‘Shocking and worrying’: Selective logging has big, lasting impact on fish. Mongabay, 26 April 2018.
Even selective logging in rainforests hurts biodiversity. European Times, 20 April 2018.
Small changes in rainforests cause big damage to fish ecosystems. ScienceDaily, 19 April 2018.
Crab hatching in captivity a breakthrough for NParks. The Straits Times, 15 March 2018, Science, pB10.
This Singaporean crab is not for eating. The Straits Times, 28 April 2017, Science, pB12.
Tracking non-native animal species here. The Straits Times, 4 November 2016, Science, pB15.
Explore fauna at local freshwater streams such as forest-walking catfish. The Straits Times, 23 September 2016, Lifestyle.
Fishing for information. The Straits Times, 29 April 2016, Science, pB15.
NUS academics travel to the ends of the earth for their research. LianHe Zaobao, 13 September 2015, zbNOW, p4-7.
Clawing back territory for the natives. The Straits Times, 24 July 2015, Science, pB17.
Plan to save Singapore freshwater crab from extinction. The Straits Times, 22 June 2015, Home, pB2.
Protecting Southeast Asia’s native fish. LianHe Zaobao, 2 March 2015, p7.
New study to find out about life in Singapore's reservoirs. The Straits Times, 4 December 2014, Home, pB1.
Endangered crab to get help to make babies. The Straits Times, 7 April 2014, Home, pB5.
That uniquely Singaporean crab disappearing fast. The Straits Times, 12 June 2013, Home, pB2.
Private lives in public. The Straits Times, 10 July 2010, pC3.
The 'attack' of exotic flora and fauna. The Straits Times, 6 November 2010, Science, pD8.
Fresh look at S'pore's aquatic environment. The Straits Times, 31 July 2010, Science, pD10.
Interest in freshwater research picks up. LianHe Zaobao, 10 July 2010, Section 1, p6.
Freshwater crabs 'feel the pinch'. BBC Earth News, 27 July 2009.
Selective logging as harmful to fish as deforestation. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Dispatches Section, 16(5): 256. 1 June 2018.
Studying biological interactions in reservoirs and waterways. National University of Singapore Faculty of Science Annual Report 2017, p23.
Topics from the tropics: Biological studies of fresh waters in Singapore and Southeast Asia and Ecosystem functions in Singapore’s forest streams. Advances in Science, Volume 22(2), December 2017, p2–3 & p14.
sustainABLE NUS Showcase. OmniSCI, an online publication for NUS Science students and alumni, December 2017, p39.
Using macrophytes to restore reservoir systems. Innovation in Water Singapore: An R&D publication of PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, Volume 9, July 2017, p14.
Enhancing biodiversity of our residential environment and Improving water quality in Pandan reservoir. National University of Singapore Faculty of Science Annual Report 2016, p20–21.
Liquid Assets: In our tiny urban island, Maxine Mowe is looking to preserve our natural habitat. The new eurasian, October–December 2016, p10.
Dams facillitate fish invasions. National University of Singapore Faculty of Science Research Highlights, 29 September 2016.
Exploring food webs in reservoirs: Establishing biodiversity profiles of Singapore’s reservoirs for better ecological management. Innovation in Water Singapore: An R&D publication of PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, Volume 8, June 2016, p16.
Investigating environmental controls of blue-green algae in reservoirs. Innovation in Water Singapore: An R&D publication of PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, Volume 7, June 2015, p31.
Conserving a natural heritage icon. National University of Singapore Faculty of Science Research Highlights, 27 June 2015.
Investigating aquatic invasive alien species in Singapore waters. National University of Singapore Faculty of Science Research Newsletter, Volume 5(1), June 2011, p1–2.
The effects of deforestation on rivers and fish. Short interview on Clare's presentation at the Science@SAFE 2019 conference.
Wild We Can. Documentary clip about conservation work on Johora singaporensis (Singapore freshwater crab). Channel News Asia, 42:30–45:56.
Invented in Singapore: A Sustainable Future. Documentary clip about cyanboacteria studies. Channel News Asia, 04:37–08:02.