Sanghyun Kim

Sanghyun Kim
Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue · Forest Research Institute (IRF)

Master of Science

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Introduction
PhD student in Environmental Sciences (Forest Ecology), UQAT-UQAM. My current research is to evaluate the impacts of silvicultural treatments on regeneration and 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.
Additional affiliations
April 2020 - September 2020
National Institute of Forest Science
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Researching on the post-fire forest restoration.
August 2018 - June 2019
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Position
  • Master's Student
Description
  • MSc thesis project in forest ecology
Education
September 2020 - September 2024
Université du Québec à Montréal
Field of study
  • Forest Ecology
August 2017 - June 2019
Umeå University
Field of study
  • Plant and Forest Biotechnology

Publications

Publications (14)
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Introduction: Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive compound of cannabis. Due to the therapeutic potential of CBD, there were given drugs through oral administration to treat pain and anti-inflammatory. The bioavailability of CBD has been reported to be poor when given through oral administration because of the high first-pass effect with cytochr...
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Partial harvest is considered as a promising alternative to clearcutting system to integrate ecological, economical, and social objectives into silvicultural planning. Logging activity alters habitat conditions for plant and microbial communities in the understory and consequently influences ecosystem processes such as nutrient cycling. Even with t...
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Boreal forest is facing a major crisis to sustain its ecosystem. The structure is becoming homogenized and simplified because of intensive forest management and the boreal forest is one of the ecosystems most affected by climate change. Natural disturbance-based management is considered as a promising alternative to clearcutting system to integrate...
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Traditional clear-fell forestry greatly alters community structure and ecosystem function within boreal forests and alternative management practices may reduce these impacts. Continuous-cover forestry can maintain similar invertebrate and plant communities to unmanaged forest, but whether this extends to soil fungal communities remains unclear. Wit...
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Warmer and drier conditions in temperate regions are increasing the length of the wildfire season. Given the greater fire frequency and extent of burned areas under climate warming, greater focus has been placed on predicting post-fire tree mortality as a crucial component of sustainable forest management. This study evaluates the potential of logi...
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Traditional clear-fell forestry greatly alters community structure and ecosystem functions within boreal forests and alternative management practices may reduce these impacts. Continuous-cover forestry can maintain similar invertebrate and plant communities to unmanaged forest, but whether this extends to soil fungal communities remains unclear. Wi...
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Traditional clear-fell forestry greatly alters community structure and ecosystem function within boreal forests and alternative management practices may reduce these impacts. Continuous-cover forestry can maintain similar invertebrate and plant communities to unmanaged forest, but whether this extends to soil fungal communities remains unclear. Wit...
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OBJECTIVES: We evaluated the effects of storage temperature and time on the concentration of histamine and microbial growth in the silkworm pupae. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Silkworm pupae were stored at-20, 10 and 25 °C respectively. We measured histamine levels and counted bacterial colonies on the microbiological culture plates in 0, 24, 48 and 72 ho...
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OBJECTIVES: We evaluated the effects of storage temperature and time on the concentration of histamine and microbial growth in the silkworm pupae. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Silkworm pupae were stored at-20, 10 and 25 °C respectively. We measured histamine levels and counted bacterial colonies on the microbiological culture plates in 0, 24, 48 and 72 h...
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Traditional clear-fell forestry greatly alters community structure and ecosystem function 18 within boreal forests and alternative management practices may reduce these negative impacts. Continuous-cover forestry can maintain similar invertebrate and plant communities to unmanaged forest, but whether this extends to soil fungal communities remains...
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OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to evaluate potential skin sensitization of human receiving Bright and Firm Hybrid Emulsion I. MATERIAL AND METHODS: 130 subjects were recruited and the human repeated insult patch test (HRIPT) was used to assess the skin sensitization potential of the Bright and Firm Hybrid Emulsion I. The test article contain...

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Questions (2)
Question
Numerous variables can be applied for post-fire tree mortality and crown damage is one of the best predictors of post-fire tree mortality. Nevertheless, most of the crown scorched trees (even 10%) are often harvested in S.Korea, which is rather at odds with research. Thus, I would like to know how other countries address this issue.
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I would be interested to know how wildfire influence on soil environment in forests (cf. OM, TN, CEC, AP, Al, pH, K+,Na+,Ca+,Mg2+, Soil class), especially after surface fire.

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Projects (4)
Project
Our project is to assess the impacts of partial harvest on conifer regeneration and soil microbiome in the MISA experimental sites.
Project
Our objectives for this study are to develop mortality models for Pinus densiflora in Korea for use in predicting tree mortality within 3 years after a surface fire and provide a decision-making tool for land managers and policy makers in a cost-efficient perspective.