1) Hart, B.T., Angehrn-Bettinazzi, C., Campbell, I.C. and Jones, M.J. (1992). Australian  Water  Quality  Guidelines.  Australian  and  New  Zealand Environment Council and  Australian Water Resources Council.

Edited Collections


1) Campbell I.C. and  Chessman B.C. (eds)  (1970). Pollution and  the Environment : Proceedings of a  Symposium at Monash  University.–  Environment Research and Action Centre, Monash University,  135pp.

2) Campbell  I.  C. (ed)  (1985)  Australian Society  for  Limnology, Bulletin No. 10. December 1985.    109pp.

3) Campbell I.C.  (ed) (1986)  Stream Protection,  The Management  of Rivers for Instream Uses. Water  Studies Centre, Chisholm  Institute of Technology, East Caulfield.

4) Campbell I.C. (ed) (1990) Mayflies and Stoneflies,  Life Histories and Biology. Kluwer      Academic Press, Dordrecht, Netherlands. Link

5) Campbell I.C. (ed) (2009). The Mekong : Biophysical Environment of an International River Basin. Academic Press, Elsevier. Amsterdam. 432 pp. Link


Scientific Papers on Water Quality.


1) Campbell I.C. (1978). A biological investigation of an organically polluted urban stream in  Victoria. Aust. J. Mar. Freshwat. Res.,  29: 275-91. PDF

2) Campbell I.C. (1978). Inputs and outputs of water and  phosphorus from four Victorian  catchments. Aust.  J.  Mar. Freshwat.  Res., 29: 577-84.PDF

3) Bayles J.K., Curtain G.K.,  Campbell I.C. and  Hart B.T. (1980)  A eutrophication study of Lake  Daylesford, Victoria.  Aust.  J.  Mar.  Freshwat. Res., 31: 573-87.

4) Campbell I.C.  and Hart B.T.  (1981) Toxicity testing  as a  water quality management tool in Australia. In  Proceedings of the 9th Federal Convention  A.W.W.A. April 1981.

5) Campbell I.C. (1981) A critique of assimilative capacity.  J. Wat.Pollut. Contr. Fed., 53:      604-607. PDF

6)  Campbell  I.C.  (1981)  Biological  taxonomy  and  water  quality management. Water 8: (4), 11-13.

7) Campbell I.C. (1981) Author’s reply. J. Wat. Pollut. Contr. Fed., 53: 1657.

8) Campbell  I.C.  (1982) Biological  water quality  monitoring :  an Australian viewpoint. In Hart      B.T. (ed) Water Quality Management : Monitoring Programmes and Diffuse Runoff.  Australian  Society  for  Limnology / Water Studies Centre Chisholm Institute of Technology.

9) Campbell I.C. (1986) Assimilative capacity challenged. Search. 17: 154-155.

10) Daly,  H.R.,  I.C. Campbell  and B.T.  Hart (1986)  Relationships between copper speciation and toxicity to  the freshwater  shrimp Paratya australiensis.  In B.T.  Hart (ed)  Water Quality Management, Freshwater Ecotoxicity in Australia.  Water Studies Centre, Chisholm Institute of Technology, East Caulfield.

11) Campbell, I.C. (1986) Protecting streams : a complex  problem. In I.C. Campbell (ed.)      Stream Protection, The Management  of Rivers for Instream Uses. Water Studies Centre,     Chisholm  Institute of  Technology, East Caulfield.

12)  Campbell, I.C.  and  Doeg, T.D.  (1989).  The impact  of  timber harvesting and production on  streams :  a  review.   Aust.  J.  Mar. Freshwat. Res. 40: 519-539. PDF

13) Daly, H.R., Campbell, I.C. and Hart, B.T. (1990). Copper toxicity to Parataya australiensis:  I.  Influence  of  NTA  and  glycine. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 9: 997-1006. PDF

14) Daly, H.R., Campbell, I.C. and Hart, B.T. (1990). Copper toxicity to Parataya australiensis: II. Influence of bicarbonate and ionic strength.  Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 9: 1007-1011. PDF

