Jonathan Bates

Courtesy Appointment
Jon.Bates [at] oregonstate.edu

Office: 541-573-8932

Dr. Bates is a Rangeland Ecologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service in Burns, Oregon. He joined the research group at the EOARC in 1999. Current research is focused on management of juniper woodlands, grazing management, prescribed fire, and sagebrush steppe ecology.

Ongoing projects includes management of juniper slash debris, response of shrub-herbaceous understories to burning in juniper woodlands and sagebrush grassland, soil nutrient dynamics after juniper management, aspen ecology, prescription grazing in juniper woodlands and sagebrush steppe, and post-fire grazing management in sagebrush steppe rangeland.

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At OSU
Affiliated with: 
Animal & Rangeland Sciences
My Publications

2002

Journal Article

J. D. Bates, Svejcar, T., and Miller, R. F., Effects of juniper cutting on nitrogen mineralization, Journal of Arid Environments, vol. 51, no. 2, pp. 221 - 234, 2002.

2001

2000

Journal Article

1999

Report

J. D. Bates, Miller, R. F., and Svejcar, T., Plant succession in cut juniper wooldlands: 1981-1998, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1002, 1999.

1994

Conference Paper

R. F. Miller, Rose, J. A., Svejcar, T., Bates, J. D., and Painter, K. Marie, Western juniper woodlands: 100 years of plant succession, in Desired future conditions for pinon-juniper ecosystems: proceedings of the symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-258, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA, 1994.

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