Ph.D., Natural Resources Management, North Dakota State University, 2015
M.S., Natural Resources Management, North Dakota State University, 2008
B.S., Biology and Biological Aspects of Conservation, University of Wisconsin, 2005
Preister, L., B. Kobiela, C. Dixon, and E.S. DeKeyser. 2019. A model to identify smooth brome elongation using correlation of mean stage count and accumulated growing degree days. Natural Areas Journal 39:364-371.
Altrichter, K.M., E.S. DeKeyser, B. Kobiela, and C.L.M. Hargiss. 2018. A comparison of five wetland communities in a North Dakota fen complex. Natural Areas Journal 35:275-285.
B. Kobiela, J. Quast, C. Dixon, and E.S. DeKeyser. 2017. Targeting Introduced Species to Improve Plant Community Composition on USFWS-managed Prairie Remnants. Natural Areas Journal 37:150-160.
Strehlow, T., E.S. DeKeyser, and B. Kobiela. 2017. Estimating wetland restoration costs in Southeastern North Dakota. Ecological Restoration 35:23-32.
Strehlow, T., E.S. DeKeyser, and B. Kobiela. 2017. Managing seedbank composition to enhance wetland restoration. Ecological Restoration 35:12-16.
Link, A., B. Kobiela, E.S. DeKeyser, and M. Huffington. 2017. Effectiveness of burning, herbicide, and seeding toward restoring rangelands in Southeastern North Dakota. Rangeland Ecology & Management 70:599-603.
B. Kobiela, M. Biondini, and K. Sedivec. 2016. Comparing root and shoot responses to nutrient additions and mowing in a restored semi-arid grassland. Plant Ecology. DOI 10.1007/s11(258) 016-0571-3.
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