Paul McInerney - Early Career Researcher
Paul McInerney is an early career researcher based at The Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre in Wodonga, Victoria, Australia.
His main areas of interest include the influence of riparian plants to stream ecology, invasive species and aquatic macroinvertebrate ecology.
Paul’s research/technical topics of special interest include:
Prior to commencing at MDFRC Paul has held positions at:
Paul has been based at The Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre since 2007 where he has worked as a senior technician and technical supervisor before becoming a researcher. Paul is the project manager of the River Murray Biological Monitoring Program and is currently working on the macroinvertebrate component of the MDFRC-MDBA collaboration project.