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Current projects

Informing conservation management of threatened Australian frog species using population and landscape genetics.

Biography

I am a PhD student interested in the conservation genetics of threatened Australian terrestrial frog species. Australia's native terrestrial frogs are facing an increasingly severe conservation crisis. Major threats such as habitat loss and fragmentation, climate change, and increasing urban development are creating imminent risks to species persistence. We need to understand species' responses to these threatening processes to develop conservation plans for these frog species. My research project will use population and landscape genetics to inform the conservation management of threatened Australian frog species. 

Education/Academic qualification

Zoology, Master of Biological Science, Conservation genetics and management planning for rainforest endemic Philoria frogs impacted by the 2019-20 Australian megafires, School of Biological Sciences

27 Jul 20206 Jul 2022

Award Date: 6 Jul 2022

Research expertise keywords

  • Conservation genetics
  • population genetics
  • frog conservation

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