Dr Skye Wassens
Dr Skye Wassens
Associate Professor in Ecology, Charles Sturt University
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
Movement patterns of southern bell frogs (Litoria raniformis) in response to flooding
S Wassens, RJ Watts, A Jansen, D Roshier
Wildlife Research 35 (1), 50-58, 2008
Anuran species in urban landscapes: Relationships with biophysical, built environment and socio-economic factors
LT Smallbone, GW Luck, S Wassens
Landscape and Urban Planning 101 (1), 43-51, 2011
Habitat characteristics predict occupancy patterns of the endangered amphibian Litoria raniformis in flow‐regulated flood plain wetlands
S Wassens, A Hall, W Osborne, RJ Watts
Austral Ecology 35 (8), 944-955, 2010
Review of the past distribution and decline of the Southern Bell Frog Litoria raniformis in New South Wales
S Wassens
Australian Zoologist 34 (3), 446-452, 2008
River regulation influences the composition and distribution of inland frog communities
S Wassens, M Maher
River Research and Applications 27 (2), 238-246, 2011
Frog breeding in rain-fed wetlands after a period of severe drought: implications for predicting the impacts of climate change
S Wassens, A Walcott, A Wilson, R Freire
Hydrobiologia 708 (1), 69-80, 2013
Description and genetic characterization of a new Contracaecum larval type (Nematoda: Anisakidae) from Australia
S Shamsi, A Turner, S Wassens
Journal of Helminthology 92 (2), 216-222, 2018
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 …
RT Kingsford, R Mac Nally, A King, KF Walker, G Bino, R Thompson, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 66 (11), 970-980, 2015
Long-term changes in freshwater aquatic plant communities following extreme drought
S Wassens, N Ning, L Hardwick, G Bino, J Maguire
Hydrobiologia 799 (1), 233-247, 2017
The use of space by the endangered southern bell frog (Litoria raniformis) in the semi-arid region of New South Wales, Australia
S Wassens
Charles Sturt University, 2005
Effect of captivity and management on behaviour of the domestic ferret (Mustela putorius furo)
S Talbot, R Freire, S Wassens
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 151, 94-101, 2014
Identifying critical habitat for Australian freshwater turtles in a large regulated floodplain: implications for environmental water management
JF Ocock, G Bino, S Wassens, J Spencer, RF Thomas, RT Kingsford
Environmental Management 61 (3), 375-389, 2018
Spatial patterns of a Southern Bell Frog Litoria raniformis population in an agricultural landscape
S Wassens, DA Roshier, RJ Watts, AI Robertson
Pacific Conservation Biology 13 (2), 104-110, 2007
Commonwealth Environmental Water Office Long-term Intervention Monitoring project Murrumbidgee River System Selected Area evaluation
HJLE Wassens, S., Spencer J., Thiem J., Wolfenden B., Jenkins K., Hall A ...
Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra., 2016
Importance of fire in influencing the occurrence of snakes in an upland region of arid Australia
PJ McDONALD, GW Luck, CR Pavey, S Wassens
Austral Ecology 37 (7), 855-864, 2012
The effect of survey method on the detection probabilities of frogs and tadpoles in large wetland complexes
S Wassens, A Hall, J Spencer
Marine and Freshwater Research 68 (4), 686-696, 2016
S Wassens
Floodplain wetland biota in the Murray-Darling Basin: Water and habitat …, 2010
Flooding regimes for frogs in lowland rivers of the Murray-Darling Basin
S Wassens
Ecosystem Response Modelling in the Murray-Darling Basin, 215-129, 2010
Floodplain ecosystem dynamics under extreme dry and wet phases in semi‐arid Australia
G Bino, S Wassens, RT Kingsford, RF Thomas, J Spencer
Freshwater Biology 63 (2), 224-241, 2018
Learning from concurrent adaptive management in multiple catchments within a large environmental flows program in Australia
RJ Watts, F Dyer, P Frazier, B Gawne, P Marsh, DS Ryder, M Southwell, ...
River Research and Applications 36 (4), 668-680, 2020
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20