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Lisa Chandler is a PhD candidate within the College of Engineering, IT and Environment under supervision of Professor Jenny Davis and working with the Supervising Scientist Branch of the Department of the Agriculture, Water and Environment. Her research focuses assessing the response of groundwater invertebrate and microbial communities to mine-derived stressors in a seasonal sandy stream. She has sixteen years’ experience in aquatic ecology research and monitoring, specialising in freshwater invertebrates, in both government and private sectors. Lisa completed a Bachelor of Science at Flinders University in Adelaide majoring in marine biology, then completed her Honours year at the University of Western Australia.
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Saline mine-water alters the structure and function of prokaryote communities in shallow groundwater below a tropical streamChandler, L., Harford, A. J., Hose, G. C., Humphrey, C. L., Chariton, A., Greenfield, P. & Davis, J., Sep 2021, In: Environmental Pollution. 284, p. 1-11 11 p., 117318.
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