Dr Enhua Lee

Conservation Assessment Officer
NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s Biodiversity and Conservation Division

Enhua is an ecologist based in Sydney. She is part of the Greater Sydney Ecosystems and Threatened Species team within the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s Biodiversity and Conservation Division. In her role as Conservation Assessment Officer, she oversees conservation projects under the NSW Government’s Saving our Species conservation program and provides advice on threatened species.

Prior to working at the department, Enhua worked as an ecological consultant. Her PhD research investigated the ecological impacts of sealed roads in arid ecosystems.

Publications
Saving threatened frogs with refuges from disease, fish predation and fragmentation
TSR Hub