Journal Articles

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  • Galeotti, DM; CastalanelliMA; GrothDM; McCullough, C. & Lund, M. (2015) Genotypic and morphological variation between Galaxiella nigrostriata (Galaxiidae) populations: implications for conservation  Marine and Freshwater Research 66 (2), 187-194 link


  • Van Etten, E. J. B.; McCullough, C. D. & Lund, M. A. (2014). Setting goals and choosing appropriate reference sites for restoring mine pit lakes as aquatic ecosystems: a case study from south west Australia. Mining Technology 123(1) 9-19. link


  • McCullough, C. D.; Marchand, G. & Unseld, J. (2013). Mine closure of pit lakes as terminal sinks: best available practice when options are limited? Mine Water and the Environment (invited paper). 32(4): 
  • Kumar, N. R.; McCullough, C. D. & Lund, M. A. (2013). Upper and lower concentration thresholds for bioremediation of Acid Mine Drainage using bulk organic substrates. Mine Water and the Environment (invited paper). 32:


  • Van Etten, E. J. B.; McCullough, C. D. & Lund, M. A. (2012). Importance of topography and topsoil selection and storage in successfully rehabilitating post-closure sand mines featuring pit lakes. Mining Technology. 121:
  • Hinwood, A.; Heyworth, J.; Tanner, H. & McCullough, C. D. (2012). Recreational use of acidic pit lakes – human health considerations for post closure planning. Journal of Water Resource and Protection. 4: 1,061-1,070link


  • Kumar, N. R.; McCullough, C. D.; Lund, M. A. & Newport, M. (2011). Sourcing organic materials for pit lake remediation in remote mining regions. Mine Water and the Environment.
  • Kumar, R. N.; McCullough, C. D. & Lund, M. A. (2011). How does storage affect the quality and quantity of organic carbon in sewage for use in the bioremediation of acidic mine waters? Ecological Engineering. 37:1,205-1,
  • McCullough, C. D. & Lund, M. A. (2011). Bioremediation of acidic and metalliferous drainage (AMD) through organic carbon amendment by municipal sewage and green waste. Journal of Environmental Management. 82: 2,419-2,
  • McCullough, C. D. & Van Etten, E. J. B. (2011). Ecological engineering of a novel lake district: new approaches for new landscapes. Mine Water and the Environment. 30:


  • Galeotti, D. M.; McCullough, C. D. & Lund, M. A. (2010). Black-stripe minnow Galaxiella nigrostriata (Shipway 1953) (Pisces: Galaxiidae), a review and discussion. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 93:
  • McCullough, C. D. (2008). Approaches to remediation of acid mine drainage water in pit lakes. International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment. 22(2):
  • McCullough, C. D. & Horwitz, P. (2010). Vulnerability of organic acid tolerant wetland biota to the effects of inorganic acidification. Science of the Total Environment 408: 1,868–1,
  • Van Dam, R. A.; Hogan, A. C.; McCullough, C. D.; Houston, M.; Humphrey, C. L. & Harford, A. (2010). Aquatic toxicity of magnesium sulphate, and the influence of calcium, in low ionic strength water. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 29:


  • Neil, L.; McCullough, C. D.; Lund, M.A.; Tsvetnenko, Y. & Evans, L. (2009). Bioassay toxicity assessment of mining pit lake water remediated with limestone and phosphorus. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 72: 2,046-2, (Highlighted article).
  • Kumar, N. R.; McCullough, C. D. & Lund, M. A. (2009). Water resources in Australian mine pit lakes. Mining Technology. 118:


  • McCullough, C. D.; Lund, M. A. & May, J. M. (2008). Field scale demonstration of the potential for sewage to remediate acidic mine waters. Mine Water and the Environment. 27(1):


  • McCullough, C. D. & Lund, M. A. (2006). Opportunities for sustainable mining pit lakes in Australia. Mine Water and the Environment. 25(4):