Of farmers and fish: balancing salmon populations, aquatic biodiversity and water resource needs during drought (David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship)
Gila River Flow Needs Assessment (The Nature Conservancy)
Potential contributions of aerial and overland dispersal to community recovery in disturbed and restored streams
Bogan, M.T., K.S. Boersma, D.A. Lytle, 2015. Resistance and resilience of invertebrate communities to seasonal and supraseasonal drought in arid-land headwater streams. Freshwater Biology, 60: 2547–2558.
Bogan, M.T., N. Noriega-Felix, S.L. Vidal-Aguilar, L.T. Findley,D.A. Lytle, O.G. Gutierrez-Ruacho, J.A. Alavarado-Castro, A. Varela-Romero, 2014. Biogeography and conservation of aquatic fauna in spring-fed tropical canyons of the southern Sonoran Desert, Mexico. Biodiversity and Conservation, 23: 2705-2748.
Bogan, M.T., and D.A. Lytle, 2011. Severe drought drives novel community trajectories in desert stream pools. Freshwater Biology, 56: 2070-2081.
California Department of Fish and Wildlife (2000-2007)
UC Santa Barbara Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Lab (2005-2013)
David H Smith Conservation Research Fellow (2013-2016)
Desert Fishes Council President (2016-present)
Ph.D., Zoology, Oregon State University, 2012
M.Sc., Environmental sciences, Oregon State University, 2005
B.Sc., Earth systems science and policy, California State University Monterey Bay, 2001