15) Daly, H.R.,  Jones, M.D., Campbell,  I.C. and Hart,  B.T. (1990). Copper toxicity to Parataya  australiensis:   III.   Influence  of dissolved  organic matter.   Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 9: 1013-1018. PDF

16) Daly, H.R., Campbell, I.C. and Hart, B.T. (1992). Copper toxicity to Parataya    australiensis:   IV.   Relationship   with ecdysis. Environ. Toxicol. Chem.11: 881-883. PDF

17) Hart, B.T.,  Freeman, P., McKelvie,  I.D. and Campbell,  I.C. (1990). Nutrient dynamics in  rivers and streams.  In  Proceedings of  the  First  Australian   Conference  on Biological  Removal of  Nutrients. Bendigo, July 1990.

18) Hart, B.T.  and Campbell, I.C.  (1992). Water quality  guidelines and the maintenance of   Australian river ecosystems. In Pigram, J.J. and Hooper, B.P. (eds) Water  Allocation for the  Environment.  Centre for Water Policy Research,  University   of   New   England, Armidale, NSW.

19) Hart, B.T.,   Campbell, I.C., Angehrn-Bettinazi, C. and Jones, M.J. (1993). Australian water quality guidelines: a new approach for protecting ecosystem health.  J. Aquat. Ecosys. Health. 2: 151-163. PDF

20) Campbell, I.C. (2002). Biological Monitoring and Assessment Using Invertebrates. Pp 5.1-5.16 in Burden, F.R., McKelvie, I., Forstner, U. and Guenther, A. (eds). Environmental Monitoring Handbook.  McGraw-Hill, New York. PDF

21) Campbell, I.C. and Beardall, J. (2017). Ok Tedi copper mine, Papua New Guinea, stimulates algal growth in the Fly River.  Sustainable Water Resources Management. DOI: 10.1007/s40899-017-0187-3. PDF





Scientific Papers on Stream Ecology.


1) Lake P.S., L.A. Barmuta, A.J. Boulton, I.C. Campbell and  R.M. St.Clair (1985) Australian  streams  and Northern Hemisphere stream ecology : comparisons and problems. In J.R.  Dodson &  M. Westoby  (Eds.), Are Australian Ecosystems Different? Proc. Ecol. Soc. Aust., 14, 61-82. PDF

2) Campbell  I.C., M.E. McKaige and P.S. Lake  (1986). The fauna  of  Australian high mountain streams: ecology,  zoogeography and  evolution. In Barlow, B.A. (ed.)  Flora and   Fauna of Alpine Australasia, Ages and Origins. CSIRO, Melbourne. PDF

3) Campbell I.C. (1985) Suspended particulate material and biological communities in streams.  In B. T. Hart (ed) Water  Quality Management : The Role of Particulate Matter in the Transport and Fate of Pollutants. Water Studies Centre, Chisholm Institute of  Technology.

4) Campbell I.C., Cummins K.W.  and James K.R. (1991). A  preliminary  investigation of  seasonal differences in leaf decomposition patterns in Australian streams.  Ver. Internat.   Verein Limnol.  24: 2071-2075. PDF

5) Campbell, I.C., James, K.R.,  Hart, B.T. and Devereaux, A. (1992). Allochthonous coarse  particulate organic material  in forest  and pasture reaches  of two southeastern  Australian  streams.  I.  Litter  accession. Freshwater Biology 27: 341-352. PDF

6) Campbell, I.C., James, K.R.,  Hart, B.T. and Devereaux, A. (1992).  Allochthonous coarse particulate organic material  in forest  and  pasture reaches of  two southeastern Australian streams.  II. Litter  processing.  Freshwater Biology 27: 353-365. PDF

7) Campbell, I.C., Enierga, G.M.,  Fuchshuber, L. and James, K.R. (1994). An evaluation of   the  two  variable  model  for stream  litter  processing using  data  from southeastern Australia – how  important  is temperature?  Ver.  Internat. verein  Limnol. 25: 1837-1840. PDF

8) Campbell, I.C., Enierga, G.M.  and Fuchshuber, L. (1994).  The influence of pack size and  position, leaf type, and shredder access  on  the processing  rate of Atherosperma  moschatum leaves in an Australian cool temperate  rainforest stream. Int. Rev. ges. Hydrobiol.  79: 557-568. PDF

