, Leung A, Pinder A (2009). Aquatic invertebrates and waterbirds of wetlands in the Avon region. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 156 p.

Jones S, Pinder A, Sim L, Halse S (2009). Evaluating the conservation significance of basin wetlands within the Avon Natural Resource Management region. Stage three assessment method. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 100 p.

Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G, Nowicki A (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Le Lievre Swamp (Iljamalkarda). Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 26 p.

McKenzie NL, van Leeuwen S, Pinder AM (2009). Introduction to the Pilbara Biodiversity Survey, 2002-2007. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 78, pp. 3–89

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Lake Ballard. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 30 p.

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Lindsay Gordon Lagoon. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 38 p.

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Mungilli Claypan. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 22 p.

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Rowles Lagoon. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 31 p.

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Yeo Lake. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 26 p.

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2009). Resource condition report for significant Western Australian wetland: Coyrecup Lake. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 32 p.

Nowicki A, Pinder A, Kern S, Daniel G (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Balicup Lake. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 25 p.

Nowicki A, Pinder A, Kern S, Daniel G (2009). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Hutt Lagoon. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 35 p.

Pinder A (2009). Aquatic invertebrate communities in Avon and Dale River pools. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 19 p.

Pinder A (2009). Tools for identifying selected Australian aquatic oligochaetes (Clitellata: Annelida): presented at the Taxonomic Workshop held at La Trobe University, Albury-Wodonga Campus, Wodonga, February 10-11th 2009. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. TRIN Taxonomic Guide 2, 49 p.

Pinder A (2009). Up and down: aquatic annelid diversity in surface wetlands and groundwater of the arid Pilbara region of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In 11th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta, 5-12 October, Türkiye/Alanya p. 23

Pinder A, Leung A (2009). Conservation status and habitat associations of aquatic invertebrates in Pilbara coastal river pools. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 106 p.

Pinder A, Timms B, Campagna V (2009). Salt-loving shrimps threatened by salinisation? Available at: http://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. 20/2009, 2 p.

Pinder AM, Halse SA, McRae JM, Shiel RJ (2009). Aquatic invertebrate assemblages of wetlands and rivers in the wheatbelt region of Western Australia. Appendices. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. pp. 1–51

Quinlan K, Pinder A, Cale D (2009). Assessment of the aquatic fauna conservation assets of wetlands in the Hutt River/Hutt Lagoon catchments. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 68 p.

Timms BV, Pinder AM, Campagna VS (2009). The Australian endemic brine shrimp Parartemia: issues in biology and conservation (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology Conference: 22nd September-2nd October, 2009, Alice Springs Convention Centre: Delegate Handbook, 48th Annual Congress p. 115

Timms BV, Pinder AM, Campagna VS (2009). The biogeography and conservation status of the Australian endemic brine shrimp Parartemia (Crustacea: Anostraca: Parartemiidae). Conservation Science Western Australia 7, pp. 413–427

2008

Daniel G, Kern S, Pinder A (2008). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: wetlands of the Muggon ex-pastoral lease. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 25 p.

Daniel G, Kern S, Pinder A, Nowicki A (2008). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Airfield Swamp (Nguyarri). Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 26 p.

Jones S, Pinder A, Sim L, Halse S (2008). A framework for assigning conservation values to Avon Natural Resource Management region wetlands. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 48 p.

Jones S, Pinder A, Sim L, Halse S (2008). Evaluating the conservation significance of basin and granite outcrop wetlands within the Avon Natural Resource Management region. Stage one, assessment method. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 62 p.

Martin P, Martinez-Ansemil E, Pinder A, Timm T, Wetzel MJ (2008). Global diversity of oligochaetous clitellates (Oligochaeta: Clitellata) in freshwater. Hydrobiologia 595, pp. 117–127

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2008). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Lake Goorly. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 22 p.

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2008). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Lake Gore. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 10 p.

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2008). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Lake Guraga. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 34 p.

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2008). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Lake Wooleen and Yewlands Pool. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 30 p.

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2008). Resource condition report for significant Western Australian wetland: Ewans Lake. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 12 p.

Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2008). Resource condition report for significant Western Australian wetland: Vasse Estuary. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 15 p.

