Kiarrah is an ecologist dedicated to the conservation and sustainable management of Australia's unique native wildlife and ecosystems. Before embarking on her PhD at the Fenner School of Environment & Society, Kiarrah volunteered on wildlife projects throughout Australia and worked as a fauna ecologist for an ecological consultancy. Her Honours project investigated the ecology of the ash-grey mouse (Pseudomys albocinereus); an endearing species endemic to south-west Western Australia.
Smith, K. J., Fleming, P. A., Kreplins, T. L. and Wilson, B. A., 2018. Population monitoring and habitat utilisation of the ash-grey mouse (Pseudomys albocinereus) in Western Australia, Australian Mammalogy: Available at: https://doi.org/10.1071/AM17061
Schmidt-Lebuhn, A. N. and Smith, K. J., 2016. From the desert it came: evolution of the Australian paper daisy genus Leucochrysum (Asteraceae, Gnaphalieae), Australian Systematic Botany, 29(3): 176-184. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1071/SB16012