9) Campbell, I.C., and Fuchshuber, L. (1994). Amount composition and seasonality of terrestrial litter accession to an Australian cool temperate rainforest stream. Arch. Hydrobiol. 130: 499-512. PDF

10) Reed, J.L., Campbell, I.C. and Bailey, P.C.E. (1994). The relationship between invertebrate assemblage and available food in forest and pasture sites in southeastern Australian streams. Freshwat. Biol. 32: 641-650. PDF

11) Campbell, I.C. (1994). Ecology of Australian detritus-based streams – Note in response to Graca. Limnologica  24: 291-293. PDF

12) Campbell, I.C. and Fuchshuber, L. (1995). Polyphenols, condensed tannins and processing rates of tropical and temperate leaves in an Australian stream. J. Nth. Am. Benthological Soc. 14: 174-182. PDF

13) Campbell, I.C. (1995). Taxonomic minimalism. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10: 203.

14) Brizga, S., Peel, M.C., Finlayson, B.L., Campbell, I.C. and Chesterfield, C. (1996). Downstream impacts of water harvesting: a case study of the Yarra River, Victoria, Australia. Water and the Environment. Proceedings of the 23rd Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, Hobart, Australia.

15) Campbell, I.C., Parnrong, S., and Treadwell, S. (1998). Food availability and life history patterns of aquatic insects in evergreen eucalypt forest streams in southeastern Australia. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 26: 986-989. PDF

16) Campbell, I.C., Boon, P.J., Madsen, B.L. and Cummins, K.W. (1998). Objectives and approaches in lotic and riparian restoration projects. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 26:1295-1302. PDF

17) Treadwell, S.A., Campbell, I.C. & Edwards, R.T. (1997). Organic matter dynamics in Keppel Creek, Southeastern Australia. In Webster, J.R. & Meyer, J.L. (eds). Stream Organic Matter Budgets. J. Nth Am. Benthological Soc. 16: 58-61. PDF

18) Pardo, I., Campbell, I.C. and Brittain J.E. (1998). Influence of dam operation on mayfly assemblage structure and life histories in two southeastern Australian streams. Regulated Rivers, Research and Management.14: 285-295. PDF

19) Petts, G.E., Sparks, R. and Campbell, I.C. (2000). River restoration in developed economies. Pp Boon, P.J., Davies, B.R. and Petts, G.E.  (eds). Global Perspectives on River Conservation. Wiley,  New York.

20) Tsyrlin, E. and Campbell, I.C. (2002). Colonization of wood by invertebrates in Australian upland streams: differences between pools and riffles. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 28: 1066-1070.

21) Sterling, S. and Campbell, I.C. (2006). Do scrapers increase downstream? Patterns in southeastern Australian streams. Journal of Aquatic Sciences. 21 (1) 33-41. PDF

22) Campbell, I.C. (2011). Using risk analysis, power analysis and adaptive management to minimise ecological impacts of the Cotter Dam enlargement. Proceedings of the 2011 ANCOLD conference. PDF

23) Boyero, L. et al. (2021) Latitude dictates plant diversity effects on instream decomposition. Science Advances 26 Mar 2021:Vol. 7, no. 13, eabe7860 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abe7860. PDF

24) Boyero, L. et al (2021). Impacts of detritivore diversity loss on instream decomposition are greatest in the tropics. Nature Communications. (2021) 12:3700.  DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-23930-2.  PDF






Scientific Papers on Ephemeroptera (Mayflies).


1) Campbell I.C. (1980) Diurnal variation in the activity of Mirawara purpurea in the Aberfeldy River, Victoria,  Australia.  In: Flannagan J.F. and Marshall K.E., (eds), Advances in  Ephemeroptera Biology. Plenum Press, New York. PDF

2) Filshie B.K. and Campbell I.C. (1984) Design of an  insect cuticle associated with    osmoregulation :  the porous  plates of  chloride cells in a mayfly nymph .  Tissue and Cell   16, 789-803.

