Dr Peter Macreadie

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer In Ecology

Faculty

Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env

Department

School of Life & Env. Sciences

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry), University of Melbourne, 2002
Bachelor of Science, University of Melbourne, 2004
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Melbourne, 2009

Biography

For the most up-to-date information: www.petermacreadie.com

Dr Peter Macreadie received his PhD in Marine Ecology (studying human impacts on seagrass ecosystems) from the University of Melbourne in 2010, submitting his thesis in <3 years from commencement (record timing for his Department). During 2010-13, Macreadie held a University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship, and in 2013 he commenced a 3-year Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) Fellowship. An assessor of this ARC DECRA said: “Macreadie is one of the most highly productive and talented early career marine ecologists in Australia”. Macreadie has published 47 peer-reviewed papers (lead/last author on 75%), with an average of 7 papers per annum over the past 5 years, mostly in ‘high quality’ journals (e.g. Nature Climate Change, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Global Change Biology, Ecology, Conservation Biology, Proceedings of the Royal Society-B). Over the past 2 years his research has received widespread media attention, including: ABC TV’s Catalyst, ABC TV’s 7:30, Triple J radio’s Hack program, ABC Radio National, BBC World Service, ABC Radio’s The World Today. His lab currently consists of 6 PhD students and 1 Postdoctoral Fellow. Macreadie serves on the Victorian Coastal Council Science Panel. Macreadie has received a total of $5.36M in funding over the life of his career. The quality and impact of his research has been recognised by numerous awards and fellowships, including, but not limited to: the 2014 Victoria Innovation Fellowship, 2014 Australian Museum Isobel Bennett Marine Biology Fellowship, 2013 NSW Tall Poppy Award, 2011 The Sydney Magazine’s top 100 most influential people in Sydney, 2011 Australian Museum Eureka People’s Choice Award Finalist, 2010 American Australian Association Dow Chemical Company Fellowship, and the 2010 Banksia Environmental Foundation Brian Robinson Fellowship.

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Career highlights

  • AMP Tomorrow Maker Fellow, 2015-16
  • Veski Victoria Fellowship, 2014–15
  • Isobel Bennett Marine Biology Fellowship, 2014
  • NSW Tall Poppy Award, Australian Institute of Policy and Science, 2013
  • ARC DECRA Fellowship 2013–16 (DE130101084)
  • the(Sydney)magazine’s top 100 most influential people in Sydney, The Sydney Morning Herald, 2011
  • Early Career Research Excellence Award, UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Awards, 2011
  • Australian Museum Eureka People’s Choice Finalist, 2011
  • American Australian Association Benefit Dinner, Melbourne, 2011
  • American Australian Association Dow Chemical Company Fellowship, 2010
  • Winner of best oral presentation, World Seagrass Conference, 2010
  • Banksia Environmental Awards Brian Robinson Fellowship, 2010
  • UTS Chancellor's Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, 2010–13
  • Ron Kenny Premier Conference Award, Australian Marine Sciences Association Conference, 2008
  • CSIRO Publishing Marine & Freshwater Research Editor’s Choice Award, Australian Marine Sciences Association, 2008
  • Gilbert P Whitley Memorial Student Award (Senior), Australian Marine Sciences Association, 2008
  • Society for Conservation Biology Award, Ecological Society of Australia, Australia, 2008
  • Fisheries Research and Development Corporation prize, Australian Marine Sciences Association, 2007
  • Department of Primary Industries Nancy Millis Research Award, 2006–09
  • CSIRO Wealth from Oceans Postgraduate Scholarship, 2006-09
  • Australian Postgraduate Award, 2006–09
  • Dean Award for Science, University of Melbourne, 2004

Knowledge areas

I have very broad interests (see my publication list), but my current research focuses mainly on:
(1) Managing coastal (seagrass, saltmarsh, and mangrove) and wetland ecosystems for maximising carbon sequestration gains and minimising losses.
(2) Assessing the ecological impacts of artificial reefs (particularly oil structures) on marine ecosystem function

Awards

NSW Tall Poppy Award (2013)

ARC DECRA Fellowship (2013)

the(Sydney)magazine's top 100 most influential people (2011)

UTS Early Career Research Excellence Award (2011)

Australian Museum Eureka People's Choice Finalist (2011)

American Australian Association Dow Chemical Company Fellowship (2010)

Banksia Environmental Foundation Brian Robinson Fellowship (2011)

Eureka People's Choice Award Finalist (2010)

UTS Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellowship (2010-12).

