257 Ranger School Road
P.O. Box 48
Wanakena, NY 13695
Phone: (315) /848-2566
Ph.D., University of Idaho (Forest Nutrition), 2003
Kimsey, M.J. Jr., Mariann T. Garrison-Johnston and Leonard R. Johnson, 2010. Characterization of volcanic ash-influenced forest soils across a geoclimatic sequence. Soil Science Society of American Journal In Press.
Garrison-Johnston, Mariann T., Peter G. Mika, Dan L. Miller, Phil Cannon and Leonard R. Johnson, 2007. Ash Cap Influences on Site Productivity and Fertilizer Response in Forests of the Inland Northwest. IN: Page-Dumroese, D., R. Miller, J. Mital, P. McDaniel and D. Miller, tech. eds. 2007. Volcanic-Ash-Derived Forest Soils of the Inland Northwest; Properties and Implications for Management and Restoration. November 9-10, 2005, Coeur d’Alene, ID. Proceedings RMRS-P-44; Ft. Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Experiment Station.
Garrison-Johnston, Mariann, Terry Shaw, Peter Mika and Leonard R. Johnson, 2005. Management of ponderosa pine nutrition through fertilization. IN: Martin W. Ritchie, Douglas A. Maguire, Andrew Youngblood (technical coordinators). Proceedings of the Symposium on Ponderosa Pine: Issues, Trends, and Management. 2004 October 18-21 Klamath Falls, OR. Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-198. Albany CA: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.
Moore, J.A., P.G. Mika, T.M. Shaw, and M.T. Garrison-Johnston, 2004. Foliar nutrient characteristics of four conifer species in the interior northwest, USA. Western Journal of Applied Forestry, 19(1):13-24.
Garrison-Johnston, M.T., 2003. Development of nutrient status in forest soils, pp. 58-62 in Stone, J. and Maffei, H. (Eds): Proceedings of the Fiftieth Western International Forest Disease Work Conference, October 7-11, 2002, Coast Town Centre Hotel, Powell River, BC, USDA Forest Service, Central Oregon Forest Insect and disease Service Center, Bend, OR.
Garrison-Johnston, M.T., J.A. Moore, S.P. Cook and G.J. Niehoff, 2003. Douglas-fir beetle infestations are associated with certain rock and stand types in the inland northwestern United States. Environmental Entomology, 32(6):1354-1363.
Garrison, M.T., J.A. Moore, T.M. Shaw and P.G. Mika, 2000. Foliar nutrient and tree growth response of mixed-conifer stands to three fertilization treatments in northeast Oregon and north central Washington. Forest Ecology and Management 132: 183-198.