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Ms Chaturangi Wickramaratne
After completing her BSc (Hons) in Resource and Environmental Management at the Australian National University in 2010, Chaturangi Wickramaratne went back home to Sri Lanka to undertake an internship at the International Water Management Institute, followed by work in the field of aquatic resource management in the government sector. In 2008, she was a recipient of the ANU-UniSA summer research scholarship which gave her an opportunity to explore the South Australian environment and inspired her to conduct a postgraduate research project based in SA. Chaturangi’s PhD project is an attempt to determine the combined impacts of high temperatures and nutrients on harmful blue-green algal blooms at a global scale and to assess whether nutrient reductions can modulate the predicted increase in blooms due to climate change.