Tine joins the Production R&D subprogram within the Macroalgal Biofuels and Bioproducts project. Her research focuses on the controlled production of reproduction at scale in order to provide a reliable source of seed. This will allow sustainable and tailored seeding techniques resulting in commercially viable macroalgal biomass production.


  • Reproduction of macroalgae
  • Settlement and early development of macroalgae
  • Macroalgal biomass, biofuels and bioproducts
  • 2012 to present - Research Fellow, James Cook University (Townsville, Australia)
  • 2009 to 2012 - PhD, James Cook University (Townsville, Australia)
  • 2008 - Diploma, University of Oldenburg (Germany)
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Department of Environment and Science - Accelerate Fellowships

Enhancing seaweed production to reduce waste and value-add for agriculture

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$180,000 over 3 years
Aquaculture is an important Queensland industry, but its expansion is curtailed by environmental issues. New aquacultural industries must ensure that there is no net-increase of nutrients in the water they discharge. However, the lack of economically viable technologies to capture nutrients highlights the considerable need to develop viable strategies to deliver 'zero net discharge' to enable the industry to grow to its full potential. This project will develop cost-effective waste water treatment from aquaculture and also add value to the industry through new product development.
Tine Carl in collaboration with Rocky de Nys, Nicholas Paul and Nicole Keating (College of Science & Engineering and MBD Energy)
Ulva sp. 3 (Ulvales); Bioremediation; Aquaculture; Water Quality; Great Barrier Reef

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