Nowicki A, Pinder A, Kern S, Daniel G (2008). Resource condition report for significant Western Australian wetland: Dunns Swamp. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 27 p.

Nowicki A, Pinder A, Kern S, Daniel G (2008). Resource condition report for significant Western Australian wetland: Howick Swamp. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 27 p.

Pinder A, Shiel R, McRae J (2008). An arid-zone awash with diversity (ABSTRACT). In ASL 47th Congress: keeping aquatic ecosystems on Australia's water management agenda: handbook & abstracts: Mandurah, WA, 29 September to 3 October 2008 p. 69

Pinder AM (2008). Phreodrilidae (Clitellata: Annelida) in north-western Australia with descriptions of two new species. Records of the Western Australian Museum 24, pp. 459–468

Sim L, Nowicki A, Pinder A, Prideaux C, Cale D, Coote M (2008). Trialling a framework and indicators for wetland extent, distribution and condition in Western Australia: final report to the National Land and Water Resource Audit. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 81 p.

Sim LL, Nowicki A, Pinder A, Prideaux C, Cale D, Coote M (2008). A trial of national wetland indicators in Western Australia (POSTER ABSTRACT). In ASL 47th Congress: keeping aquatic ecosystems on Australia's water management agenda: handbook & abstracts: Mandurah, WA, 29 September to 3 October 2008 p. 96

Susac R, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2008). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Leeman Lagoon. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 27 p.

Susac R, Nowicki A, Kern S, Pinder A, Daniel G (2008). Resource condition report for a significant Western Australian wetland: Lake Logue. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 38 p.

2007

Halse SA, Pinder AM (2007). Action benefits from certainty: what certainty is there species are being lost and how can we improve it? (ABSTRACT). In The Biodiversity Extinction Crisis: an Australasian and Pacific Response: Final Program: University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 10-12 July 2007 p. 94

Halse SA, Pinder AM (2007). Action benefits from certainty: what certainty is there species are being lost and how can we improve it?. PowerPoint presentation at Biodiversity Extinction Crisis: An Australasian and Pacific Response: University of New South Wales, Sydney, 10-12 July 2007. 13 p.

Smith B, Halse S, Pinder A (2007). South-west forest biodiversity monitoring: forest management plan 2004-2013, key performance indicator 20: year 2 summary report. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 21 p.

Wang H, Wetsel M, Pinder AM, Verdonschot PFM, Arslan N (2007). Aquatic Oligochaete Biology X: Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta, held in Wuhan, China, 16-21 October 2006. Science Press, Beijing. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica 31 Suppl., 171 p.

2006

Halse S, Pinder A, Powling J, McRae J (2006). Wetlands of the Pilbara. Landscope 21(3), pp. 24–29

Martin P, Martinez-Ansemil E, Pinder A, Timm T, Wetzel MJ (2006). A global assessment of the oligochaetous clitellate diversity in freshwater (ABSTRACT). In Program & Abstracts: the Tenth International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta, 16-21 October, 2006, Wuhan, China p. K-2

Pinder A, Stratford L (2006). Report on August 2001 sampling of invertebrate assemblages at mound springs of the Three Springs area: produced for the Western Australian Threatened Species and Communities Unit, CALM. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 10 p.

Pinder AM, Eberhard SM, Humphreys WF (2006). New phallodrilines (Annelida: Clitellata: Tubificidae) from Western Australian groundwater. Zootaxa 1304, pp. 31–48

Verdonschot PFM, Wang H, Pinder A, Nijboer R (eds) (2006). Aquatic Oligochaete Biology. IX, Selected Papers From the 9th Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta, 6-10 October 2003, Wageningen, the Netherlands. Springer, Dordrecht. Developments in Hydrobiology 186, 222 p.

2005

Martin P, Martinez-Ansemil E, Pinder A, Timm T, Wetzel MJ (2005). A global assessment of the oligochaetous clitellate diversity in freshwater. Poster presented at the A Global Assessment of Animal Diversity in Freshwater, held at Elewijt, Belgium, 13-15 Oct, 2005.

