Ratboren Chan started his PhD within M-TROPICS on the effect of geomorphological features and land use change on stream flow and water quality in Lao PDR

Ratboren CHAN is a former student of the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (Engineer’s degree), and of the Kasetsart University in Thailand (Master of Engineering). He just started his PhD at GET (funded by Campus France-French Embassy in Cambodia and ITC), within the M-TROPICS critical zone observatory and the ANR DinBuam project, with the aim of characterizing the effect of geomorphological features and of land use change on stormflow geneses and stream water quality in headwater catchments of mountainous tropical environment. Welcome Boren!

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Inpeng Saveng presented her PhD work at IRD LMI Days 2024

On June 25 and 26, the IRD 2024 LMI Days were held in Marseille, focusing on South and Southeast Asia on the topic “Water as a common good: towards an integrated vision and sustainable solutions”. Inpeng Saveng (left in photo), PhD student at GET/UT3, presented her thesis work entitled “Headwater wetlands as a determinant of […]

IRD ECOBIO Department visited M-TROPICS study sites in Lao PDR

On November 22-23, Emma Rochelle-Newall and Jean-Christophe Avarre, head and deputy-head of the ECOBIO scientific department at IRD, respectively, along with Sabrina Locatelli, IRD Representative in Lao PDR, visited the various sampling and measuring sites of the M-TROPICS critical zone observatory, currently augmented by the different setups deployed by the ANR DinBuam research project. It […]

Inpeng Saveng started her PhD within M-TROPICS on the role of headwater wetlands in driving the transfer of fecal bacteria in tropical mountain streams in Laos

Inpeng SAVENG is a former student of the National University of Laos (Bachelor of Environmental Sciences), and of the Kyushu University in Japan (Master of Science). She just started her PhD at GET (funded by IRD-ARTS and Campus France-French Embassy in Lao PDR), within the M-TROPICS critical zone observatory and the ANR DinBuam project, with […]

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