Michael Gerzon

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Modeling of recovery of old-growth characteristics following logging operations
Hamish Kimmins and Brad Seely
Why did you decide to study at UBC?
British Columbia has enormous amount of forests and the UBC Faculty of Forestry is considered one of the leading ones in the world.
What do you hope to accomplish with your research?
I hope my research will influence the planning of forest management practices on the level of Ministry of Forests and the private sector.
What are your future career goals?
1. To work in forest industry on sustainable forest use. 2. To make documentary movies about forest management and the role of society in it.
What has been your most memorable Vancouver experience so far?
Snowshoeing on Cypress Mountain between the amazingly huge old-growth trees covered with snow.
What advice do you have for new graduate students?
Enjoy being young and use your energy to live incredible life while you still can.
Personal Interests / Hobbies
Documentary movies, hiking, trekking, traveling, sports, theatre.

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