Emily Hoffmann

Project Team Member
The University of Western Australia

Emily Hoffmann is a commencing PhD student at the University of Western Australia. She is particularly interested in amphibian conservation and will be conducting research on the critically endangered, white-bellied frog (Geocrinia alba), which is currently restricted to a small area of remaining habitat in the Margaret River region.

Emily hopes to investigate the species' hydrological and ecological requirements with the aim to improve species management including optimising translocations and better understanding the potential impacts of a drying climate.

Publications
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 11 Autumn 2019
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Why do tiny frogs persist or perish on a tiny scale?
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Improving conservation outcomes for critically endangered white-bellied frogs Project Summary
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