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.
Suntana AS, KA Vogt, EC Turnblom, DJ Vogt and R Upadhye. 2012. Non-Traditional Use of Biomass at Certified Forest Management Units in Indonesia: Forest Biomass for Energy Production and Carbon Emissions Reduction. International Journal of Forestry Research 2012:1-12.
Diefenderfer H.L., R.M. Thom, G.E. Johnson, J.R. Skalski, K.A. Vogt, B.D. Ebberts, G.C. Roegner, E.M. Dawley, and A.H. Whiting. 2011. Assessing cumulative ecosystem response to coastal and riverine restoration programs. Ecological Restoration 29: 111-132.
SEFS Committee Membership:Chair?
Curriculum Committee