PhD defence of Le Thi Huong : Impacts of landuse change on stream microbial communities in tropical catchments

Today October 17, 2018, Huong Thi LE successfully defended her thesis on the impacts of landuse change on stream microbial communities in rural, tropical catchments. Huong’s field work was performed within two M-TROPICS catchments: Houay Pano in Laos and Dong Cao in Vietnam. Her research was supervised by Thomas POMMIER (Ecologie Microbienne Lyon) and Emma Rochelle-Newall (iEES Paris). Congratulations Dr Huong !

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