Publications

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2017

Converting beach-cast seagrass wrack into biochar: a climate-friendly solution to a coastal problem

P Macreadie, S Trevathan-Tackett, J Baldock, J Kelleway

(2017), Vol. 574, pp. 90-94, Science of the total environment, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Effects of nutrient load on microbial activities within a seagrass-dominated ecosystem: implications of changes in seagrass blue carbon

S Liu, Z Jiang, Y Wu, J Zhang, I Arbi, F Ye, X Huang, P Macreadie

(2017), Vol. 117, pp. 214-221, Marine pollution bulletin, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

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

journal

Is demineralization with dilute hydrofluoric acid a viable method for isolating mineral stabilized soil organic matter?

J Sanderman, M Farrell, P Macreadie, M Hayes, J McGowan, J Baldock

(2017), Vol. 304, pp. 1-8, Geoderma, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Can we manage coastal ecosystems to sequester more blue carbon?

P Macreadie, D Nielsen, J Kelleway, T Atwood, J Seymour, K Petrou, R Connolly, A Thomson, S Trevathan-Tackett, P Ralph

(2017), Vol. 15, pp. 206-213, Frontiers in ecology and the environment, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal

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

(2017), pp. 1-17, Ecosystems, New York, N.Y., C1

journal

Sediment microbes mediate the impact of nutrient loading on blue carbon sequestration by mixed seagrass meadows

S Liu, Z Jiang, J Zhang, Y Wu, X Huang, P Macreadie

(2017), Vol. 599-600, pp. 1479-1484, Science of the total environment, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Assessing the risk of carbon dioxide emissions from blue carbon ecosystems

C Lovelock, T Atwood, J Baldock, C Duarte, S Hickey, P Lavery, P Masque, P Macreadie, A Ricart, O Serrano, A Steven

(2017), Vol. 15, pp. 1-9, Frontiers in ecology and the environment, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal

Sediment sampling in estuaries: site selection and sampling techniques

C Skilbeck, S Trevathan-Tackett, P Apichanangkool, P Macreadie

(2017), Vol. 20, pp. 89-120, Applications of paleoenvironmental techniques in estuarine studies, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1

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Sediment anoxia limits microbial-driven seagrass carbon remineralization under warming conditions

S Trevathan-Tackett, J Seymour, D Nielsen, P Macreadie, T Jeffries, J Sanderman, J Baldock, J Howes, A Steven, P Ralph

(2017), Vol. 93, pp. 1-15, FEMS microbiology ecology, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal

A global assessment of the chemical recalcitrance of seagrass tissues: Implications for long-term carbon sequestration

S Trevathan-Tackett, P Macreadie, J Sanderman, J Baldock, J Howes, P Ralph

(2017), Vol. 8, pp. 1-18, Frontiers in plant science, Lausanne, Switzerland, C1

journal

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

journal
2016

Seventy years of continuous encroachment substantially increases 'blue carbon' capacity as mangroves replace intertidal salt marshes

J Kelleway, N Saintilan, P Macreadie, C Skilbeck, A Zawadzki, P Ralph

(2016), Vol. 22, pp. 1097-1109, Global change biology, London, Eng., C1

journal

Recovery pathways from small-scale disturbance in a temperate Australian seagrass

T Smith, P York, P Macreadie, M Keough, D Jeff Ross, C Sherman

(2016), Vol. 542, pp. 97-108, Marine ecology progress series, Amelinghausen, Germany, C1

journal

Sedimentary factors are key predictors of carbon storage in SE Australian saltmarshes

J Kelleway, N Saintilan, P Macreadie, P Ralph

(2016), Vol. 19, pp. 865-880, Ecosystems, New York, N.Y., C1

journal

Fine-scale patterns of genetic variation in a widespread clonal seagrass species

C Sherman, P York, T Smith, P Macreadie

(2016), Vol. 163, pp. 1-11, Marine biology, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal

Can mud (silt and clay) concentration be used to predict soil organic carbon content within seagrass ecosystems?

