Kade Nukha Skelton

Kade Nukha Skelton

, PhD Candidate

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Kade Skelton is a PhD candidate focusing on reptile ecophysiology under the supervision of Prof. Keith Christian (CDU), with the support of associate supervisors Prof. Craig Moritz (ANU) and Dr. Christine Schlesinger (CDU). Their current research aims to understand how dtellas may specialise physiologically in relation to their distribution and habitat types. Prior to their PhD research, Kade has studied estuarine crocodiles from a predator ecology perspective. They have also worked with reptiles (with a specific focus on estuarine crocodiles) in educational and commercial settings and continues to do so alongside their PhD research. Kade holds an Honours in Environmental Biology from Charles Darwin University, and a BSc in Zoology/Conservation Biology from the University of Western Australia.

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