Postdoctoral Associate/Gund Institute for Ecological EconomicsEmail: Insu.Koh@uvm.edu
Office: Johnson House, 617 Main Street
Gund Institute profile: http://www.uvm.edu/giee/?Page=koh.html
Areas of Interest
How landscape structure and composition influence biodiversity, organism dispersal and ecosystem services.
My interests began when I considered the role of traditional Korean landscape configuration in mitigating environmental condition. After that, my interests moved towards how landscape connectivity influences organism dispersal as related to ecosystem services such as seed dispersal, biological pest control, and pollination. Currently, I'm focusing on modeling crop pollination services provided by bees across agricultural landscapes within the US. To conduct this research, I mainly use ArcGIS and R.