Pinder AM (2005). A review of biodiversity in wetlands with organic sediments on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia, with an emphasis on aquatic invertebrates. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 88, pp. 129–132

Pinder AM, Halse SA, Lyons ML, McRae JM (2005). Aquatic communities of salt lakes in the Western Australian wheatbelt (ABSTRACT). In ISSLR 9th Conference, Perth 2005, September 26-30, 2005: Program and Abstracts pp. 41–42

Pinder AM, Halse SA, McRae JM, Shiel RJ (2005). Occurrence of aquatic invertebrates of the wheatbelt region of Western Australia in relation to salinity. Hydrobiologia 543, pp. 1–24

2004

Blinn DW, Halse SA, Pinder AM, Shiel RJ, McRae J (2004). Diatom and micro-invertebrate communities and environmental determinants in the western Australian wheatbelt: a response to salinization. Hydrobiologia 528, pp. 229–248

Halse SA, Lyons MN, Pinder AM, Shiel RJ (2004). Biodiversity patterns and their conservation in wetlands of the Western Australian wheatbelt. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 67, pp. 337–364

Pinder A (2004). Report on Dec 2002 sampling on Gnangara Mound springs. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 5 p.

Pinder AM (2004). Annelida: Aphanoneura. In Freshwater invertebrates of the Malaysian region Akademi Sains Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. pp. 191–194

Pinder AM, Halse SA, McRae JM, Shiel RJ (2004). Aquatic invertebrate assemblages of wetlands and rivers in the wheatbelt region of Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 67, pp. 7–37

Pinder AM, Ohtaka A (2004). Annelida: Clitellata, Oligochaeta. In Freshwater invertebrates of the Malaysian region Akademi Sains Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. pp. 162–174

2003

Gunn RJM, Pinder AM, Walker BM (2003). Phreodrilidae (Annelida: Oligochaeta), a family new to Europe. Irish Naturalists' Journal 27, pp. 315–317

Halse SA, Ruprecht JK, Pinder AM (2003). Salinisation and prospects for biodiversity in rivers and wetlands of south-west Western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 51, pp. 673–688

Pinder AM (2003). Australian faunal directory: checklist for superclass: Clitellata. Available at http://www.environment.gov.au/cgi-bin/abrs/fauna/details.pl?pstrVol=OLIGOCHAETA;pstrTaxa=2;pstrChecklistMode=1 [Accessed 4 Jul 2007]. Department of the Environment and Heritage, Canberra. 24 p.

Pinder AM (2003). First Australian records of three species and two genera of aquatic oligochaetes (Clitellata: Annelida). Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 124, pp. 109–114

Pinder AM (2003). New species and records of Phreodrilidae (Annelida: Clitellata) from Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum 21, pp. 307–313

Pinder AM, Halse SA, Eberhard S (2003). Oligochaetes in groundwater habitats of Western Australia: a preliminary overview (ABSTRACT). In 9th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta: Programme & Abstracts, 6-10 October 2003, Wageningen, The Netherlands p. 62

Sambugar B, Pinder AM (2003). Note on the aquatic Oligochaeta of Australia. Monografie del Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali di Torino 35, pp. 21–28

2002

(2002). Australian Society for Limnology 2002 Congress : Answering the critical challenges, held at the Emerald Colonial Lodge, Margaret River, Western Australia, September 29th to October 3rd 2002. Congress Organising Committee, Margaret River. 95 p.

Pinder AM, Halse SA (2002). Two new species of Ainudrilus (Clitellata: Tubificidae) from south-western Australia, with notes on Ainudrilos nharna Pinder and Brinkhurst. Records of the Western Australian Museum 21, pp. 1–7

Pinder AM, Halse SA, McRae JM, Shiel RJ (2002). Aquatic invertebrate assemblages of the wheatbelt region of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Congress Programme & Abstracts: Australian Society for Limnology 2002 Congress: Answering the Critical Challenges: held at the Emerald Colonial Lodge, Margaret River, Western Australia, September 29th to October 3rd, 2002 p. 59

Pinder AM, Halse SA, Shiel RJ, Cale DJ, McRae JM (2002). Halophile aquatic invertebrates in the wheatbelt region of south-western Australia. Verhandlungen der Internationalen Vereinigung Für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 28, pp. 1687–1694

