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Sanghyun Kim

sanghyun.kim@uqat.ca
I describe myself as a Korean nomad in search of interesting research and places to live. I chose to make a stop on my journey at the Forest Research Institute, UQAT following Sweden, Poland and Korea.

My PhD project is to evaluate silvicultural treatments on regeneration as part of sustainable forest management in Quebec. I aim to increase knowledge about the interaction between human interventions and their impacts on forests, as well as to determine indicators of biodiversity and resilience. These results would contribute to the boreal ecosystems in the face of climate change.

Traitements sylvicoles novateurs pour réussir l’aménagement durable de la forêt boréale : évaluation des impacts sur l’avenir de la régénération

My current research is to evaluate the impacts of silvicultural treatments on conifer regeneration and soil microbiome in black spruce forests. I aim to increase knowledge about the interaction between anthropogenic disturbance and forest ecosystem, as well as to determine indicators of biodiversity and resilience. These results would contribute to achieving sustainable management of boreal forests in the face of climate change.

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Sanghyun Kim, , , , , , Miguel Montoro Girona. Predicting Post-Fire Tree Mortality in a Temperate Pine Forest, Korea. 2021. Sustainability 13(2):569 DOI : 10.3390/su13020569 

Sanghyun Kim, E. Petter Axelsson, John K. Senior, Miguel Montoro Girona. Continuous-cover forestry maintains soil fungal communities in Norway spruce dominated boreal forests. 2021. For. Ecol. Manage. 480:118659 DOI : 10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118659  

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 Sanghyun Kim, Miguel Montoro Girona, Patricia Raymond, Annie DesRochers, Hubert Morin, Yves Bergeron. Effects of Partial Harvest and Stand Structure on Conifer Regeneration in Black Spruce Stands: The MISA Project.
15e colloque annuel du CEF, Université de Sherbrooke, Québec (2022-09-29)