Katrin Lowe is a terrestrial wildlife ecologist with a passion for environmental conservation. She has developed an extensive and diverse skill set over the past 13 years, from many aspects of wildlife ecology and research. She has conducted field surveys on many fauna groups including amphibians, mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish and other aquatic fauna, both targeted threatened fauna surveys and general biodiversity surveys. Her ecological research and field work experience has taken her to many habitats throughout Australia and internationally. Working with many different research and survey teams, she has acquired a strong understanding of ecological systems and processes. Katrin has worked with a variety of stakeholders across government, industry, academia, and community groups.
She conducted a large-scale research project on coastal wallum frog species of eastern Australia for her PhD at Griffith University. This allowed her to develop project management skills, survey design and implementation, and to specialise in identification of acid frog species.