Soo-Hyung Kim

Soo-Hyung Kim

Associate Professor
Plant ecophysiology; Crop modeling

Office: Merrill 37
Phone: 206-616-4971 
Email: soohkim@uw.edu


B.S., Agronomy, Seoul National University, 1992
M.S., Agronomy, Seoul National University, 1994
Ph.D., Ecology, University of California, Davis, 2001

Courses Taught:Quarter offered:
ESRM 411 Plant Propagation: Principles and Practice (3)Spring
ESRM 478 Plant Ecophysiology (5)Winter
SEFS 503 Current Issues in Restoration Ecology and Environmental Horticulture (1)Winter
SEFS 503 Current Issues in Restoration Ecology and Environmental Horticulture (1)Autumn
SEFS 503 Current Issues in Restoration Ecology and Environmental Horticulture (1)Spring
SEFS 550 Graduate Seminar (2)Spring
SEFS 590 Graduate Studies in Plant Ecophysiology (2)Winter
Current Sponsored Research:
Development, validation, and verification of new modules for corn model MaizSim and potato model SpudSim
Improved Crop Models for Climate-smart Agriculture
Plant phenology predictions for weather related risk management in major fruit, vegetable, and food crops
Recent Publications:
Knoth JL, Kim S-H, Ettl GJ, Doty SL. 2014. Biological nitrogen fixation and biomass accumulation within poplar clones as a result of inoculations with diazotrophic endophyte consortia. New Phytologist 201: 599-609
Nackley LL, Vogt KA, Kim S-H . 2014. Arundo donax water use and photosynthetic responses to drought and elevated CO2. Agricultural Water Management 136: 13-22
Kim S-H, Yang Y, Timlin D, Fleisher D, Dathe A, Reddy VR, Staver K. 2012. Modeling temperature responses of leaf growth, development, and biomass in maize with MAIZSIM. Agronomy Journal 104(6): 1523-1537.
Chung U., Mack L., Yun J.I. & Kim S.-H. 2011. Predicting the timing of cherry blossoms in Washington D. C. and Mid-Atlantic States in response to climate change. PLoS ONE 6(11):e27439.
Kinmonth-Schultz, H. & Kim S.-H. 2011. Carbon gain, allocation, and storage in rhizomes in response to elevated CO2 and nutrient supply in a perennial C3 species, Phalaris arundinacea. Functional Plant Biology 38:797-807.
Bae H., M.S. Kim, R.C. Sicher, S.-H. Kim, M.D. Strem, and B.A. Bailey. 2009. The beneficial endophyte Trichoderma hamatum isolate DIS 219b promotes growth and delays the onset of the drought response in Theobroma cacao. Journal of Experimental Botany 60(11):3279-3295.