O Serrano, P Lavery, C Duarte, G Kendrick, A Calafat, P York, A Steven, P Macreadie

(2016), Vol. 13, pp. 4915-4926, Biogeosciences, Göttingen, Germany, C1

journal

Spatial variation in reproductive effort of a southern Australian seagrass

T Smith, P York, P Macreadie, M Keough, D Ross, C Sherman

(2016), Vol. 120, pp. 214-224, Marine environmental research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Molecular physiology reveals ammonium uptake and related gene expression in the seagrass Zostera muelleri

M Pernice, S Sinutok, G Sablok, A Commault, M Schliep, P Macreadie, M Rasheed, P Ralph

(2016), Vol. 122, pp. 126-134, Marine environmental research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal
2015

Seagrass viviparous propagules as a potential long-distance dispersal mechanism

A Thomson, P York, T Smith, C Sherman, D Booth, M Keough, D Ross, P Macreadie

(2015), Vol. 38, pp. 927-940, Estuaries and coasts, New York, N.Y., C1

journal

Holocene record of Tuggerah Lake estuary development on the Australian east coast: Sedimentary responses to sea-level fluctuations and climate variability

P Macreadie, T Rolph, C Schröder-Adams, R Boyd, C Skilbeck

(2015), Vol. 5, pp. 57-73, GeoResJ, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Using otolith microchemistry and shape to assess the habitat value of oil structures for reef fish

A Fowler, P Macreadie, D Bishop, D Booth

(2015), Vol. 106, pp. 103-113, Marine environmental research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Incorporating carbon footprints into seafood sustainability certification and eco-labels

E Madin, P Macreadie

(2015), Vol. 57, pp. 178-181, Marine policy, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Renewables-to-reefs: participatory multicriteria decision analysis is required to optimize wind farm decommissioning

A Fowler, P Macreadie, D Booth

(2015), Vol. 98, pp. 368-371, Marine pollution bulletin, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Can macroalgae contribute to blue carbon? An Australian perspective

R Hill, A Bellgrove, P Macreadie, K Petrou, J Beardall, A Steven, P Ralph

(2015), Vol. 60, pp. 1689-1706, Limnology and oceanography, London, Eng., C1

journal

Predators help protect carbon stocks in blue carbon ecosystems

T Atwood, R Connolly, E Ritchie, C Lovelock, M Heithaus, G Hays, J Fourqurean, P Macreadie

(2015), Vol. 5, pp. 1038-1045, Nature climate change, London, Eng., C1

journal

Losses and recovery of organic carbon from a seagrass ecosystem following disturbance

P Macreadie, S Trevathan-Tackett, C Skilbeck, J Sanderman, N Curlevski, G Jacobsen, J Seymour

(2015), Vol. 282, pp. 1-6, Proceedings of the Royal Society B : biological sciences, London, Eng., C1

journal

Variability of sedimentary organic carbon in patchy seagrass landscapes

A Ricart, P York, M Rasheed, M Pérez, J Romero, C Bryant, P Macreadie

(2015), Vol. 100, pp. 476-482, Marine pollution bulletin, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Comparison of marine macrophytes for their contributions to blue carbon sequestration

S Trevathan-Tackett, J Kelleway, P Macreadie, J Beardall, P Ralph, A Bellgrove

(2015), Vol. 96, pp. 3043-3057, Ecology, London, Eng., C1

journal

Do ENSO and coastal development enhance coastal burial of terrestrial carbon?