3) Campbell I.C.  and Holt M.K.  (1984) The Life  history of  Kirrara procera Harker      (Ephemeroptera) in two southeastern Australian rivers. In V. Landa et al.  (eds)  Proceedings of  the IVth International Conference on Ephemeroptera. CSAV, 299-305. PDF

4) Campbell I.C. (1985) Dietary habits of Australian  siphlonurid and oligoneuriid ephemeropteran  nymphs.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol., 22: 3250-3259. PDF

5) Campbell  I.C. and Peters W.L. (1986) Redefinition  of  Kirrara Harker with a redescription of  Kirrara  procera Harker (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae: Atalophlebiinae). Aquatic Insects 8: 71-81.

6) Campbell I.C. (1986) Life histories of some Australian siphlonurid and oligoneuriid mayflies (Insecta:  Ephemeroptera).  Aust. J. Mar. Freshwat. Res., 37: 261-288. PDF

7) Campbell  I.C. (1988)  Ephemeroptera. In  Zoological Catalogue  of Australia. Volume 6. ABRS,    Canberra.

8) Campbell  I.C.and Suter P.J.  (1988). Three  new genera,  a  new subgenus and a new species of  Leptophlebiidae  (Ephemeroptera)  from Australia. J. Aust. Ent. Soc. 27: 259-273. PDF

9)  Campbell  I.C., Duncan M.J. and Swadling K.M.  (1990).  Life histories of some Ephemeroptera from Victoria,  Australia.   In:  Campbell I.C. (ed) Mayflies and Stoneflies,  Life Histories and  Biology.  Kluwer Academic Press, Dordrecht, Netherlands. PDF

10) Campbell I.C. (1990). The  Australian mayfly fauna : composition,  distribution and    convergence. In Campbell  I.C. (ed) Mayflies and Stoneflies, Life Histories and Biology. Kluwer Academic Press, Dordrecht, Netherlands. PDF

11) Brittain J.E. and Campbell, I.C. (1991) The effect of temperature on egg development  of the  Australian  mayfly genus  Coloburiscoides (Ephemeroptera:  Coloburiscidae)  and   its relationship to distribution and life history. J. Biogeogr. 18: 231-235. PDF

12) Campbell I.C.  (1991). Size allometry  in some Australian  mayfly nymphs (Insecta:    Ephemeroptera). Aquatic Insects 13: 79-86. PDF

13) Peters  W.L. and  Campbell I.C.  (1991) Ephemeroptera.  In  CSIRO  (ed.) The Insects of   Australia, A textbook for students and research workers. 2nd Edition. Melbourne University Press, Carlton.

14) Campbell,  I.C. and Peters,  W.L. (1993).  A revision of  the  Australian Ephemeroptera genus  Atalomicria Harker (Leptophlebiidae:  Atalophlebiinae).  Aquatic Insects15: 89 -117. PDF

15)  Campbell,  I.C.  (1993).  A new genus and species  of  leptophlebiid mayfly (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae:  Atalophlebiinae) from  tropical Australia.  Aquatic Insects 15:159-167. PDF

16) Campbell, I.C.  (1995). The life histories of  three tropical  species of Jappa Harker  (Ephemeroptera:  Leptophlebiidae) in  the Mitchell  River  system,  Queensland, Australia.  In Ciborowski, J. and Corkum, L.  (Eds). Current Directions in Research  on Ephemeroptera  : Proceedings of the VII International  Conference on Ephemeroptera.  Canadian Scholars Press, Toronto. Pp 197-206. PDF

17) Campbell, I.C. and Hubbard, M.D. (1998). A new species of Prosopistoma (Ephemeroptera: Prosopistomatidae) from Australia.  Aquatic Insects 20:141-148.

18) Hubbard, M.D. and Campbell, I.C. (1996). A checklist of the Australian Ephemeroptera (Mayflies). Australian Society for Limnology, Special Publication.

19) Parnrong, S. and Campbell, I.C.  (1997). Two new species of Austrophlebioides Campbell and Suter (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae) with notes on the genus. Aust. J. Entomol. 36: 121-127. PDF

20) Campbell, I.C. (2002). The current status of Ephemeroptera biology in Australia. In Dominguez E. (ed.) Trends and Research in Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera. Kluwer Academic Press.

