Dr Chloe Sato

BSc(Media & Communications)(Hons); MTeach; PhD (Conservation & Landscape Ecology)
Honorary Lecturer
College of Science
T: 0413 255 161

Areas of expertise

  • Landscape Ecology 050104
  • Conservation And Biodiversity 050202
  • Wildlife And Habitat Management 050211
  • Terrestrial Ecology 060208
  • Environmental Monitoring 050206
  • Community Ecology (Excl. Invasive Species Ecology) 060202

Research interests

Surrogate Ecology - how can we improve the use and utility of surrogates for land managers?

Ecosystem Collapse - is ecosystem collapse predictable? Can collapse be avoided?

Applied Ecology - how can we manage ecosystems to balance human use with biodiversity conservation?

Recreation and Alpine Ecology - what impacts do ski resorts have on wildlife? how can current ski resort management practices be modified to improve threatened species conservation?


Researcher's projects

1. Improving the use and utility of biodiversity surrogates

2. How predictable is ecosystem collapse?

3. Effectiveness of agri-environment schemes in improving temperate woodland quality

4. Broad, landscape-scale investigation of factors influencing Eucalypt regeneration across NSW

5. Investigating the effects of ski resort development on alpine-subalpine reptiles


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