Myung-Bok LEE

Myung-Bok LEE

Myung-Bok LEE joined our group in June of 2015 as a research scholar. She received her PhD from the University of Georgia. Her postdoctoral fellowship was at Mississippi State University and University of Georgia. She has broad research experiences including, but not limited to, foraging behavior of black-billed magpie, avian communities in urban and agricultural landscapes, insect communities in biofuel production systems, and the relationship between habitat heterogeneity and avian diversity. Most of her work and research interest have focused on understanding ecological processes (primarily avian diversity) in anthropogenic landscapes, with an emphasis on a landscape perspective and the use of advanced analytical methods. At Guangxi University, she has established a project investigating the relationship between biodiversity and environmental heterogeneity in anthropogenic landscapes, focusing on avian species. She has developed this project to build a foundation for future ecological studies involving different taxa (e.g., plants and arthropods) and different biological levels (from population to ecosystem). Email: bok.ecology@outlook.com.

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