Anja Skroblin|University of Melbourne

Dr Anja Skroblin is a post-doctoral fellow in the Quantitative and Applied Ecology Group at the University of Melbourne. She is fascinated by the way life-history adaptations influence the distributions, population dynamics and persistence of species in the face of disturbance and threatening processes.

Her research has spanned conservation biology, monitoring, fire ecology, rangelands management, spatial ecology, molecular genetics and evolution. Much of her research bridges the interface between science and on-ground management, and in particular has indicated the management needed to protect the Purple-crowned Fairy-wren, an Endangered endemic of Australia’s northern rivers.