Dr. Jason G. Vogel, Assistant Professor
Forest Ecosystems Science
PO Box 110410
Gainesville, FL 32611-0410
Ph.D, University of Alaska-Fairbanks, 2004
MSc., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1997
BSc., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1994
My research group studies forest nutrient cycling, structure, and growth. We are interested in how resilient these forest processes and attributes are as they respond to climate change, disturbance, and management decisions. We investigate how silviculture can be used to restore and maintain the attributes of forests that are important to society.
- Vogel, J.G., He D., Jokela E.J., Hockaday W., and Schuur A.G. 2015. The effect of fertilization levels and genetic deployment on the isotopic signature, constituents, and chemistry of soil organic carbon in managed loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 355:91–100. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.05.020
- Moore, G.W., Edgar C.B., Vogel J.G., Washington-Allen R.A., March R.G., and Zehnder R. 2016. Tree mortality from an exceptional drought spanning mesic to semiarid ecoregions. Ecological Applications. 26(2):602-611. DOI:10.1890/15-0330
- Li L., Ruan H., Vogel J.G., He Z., Zou X., Ruan H., Huang, Wang J., and Bianch T.S. 2016. Association of soil aggregation with the distribution and quality of organic carbon in soil along an elevation gradient on Wuyi Mountain in China. PLOSone. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.015089.
- Zhai, L., Jokela E.J., Gezan S., and Vogel J.G. 2015. Family, Environment and Silviculture Effects in Pure- and Mixed-Family Stands of Loblolly (Pinus taeda L.) and Slash (P. elliottii Engelm var. ellitotttii) Pine. Forest Ecology and Management. 337:28–40. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2014.10.030
- Jokela, E.J., Martin T.A., and Vogel J.G. 2010. Twenty-five years of intensive forest management with southern pines: Important lessons learned. Journal of Forestry. 108(7):338-347