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Ms Deborah Furst


After completing a Bachelor of Science with majors in Marine Ecology and Botany in 2007 Deborah Furst went on to complete her honours in Freshwater Ecology in 2008. Her honours project focussed on standardising a method used for the extraction of zooplankton diapause eggs from sediment as well as the effects of varying environmental cues on the hatching rate and success of diapause eggs. Deborah is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Adelaide studying the zooplankton community structure, development and transport throughout the Chowilla Floodplain and the connecting area of the River Murray near Renmark in South Australia.

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