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Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences
204 Withycombe HallCorvallis, OR 97331
Current research includes site characteristics for riparian vegetation and monitoring goose-grazing impacts on crops. Interests include riparian assessment and management, grazing management, animal behavior, weed ecology and management.
Leonard, S, G. Kinch, V. Elsbernd, M. Borman and S. Swanson. 1997. Riparian area management: Grazing management for riparian-wetland areas. Tech. Ref. 1737-14. USDI-BLM, National Applied Resource Sciences Center, Denver, CO. 63 p.
Anderson, E. W., M. M. Borman and W. C. Krueger. 1998. Ecological Provinces of Oregon: A treatise on the Basic Ecological Geography of the State. Oregon Agric. Expt. Sta. SR. 990. Corvallis, OR. 138 p.
Clausnitzer, David W., Michael M. Borman, and Douglas E. Johnson. 1999. Competition between squirreltail (Elymus elymoides) and medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae). Weed Science 47:720-728.
Borman, Michael M., Mounir Louhaichi, Douglas E. Johnson, William C. Krueger, Russell S. Karow, and David R. Thomas. 2002. Yield mapping to document goose grazing impacts on winter wheat. Agronomy Journal 94(5):1087-1093.
Borman, Michael and Larry Larson. 2003. A case study of river temperature response to agricultural land use and environmental thermal patterns. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 58:8-12.
Totals for last 5 years: 3 peer-reviewed (2 additional submitted); 15 "other professional publications"; 9 published abstracts; 1 book; 2 book chapters; 11 Extension publications (or chapters within); 5 popular articles.