Forest Ecosystems & Society
342 Richardson Hall
Ph.D., Ecology, University of California, Davis, August 2005. Dissertation: Temporal and spatial analysis of the patterns and controls on carbon dioxide, water vapor, and energy fluxes in the Alaskan Arctic Tundra
M.S., Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Yonsei University, February 1996. Thesis: Variation of the Surface Ultraviolet-B Radiation with Changes in the Ozone Layer
B.S., Department of Earth Sciences, Sejong University, February 1994
My research focuses on the flux tower and biological observations at the semi-arid mature and young pine sites to investigate climatologic and hydrologic influences on carbon, water, and energy processes in different aged forests over multiple years that include anomalies in precipitation and temperature (disturbance history/age gradient).