His main research concerns Ecology, Stygofauna, Subterranean fauna, Biodiversity and Groundwater. His research brings together the fields of Vicariance and Ecology. The concepts of his Stygofauna study are interwoven with issues in Zoology, PhyloCode, Arid, Phylogeography and Biogeography.
His studies deal with areas such as Aridification, Biological dispersal, Dytiscidae and Sympatric speciation as well as Subterranean fauna. In his work, Environmental planning, Habitat destruction and Threatened species is strongly intertwined with Troglofauna, which is a subfield of Biodiversity. In the field of Groundwater, his study on Aquifer overlaps with subjects such as Context.
William F. Humphreys mostly deals with Ecology, Stygofauna, Cave, Zoology and Groundwater. Ecology is frequently linked to Aquifer in his study. His study in Stygofauna is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phylogeography, Species richness, Species complex and Sympatric speciation.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Range, Cape, Southern Hemisphere and Biogeography. His Groundwater study also includes
William F. Humphreys mainly focuses on Ecology, Subterranean fauna, Stygofauna, Ecosystem and Trophic level. William F. Humphreys regularly ties together related areas like Groundwater in his Ecology studies. His Groundwater research incorporates themes from Cave, Disturbance, Environmental DNA, Environmental impact assessment and Threatened species.
His work in Subterranean fauna tackles topics such as Endemism which are related to areas like Molecular phylogenetics, Taxon, Schizomida, Phylogenetic diversity and Paraphyly. His Stygofauna study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ecological niche and Archaeology. His Trophic level study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Functional ecology and Biota.
His primary areas of investigation include Stygofauna, Ecology, Endemism, Aridification and Trophic level. William F. Humphreys has included themes like Ecological niche and Archaeology in his Stygofauna study. His research in Endemism intersects with topics in Taxon, Subterranean fauna, Molecular phylogenetics, Schizomida and Phylogenetic diversity.
His Aridification research incorporates elements of Biodiversity, Consumer, Isotope analysis, Biota and Paraphyly. His Trophic level research includes themes of Molecular ecology, Functional ecology, Ecosystem and Groundwater recharge. Specifically, his work in Ecosystem is concerned with the study of Ecosystem services.
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Aquifers and hyporheic zones: Towards an ecological understanding of groundwater
Hydrogeology Journal (2005)
Production and Respiration in Animal Populations
Journal of Animal Ecology (1979)
Evolution of subterranean diving beetles (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae: Hydroporini, Bidessini) in the arid zone of Australia
Aquifers: the ultimate groundwater-dependent ecosystems
Australian Journal of Botany (2006)
Hydrogeology and groundwater ecology: Does each inform the other?
Hydrogeology Journal (2009)
The use of habitat components by small mammals in eastern Australia
Austral Ecology (1978)
Protecting the innocent: studying short-range endemic taxa enhances conservation outcomes
Invertebrate Systematics (2011)
A Stalagmite record of Holocene Indonesian–Australian summer monsoon variability from the Australian tropics
Rhawn F. Denniston;Karl-Heinz Wyrwoll;Victor J. Polyak;Josephine R. Brown.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2013)
Cryptic speciation in two widespread subterranean amphipod genera reflects historical drainage patterns in an ancient landscape
Molecular Ecology (2006)
Islands under the desert: molecular systematics and evolutionary origins of stygobitic water beetles (Coleoptera : Dytiscidae) from central Western Australia
Invertebrate Systematics (2002)
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