Director, Environmental Studies Program
Academic Director, UM Study of the United States Institute: Global Environmental Issues
Conservation Biology: My interests in the field of conservation biology include population viability analysis and the effects of human population on biodiversity. I am also interested in the mapping of biodiversity and the threats to its preservation, especially to support reserve planning and design.
Environmental Law and Policy: How citizens can influence the policy process and environmental outcomes to protect the environment and the human communities that depend on it.
Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation: I am interested in how we can mitigate and adapt to climate change through individual and collective choices and policy initiatives.
Wed. 12-1:30 pm
Thurs 1-2:30 pm
Field Of Study:
Public interest scientist. Conservation biology, environmental law and policy, land-use, and ecosystem management.
EVST 501 Scientific Approaches to Environmental Problems
EVST 542 Transboundary Environmental Issues
EVST 302 Intro to Environmental Regulation
EVST 502 Environmental Law for Non-lawyers
EVST 531 Citizen Participation in Environmental Decisionmaking
PhD. Biology. University of Oregon 1995.
J.D. Wayne State University 1981.
B.S. Zoology. Michigan State University 1978.
Steering Committee member, Crown Managers Partnership
Board member, Miistakis Institute
Committee member and past chair, Wildlands Committee, Sierra Club
Practiced law 1981-1990
Member Montana Forest Restoration Committee
Member Lolo Restoration Committee
Preliminary Judge CINE Film Festival
Co-taught the Vietnam study abroad wintersession courses offered through the Mansfield Center in January 2011
Serve as Academic Director for the UM Study of the United States Institute: Global Environmental Issues
Direct the Transboundary Initiative with the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Consulted with Patagonian regional government of Chile
Directed international EVST graduate students from Serbia, Kazakhstan and Russia
Visited Australia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru and Vietnam
Speak Spanish "un poco"
Gates, C.C. and L. Broberg 2011. Yellowstone Bison: The Science and Management of a Migratory Wildlife Population. University of Montana Press, Missoula.
Quinn, M. and L. Broberg 2007. Biodiversity in the Crown of the Continent in Sustaining Rocky Mountain Landscapes: Science, Policy and Management of the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, A. Prato and D. Fagre eds, RFF Press
Broberg, L. 2007 “International watershed management: The British Columbia-Montana Flathead River Case Study.” Proceedings of the Watershed Management Council, B. McGurk, ed.
Greenwald, D.; Grocker-Bedford, D. C.; Broberg, L.; Suckling, K.F.; Tibbitts, T. 2005. A review of northern goshawk habitat selection in the home range and implications for forest management in the western United States. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 33(1): 120-129.
Court, K.; T.A. Switalski; L. Broberg; R. Lloyd. 2005. Monitoring the recovery of decommissioned roads with citizen scientists in the Clearwater National Forest, Idaho. ICOET Proceedings 2005: 609-613.Broberg, L. 2003.
Conserving ecosystems locally: a role for ecologists in land use planning. BioScience 53(7): 670-673.
Broberg, L. 1999. Will vulnerable species management protect biodiversity? J. Forestry 97: 8-12.
Deppe, C., J. Tewksbury, D. Holt, L. Broberg, J. Peterson, K. Wood. Effect of northern pygmy owl (Glaucidium gnoma) eyespots on avian mobbing. The Auk: 765-771 .
Broberg, L. & W. Bradshaw 1995. Density-dependent development in Wyeomyia smithii (Diptera:Culicidae): competition is not the result of interference, Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 88: 465-470.