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|Working group member=Terrestrial Working Group
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|Description of your CSDMS-related interests member=My works examines the role of climatic and tectonic controls on erosion rates and associated sediment fluxes. During my phD works I have focused my studies on the eastern edge of the Ganga basin and Himalayan mountains. The study focuses in particular on the Tista River, from its mountainous catchment (in Sikkim) to the alluvial accumulations deposited at the mountain front, the Tista megafan.
|Description of your CSDMS-related interests member=My works examines the role of climatic and tectonic controls on erosion rates and associated sediment fluxes. During my phD works I have focused my studies on the eastern edge of the Ganga basin and Himalayan mountains. The study focuses in particular on the Tista River, from its mountainous catchment (in Sikkim) to the alluvial accumulations deposited at the mountain front, the Tista megafan.
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Rachel Abrahami, website username login: Rachel Abrahami

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Université de Grenoble
Grenoble
France
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abrahami.rachel@gmail.com

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Member of the following CSDMS groups

  • Terrestrial Working Group

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CSDMS-related interest

My works examines the role of climatic and tectonic controls on erosion rates and associated sediment fluxes. During my phD works I have focused my studies on the eastern edge of the Ganga basin and Himalayan mountains. The study focuses in particular on the Tista River, from its mountainous catchment (in Sikkim) to the alluvial accumulations deposited at the mountain front, the Tista megafan.