21) Parnrong, S. and Campbell, I.C. (2003). The effects of temperature on egg hatching of the mayfly Austrophlebioides marchanti (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae). Pp 189-193 in Gaino, E. (ed.) Research Update on Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera. University of Perugia Press. Perugia, Italy. PDF

22) Bae, Y., Finlay, K.J. and Campbell, I.C. (2004). Taxonomic status of the Australian mayfly genera Jappa and Ulmerophlebia (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae). Entomological News 115: 1-10. PDF

23) Bae, Y.J., Finlay, K.J. and Campbell, I.C. (2012). The hornless Australian burrowing mayfly Ulmerophlebia (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae). Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity 28(4): 230-240. PDF

24) Bae, Y.J., Finlay, K.J. and Campbell, I.C. (2013). The horned Australian burrowing mayfly Jappa (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae). Entomological Research 43 (1): 12-26. PDF


Scientific Papers on General Limnology.


1) Campbell I.C.  (1981) Zoogeography of some rheophilous  insects in the Australian region.   Aquatic Insects 3,(1), 33-43.  PDF

2) Williams  W.D.  and Campbell  I.C.  (1987). Major  components  and distribution of the  freshwater fauna. Chapter  7 in Walton  D.W. (ed.) The Fauna of Australia, Vol. 1. ABRS,  Canberra.

3) Soldán, T., Campbell, I.C. and Papácek, M. (1989). A study of the dispersal phoretic association between Sphaerium (Musculinum) tasmanicum (Heterodonta, Sphaeriidae) and Sigara (Tropocorixa) truncatipala (Heteroptera, Corixidae). Vést. cs. Spolec. zool.  53: 300-310. PDF

4) Campbell, I.C. and Parnrong, S. (2000). Limnology in Thailand: present status and future needs. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol.27: 2135-2141. PDF

5) Revenga, C., Campbell, I.C., Abell,R., de Villiers, P. and Bryer, M. (2005). Prospects for Monitoring Freshwater Ecosystems toward the 2010 TargetsPhil. Trans. Roy. Soc.(B) 360: 397-413. PDF

6) Campbell I.C. (2011).Science, governance and environmental impacts of mines in developing countries: lessons from Ok Tedi in Papua New Guinea. Pp 583-597 in Grafton, R.Q. and Hussey, K. (eds). Water Resources Planning and Management. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. 777 pp. PDF




Scientific Papers on the Mekong River System.

1)      Campbell, I.C. (2003). Introduction. Pp1-5 in Bishop, A. (ed)  State of the Basin Report 2003. Mekong River Commission, Phnom Penh. ISSN1728:3248 Link

2)      Campbell, I.C., Little, M. and Sok Siang Im (2003). Water in the Mekong Basin. Pp13-28 in Bishop, A. (ed)  State of the Basin Report 2003. Mekong River Commission, Phnom Penh. ISSN1728:3248

3)      Campbell, I.C. and Little, M. (2003). Physical landforms of the Mekong Basin. Pp7-12 in Bishop, A. (ed)  State of the Basin Report 2003. Mekong River Commission, Phnom Penh. ISSN1728:3248

4)      Campbell, I.C. and Little, M. (2003). Biota of the Lower Mekong Basin. Pp29-38 in Bishop, A. (ed)  State of the Basin Report 2003. Mekong River Commission, Phnom Penh. ISSN1728:3248

5)      Bishop, A., Campbell, I.C., Lund, A. and Sokhem, P. (2003). Cooperation in the Mekong Basin. Pp283-293 in Bishop, A. (ed)  State of the Basin Report 2003. Mekong River Commission, Phnom Penh. ISSN1728:3248

6)      Campbell, I.C., Barlow, C.G. and Pham Gian Hien. (2005). Managing the ecological health of the Mekong River: evaluating threats and formulating responses. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol.29: 497-500. PDF

7)      Attwood, S.W., Campbell, I., Upatham, E.S. and Rollinson, D. (2004). Schistosomes in the Xe Kong river of Cambodia: the detection of Schistosoma mekongi in a natural population of snails and observations in the intermediate host’s distribution.  Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 8: 221-231.

