Welcome to the Kim lab!


I am a broadly trained plant-insect ecologist with a particular interest in understanding how environmental variability influences species interactions and biodiversity. I use this basic ecological knowledge about environmental variability to better manage insects and plants for conservation and sustainable agriculture, and to understand and predict how land-use and land-cover change influence biodiversity patterns and the provisioning of ecosystem services in human-modified landscapes.

For more information about my research, click on the research link above.