People - Faculty - Kristiina Vogt
Professor of Forest Resources
B.S. Biology - University of Texas, El Paso, Texas 1971
M.S. Biology (Microbial Ecology) - New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM 1974
Ph.D. Biology (Microbial Ecology) - New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM 1976
MA Honorary Master of Art degree. Yale University 1996
Ecosystem management, linking social and natural science, reserves, conservation.
Vogt K.A., J.M. Honea, D.J. Vogt, R.L. Edmonds, T. Patel-Weynand, R.
Sigurdardottir, M.G. Andreu. 2006. Forests and Society. Sustainability and Life Cycles of Forests in Human Landscapes. CABI International, United Kingdom, November 2006.
Vogt K.A., D.J. Vogt, T. Patel-Weynand, R. Upadhye, D. Edlund,.C. Gordon, A.S. Suntana, R.L. Edmonds, R. Sigurdardottir, P.A. Roads, M.G. Andreu. 2008. Why Forest Derived Biofuels can Mitigate Climate Change: The case for C-based energy production. Renewable Energy (in press)
Suntana A.S., Turnblom E.C. and K.A. Vogt. 2008. Variability in the
Indonesian National Forest Data: Aboveground Forest Biomass for Renewable Energy. Journal of Tropical Forest Science (in press)
Vogt D.J., K.A. Vogt, J.C. Gordon, M.L. Miller, C. Mukumoto, R. Upadhye, M.H. Miller. 2008. Chapter 15. Wood methanol as a renewable energy source in some western states. In: Renewable Energy From Forest Resources in the United States (Barry Solomon and Valerie A. Luzadis, eds) (Routledge publishing)
Kulmatiski A., K.A. Vogt, D.J. Vogt, P.M. Wargo, J.P. Tilley, T.G. Siccama, R. Sigurdardottir, D. Ludwig. 2007. Northeastern US forest response to cation remediation. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37: 1574-1585.
Beard K.H., K.A. Vogt, D.J. Vogt, F.N. Scatena, A. Covich, R.
Sigurdardottir, T.C. Siccama, T.A. Crowl. 2005. Structural and functional responses of a subtropical forest to 10 years of hurricanes and droughts. Ecological Monographs 75(3): 345-361.
Vogt K.A., M. Andreu, D.J. Vogt, R. Sigurdardottir, Robert Edmonds, P.
Schiess and K. Hodgson. 2005. Enhancing sustainability of forests in human landscapes by adding non-traditional values to younger forests. J of Forestry 103(1):21-27.