Dr Karen Marsh is a Research Fellow at the ANU Research School of Biology.

Dr Marsh has a background in studying plant-animal interactions. She investigates how the physiology of herbivores and the chemistry of plants affect feeding behaviour, habitat quality, landscape use and responses to climate change.

She has a particular interest in leaf-eating marsupials, including koalas, greater gliders and possums.

Fields of expertise



Going on a bear hunt: the search for koalas in Kosciuszko

Kosciuszko National Park is home to mainland Australia’s highest peak, ski fields and snow gums. ANU researchers have…

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