Severe water stress on the Korean conifer by Subin Kim, Seoyoon Heo
The Korean Fir or Conifer is a phytochemical plant which only grows in South Korea.
It is located at high latitude region of the northern hemisphere because of its ability to withstand cold or heat. Recently, conifers, representing Korea, are reported to be suffering from climate change, which is seriously alarming. There is a serious ecosystem change on the Korean peninsula, with reports that ecologically valuable, representative species of Korea, such as Mt. Seolak, Mt. Jiri, are dying at the same time.