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Peter Sang-Hoon Lee교수

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Dr. Lee studied forest environment in Seoul National University during his bachelor’s and master’s degrees,

and then achieved PhD degree in environment from Australian National University. Through PhD research work,

he analysed the relationship between vegetation structure and satellite imagery data in a relatively intact area in

southwestern Australia, in order to understand the effects of geographical patterns on vegetation and model suitable habitat

of bird species. Currently, he would like to apply his knowledge and techniques to understanding urban forest and

developing desirable suitable models of urban forest in pursuit of co-existence of natural conservation and public welfare from

the viewpoint of landscape ecology.




Research Interests   

Landscape Ecology, Urban Forest, GIS, Remote Sensing





Australian National University (PhD degree)

Australian National University (Graduate Certificate)

Seoul National University (Master’s degree)

Seoul National University (Bachelor’s degree)




Professional Experience

Assistant Professor (Graduate School of Urban Studies, Hanyang University)

Research Professor (Institute of Agricultural Science, Chungnam National University)

Senior Researcher (National Instrumentation Center for Environmental Management, Seoul National University)

GIS Technician (GeoScience Australia, Australia)





Member of Korean Forest Society

Member of The Korea Society of Environmental Restoration Technology

Advisory committee member of Mine Reclamation Corp.




Teaching Experience


2015 Dankook University

2014-2015 Chungbuk National University

Teaching Assistant

2009-2011 Australian National University

2000-2001 Seoul National University





Applicability of supervised classification for subdividing forested areas using SPOT-5 and

KOMPSAT-2 data (Journal of the Korean Society of Environmental Restoration Technology, 2015)


Development of evaluation indices for ecological restoration of degraded environments near DMZ

in the Republic of Korea (Journal of the Korean Society of Environmental Restoration Technology, 2015)


Anticipation of the future suitable cultivation areas for Korean pines in Korean Peninsula with climate change

(Journal of the Korean Society of Environmental Restoration Technology, 2015)


Modelling vegetation structure-based bird habitat resources in Australian temperate woodlands, using multi-sensors

(European Journal of Remote Sensing, 2013)



Research Projects 

Categorisatioin and Restoratioin Assessment Indicators of the Damaged Area in DMZ Vicinities

(Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute)


Ecological Impact Analysis Methodology Development for Forest Development Activities

(Korea Forest Service)


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