Tracey Johnson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Wildlife Habitat Ecology in Rangeland Systems
- 2011 Ph.D., Oregon State University, Wildlife Science
- 2006 M.S., Kansas State University, Biology
- 2001 B.S., Texas A&M University, Psychology (Wildlife and Fisheries Minor)
Wildlife habitat ecology and management
Sandercock, B.K., M. Alfaro-Barrios, A.E. Casey, T.N. Johnson, T.W. Mong, K.J. Odom, K.M. Strum, and V.L. Winder. 2015. Effects of grazing and prescribed fire on resource selection and nest survival of upland sandpipers in an experimental landscape. Landscape Ecology 30: 325-337.
Johnson, T.N., S.W. Buskirk, G. Hayward, and M.G. Raphael. 2015. Timber harvest interacts with broad-scale forest mortality to affect site occupancy dynamics of a vertebrate seed predator. Forest Ecology and Management 340: 95-102.
Johnson, T.N., S.W. Buskirk, G. Hayward, and M.G. Raphael. 2014. Tree mortality after synchronized forest insect outbreaks: effects of tree species, bole diameter, and cutting history. Forest Ecology and Management 319: 10-17.
Schmalz, H.J., R.V. Taylor, T.N. Johnson, P.L. Kennedy, S.J. DeBano, B. Newingham, and P.A. McDaniel. 2013. Soil morphologic properties and cattle stocking rate affect dynamic soil properties. Rangeland Ecology and Management 66: 445-453.
Saab, V., Q. Latif, M. Rowland, T.N. Johnson, A.D. Chalfoun, S.W. Buskirk, J. Heyward and M. Dresser. 2013. Ecological consequences of mountain pine beetle outbreaks for wildlife in western North American forests. Forest Science 60: 339-359. Invited.
Johnson, T.N., P.L. Kennedy, and M.A. Etterson. 2012. Nest success and cause-specific nest failure of grassland passerines breeding in prairie grazed by livestock. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:1607-1616.
Kimoto, C., S.J. DeBano, R.W. Thorp, H. Schmalz, R.V. Taylor, T. DelCurto, T.N. Johnson, P.L. Kennedy, and S. Rao. 2012. Short-term responses of native bees to livestock and implications for managing ecosystem services in grasslands. Ecosphere 3:88.
Kennedy, P.L., T. DelCurto, S.J. DeBano, R.V. Taylor, T.N. Johnson, S. Wyffels, C. Kimoto, H. Schmalz, and R. Limb. Is livestock grazing sustainable in a northeast Oregon grassland? IN Glaser, A., ed. 2012. America’s Grasslands Conference: Status, Threats, and Opportunities. Proceedings of the 1st Biennial Conference on the Conservation of America’s Grasslands. August 15-17, 2011, Sioux Falls, SD. Washington, DC and Brookings, SD: National Wildlife Federation and South Dakota State University.
Johnson, T.N., P.L. Kennedy, T. DelCurto, and R.V. Taylor. 2011. Bird community responses to cattle stocking rates in Northwest Bunchgrass prairie. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 144: 338-346.
*See CV for full list of research, publications and outreach projects.
- Power analysis for site-occupancy based monitoring of Ferruginous hawks, Laramie, Wyoming
- Songbird responses to sagebrush restoration, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
- Vertebrate responses to broad-scale tree mortality from bark beetles, Sierra Madre Range, Wyoming
- Grassland food web responses to livestock grazing intensity, Zumwalt Prairie Preserve, Oregon
- Vertebrate Responses to Bark Beetles - Symposium and Webinar, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming
Savery Distinguished Doctoral Student Award, College of Agriculture, Oregon State University, 2010