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Bryan Endress

Bryan Endress

Associate Professor
bryan.endress [at]

Office: 541-962-3115

My research seeks to identify and understand factors influencing vegetation structure, composition and dynamics and how this information can inform natural resource management.  Currently, my research focus on a range of issues including invasive plant science and management, ecological restoration, vegetation responses to management actions and alterations in disturbance regimes, and plant-animal interactions. I currently have an active research program in the interior Pacific Northwest centered on:

  1. Ecology and management of forest rangelands
  2. Perennial bunchgrass ecology, management and restoration
  3. Invasive species ecology and management

Other research interests include the ecology and management of economically and culturally important plant species, community-based resource management, and international natural resource management.