8)      Campbell, I.C. (2005). The Mekong River basin and integrated water resources management.  Pp 250-266 in Varis, O. and Biswas, A. (eds). Integrated Water Resources Management in South and South East Asia.  Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. 353pp.

9)      Campbell, I.C., Poole, C., Giesen, W. and Valbo-Jorgensen, J. (2006). Species diversity and ecology of the Tonle Sap Great Lake, Cambodia. Aquatic Sciences 68: 355-373. PDF

10)  Junk, W., Brown, M., Campbell, I.C., Finlayson, M., Gopal, B., Ramberg, L. and Warner, B.G. (2006)  Comparative biodiversity values of large wetlands: a synthesis.  Aquatic Sciences 68: 400-414

11)  Campbell, I.C. (2007). The management of large rivers: technical and political challenges.  Pp 571-585 in Gupta A. (ed.) Large Rivers.  John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, UK. 689 pp.

12)  Campbell, I.C. (2007). Perceptions, data and river management – lessons from the Mekong River. Water Resources Research. 43: doi: 10.1029/2006WR005130. PDF

13)  Attwood, S.W., Fatih, F.A., Campbell, I.C. and Upatham, E.S. (2008). The distribution of Mekong schistosomaisis, past and future: preliminary indications from an analysis of genetic variation in the intermediate host. Parasitology International 57(3): 256-70. PDF

14)   Campbell, I.C. (2009). Introduction. Pp 1-11 in Campbell I.C. (ed) (2009). The Mekong : Biophysical Environment of an International River Basin. Academic Press, Elsevier. Amsterdam. 432 pp. Link

15)   Campbell, I.C., Say, S. and Beardall, J. (2009). Tonle Sap Lake, the heart of the Lower Mekong. Pp 251-272 in Campbell I.C. (ed) (2009). The Mekong : Biophysical Environment of an International River Basin. Academic Press, Elsevier. Amsterdam. 432 pp. Link

16)  Campbell, I.C., Chessman, B.C. and Resh, V.H. (2009). The development and application of biomonitoring in the Lower Mekong River system. Pp 321-334 in Campbell I.C. (ed) (2009). The Mekong : Biophysical Environment of an International River Basin. Academic Press, Elsevier. Amsterdam. 432 pp. Link

17)  Campbell, I.C. (2009). Development scenarios and Mekong River flows. Pp 389-402 in Campbell I.C. (ed) (2009). The Mekong : Biophysical Environment of an International River Basin. Academic Press, Elsevier. Amsterdam. 432 pp. Link

18)  Campbell, I.C. (2009). The challenges for Mekong River management. Pp 402-419 in Campbell I.C. (ed) (2009). The Mekong : Biophysical Environment of an International River Basin. Academic Press, Elsevier. Amsterdam. 432 pp. Link

19)  Campbell I.C. (2011) .Managing international river basins: successes and failures of the Mekong River Commission. Pp 724-740 in Grafton, R.Q. and Hussey, K. (eds). Water Resources Planning and Management. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. 777 pp. PDF

20)  Campbell I.C. (2012). Biodiversity in the Mekong Delta.  Pp 293-313 in Renaud, F., Koch, P. And Kuenzler, C. (eds). The Mekong Delta System – Interdisciplinary Analyses of a River Delta. Springer. 463 pp.

21)  Kuenzer, C., Campbell, I.C., Roch, M., Leinenkugel, P., Tuan, V.Q. and Dech, S. (2012) Understanding the impact of hydropower developments in the context of upstream–downstream relations in the Mekong river basin. Sustainability Science DOI 10.1007/s11625-012-0195-z PDF

22)  Campbell, I.C., Hart, B.T. and Barlow, C. (2013). Integrated Management in Large River Basins: 12 Lessons from the Mekong and Murray-Darling Rivers. River Systems 20 (3/4): 231-247. PDF

23)  Resh, V.H., Campbell, I.C. and Chessman, B.C. (in press). Tolerance values to human-disturbance for littoral and benthic macroinvertebrates, benthic diatoms, and zooplankton of the Lower Mekong River, Southeast Asia. In Proceedings of the First Asian Benthological Meeting.

