Dr. Clayton B. Marlow
Wooded Draws are Not Riparian Areas
Landform Changes Following Prescribed Fire in the Missouri River Breaks
309 Animal Bioscience Building
Bozeman, MT 59717-2900
- BS University of Wyoming, Range Management 1974
- MS Washington State University, Forest & Range Management 1976
- PhD University of Wyoming, Range Management 1978
- ARNR 543 Riparian Process & Function
- NRSM 236 Small Pasture Management
- NRSM 455 Riparian Ecology & Mgmt
- NRSM 490 Undergraduate Research
- WILD 355 Wildlife-Livestock Habitat Restoration
- Identification and definition of the processes that create and maintain riparian ecosystems.
- Linkage between wildfire patterns and riparian processes.
- Assessment of grazing management practices for the protection and enhancement of water quality and riparian ecosystems.
Accomplishments and Interests
- Established existence of linkage between forest structure and groundwater recharge of riparian areas..
- Description of the interaction between stream bank stability and livestock grazing.
- Identified the response of certain sedges and willows to grazing.
- Identified the relationship between groundwater levels, soil texture and certain sedge, willow and cottonwood community types.
- Continued refinement of bison landform and foraging preferences.
- Whitehurst, W., and C. Marlow. 2013. Forb nutrient density for Sage Grouse broods in Mountain Big Sagebrush communities, Montana. Rangelands 35:18-25.
- Durham, D. A., and C. B. Marlow. 2010. Aspen response to prescribed fire under managed cattle grazing and low elk densities in southwest Montana. Northwest Sci. 84:141-151.
- Hatfield, P. G., S. L. Blodgett, T. M. Spezzano, H. B. Goosey, A. W. Lenssen, R. W. Kott, and C. B. Marlow. 2007. Incorporating sheep into dryland grain production systems: Impact on over-wintering larva populations of Wheat stem sawfly, Cephus cintus Norton (Hymenoptera: Cephidae). Small Rum. Res. 67:209-215.
- Hatfield, P. G., A. W. Lenssen, T. M. Spezzano, S. L. Blodgett, H. B. Goosey, R. W. Kott, and C. B. Marlow. 2007. Incorporating sheep into dryland grain production systems: Impact on changes in biomass and weed frequency. Small Rum. Res. 67:216-221.
- Hatfield, P. G., H. B. Goosey, T. M. Spezzano, S. L. Blodgett, A. W. Lenssen, R. W. Kott, and C. B. Marlow. 2007. Incorporating sheep into dryland grain production systems: Impact on changes in soil bulk density and soil nutrient profiles. Small Rum. Res. 67:222-231.
- Marlow, C. B., R. Finck, and H. Sherwood. 2006. Grazed stubble height as a criterion for controlling sediment production from grazing lands. J. Amer. Water Resources 42:891-900.
- Manoukian, M., and C. B. Marlow. 2002. Historical trends in willow cover along streams in a southwestern Montana cattle allotment. Northwest Sci. 76:213-220.
- Law, D. J., C. B. Marlow, J. C. Mosley, S. Custer, P. Hook, and B. Leinard. 2000. Water table dynamics and soil texture of three riparian plant communities. Northwest Sci. 74:234-241.
- Effect of Watershed Forest Structure on Herbaceous Riparian Community Recovery
- Grazing Management Part Science-Part Art
- Managing Grazing in Riparian Areas
- Rewards and Risks of Multi-species Grazing
- Using Livestock to Improve Public Lands