Dr Paul Carnell

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Research Fellow

Faculty

Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env

Department

School of Life & Env. Sciences

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Publications

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2018

Variability and vulnerability of coastal 'blue carbon' stocks: a case study from Southeast Australia

C Ewers Lewis, P Carnell, J Sanderman, J Baldock, P Macreadie

(2018), Vol. 21, pp. 263-279, Ecosystems, New York, N.Y., C1

journal

A global map of mangrove forest soil carbon at 30 m spatial resolution

J Sanderman, T Hengl, G Fiske, K Solvik, M Adame, L Benson, J Bukoski, P Carnell, M Cifuentes-Jara, D Donato, C Duncan, E Eid, P zu Ermgassen, C Lewis, P Macreadie, L Glass, S Gress, S Jardine, T Jones, E Nsombo, M Rahman, C Sanders, M Spalding, E Landis

(2018), Vol. 13, Environmental research letters, Bristol, Eng., C1

journal

Carbon stocks, sequestration, and emissions of wetlands in south eastern Australia

Paul Carnell, Saras Windecker, Madeline Brenker, Jeff Baldock, Pere Masque, Kate Brunt, Peter Macreadie

(2018), Vol. 24, pp. 4173-4184, Global change biology, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal

Optimal soil carbon sampling designs to achieve cost-effectiveness: a case study in blue carbon ecosystems

Mary Young, Peter Macreadie, Clare Duncan, Paul Carnell, Emily Nicholson, Oscar Serrano, Carlos Duarte, Glenn Shiell, Jeff Baldock, Daniel Ierodiaconou

(2018), Vol. 14, Biology letters, London, Eng., C1

journal
2017

Carbon sequestration by Australian tidal marshes

P Macreadie, Q Ollivier, J Kelleway, O Serrano, P Carnell, C Ewers Lewis, T Atwood, J Sanderman, J Baldock, R Connolly, C Duarte, P Lavery, A Steven, C Lovelock

(2017), Vol. 7, pp. 1-10, Scientific reports, London, Eng., C1

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Global patterns in mangrove soil carbon stocks and losses

T Atwood, R Connolly, H Almahasheer, P Carnell, C Duarte, C Lewis, X Irigoien, J Kelleway, P Lavery, P Macreadie, O Serrano, C Sanders, I Santos, A Steven, C Lovelock

(2017), Vol. 7, pp. 523-528, Nature climate change, London, Eng., C1

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2016

The influence of herbivores on primary producers can vary spatially and interact with disturbance

Paul Carnell, Michael Keough

(2016), Vol. 125, pp. 1273-1283, Oikos, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal
2014

Spatially variable synergistic effects of disturbance and additional nutrients on kelp recruitment and recovery

P Carnell, M Keough

(2014), Vol. 175, pp. 409-416, Oecologia, Berlin, Germany, C1-1

journal

Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Public Sector Funding

Control charts for Victoria's Marine Protected Areas

Dr Paul Carnell

  • 2015: $2,280

Removal strategies of the introduced kelp Undaria pinnatifida and its interaction with the native algal canopy in Victoria's Marine Sanctuaries

A/Prof Daniel Ierodiaconou, Dr Paul Carnell, A/Prof Peter Macreadie

  • 2016: $3,000
  • 2015: $3,000

RPP 1415 P18- Conservation plans for marine protected areas

Dr Paul Carnell, A/Prof Peter Macreadie

  • 2015: $4,500

Wetland Monitoring Program Development

A/Prof Peter Macreadie, Dr Paul Carnell, Dr Jan Barton, A/Prof Rebecca Lester

  • 2016: $10,000
  • 2015: $70,000

Carbon sequestration and storage in freshwater Victorian wetlands

A/Prof Peter Macreadie, Dr Paul Carnell

  • 2016: $53,040
  • 2015: $60,000

A pilot monitoring program for Victoria's marine national parks and sanctuaries

A/Prof Daniel Ierodiaconou, Dr Paul Carnell, Mr Paul Tinkler

  • 2018: $123,007
  • 2017: $114,689

Evaluating the carbon sink-source capacity of inland wetlands within the Murray region

A/Prof Peter Macreadie, Dr Paul Carnell

  • 2017: $128,034

Restoring healthy ecosystems in subtidal reefs: an integrated approach

Dr Paul Carnell, A/Prof Peter Macreadie, Miss Beck Morris, Asst/Prof Steve Swearer

  • 2018: $12,272

Enhancing monitoring programs for Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park using remote observation, rock lobster pots and sonar technologies

A/Prof Daniel Ierodiaconou, Dr Paul Carnell, Mr Paul Tinkler, Mr Jordan Logan

  • 2018: $37,650
  • 2017: $69,338

Victorian Coastal Wetland Restoration

A/Prof Peter Macreadie, Dr Paul Carnell

  • 2018: $403,000

Industry and Other Funding

Sea urchin outbreak in Noorumunga Marine and Coastal Park: implications for seagrasses and their carbon-sink capacity

A/Prof Peter Macreadie, A/Prof Daniel Ierodiaconou, Dr Paul Carnell

  • 2017: $1,000
  • 2015: $9,000

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report