Schulze, Mark

Position Type: 
Faculty
Job Title: 
H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest Director; Assistant professor, senior research
Department: 
Forest Ecosystems & Society
Office Location: 

201J Richardson Hall

Phone Number: 
(541) 822-6336
Fax Number: 
(541) 822-6329
Education: 
B.S., 1992, Evergreen State College
Ph.D, 2003, Pennsylvania State University
Postdoctoral Research Associate, 2003-2007, University of Florida
Research Interests: 
  • Forest Ecology
  • Tropical Forestry
Tropical forest ecology and management;Forest ecosystem and species response to climate variability and disturbance;Phenology and trophic interactions
Selected Publications: 
  1. Free, C., R.M. Landis, J. Grogan, M. Schulze, M. Lentini, O.Dunisch. 2014. Management implications of long-term tree growth and mortality rates: a modeling study of big-leaf mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) in the Brazilian Amazon. Forest Ecology and Management 330: 46-54.

  2. Grogan, J., Landis, R.M. , Free, C.M., Schulze, M.D., Lentini, M., Ashton, M.S. 2014. Big-leaf mahogany Swietenia macrophylla population dynamics and implications for sustainable management. Journal of Applied Ecology 51: 664-674.

  3. Grogan, J. and Schulze, M. 2012. The impact of annual rainfall patterns on growth and phenology of emergent tree species in southeastern Amazonia, Brazil. Biotropica 44: 331-340.

  4. Macpherson, A., Carter D., Schulze, M., Vidal, E., Lentini, M. 2012. The sustainability of timber production from Eastern Amazonian forests. Land Use Policy 29: 339-350.

  5. Schulze, M. and Seavy N. 2012. The Double-toothed Kite (Harpagus bidentatus). In: D.F. Whitacre (ed) Neotropical Birds of Prey: Biology and Ecology of a Forest Raptor Community. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 428 pp.

  6. Seavy, N., Schulze, M., Whitacre, D.F. 2012. The Plumbeous Kite (Ictinia plumbea). In: D.F. Whitacre (ed) Neotropical Birds of Prey: Biology and Ecology of a Forest Raptor Community. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 428 pp.

  7. Whitacre, D.F. and Schulze, M. 2012. The Maya Forest. In: D.F. Whitacre (ed) Neotropical Birds of Prey: Biology and Ecology of a Forest Raptor Community. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 428 pp.