Gregory Ettl

Gregory Ettl

Associate Professor
Sustainable forestry; Forest ecology; Silviculture

Office: Winkenwerder 102
Phone: 206-616-4120 
Email: ettl@uw.edu


B.S, Science Education and Zoology, University of Wisconsin, 1987
M.A.T., Biology Teaching, University of Washington, 1989
Ph.D. Ecosystem Analysis, University of Washington, 1995

Courses Taught:Quarter offered:
ESRM 428 Principles of Silviculture and their Application (5)Autumn
SEFS 526 Advanced Silviculture Seminar (3)Winter
Current Sponsored Research:
Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest and Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission joint appointment
Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest and Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission project support
Climate Change Applications in National Forests
J Halofsky/USFS-Interagency Personnel Agreement
KCP-SEFS Forest Management Partnership
Mount Rainier Institute: Greater Puget Sound Schools
The Western Mountain Initiative: Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in Western mountain Ecosystems
Recent Publications:
Fischer, P., Cullen, A., Ettl, G.J. 2017. The effects of forest management strategy on carbon storage and revenue in Western Washington: A probabilistic simulation of tradeoffs. Risk Analysis 37(1): 173-192 doi: 10.1111/risa.12611
McBurney, K.G., Cline, E.T., Bakker, J.D., Ettl, G.J. 2017. Ectomycorrhizal Community Composition and Structure of a Mature Red Alder (Alnus rubra) Stand. Fungal Ecology 27:47-58 doi: 10.1016/j.funeco.2017.02.006
Khan, Z., Kandel, S. L., Ramos, D. N., Ettl, G. J., Kim, S. H., & Doty, S. L. 2016. Increased Biomass of Nursery-Grown Douglas-Fir Seedlings upon Inoculation with Diazotrophic Endophytic Consortia. Forests 6(10): 3582-3593.
Roesch-McNally, G.E., Rabotyagov, S., Tyndall, J.C., Ettl, G. and Tóth, S.F. 2016. Auctioning the Forest: A Qualitative Approach to Exploring Stakeholder Responses to Bidding on Forest Ecosystem Services. Small-scale Forestry 15:321-333.
Schroder, S.A.K., Tóth, S.F., Deal, R.L. and Ettl, G.J. 2016. Multi-objective optimization to evaluate tradeoffs among forest ecosystem services following fire hazard reduction in the Deschutes National Forest, USA. Ecosystem Services 22:328-347.
Marcinkowski, K., Peterson, D.L., Ettl, G.J. 2015. Non-stationary temporal response of mountain hemlock growth to climatic variability in the North Cascade Range, Washington, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45:676-688.
Knoth, J. L., S.-H. Kim, G.J. Ettl and S.L. Doty. 2014. Biological nitrogen fixation and biomass accumulation within poplar clones as a result of inoculations with diazotrophic endophyte consortia.. New Phytologist 201(2): 599-609.
Knoth, J. L. Kim, S-H. Ettl, G.J., and Doty S. L. 2013. Effects of Cross Host Species Inoculation of Nitrogen Fixing Endophytes on Growth and Leaf Physiology of Maize. GCB Bioenergy 5:408-416.
Rabotyagov, S. S., S. Toth, F., G.J. Ettl. 2013. Testing the Design Variables of ECOSEL: A Market Mechanism for Forest Ecosystem Services. Forest Science 59(3): 303-321.
Tóth, S. F., G. J. Ettl, N. Könnyu, S. S. Rabotyagov, L. W. Rogers, J. M. Comnick. 2013. ECOSEL: Multi-objective optimization to sell forest ecosystem services.. Forest Policy and Economics 35: 73-82.