Centre for Integrative Ecology
Deakin University, Burwood campus
221 Burwood Hwy, VIC 3125
Pawel’s research centres around the environmental and data science with a particular focus on plants. He is passionate about discovering plant communities in their undisturbed beauty. He seeks to understand how plant species assemble and function in space and time and if or how these natural vegetation assembly processes can be restored.
Prior to joining the Blue Carbon Lab, Pawel worked as a faculty adjunct working in the wetland communities of the Gulf Coast (Louisiana, USA), where he gained valuable experience conducting fieldwork in subtropical wetlands and analysing large long-term coastal restoration data. Pawel received PhD from Murdoch University (Western Australia) in 2017 after working on a project that aimed to provide solutions to optimize restoration success of the threatened ecological community of Banksia woodland.
Wetland, restoration, woodland
Faculty Adjunct- Tulane University USA (2018)
PhD- Murdoch University, AUS (2017)
Research Assistant- Macquarie University, AUS (2009-2012)
MSc- University of Life Sciences in Lublin, POL (2007)
Pawel Waryszak (2017) Evaluating emergence, survival, and assembly of Banksia woodland communities to achieve restoration objectives following topsoil transfer, PhD Thesis, Murdoch University (click here).
Sean M. Gleason, Don W. Butler and Pawel Waryszak (2013) Shifts in plant hydraulic traits across aridity gradients in eastern Australia, International Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol. 174:1292-1301 (click here).
Sean M. Gleason, Don W. Butler, Kasia Zieminska, Pawel Waryszak and Mark Westoby (2012) Stem xylem conductivity is key to plant water balance across Australian angiosperm species, Functional Ecology, Vol. 26: 343-352 (click here).