Dr. Juliane Vogt

Chair for Terrestrial Ecology

Am Burghof 3
D-99947 Mülverstedt

Phone: +49.3602.21.59845
Fax:     +49.3602.21.59844
Mobil:   +49.162.2923116

E-mail: juliane.vogt[at]tum.de

Curriculum vitae

Since 2016 Local manager of the biodiversity exploratory team in Hainich-Dün
2017- 2016 academic staff member at the TU Dresden (Department Forest Biometry and Systems analysis)
2012 Graduation doctoral degree Dr. rer nat at the Technische Universität Dresden: Modelling gap dynamics, succession, and disturbance regimes of mangrove forests.
2007 Graduation Diplom-Geoökologe at the Universität Potsdam. Topic of diploma thesis: Temporal and spatial dynamic of stool uprooting in abandoned chestnut coppice forests; Recommendations regarding an efficient coppice management

Research interest

I am interested in different disturbance regimes, forest ecology and its natural regeneration in general. During my Diploma thesis I did research on gap-creating forces in human-influenced sweet chestnut coppices. The topic of my PhD was “Modeling gap dynamics, succession, and disturbance regimes of mangrove forests”. Within this project I studied the influence of natural and human-induced disturbances on the vitality and the maintenance of mangrove forests. The tools of choice for approaching the subject were remote sensing and computer simulations combined with on-site field work and validation. The integration of these methods now allows us to give management advice on long-term mangrove protection and restoration. Further, as a postdoc I was involved in the development of a software tool for the selection of suitable tree species for urban areas and the classification of urban tree location types. Due to the relatively hostile living conditions for trees within cities special background knowledge is needed to integrate woody plants successfully in urban areas. Toward this end, we produced an urban tree database including the main categories: site characteristics and natural distribution, tree appearance, ecosystem services, required management activities as well as risk and interferences. Furthermore I worked in a project about the success of natural regeneration in retention-tree stands of Pinus silvestris performing spatial analyses of the regenerating plants, model approaches for analyzing the natural regeneration according to seed trees and testing different inventory designs to find appropriate solutions to estimate the regeneration success.


  • 2015 - 2016: Spatial inventory design for the determination of the natural regeneration success in Pinus silvestris forests. (Räumliche Inventurverfahren zur Bestimmung des Naturverjüngungserfolgs – Modellstudie zum Kiefernsamenbaumverfahren) (DBU)
  • 2012 - 2014: citree: Planning software for tree selection in urban areas citree.de (Entwicklung einer Planungssoftware zur Gehölzartenauswahl für urbane Räume) (ESF)  http://tu-dresden.de/zit/projekte/citree, citree.de
  • 2011 - 2012: Morphological adaptations of mangrove trees to environmental stress and their consequences for local plant interactions and regeneration patterns in degraded mangrove ecosystems. Scholarship by the German Research Foundation (DFG)
  • 2007 - 2010: Modelling gap dynamics, succession, and disturbance regimes of mangrove forests. Scholarship by the German Research Foundation (DFG)


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