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Ted Hogg

Vegetation Climate interactions
Northern Forestry Centre
5320 122 Street Northwest
Edmonton, Alberta, T6H 3S5

Tel.: (780) 435-7225
Ted.Hogg@NRCan-RNCan.gc.ca

Profile

  • Research Scientist in the climate change program of the Canadian Forest Service
  • Main research area is on the impacts of climate change and variation on the growth, dieback and regeneration of boreal tree species in western Canada
  • Collaborative research activities include tree-ring analysis, forest monitoring and modeling, remote sensing, and tower-based measurements of carbon fluxes
  • Developed a simple Climate Moisture Index (CMI) that is being applied to assess drought impacts on Canada’s forests under a changing climate
  • Leads a research and monitoring study entitled CIPHA (Climate Impacts on Productivity and Health of Aspen)
  • Currently participating in a global overview of drought-induced forest dieback and mortality

Education

  • BSc Zoology, 1977 (University of Alberta)
  • MSc Biology, 1982 (University of Waterloo)
  • PhD Biology, 1987 (University of New Brunswick)

Affiliations

  • Adjunct Professor, Renewable Resources, University of Alberta
  • Integration and Operations Committee (IOC), Northern Forestry Centre
  • Fluxnet Canada and Canadian Carbon Program (since 2002)
  • Boreal Ecosystem Research and Monitoring Sites (BERMS, 1997 – present)
  • Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study (BOREAS, 1993-1996)
  • Drought Research Initiative (DRI)
  • Alberta Forest Genetics Research Council

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