Forest Ecosystems & Society
B.S., 2005, University of Missouri, Columbia (Department of Natural Resources)
M.S., 2011, University of Idaho, Moscow (Department of Fish and Wildlife Sciences)
Ph.D., 2014, Oregon State University, Corvallis (Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society)
- Remote Sensing
Combining field collected data with remote sensing tools (e.g. lidar and Landsat time series products) to better understand and characterize wildlife habitat relationships for research, management, and monitoring purposes; examining post-disturbance avian cavity-nester ecology; creating maps of forest characteristics using remote sensing data sets important for multiple applications.
- Vogeler, J.C., Z. Yang, and W.B. Cohen. 2016 (Invited). Mapping post-fire habitat characteristics through the fusion of remote sensing tools, Remote Sensing of Environment, 173: 294-303.
- Vogeler, J.C., and W.B. Cohen. 2016 (Invited). A review of the role of active remote sensing and data fusion for characterizing forest in wildlife habitat models, Revista de Teledetección, 45: 1-14.
- Vogeler, J.C., Z. Yang, and W.B. Cohen. 2016. Mapping suitable Lewis’s woodpecker nesting habitat in a post-fire landscape, Northwest Science. 90(4).
- Kline, J. D., M. E. Harmon, T. A. Spies, A. T. Morzillo, R. J. Pabst, B. C. McComb, F. Schnekenburger, K. A. Olsen, B. Csuti, and J. C. Vogeler. 2016. Evaluating carbon storage, timber harvest, and potential habitat possibilities for western Cascades (US) forests. Ecological Applications.