Pinder AM, McEvoy PK (2002). Embolocephalus yamaguchii (Brinkhurst, 1971) (Clitellata:Tubificidae) from South Australian streams. Records of the South Australian Museum 35, pp. 139–145

2001

Pinder A (2001). Notes on the diversity and distribution of Australian Naididae and Phreodrilidae (Oligochaeta: Annelida). Hydrobiologia 463, pp. 49–64

Pinder A (2001). Water beetles. Newsletter of the Western Australian Insect Study Society Aug, pp. 3–4

Pinder AM (2001). Scoping document on monitoring and research for midge control at Lake Joondalup: produced for the CALM Swan Region. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 9 p.

Pinder AM, Halse SA, Shiel RJ, McRae JM, Cale DJ, Pennifold MG (2001). Diversity, endemism and conservation of the invertebrate fauna of saline wetlands in south-western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Book of Abstracts: Societas Internationalis Limnologiae 2001, XXVIII Congress, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia p. 167

Pinder AM, Pennifold MG (2001). A survey of the aquatic invertebrates of some organic mound springs in the Shire of Three Springs, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 5 p.

2000

McEvoy P, Pinder AM (2000). Aquatic oligochaetes of South Australia (ABSTRACT). In Book of Abstracts: VIII International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta (2000) p. 64

Pinder AM (2000). Diversity and zoogeography of freshwater oligochaetes from Australia (ABSTRACT). In Book of Abstracts: VIII International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta: Bilbao, 18-22 July 2000 p. 75

Pinder AM, Brinkhurst RO (2000). A review of the Tubificidae (Annelida: Oligochaeta) from Australian inland waters. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 58, pp. 39–75

Pinder AM, Erséus C (2000). New Phreodrilidae (Annelida: Clitellata) from Tasmanian estuaries. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 134, pp. 29–33

Pinder AM, Halse SA, Shiel RJ, McRae JM (2000). Granite outcrop pools in south-western Australia: foci of diversification and refugia for aquatic invertebrates. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 83, pp. 149–161

Watts CHS, Pinder A (2000). Two new species of Antiporus Sharp from Western Australia (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae). Records of the South Australian Museum 33, pp. 17–19

1999

Kay WR, Smith MJ, Pinder AM, McRae JM, Davis JA, Halse SA (1999). Patterns of distribution of macroinvertebrate families in rivers of north-western Australia. Freshwater Biology 41, pp. 299–316

McEvoy P, Pinder A (1999). Aquatic worms of South Australia (ABSTRACT). In Conference Programme & Abstracts: Sustainable Freshwater Ecosystems: the New Millennium: New Zealand Limnological Society and Australian Society of Limnology Joint Annual Conference, 29 November 1999-2 December 1999, North Island, New Zealand p. 59

Pinder AM, McRae JM, Halse SA, Pennifold M, Shiel RJ (1999). Aquatic invertebrate assemblages of the wheatbelt region of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Conference Programme & Abstracts: Sustainable Freshwater Ecosystems: the New Millennium: New Zealand Limnological Society and Australian Society of Limnology Joint Annual Conference, 29 November 1999-2 December 1999, North Island, New Zealand p. 73

Smith MJ, Kay WR, Edward DHD, Papas PJ, Richardson K St J, Simpson JC et al. [Pinder AM, Cale DJ, Yung FH, Halse SA] (1999). AusRivAS: using macroinvertebrates to assess ecological condition of rivers in Western Australia. Freshwater Biology 41, pp. 269–282

1998

Pinder AM, Hill BD, Green PE (1998). A new species of Dero (Allodero) (Naididae: Oligochaeta) inhabiting the ureters of the green tree frog (Litoria caerula) in Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 42, pp. 559–564

1997

Kay WR, Smith MJ, Pinder AM, McRae JM, Halse SA (1997). Patterns of distribution of macroinvertebrate families in rivers of north-western Australia (ABSTRACT). In What is River Health? an International Conference: University of Canberra, 5-6 November 1997 pp. 18–19

