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Korea Research Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow Ecosystems Services and Management
Advanced Systems Analysis
Capacity Building and Academic Training
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Moonil Kim joined IIASA’s Ecosystems Services and Management (ESM) Program in 2014 as a participant of the Young Scientists Summer Program and returned to the program in 2015 as a research assistant from Korea University in Seoul, Rep. of Korea. At IIASA, he will work on further developing the KO-FG-Dynamic Model and inter-alia validating and comparing it to ESM’s G4M with respect to forest carbon dynamics in Europe and South Korea.
Mr. Kim received bachelor degrees in Environmental Science and Resource Economics from Korea University in 2012. As a PhD student at Korea University, his research focuses on the modeling of forest growth and forest management optimization for carbon storage and sequestration under climate change using GIS models to study the spatial heterogeneity, and analysis of environmental change using remotely sensed data. He has also participated in several research projects focusing on forest growth, management and model development.
Last update: 15-SEP-2015
Vicente-Vicente JL, Fuss S, Song C, Lee J, Kim M, Lee W-K, & Son Y (2019). A Holistic View of Soils in Delivering Ecosystem Services in Forests: A Case Study in South Korea. Forests 10 (6): e487. DOI:10.3390/f10060487.
Yu H, Li L, Zhu W, Piao D, Cui G, Kim M, Jeon SW, & Lee W-K (2019). Drought monitoring of the wetland in the Tumen River Basin between 1991 and 2016 using Landsat TM/ETM+. International Journal of Remote Sensing 40 (4): 1445-1459. DOI:10.1080/01431161.2018.1524604.
Song C, Pietsch S, Kim M, Cha S, Park E, Shvidenko A, Schepaschenko D ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7814-4990, Kraxner F, et al. (2019). Assessing Forest Ecosystems across the Vertical Edge of the Mid-Latitude Ecotone Using the BioGeoChemistry Management Model (BGC-MAN). Forests 10 (6): e523. DOI:10.3390/f10060523.
Piao D, Kim M, Choi G-M, Moon J, Yu H, Lee W-K, Wang S, Jeon SW, et al. (2018). Development of an Integrated DBH Estimation Model Based on Stand and Climatic Conditions. Forests 9 (3): p. 155. DOI:10.3390/f9030155.
Kim S-R, Lee W-K, Lim C-H, Kim M, Kafatos M, Lee S-H, & Lee S-S (2018). Hyperspectral Analysis of Pine Wilt Disease to Determine an Optimal Detection Index. Forests 9 (3): e115. DOI:10.3390/f9030115.
Heo S, Kim M, Yu H, Lee W-K, Sohn JR, Jung S-Y, Moon KW, & Byeon SH (2018). Chemical Accident Hazard Assessment by Spatial Analysis of Chemical Factories and Accident Records in South Korea. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 27: 37-47. DOI:10.1016/j.ijdrr.2017.09.016.
Lim C-H, Choi Y, Kim M, Lee S, Folberth C ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6738-5238, & Lee W-K (2018). Spatially Explicit Assessment of Agricultural Water Equilibrium in the Korean Peninsula. Sustainability 10 (1): p. 201. DOI:10.3390/su10010201.
Kim M, Lee W-K, Son Y, Yoo S, Choi G-M, & Chung D-J (2017). Assessing the impacts of topographic and climatic factors on radial growth of major forest forming tree species of South Korea. Forest Ecology and Management 404: 269-279. DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2017.08.048.
Lim C-H, Choi Y, Kim M, Jeon S, & Lee W-K (2017). Impact of Deforestation on Agro-Environmental Variables in Cropland, North Korea. Sustainability 9 (8): e1354. DOI:10.3390/su9081354.
Kim M, Lee W-K, Choi G-M, Song C, Lim C-H, Moon J, Piao D, Kraxner F, et al. (2017). Modeling stand-level mortality based on maximum stem number and seasonal temperature. Forest Ecology and Management 386: 37-50. DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2016.12.001.
Kim M, Lee W, Kurz W, Kwak D, Morken S, Smyth C, & Ryu D (2017). Estimating carbon dynamics in forest carbon pools under IPCC standards in South Korea using CBM-CFS3. iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry 10: 83-92. DOI:10.3832/ifor2040-009.
Seo JH, Lee WK, & Kim M (2016). Individual radial growth model for uneven-aged mixed oak forests in central Korea. Forstarchiv 87 (1): 4-10. DOI:10.4432/0300-4112-87-4.
Campana PE, Leduc S, Kim M, Liu J, Kraxner F, McCallum I, Li H, & Yan J (2015). Optimal grassland locations for sustainable photovoltaic water pumping systems in China. Energy Procedia 75: 301-307. DOI:10.1016/j.egypro.2015.07.355.
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