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Nam_Jin_Noh_resizedPh.D. Nam Jin Noh

Email: njnoh@kangwon.ac.kr / Google Schoolar / ResearchGate / CV.pdf


Professor, Dept. of Forest Resources, College of Forest and Environmental Science, Kangwon National University (2021.3-present)

  • Ph.D. in Bioresource and Ecology (Forest Ecology), Dept. of Environmental Science and Ecological Engineering, Korea Univ.
  • M.S. in Forest Genetics and Forest Ecology, Dept. of Forest Resources, Korea Univ.
  • B.S. Dept. of Forest Resource and Environment, College of Life and Environmental Science, Korea Univ.

Professional experiences

  • Research Scientist, Forest Technology and Management Center, National Institute of Forest Science (2020.1-2021.2)
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University (2017.12-2020.1)
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, Michigan Technological University (2016.4-2017.11)
  • JSPS Foreign Postdoctoral Fellow, RBRC, Gifu University, Japan (2014.3-2016.2)
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate, RBRC, Gifu University, Japan (2012.4-2014.2)
  • Research Professor/Instructor, Institute of Environment and Ecology, Korea Univ., (2011.3-2012.2)

GRADUATE STUDENT

Ph.D. Student

Yang-su Jeong (’10) – 2nd semester (part-time)

Master Student

Min Woo Park (’17) – 1st semester (pull time)

My research interests are understanding the structure and function of forest ecosystem and how to effectively manage forests. My research topic is “Understanding impacts of disturbances such as pest-induced diseases and soil compaction on tree growths and carbon uptake in urban forests”.


Young-Hyun Jeon (’19) – 1st semester (pull time)

I am interested in carbon cycle, biodiversity, wildfire, and forest ecology. My recent research project was “Comparative analysis of wildfire characteristics and management policies in the US, Canada, and Australia. My main goal for the future research is to improve the multi-functional efficiency of forests focusing its productivity.


UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH STUDENT

Kyu-Hong Song (’18, 4th year)

My research interest is forest management such as rehabilitation after disturbance and artificial treatment including thinning. Ongoing research project is “Effects of thinning and clear-cutting on soil respiration in forest ecosystems for smart forest management”. So I will research the soil carbon fluxes in various silvicultural treatments going forward.


Seung-Won Yim (’19, 4th year)

Interests: soil biogeochemical cycles in forest ecosystems


UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT

2022

Chanhyeong Kim (’17): carbon and biodiversity in forest ecosystems

Hwa Kyeong Ihm (’19): nutrient cycling in forest ecosystems

Ji Yeon Choi (’18): carbon and biodiversity in forest ecosystems

Jong In Won (’17): carbon cycle in forest ecosystems

Jaegyun Ahn (’17): interactions between plant and soil environments

Minji Lee (’19): landscape ecology associated with landscape architecture


2023

Jin-su Park (’18)

In-hyeok Joo (’18)

Seong-do Kim (’18)

Seung-won Yim (’18)

Sae-hee Lee (’20)

Jin-seo Oh (’20)

Su-jin Kim (’20)