I am Anoj Subedi, from the country of the Himalayas. Forest, climate change, remote sensing, GIS, wildlife and biodiversity stand as the major field of my research interest, and I have been able to gather a few skills in these fields.
At the beginning of this winter, my graduate journey starts, and I am eagerly waiting to join the UQAT family. Within this course, as a master's project, I will be evaluating budworm and climate interaction on black spruce defoliation.
Understanding complex interactions in forest ecosystems: Impact of climate on the defoliation of black spruce by the spruce budworm
Anoj Subedi, Émilie Robert, Flavia Braghiroli, Miguel Montoro Girona. Can ammoniacal nitrogen from gold mining effluent be a promising alternative in the fertilization of natural forests?.
24e colloque de la Chaire AFD. Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Rouyn-Noranda, Québec. (2022-11-22)