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Tuesday, 29 November 2022 05:06 GMT

Paul McInerney


(MENAFN- The Conversation) Research scientist,

Dr. McInerney is an ecosystem ecologist with principal interests in the fields of ecohydrology (environmental flows), freshwater community ecology, biological invasions, and biological responses to climate change. Dr. McInerney's research focus areas include freshwater food webs, how energy flow in ecosystems may be influenced by biotic and abiotic disturbances or by anthropogenic interventions, and how invasive species modify structure and function within freshwater ecosystems.

Experience
  • 2019–present Adjunct associate, Charles Sturt University
  • 2019–present Research scientist, CSIRO
  • 2013–2019 Research fellow, La Trobe University
Education
  • 2017  La Trobe University, PhD
  • 2000  La Trobe University, B. Sc. (Hons)
  • 1999  Monash University, B. Sc.
Publications
  • 2019 Macroinvertebrate responses to conductivity in different bioregions of Victoria, Australia, Environmental toxicology and chemistry
  • 2019 Effects of fish kills on fish consumers and other water-dependent fauna: exploring the potential effect of mass mortality of carp in Australia, Marine and Freshwater Research
  • 2019 Release of critically endangered crocodiles: Development and application of a food web approach to determine suitability of release habitat, Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems
  • 2019 Dissolved organic matter and metabolic dynamics in dryland lowland rivers, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy
  • 2018 Long‐Term Monitoring of Macroinvertebrate Communities Over 2,300 km of the Murray River Reveals Ecological Signs of Salinity Mitigation Against a Backdrop of Climate Variability, Water Resources Research
  • 2018 More (or less?) bounce for the ounce: a comparison of environmental DNA and classical approaches for bioassessment, Marine and Freshwater Research
  • 2017 Flooding drives a macroinvertebrate biomass boom in ephemeral floodplain wetlands, Freshwater Science
  • 2017 Co-invasion hypothesis explains microbial community structure changes in upland streams affected by riparian invader, Freshwater Science
  • 2016 Implications of riparian willow invasion to instream community structure and function: a synthesis using causal criteria analysis, Biological Invasions
  • 2016 Invasive Salix fragilis: altered metabolic patterns in Australian streams, Hydrobiologia
  • 2016 Invasive willows drive instream community structure, Freshwater Biology

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