Pinder A (1997). Oligochaeta. In A Guide to Wetland Invertebrates of Southwestern Australia Western Australian Museum, Perth. pp. 24–36

Pinder AM, Brinkhurst RO (1997). First records of Slavina (Oligochaeta: Naididae) in Australia and description of a new species. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 109, pp. 149–155

Pinder AM, Brinkhurst RO (1997). Review of the Phreodrilidae (Annelida: Oligochaeta: Tubificida) of Australia. Invertebrate Taxonomy 11, pp. 443–523

Pinder AM, Brinkhurst RO (1997). The family Capilloventridae (Annelida: Oligochaeta) in Australia, with descriptions of two new species of Capilloventer. Zoologica Scripta 26, pp. 255–256

Smith M, Kay W, Pinder A, Halse S (1997). Spineless indicators. Landscope 12(3), pp. 49–53

Smith MJ, Kay WR, Edward DHE, Papas PJ, Richardson K St J, Simpson JC et al. [Pinder AM, Cale DJ, Yung FH, Halse SA] (1997). AusRivAS: using macroinvertebrates to assess ecological condition of rivers in Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In What is River Health? an International Conference: University of Canberra, 5-6 November 1997 pp. 18–19

Smith MJ, Kay WR, Pinder AM, Halse SA (1997). Live-picking versus laboratory sorting of aquatic macroinvertebrate samples: pickle now or wait 'til later? (ABSTRACT). In What is River Health? an International Conference: University of Canberra, 5-6 November 1997

1996

Ferraguti M, Erseus C, Pinder A (1996). The spermatozoon of Capilloventer australis and the systematic position of the Capilloventridae (Annelida: Oligochaeta). Australian Journal of Zoology 44, pp. 469–478

Pinder A, Davis J (1996). Field evaluation of granular methoprene (Altosid 9010 GR) against the chironomid Polypedilum nubifer (Skuse) at North Lake, Western Australia. Murdoch University, Environmental Science, Murdoch. 12 p.

1994

Pinder A (1994). The distribution of freshwater microdrile oligochaetes in Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology 33rd Congress in Conjunction with Australasian Society for Phycology and Aquatic Botany XI Conference: Rottnest Island, Western Australia, January 30-February 2 p. 42

Trayler KM, Pinder AM, Davis JA (1994). Evaluation of the juvenile hormone mimic pyriproxyfen (S-31183) against nuisance chironomids (Diptera: Chironomidae), with particular emphasis on Polypedilum nubifer (Skuse). Journal of the Australian Entomological Society 33, pp. 127–130

1993

Pinder AM, Harrington SA, Davis JA (1993). The use of enclosures for short-term pesticide trials on invertebrates in shallow wetlands. Journal of the Australian Entomological Society 32, pp. 69–72

Pinder AM, Trayler KM, Mercer JW, Arena J, Davis JA (1993). Diel periodicities of adult emergence of some chironomids (Diptera: Chironomidae) and a mayfly (Ephemeroptera: Caenidae) at a Western Australian wetland. Journal of the Australian Entomological Society 32, pp. 129–135

1992

Pinder A, Davis J, Lane J (1992). Managing the midge. Landscope 7(4), pp. 37–42

1991

Pinder AM, Trayler KM, Davis JA (1991). Chironomid control in Perth wetlands: final report and recommendations: report on research carried out between 1987 and 1991: prepared for the Midge Research Steering Committee. Murdoch University, School of Biological & Environmental Sciences, Murdoch. 144 p.

1990

Davis J, Halse S, Ebell G, Blyth J, Garland M, Pinder A (1990). Persistence and movement of pesticides in an urban wetland (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology 29th Annual Congress, 20-22 April, 1990, Jabiru, N.T.: Programme and Abstracts p. 16

Davis JA, Pinder AM, Trayler KM, Harrington SA (1990). Towards more effective control of nuisance chironomids (midges) in metropolitan wetlands, Perth, Western Australia: a report on the third year of research (June 1989 to May 1990): prepared for the Midge Research Steering Committee. Murdoch University, School of Biological & Environmental Sciences, Perth. 105 p.

