Michael Bogan

Assistant Professor, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Michael studies how drought and other flow regime disturbances interact with shape aquatic and riparian biodiversity. His current research projects range from the assessing the ecological benefits of using treated effluent to restore flow in urban rivers to continental-scale collaborative studies of the effects of stream drying on aquatic biodiversity. Michael previously was a David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellow at University of California Berkeley and did his graduate research at Oregon State University.


  • PhD, Zoology, Oregon State University, 2012