TRaCK: Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge

Science and knowledge that governments, communities, industries for sustainable use of Australia's tropical rivers and estuaries

Danielle Warfe

Danielle Warfe

Danielle Warfe
Charles Darwin University

Danielle is freshwater ecologist with interests in food web ecology, flow-ecology relationships, and aquatic-riparian linkages.

Educated at Monash University and the University of Tasmania, her PhD research investigated the role of habitat architecture on food web structure via its effects on fish predation and prey behaviour. Following this she worked for the Tasmanian state government on environmental flow assessments and water management planning, and has since been conducting research on the role of flow variability on the structure and function of rivers with differing flow regimes.

Danielle combined these interests in her work with during the first phase of TRaCK research, focussing on tropical river food webs, aquatic and riparian subsidies, and the effects of flow change.