P Macreadie, T Rolph, R Boyd, C Schröder-Adams, C Skilbeck

(2015), Vol. 10, pp. 1-11, PLoS one, San Francisco, Calif., C1

journal
2014

Resilience of Zostera muelleri seagrass to small-scale disturbances : the relative importance of asexual versus sexual recovery

P Macreadie, P York, C Sherman

(2014), Vol. 4, pp. 450-461, Ecology and evolution, London, Eng., C1

journal

No detectable impact of small-scale disturbances on 'blue carbon' within seagrass beds

P Macreadie, P York, C Sherman, M Keough, D Ross, A Ricart, T Smith

(2014), Vol. 161, pp. 2939-2944, Marine biology, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal

Detachment and flow cytometric quantification of seagrass-associated bacteria

S Trevathan-Tackett, P Macreadie, P Ralph, J Seymour

(2014), Vol. 102, pp. 23-25, Journal of Microbiological Methods, Amsterdam , Netherlands, C1-1

journal

Quantifying and modelling the carbon sequestration capacity of seagrass meadows-a critical assessment

P Macreadie, M Baird, S Trevathan-Tackett, A Larkum, P Ralph

(2014), Vol. 83, pp. 430-439, Marine pollution bulletin, London, England, C1

journal

Effects of Pinna clams on benthic macrofauna and the possible implications of their removal from seagrass ecosystems

P Macreadie, D Kimbro, V Fourgerit, J Leto, A Hughes

(2014), Vol. 80, pp. 102-106, Journal of Molluscan Studies, Oxford United Kingdom, C1-1

journal

Fish assemblages associated with oil industry structures on the continental shelf of north-western Australia

N Pradella, A Fowler, D Booth, P Macreadie

(2014), Vol. 84, pp. 247-255, Journal of fish biology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

A multi-criteria decision approach to decommissioning of offshore oil and gas infrastructure

A Fowler, P Macreadie, D Jones, D Booth

(2014), Vol. 87, pp. 20-29, Ocean and coastal management, London, Eng., C1-1

journal
2013

Microsatellite primer development for the seagrass Zostera nigricaulis (Zosteraceae)

T Smith, P York, A Stanley, P Macreadie, M Keough, D Ross, C Sherman

(2013), Vol. 5, pp. 607-610, Conservation genetics resources, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal

Physiological and morphological responses of the temperate seagrass Zostera muelleri to multiple stressors: investigating the interactive effects of light and temperature

P York, R Gruber, R Hill, P Ralph, D Booth, P Macreadie

(2013), Vol. 8, pp. 1-12, PLoS one, San Francisco, Calif., C1-1

journal

Loss of 'blue carbon' from coastal salt marshes following habitat disturbance

P Macreadie, A Hughes, D Kimbro

(2013), Vol. 8, pp. 1-8, PLoS one, San Francisco, Calif., C1-1

journal

Restricting prey dispersal can overestimate the importance of predation in trophic cascades

N Geraldi, P Macreadie

(2013), Vol. 8, pp. 1-9, PLoS one, San Franciso, Calif., C1-1

journal
2012

Development of twenty-three novel microsatellite markers for the seagrass, Zostera muelleri from Australia

C Sherman, A Stanley, M Keough, M Gardner, P Macreadie

(2012), Vol. 4, pp. 689-693, Conservation genetics resources, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Preference for feeding at habitat edges declines among juvenile blue crabs as oyster reef patchiness increases and predation risk grows

P Macreadie, N Geraldi, C Peterson

(2012), Vol. 466, pp. 145-153, Marine ecology progress series, Amelinghausen, Germany, C1-1

journal

Paleoreconstruction of estuarine sediments reveal human-induced weakening of coastal carbon sinks

P Macreadie, K Allen, B Kelaher, P Ralph, C Skilbeck

(2012), Vol. 18, pp. 891-901, Global change biology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal
2011

Implications of climate change for macrophytic rafts and their hitchhikers

P MacReadie, M Bishop, D Booth

(2011), Vol. 443, pp. 285-292, Marine ecology progress series, Oldendorf, Germany, C1-1

journal

Feeding ecology of King George whiting Sillaginodes punctatus (Perciformes) recruits in seagrass and unvegetated habitats. Does diet reflect habitat utilization?

