Completed M.S. and Ph.D. programs:
Jones, C. 2011. Cultural practices and seed scarification of four native Lupinus
species (Fabaceae) from the Great Basin. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University.
51 p. Thesis.
Kildisheva, Olga A. 2011. Restoration strategies for a native perennial:
Germination and seedling physiology of Sphaeralcea munroana. Moscow, ID:
University of Idaho. 78 p. Thesis. [Link]
Scholten, Melissa D. 2011. Environmental regulation of dormancy in seeds of
Lomatium dissectum. Boise, ID: Boise State University. 84 p. Thesis. [Link]
Sriladda, C. 2011. Ecophysiology and genetic variation in domestication of
Sphaeralcea and Shepherdia species for the Intermountain West.
Logan, UT: Utah State University. 85 p. Dissertation. [Link]
Bhattarai, K. 2010. Phenotypic and genetic characterization of wildland collections
of Western and Searls prairie clovers for rangeland revegetation in the
western USA. Logan, UT: Utah State University. 154 p. Dissertation. [Link]
Herriman, Kayla R. 2009. Wyoming big sagebrush: efforts towards development
of target plants for restoration. Moscow, ID: University of Idaho. 70 p. Thesis.
Hulet, April. 2009. Diversification of crested wheatgrass stands in Utah. Provo,
UT: Brigham Young University. 43 p. Thesis. [Link]
Kramer, Andrea T. 2009. Ecological genetics of Penstemon in the Great Basin,
U.S.A. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois. 119 p. Thesis. [Link]
Rawlins, Jennifer K. 2009. Wet thermal accumulation modeling of germination of
western U.S. rangeland species. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University. 61 p.
Johnson, Robert L. 2008. Impacts of habitat alterations and predispersal seed
predation on the reproductive success of Great Basin forbs. Provo, UT:
Brigham Young University. 114 p. Dissertation. [Link]
Parkinson, Hilary A. 2008. Impacts of native grasses and cheatgrass on Great
Basin forb development. Bozeman, Montana: Montana State University. 75 p.
Armstrong, Jeremiah C. 2007. Improving sustainable seed yield in Wyoming big
sagebrush. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University. 29 p. Thesis. [Link]
Bhattarai, K. 2007. Potential of basalt milkvetch (Astragalus filipes Torr. Ex A.
Gray) populations and rhizobial strains for revegetation and restoration of
Intermountain West rangelands. Logan, UT: Utah State University. 116 p.
Culumber, C.M. 2007. DNA barcoding of western North American taxa: Leymus
(Poaceae) and Lepidium (Brassicaceae). Logan, UT: Utah State University.
100 p. Thesis. [Link]
Eldredge, Sean D. 2007. Beneficial fungal interactions resulting in accelerated
germination of Astragalus utahensis, a hard-seeded legume. Provo, UT:
Brigham Young University, . 99p. Thesis. [Link]
Fansler, Valerie A. 2007. Establishing native plants in crested wheatgrass
stands using successional management. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State
University. 95 p. Thesis. [Link]
Kaur, P. 2007. DNA markers and gene expression polymorphisms associated
with growth habit QTLs in Leymus wildryes. Logan, UT: Utah State University.
128 p. Dissertation. [Link]
Leonard, Eamonn. 2007. Competition for soil nitrate and invasive weed
resistance of three shrub-steppe growth forms. Logan, UT: Utah State
University. Thesis. 78 p. [Link]
Swoboda, Katharine A. 2007. The pollinating ecology of Hedysarum boreale and
evaluation of its pollinating bees for restoration and seed production. Logan,
UT: Utah State University. 117 p. Thesis. [Link]
Roberts, F. Leland. 2007. Investigation into seed collection practices and shrub
manipulations to improve sustainable seed yield in wildland stands of
bitterbrush (Purshia tridentata). Provo, UT: Brigham Young University. 35 p.
Voss, Joshua. 2006. Forage adaptability trials for forage and seed production in
Bolivia; effect of 5 herbicides on 7 native Utah forbs. Provo, UT: Brigham
Young University. 86. p. Thesis. [Link]