Main sector of activity:
- Analysis and identification of algae
- Sampling and biochemical analysis of lake and river water
- Inventory and characterization of wetlands
Kim has a rich background in environmental science. She started her career as a laboratory technician for an environmental firm. She then worked as a naturalist for the Parc ornithologique du Teich (France). Kim holds a Master's degree in Environmental Sciences, the subject of which is the nutritive quality of biological films in Lake Saint-Pierre, as a function of the quantity and quality of light. Kim has been teaching biology at the college level for over 10 years and has also worked as an environmental inspector for the municipal sector.
Huggins, K., Frenette, J.-J. and Arts, M.T. (2004), Nutritional quality of biofilms with respect to light regime in Lake Saint-Pierre (Québec, Canada). Freshwater Biology, 49: 945-959. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2427.2004.01236.x