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 Soil Land Use (3)Autumn
ESRM 410 Forest Soils and Site Productivity (5)Spring
SEFS 507 Soils and Land Use (4)Autumn
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.