G Jenkins, A Syme, P Macreadie

(2011), Vol. 78, pp. 1561-1573, Journal of fish biology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

Detecting range shifts among Australian fishes in response to climate change

D Booth, N Bond, P MacReadie

(2011), Vol. 62, pp. 1027-1042, Marine and freshwater research, Melbourne, Vic., C1-1

journal

How small-scale variation in oyster reef patchiness influences predation on bivalves

P MacReadie, N Geraldi, C Peterson

(2011), Vol. 429, pp. 87-91, Marine ecology progress series, Amelinghausen, Germany, C1-1

journal

Rigs-to-reefs: Will the deep sea benefit from artificial habitat?

P Macreadie, A Fowler, D Booth

(2011), Vol. 9, pp. 455-461, Frontiers in ecology and the environment, Washington, D.C., C1-1

journal
2010

Resource distribution influences positive edge effects in a seagrass fish

P Macreadie, J Hindell, M Keough, G Jenkins, R Connolly

(2010), Vol. 91, pp. 2013-2021, Ecology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

Edge patterns in aquatic invertebrates explained by predictive models

P MacReadie, R Connolly, G Jenkins, J Hindell, M Keough

(2010), Vol. 61, pp. 214-218, Marine and freshwater research, Melbourne, Vic., C1-1

journal

Short-term differences in animal assemblages in patches formed by loss and growth of habitat

P Macreadie, R Connolly, M Keough, G Jenkins, J Hindell

(2010), Vol. 35, pp. 515-521, Austral ecology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

An osmotic induction method for externally marking saltwater fishes, Stigmatopora argus and Stigmatopora nigra, with calcein

J Smith, P Macreadie, S Swearer

(2010), Vol. 76, pp. 1055-1060, Journal of fish biology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal
2009

Integrating edge effects into studies of habitat fragmentation: a test using meiofauna in seagrass

F Warry, J Hindell, P Macreadie, G Jenkins, R Connolly

(2009), Vol. 159, pp. 883-892, Oecologia, Berlin, Germany, C1-1

journal

Fish responses to experimental fragmentation of seagrass habitat

P Macreadie, J Hindell, G Jenkins, R Connolly, M Keough

(2009), Vol. 23, pp. 644-652, Conservation biology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal
2008

Design of 1,2-dioxines with anti-Candida activity: aromatic substituted 1,2-dioxines

I Macreadie, T Avery, T Robinson, P Macreadie, M Barraclough, D Taylor, E Tiekink

(2008), Vol. 64, pp. 1225-1232, Tetrahedron, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal
2007

Alzheimer's Abeta fused to green fluorescent protein induces growth stress and a heat shock response

J Caine, S Sankovich, H Antony, L Waddington, P Macreadie, J Varghese, I Macreadie

(2007), Vol. 7, pp. 1230-1236, FEMS yeast research, Oxford, Eng., C1-1

journal

Design of endoperoxides with anti-Candida activity

T Avery, P Macreadie, B Greatrex, T Robinson, D Taylor, I Macreadie

(2007), Vol. 15, pp. 36-42, Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal
2006

Novel endoperoxides: synthesis and activity against Candida species

P Macreadie, T Avery, B Greatrex, D Taylor, I Macreadie

(2006), Vol. 16, pp. 920-922, Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal

Growth inhibition of Candida species and Aspergillus fumigatus by statins

I Macreadie, G Johnson, T Schlosser, P Macreadie

(2006), Vol. 262, pp. 9-13, FEMS microbiology letters, Oxford, Eng., C1-1

journal

Denitrification measurements of sediments using cores and chambers

P Macreadie, D Ross, A Longmore, M Keough

(2006), Vol. 326, pp. 49-59, Marine ecology progress series, Amelinghausen, Germany, C1-1

journal
2004

Novel endoperoxide antimalarials: synthesis, heme binding, and antimalarial activity

D Taylor, T Avery, B Greatrex, E Tiekink, I Macreadie, P Macreadie, A Humphries, M Kalkanidis, E Fox, N Klonis, L Tilley

(2004), Vol. 47, pp. 1833-1839, Journal of medicinal chemistry, Washington, D.C., C1-1

journal

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Optimal management of coastal ecosystems for blue carbon sequestration

