Sung-Ching Nick Lee

Postdoctoral Research Fellow | Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow (Term 1)
phone 604 822 9105
location_on GEOG 127

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I am a broadly trained biometeorologist use micrometeorological methods (e.g., eddy covariance, closed-chamber, and stable isotopes) to study the underlying processes of ecosystem-atmosphere interactions for natural and managed ecosystems. My research interests focus on understanding the role of natural ecosystems in mitigating the impacts of climate change through carbon sequestration.


Sung-Ching Nick Lee

Postdoctoral Research Fellow | Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow (Term 1)
phone 604 822 9105
location_on GEOG 127

I am a broadly trained biometeorologist use micrometeorological methods (e.g., eddy covariance, closed-chamber, and stable isotopes) to study the underlying processes of ecosystem-atmosphere interactions for natural and managed ecosystems. My research interests focus on understanding the role of natural ecosystems in mitigating the impacts of climate change through carbon sequestration.

Sung-Ching Nick Lee

Postdoctoral Research Fellow | Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow (Term 1)
phone 604 822 9105
location_on GEOG 127

I am a broadly trained biometeorologist use micrometeorological methods (e.g., eddy covariance, closed-chamber, and stable isotopes) to study the underlying processes of ecosystem-atmosphere interactions for natural and managed ecosystems. My research interests focus on understanding the role of natural ecosystems in mitigating the impacts of climate change through carbon sequestration.