OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Johnson, K.

Position Type: 
Faculty
Job Title: 
Professor Emeritus
Department: 
Forest Ecosystems & Society
Education: 
B.S., 1965, University of California, Berkeley
M.S., 1969, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Ph.D., 1973, Oregon State University
Research Areas: 
  • Integrated Social and Ecological Systems
  • Social Science, Policy, and Natural Resources
Research Interests: 
  • Forest Planning
  • Forest Policy, Public
forest planning, harvest scheduling, public land forest policy
Selected Publications: 
  1. Johnson, N.K., and J.F. Franklin. April, 2013. Recommendations for Future Implementation of Ecological Forestry Projects on BLM Western Oregon Forests. BLM Report.  PDF
  2. Franklin, J.F. and N.K. Johnson.  2012. A Restoration Framework for Federal Forests in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Forestry 110(8):429–439. PDF
  3. Johnson, N.K., and J.F. Franklin.  August, 2009.  Restoration of Federal Forests in the Pacific Northwest: Strategies and Management Implications. Report for Senator Wyden.  Full PDF | Executive Summary
  4. Adams, W. T., S. Hobbs, N. Johnson. March, 2005. Intensively managed forest plantations in the Pacific Northwest: introduction. Journal of Forestry 103: 59-60.
  5. Adams, W. T., S. Hobbs, and N. Johnson. March 2005. Intensively managed forest plantations in the Pacific Northwest: conclusions. Journal of Forestry 103: 99- 100.
  6. Thompson, J. R., M. A. Anderson, and K. N. Johnson. 2004. Ecosystem management across ownerships: The potential for collision with Antitrust Laws. Conservation Biology. 18:1475-1481.
  7. Bettinger, P., M. Lennette, K. N. Johnson, and T. Spies. 2004. A hierarchical spatial framework for forest landscape planning. Ecological Modeling 182: 25-48.
  8. Franklin, J. and K. Norman Johnson. 2004. Forests face new threat: global market changes. Issues in Science and Technology (National Academy and University of Texas) Fall, 2004.
  9. Spies, T. G. Reeves, K. Burnett, W. McComb, K. N. Johnson, et al. 2002. Assessing the ecological consequences of forest polices in multi-ownership province in Oregon. In J. Liu and W. Taylor, eds. Integrating Landscape Ecology into Natural Resource Management. Cambridge Univ. Press.
  10. Davis, L., K. N. Johnson, P. Bettinger, and T. Howard. 2000. Forest Management (4th edition). McGraw Hill (forthcoming)