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Matthew Kaylor

104 Nash Hall
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
Phone: (414) 405-9500
Primary Email:

Official position at address above: MS Student
Educational Institutions attended: Oregon State University (currently), University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (BS)
Principal Collaborators: Dana Warren
General Interests: I am broadly interested in aquatic-terrestrial linkages and how changes in the terrestrial environment (riparian zones) influence aquatic processes and biota.
Current Research Projects/Activities: I am currently exploring how variability in riparian forest structure translates to heterogeneity in stream light availability and how this influences local and reach-scale variability in primary production, juvenile fish growth, and the standing stocks of algae, invertebrates, fish and salamanders.


Kaylor, Matthew J.; Warren, Dana R.; Kiffney, Peter M. . 2017. Long-term effects of riparian forest harvest on light in Pacific Northwest (USA) streams. Freshwater Science. 36(1): 1-13. doi: 10.1086/690624 (Pub No: 4962)
Warren, D.R.; Keeton, W.S.; Kiffney, P.M.; Kaylor,M.J.; Bechtold,H.A.; Magee, J. 2016. Changing forests -- changing streams: riparian forest stand development and ecosystem function in temperate headwaters. Ecosphere. 7(8): e01435. doi: 10.1002/ecs2.1435 (Pub No: 4935)
Warren, Dana R.; Collins, Sarah M.; Purvis, Emily M.; Kaylor, Matthew J.; Bechtold, Heather A. . 2016. Spatial Variability in Light Yields Colimitation of Primary Production by Both Light and Nutrients in a Forested Stream Ecosystem. Ecosystems online (15p.). doi: 10.1007/s10021-016-0024-9 (Pub No: 4934)

Personal Information:

Hometown: Cedarburg, Wisconsin
Personal Interests: Travel, fishing, backpacking, boating, camping, skiing