24) Campbell, I.C. and Barlow, C. (2020). Hydropower development and the loss of fisheries in the Mekong River basin. Frontiers in Environmental Science. Vol. 8, article 566509. DOI: 10.3389/fenvs.2020.566509. PDF



Unrefereed Notes, Technical Reports and General Publications. 


1) Campbell I.C., Macmillan L.A.,  Smith A.J. and McKaige M.E. (1982)  The Benthic  Invertebrates of the Yarra River and  its Tributaries.  Victorian Ministry for Conservation ,   Environmental Studies  Series  Report No. 362 Yarra Report Part1 Yarra Report Part2

2) Campbell  I.C. and  Doeg  T.J. (1984)  The  Impact of  the  Timber Industry on Aquatic Values.   Consultants  Report for  the  Victorian  Timber Industry Inquiry.

3) Daly, H.R., Campbell  I.C. and Hart  B.T. (1986) The  relationship  between copper speciation and toxicity to a freshwater shrimp.  Australian Water Resources Council Research Report,    Canberra.

4) Kinhill Engineers (1988). Techniques for Determining Environmental Water Requirements – a  Review.    Department  of  Water   Resources  Technical  Report   Series  Report  No   40.    (Chapters 3 & 4).

5) Campbell,  I.C.  (1989). Macroinvertebrate  studies  in  Victoria. Report to the Office of the   Commissioner to the Environment.

6) Campbell, I.C., Edwards, R.T. and James, K.R. (1992). Land Use impacts on stream   communities.   In proceedings  of the Soil  Conservation  Association   of  Victoria annual conference, 1990.

7)  Campbell,  I.C.  (1991).  Biological  monitoring  of  Australian  streams : past, present and future potential.    In:  Hyne,  R.V. (ed.) Proceedings of the 29th Congress  of  the  Australian  Society of Limnology.  Office of the Supervising Scientist,  Alligator    Rivers    Region Research  Institute,  Jabiru, NT, Australia.

12) Campbell, I.C. (1991). The Use of Macroinvertebrates to Determine Environmental Flows in   Rivers  and Streams.  Report  to  the  Water  Resources Section, Department of Conservation and Environment, Victoria.

13) Campbell, I.C. (1991). An assessment of the likely impact of the construction of a ski trail from Cricket Pitch to King Saddle, Mt Stirling, on the stonefly Thaumatoperla flaveola. Report to Alpine Resorts Commission. PDF

14) Hart, B.T.,  Angehrn, C., Campbell, I.C. and Jones,  M.J. (1992). Australian water quality guidelines: role in protecting ecosystem health. In proceedings of the  Workshop  on Biological  Assessment  of  Ecosystem Health. Sydney.

15)  Gippel,  C.,  Marchant,  R.,  Stewardson,  M.J.,  Brizga,  S.O., Campbell, I.C., Woodfull, J., Finlayson, B.L. and  McMahon, T.A.  (1992).   A  review of the environmental water requirements of the Thomson River from Thomson Dam to Cowwarr Weir.  Report  to Melbourne Water Corporation.  Unimelb, Parkville.

16)  Carr,  G.,  Campbell,  I.,  Pizzey, G.,  and  Royle,  R.  (1992) Management options for Albert Park Lake. Consultant’s  Report  prepared for Melbourne Water .

17) Campbell, I.C., Peake, P.  and Gell, P. (1992). Report on a Fauna and Flora Survey of Areas which will be Affected by  the Proposed Extension of  the Lift  Line and  Slope     Development Works  at  Wombat  Run,  Mt Buller,  with  an  Assessment   of  the Extent to  which  these  may  Adversely  Affect  Rare or  Endangered  Flora  and  Fauna.  Consultants Report to Mt Buller Ski Enterprises. PDF

18) Campbell, I.C. and Casey, A. (1992). Invertebrate Communities of the Plenty River.  Consultants Report to Melbourne Water. PDF

19) Campbell, I.C. (1992) Stream Macroinvertebrates of Errinundra National Park. Consultants Report to the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

20) Rhithroecology Pty Ltd (1993). Natural Resources Survey, Snowmaking Water Supply, Mt Buller Alpine Resort. Consultants Report to Alpine Resorts Commission. PDF

21) Campbell, I.C. (1993). Riparian-stream linkages – an Australian perspective on instream issues.  In Bunn, S.E., Pusey, B.J. and Price, P. (eds)  Ecology and Management of Riparian Zones in Australia.  Proceedings of a National Workshop on Research and Management Needs for Riparian Zones in Australia.  Occasional Paper No 05/93. LWRRDC, Canberra.

