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Ms Saskia Noorduijn

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Saskia Noorduijn is currently a PhD student with the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training at the School of the Environment, Flinders University of South Australia. The project in which she is involved is also supported by the Goyder Institute for Water Research, focussing on the South East of South Australia. Saskia completed her BSc Hons in Geography and Geoscience from the University of Aberdeen in 2005. After working for a year in the petroleum industry, she moved to Western Australia to undertake a M Eng Sc At the School of Environmental Systems Engineering, The University of Western Australia. This project focussed on the ecohydrology of agroforestry in saline affected landscapes. This was completed in 2009, after which Saskia commenced work for the Natural Resources Branch of the Department of Environment and Conservation WA. Saskia commenced her Ph D in 2010.