New Topic Editor: kaya Klop-Toker


Submitted by editor on 18 April 2023.

My title is Kaya Klop-Toker, I’m a conservation biologist specializing in inhabitants ecology and adaptive administration of threatened amphibians. I’m significantly fascinated about understanding the usually multi-faceted mechanisms behind amphibian decline, and the way we will use this info to develop profitable conservation outcomes. In 2017, I accomplished my PhD on the College of Newcastle, Australia, on a mission investigating the affect of illness and invasive fish on a wild and captive-bred-and-released inhabitants of inexperienced and golden bell frogs (Litoria aurea). I then started a post-doc researching the affect of underground coal mining on the Endangered Littlejohn’s tree frog (Litoria littlejohni), adopted by one other mission establishing a captive breeding and habitat creation mission for this threatened species. I’ve lately returned to working with Littlejohn’s tree frogs after taking a while for maternity depart, and am now taking a look at implementing conservations actions throughout the coal mining space. I’m wanting ahead to contributing as a topic editor for Wildlife Biology and supporting the publication of herpetological analysis.   

Key phrases on my analysis:

  • Amphibians
  • Chytridiomycosis
  • Conservation
  • Inhabitants modeling
  • Reintroductions
  • Menace mitigation
  • Wildlife illness





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