Kenneth Anyomi


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  • Gender

  • Organization
    University of British Columbia

  • Role
    Scientist Mentor: I will mentor teams of students online

  • Research Interests (300 words)
    My research seeks to improve the understanding of the inter-relationships between soil, climate and tree-to-tree interactions on the growth of trees. I also study the effects of disturbances on trees including man-made disturbances (Silviculture) and natural disturbances (wind storms). I can also assist students to better understand mathematical formulations in plant Biology/Biostatistics.

  • Profile Question 1
    When and why did you decide to go into a science career?

  • Answer the question you selected for profile question 1 here (300 words):
    I decided at junior high school to go into science as I quickly discovered at the time that I have an exceptional curiosity about scientific subjects.

  • Profile Question 2
    What is best about being a scientist?

  • Answer the question you selected for profile question 2 here (300 words):
    That there is no end to experiments or findings. Every finding opens you up to greater pool of questions and an increased curiosity.

  • Profile Question 3
    What is tough about being a scientist?

  • Answer the question you selected for profile question 3 here (300 words):
    There is not always the required funding to carry out a research.

  • Availability
    I am NOT available, please temporarily remove me from the available mentor list

  • Capacity: How many teams at a time are you comfortable working with?

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NFA Courtsunis Team 6 Kenneth Anyomi

Hi Devesh, Amanda, Elizabeth, Edward and Julias

I am Kenneth Anyomi, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. My research interests include the effects of soil, climate and plant-plant interactions…


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