22) Campbell I.C. (1994) The challenges of stream habitat classification.  In O’Keefe, J. and Uys, M. (eds) “Classification of Rivers and Environmental Health Assessment”  Water Research Commission, South Africa. Pp 205-216.

23) Hart, B.T. and Campbell, I.C. (1994). Assessment of river “health” in Australia.  In O’Keefe, J. and Uys, M. (eds) “Classification of Rivers and Environmental Health Assessment”  Water Research Commission, South Africa.Pp  177-190.

24) Campbell, I.C. (1994). The responses of stream invertebrate community composition to changes in water quality: a review.  Consultants report to the Land and Water Resources Research and Development Corporation. 27 pp.

25) Tsyrlin, E. and Campbell, I.C. (1994). Report on investigations into the status of the stonefly genus Thaumatoperla in Victoria.  Report prepared for the Alpine Resorts Industry Council. 9pp.

26) Campbell, I.C. (1994). Ecological links between rivers and their catchments. In “The Geomorphology and Biology of Streams” Summer Conference Papers and Notes. River Basin Management Society. Glenn College, LaTrobe University.

27) Rhithroecology Pty Ltd (Campbell, I.C., Argent, R., Dallhaus, P., Gippel, C., Jenkin, J., Peake, P. and Shirley, S.) (1996). Extension to the Natural Resources Survey, Snowmaking Water Supply, Mt Buller Alpine Resort. A report to the Alpine Resorts Commission prepared by Rhithroecology Pty Ltd. 103 pp. Report Part IReport Part II  Appendix

28) Campbell, I.C. (2001) The Mekong River – transboundary challenges and progress towards solutions. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydrological Challenges in Transboundary Water Resources Management, Koblenz Germany September 2001.

29) Campbell,I.C. Tin Nguyen Thanh and Sein Mya(2002) The Mekong River Commission and water quality monitoring in the Lower Mekong Basin. In proceedings of the Conference on Water Quality Monitoring in Viet Nam, Hanoi, September 2002.

30) Campbell, I. C. (2002) The Mekong River – water, people and fisheries in a politically complex river basin. In:  Enviro Flows 2002 4th Ecohydraulics Conference,4th February  2002, Capetown, South Africa.  15 pp.

31) Campbell, I.C. (2003). Invertebrates, Biodiversity and the Upper Lancang-Mekong Navigation Project. Pp97-105 in Cao, M., Woods, K., Hu, H. and Hi, L. (eds). Biodiversity Management and Sustainable Development. China Forestry Publishing House. Kunming, China. ISBN 7-5038-3375-0

32) Campbell, I.C. (2003). The Mekong River – Water,  people and fisheries in a politically complex river basin.  Pp1-11 in Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Southeast Asian Water Environment.  Biodiversity and Water Environment. October 23-25, 2003. Asian Institute of Technology Conference Centre, Bangkok, Thailand.

33) Campbell, I.C. (2005). Environmental flows- the key to sustainable development of the Mekong River Basin.  Environmental Flows. Environmental Perspectives on River Basin Management in Asia. 2 (2) 1-2. (September 2005)

34) Campbell, I.C. (2005). Managing the health of large rivers in developing countries – a case study from the Mekong.  In Proceedings of the 2nd International Yellow River Forum. 2: 56-61. Yellow River Conservancy Press, Zhengzhou, PR China. PDF

35) Davison, S.P., Chumchuen, W. and Campbell, I.C. (2008). Benthic macroinvertenbrates as bioindicators of the ecological health of Songkla Lake tributaries, Thailand. Proceedings on the 2nd PSU-UNS Joint International Conference on Bioscience, University of Novi Sad, Serbia, 23-4 June 2008.

36) Campbell, I.C. (2010). The Origin, Fate and Dispersal of Toxicants in the Lower Yarra River: a Review. 31pp. PDF