Daniel Vogt

Daniel Vogt

Associate Professor
Soil and ecosystem ecology; Natural, disturbed, and sustainable ecosystems

Office: Bloedel 258
Phone: 206-685-3292 
Email: dvogt@uw.edu

Graduate Interest Group(s): FOREST ECOLOGY; FOREST SOILS

B.S., Biology, New Mexico State University, 1968
M.S., Agronomy (Soils), New Mexico State University, 1976
Ph.D., Forestry, University of Washington, 1987

Research interests:

Soils, ecosystem ecology, primary productivity, nutrient cycling, natural and anthropogenic disturbances

Courses Taught:Quarter offered:
ESRM 304 Environmental and Resource Assessment (5)Spring
ESRM 311 Soils and Land Use (3)Spring
ESRM 410 Forest Soils and Site Productivity (5)Spring
SEFS 507 Soils and Land Use (4)Spring
Recent Publications:
Grand LA, Hayes MP, Vogt KA, Vogt DJ, Yarnold PR, Richter KO, Anderson CD, Ostergaard EC, Wilhelm JO. 2017. Identification of habitat controls on northern red-legged frog populations: Implications for habitat conservation on an urbanizing landscape in the Pacific Northwest. Ecological Processes 6: 44-57 doi: 10.1186/s13717-017-0111-7
Gmur S, Vogt DJ, Vogt KA, Suntana A. 2013. Effects of different sampling scales and selection criteria on modelling net primary productivity of Indonesian tropical forests. Environmental Conservation 41(2):187-197.