Kristiina Vogt

Kristiina Vogt

Linking social and natural science; Reserves; Conservation

Office: Bloedel 290
Phone: 206-543-2765 
Email: kvogt@uw.edu

Graduate Interest Group(s): FOREST ECOLOGY

B.S., Biology, University of Texas, 1971
M.S., Biology, New Mexico State University, 1974
Ph.D., Biology, New Mexico State University, 1976

Research interests include: Ecosystem management, linking social and natural science, reserves, conservation.
Courses Taught:Quarter offered:
ESRM 101 Forests and Society (5)Spring
ESRM 101 Forests and Society (5)Autumn
Recent Publications:
Vogt DJ, Vogt KA, Gmur SJ, Scullion JJ, Suntana AS, Daryanto S, Sigurdardottir. 2016. Vulnerability of tropical forest ecosystems and forest dependent communities to drought. Environmental Research 144:27-38.
Nackley LL, KA Vogt, S-H Kim. 2014. Arundo donax water use and photosynthetic responses to drought and elevated CO2. Agricultural Water Management 136: 13-22.
Scullion J, K Vogt, A Sienkiewicz, S Gmur, C Trujillo. 2014. Assessing the influence of land cover change and conflicting land-use authorizations on ecosystem conversion on the forest frontier of Madre de Dios, Peru. Biological Conservation 171:247-258.
Gmur, SJ, Vogt, DJ, Vogt, KA, and Suntana AS. 2013. Effects of different sampling scales and selection criteria on modelling net primary productivity of Indonesian tropical forests. Environmental Conservation 41(2):1-11.