In Australia there are two creoles in daily use, Kriol (
rop, also known as Roper River Creole etc) in the Northern Territory with about 30,000 speakers and Torres Strait Creole (
tcs, also known as Broken etc) in the Torres Strait Islands in far north Queensland with about 25,000 speakers.
Are there any kind of papers or research which investigate or compare the two languages?
Ideal would be something considering various aspects of language one by one (phonology, lexis, pronoun system, etc) and making direct comparisons or the approaches of the two languages such as "While
rop does ... ,
tcs does ...".