- Ph.D., Zoology, Oregon State University, 2012
- M.Sc., Environmental sciences, Oregon State University, 2005
- B.Sc., Earth systems science and policy, California State University Monterey Bay, 2001
- Of farmers and fish: balancing salmon populations, aquatic biodiversity and water resource needs during drought (David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship)
- Gila River Flow Needs Assessment (The Nature Conservancy)
- Potential contributions of aerial and overland dispersal to community recovery in disturbed and restored streams
- Bogan, M.T., K.S. Boersma, D.A. Lytle, 2015. Resistance and resilience of invertebrate communities to seasonal and supraseasonal drought in arid-land headwater streams. Freshwater Biology, 60: 2547–2558.
- Bogan, M.T., N. Noriega-Felix, S.L. Vidal-Aguilar, L.T. Findley,D.A. Lytle, O.G. Gutierrez-Ruacho, J.A. Alavarado-Castro, A. Varela-Romero, 2014. Biogeography and conservation of aquatic fauna in spring-fed tropical canyons of the southern Sonoran Desert, Mexico. Biodiversity and Conservation, 23: 2705-2748.
- Bogan, M.T., and D.A. Lytle, 2011. Severe drought drives novel community trajectories in desert stream pools. Freshwater Biology, 56: 2070-2081.
- California Department of Fish and Wildlife (2000-2007)
- UC Santa Barbara Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Lab (2005-2013)
- David H Smith Conservation Research Fellow (2013-2016)
- Desert Fishes Council President (2016-present)
- Ecology and Restoration
- Natural Resources Management
- Water Conservation, Supply, and Demand