Jemma Cripps 12th International Mammalogical Congress

Jemma Cripps

Jemma is a scientist with the Threatened Fauna Program at the Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research. She is currently working on a project implementing management actions for the recovery of Leadbeater’s Possum in the montane ash forests of the Victorian Central Highlands. Her early research focused on kangaroo ecology and management, including a PhD in disease ecology which she finished in 2014. She is interested in applied, collaborative research, including threatened species conservation, wildlife management and urban ecology.

Abstracts this author is presenting: