Anik Juli Dwi Astuti

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PhD Student
Research unit
Physical Geography


Anik joined the Physical Geography unit at the Department of Geography in October 2019 as LPDP Indonesia Funded PhD Student. Her research focuses on modeling interactions between runoff and sediment yield based on hydrological connectivity in the Lake Tana Basin Ethiopia. The goal of her research is to understand the impacts of soil and water conservation on the hydrological connectivity within catchments and interrelate catchment connectivity to sediment yield. To do this, she is using integration of model analyses and spatial analyses.