Halse SA, Pearson GB, Pinder AM (1990). Some biological implications of mosquito control (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology 29th Annual Congress, 20-22 April, 1990, Jabiru, N.T.: Programme and Abstracts p. 19

Trayler K, Pinder A, Davis J (1990). Sumilarv: a growth regulator: new hope for midget limnologists (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology 29th Annual Congress, 20-22 April, 1990, Jabiru, N.T.: Programme and Abstracts p. 36

1989

Davis JA, Harrington SA, Pinder AM (1989). Further investigations into the control of nuisance chironomids (midges) in metropolitan wetlands, Perth, Western Australia: a report on studies from June 1988 to May 1989: prepared for the Midge Research Steering Committee. Murdoch University, School of Biological & Environmental Sciences, Murdoch. 89 p.

Halse SA, Pearson GB, Pinder AM (1989). Invertebrate fauna and waterbird diet at mosquito breeding areas of Leschenault Inlet, Bunbury, Western Australia: preliminary report prepared for Mosquito Control Review Committee. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 22 p.

Harrington S, Pinder A, Davis J (1989). Not all wetlands are equal: differences in chironomid populations in Perth’s urban wetlands (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology 28th Annual Congress, Canberra, 7-9 July 1989: Programme and Abstracts p. 1

Pinder A, Harrington S, Davis J (1989). The use of megacondom enclosures for experiments with chironomids in shallow wetlands (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology 28th Annual Congress, Canberra, 7-9 July 1989: Programme and Abstracts p. 1

1988

Davis JA, Harrington SA, Pinder AM (1988). Investigations into more effective control of nuisance chironomids (midges) in metropolitan wetlands, Perth, Western Australia: a report on studies from September 1987 to May 1988: prepared for the Midge Research Steering Committee. Murdoch University, School of Biological & Environmental Sciences, Murdoch. 116 p.

1987

Davis JA, Harrington SA, Pinder AM (1987). An appraisal of available chemical control options for chironomids (midges) in metropolitan wetlands. Murdoch University, School of Environmental and Life Sciences, Murdoch. 34 p.

Pinder A (1987). Ecology of macroinvertebrates in seasonal wetlands (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology 26th Annual Congress: Programme and Abstracts p. 27

1986

Pinder A (1986). Ecology of macroinvertebrates in seasonal wetlands. Thesis (BScHons) - Murdoch University. A Pinder, Murdoch. 90 p.

Additional Publications (3)

(“In press” and draft publications, or those published while employed elsewhere.)

1987

Davis JA, Harrington SA, Pinder AM (1987). An Appraisal of Available Chemical Control Options for Chironomids (Midges) in Metropolitan Wetlands. Unpublished report prepared for the Midge Research Steering Committee. School of Environmental and Life Sciences, Murdoch University, Perth, 34 p.

Pinder AM (1987). Ecology of macroinvertebrates in seasonal wetlands (ABSTRACT). In Programme and Abstracts of the 26th Annual Congress of the Australian Society for Limnology, Albury, 8-11 May 1987.

1988

Davis JA, Harrington SA, Pinder AM (1988). Investigations into More Effective Control of Nuisance Chironomids (Midges) in Perth Wetlands, Western Australia. Unpublished report prepared for the Midge Research Steering Committee. School of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Murdoch University, Perth, 116 p.

1989

Davis JA, Harrington SA, Pinder AM (1989). Further Investigations into the Control of Nuisance Chironomids (Midges) in Metropolitan Wetlands, Perth, Western Australia. Unpublished report prepared for the Midge Research Steering Committee. School of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Murdoch University, Perth, 89 p.

Pinder AM (1989). Results of an invertebrate survey of Kogolup Lake. In, A Preliminary Report on the Ecology and Cultural Significance of Kogolup Lake and the Surrounding Area: A Report to the Beeliar Regional Park Coordinating Committee (eds F. Murray & G. Middle). Murdoch University, Perth, 5 p.

Pinder A, Harrington S, Davis J (1989). The use of megacondom enclosures for experiments with chironomids in shallow wetlands (ABSTRACT). In Programme and Abstracts of the 28th Annual Congress of the Australian Society for Limnology, Canberra, 7-9 July 1989.