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Garima Lakhanpal University of Melbourne, Australia


Garima is a Research Assistant at the Sexton Water Hydrology Lab, Department of Infrastructure Engineering at the University of Melbourne. She is currently working on the bioturbation project, investigating the effect on hyporheic exchange processes. Her current areas of interest include: ecohydraulics, hyporheic zones and processes, environmental impacts in river hydraulics, ecological impacts and processes. Garima is aiming to start her M.Phil in Environmental Engineering as soon as possible.


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