I am Sudha Ghimire from Nepal. I completed my undergraduate study back in 2019 and rightly after that, I started working as a forest officer in Nepalese Ministry. During my working tenure, I got an opportunity to accelerate my knowledge and experiences about the plant communities of the high Himalayas, including general disturbances witnessed in high-altitude vegetation belts. Such involvement led me to develop a strong desire to continue working in a similar field. Accordingly, I am here to start my ecological master’s degree at IRF-UQAT. For the next two years, I will be working on a research project that will explore the cumulative effects of interacting multiple disturbances on bryophyte communities in the boreal forest of Quebec. I am grateful to be a part of UQAT and look forward to extending my academic and research career.
2015-2019: Bachelor’s in forestry, Institute of Forestry, Tribhuvan University (Nepal)
Projet de recherche :
Comment la communauté végétale réagit-elle aux perturbations multiples et à leur interaction ?
Sudha Ghimire, Nicole J. Fenton, Osvaldo Valeria. Understanding the cumulative effect of multiple disturbances and their interaction on understorey plant communities in the boreal forest 25e colloque de la Chaire AFD. Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Rouyn-Noranda, Québec. (2023-11-28)