Dr Peter Macreadie, Dr Emily Nicholson, A/Prof Daniel Ierodiaconou, Prof Catherine Lovelock

ARC Linkage - Projects

  • 2017: $97,548
  • 2016: $53,392

Maximising carbon sequestration in freshwater wetlands

Prof Scott Johnston, Prof Isaac Santos, Dr Peter Macreadie, Dr Damien Maher, A/Prof Edward Burton, Mr Gerard Tuckerman, Dr Patricia Bowen

ARC Linkage - Projects

  • 2017: $39,600

Ecological valuation tools to protect seagrass during coastal development

Dr Michael Rasheed, Prof Rod Connolly, A/Prof Mark Hamann, Dr Peter Macreadie, Prof Helene Marsh, Prof Marcus Sheaves, Dr Megan Ellis

ARC Linkage - Projects

  • 2017: $7,000

Other Public Sector Funding

Seagrass resilience in Port Phillip Bay: Developing better predictions of seagrass responses to environmental change

Dr Craig Sherman, Dr Jeff Ross, Prof Mick Keough, Asst/Prof Steve Swearer, Dr Peter Macreadie, Dr Peter Scanes, Dr Christine Coughanowr

  • 2015: $52,010
  • 2014: $51,880
  • 2013: $49,010
  • 2012: $152,643

Is blue carbon as significant in coastal and estuarine environments in Victoria as it is elsewhere?

Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2015: $15,000
  • 2014: $176,727

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, Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2016: $3,000
  • 2015: $3,000

Opportunities for blue carbon offsetting within Corangamite CMA

Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2015: $45,000

RPP 1415 P18- Conservation plans for marine protected areas

Dr Paul Carnell, Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2015: $4,500

Wetland Monitoring Program Development

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

  • 2016: $10,000
  • 2015: $70,000

Defending coasts against sea level rise using green infrastructure

Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2017: $15,000
  • 2016: $30,000

Carbon sequestration and storage in freshwater Victorian wetlands

Dr Peter Macreadie, Dr Paul Carnell

  • 2016: $53,040
  • 2015: $60,000

Optimal management of coastal ecosystems for blue carbon sequestration

Dr Peter Macreadie, Dr Emily Nicholson, A/Prof Daniel Ierodiaconou, Prof Catherine Lovelock

  • 2017: $20,000

Maximising carbon sequestration in freshwater wetlands

Prof Scott Johnston, Prof Isaac Santos, Dr Peter Macreadie, Dr Damien Maher, A/Prof Edward Burton, Mr Gerard Tuckerman, Dr Patricia Bowen

  • 2017: $33,000

Inland wetlands: carbon sinks or carbon sources?

Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2017: $15,000
  • 2016: $60,000

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

Dr Peter Macreadie, Dr Paul Carnell

  • 2017: $118,034

Industry and Other Funding

Carbon sequestration by wetlands: A fresh(water) approach to tackling climate change

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

  • 2016: $1,000
  • 2014: $8,942

Blue Carbon Scoping Study

Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2015: $43,832

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

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

  • 2015: $9,000

Defending coasts against sea level rise using green infrastructure

Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2016: $10,000
  • 2015: $10,000

Optimal management of coastal ecosystems for blue carbon sequestration

Dr Peter Macreadie, Dr Emily Nicholson, A/Prof Daniel Ierodiaconou, Prof Catherine Lovelock

  • 2017: $66,000

Blue Carbon

Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2017: $20,000
  • 2016: $40,228

Mapping on Ocean Wealth: Developing an economic framework for valuing Australia's Great Southern Seascapes

A/Prof Daniel Ierodiaconou, Dr Peter Macreadie, Dr Emily Nicholson

  • 2017: $147,048
  • 2016: $142,789

APPEA Decommissioning Literature Review

Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2016: $16,000

Inland wetlands: carbon sinks or carbon sources?

Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2017: $4,000
  • 2016: $4,000

Mitigating climate change through the use of vegetated coastal ecosystems

Dr Peter Macreadie, Mr Quinn Ollivier

  • 2016: $7,500

Australian Marine Pathogen Database - Blue Carbon

Dr Peter Macreadie

  • 2017: $65,000

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report