Gregory P. Zogg



1997, University of Michigan

Post-Doctoral Training

1998, University of Michgian


Wetland and forest ecology

Soil microbiology

Plant physiology


Research Interests

Effects of human-induced environmental change on plant-microbial interactions and the biogeochemistry of wetlands and forests

Selected Publications

Wetlands (* indicates student co-author)

  • *Legault II R, Zogg GP, Travis SE. 2018. Competitive interactions between native Spartina alterniflora and non-native Phragmites australis depend on nutrient loading and temperature. PLOS ONE 13:e0192234.
  • *Simon MR, Zogg GP, Travis SE. 2017. Impacts of sea-level rise on sediment microbial community structure and function in two New England salt marshes, USA. Journal of Soils and Sediments 17:2847–2855.
  • Zogg GP, Barnes BV. 1995. Ecological classification and analysis of wetland ecosystems, northern Lower Michigan, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25:1865–1875.
  • Zogg GP, Travis SE, Brazeau DA. 2018. Strong associations between plant genotypes and bacterial communities in a natural salt marsh. Ecology and Evolution 8:4721–4730.


  • Burton AJ, Pregitzer KS, Zogg GP, Zak DR. 1998. Drought reduces root respiration in sugar maple forests. Ecological Applications 8:771–778.
  • Zak DR, Pregitzer KS, Holmes WE, Burton AJ, Zogg GP. 2004. Anthropogenic N deposition and the fate of 15NO3 in a northern hardwood ecosystem. Biogeochemistry 69:143–157.
  • Zogg GP, Zak DR, Pregitzer KS, Burton AJ. 2000. Microbial immobilization and the retention of anthropogenic nitrate in a northern hardwood forest. Ecology 81:1858–1866.
  • Zogg GP, Zak DR, Ringelberg DB, Macdonald NW, Pregitzer KS, White DC. 1997. Compositional and functional shifts in microbial communities due to soil warming. Soil Science Society of America Journal 61:475–481.

Greg Zogg

Gregory P. Zogg



Associate Professor

Biddeford Campus

119 Morgane

(207) 602-2884

On Campus

Eligible for Student Opportunities