Borgmann, K. L. and C. J. Conway. 2015. The nest-concealment hypothesis: new insights from a comparative analysis. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 127:646-660.
Gilsson, W. J., C. J. Conway, C. P. Nadeau, K. L. Borgmann, and T. A. Laxson. 2015. Range-wide wetland associations of the King Rail: a multi-scale approach. Wetlands 35:577-587.
Borgmann, K. L. and C. J. Conway. 2015. Wildlife habitat enhancement in Habitats in Peril, M. L. Morrison, and H. A. Mathewson, eds. Johns Hopkins University Press.
Borgmann, K. L., C. J. Conway, and M. L. Morrison.2013. Breeding phenology of birds: Mechanisms underlying seasonal declines in the risk of nest predation. PLoS ONE 8:1-10.
Rosenzweig, M. L., F. Drumlevitch, K. L. Borgmann, A. D. Flesch, S. M. Grajeda, G. Johnson, K. Mackay, K. L. Nicholson, V. Patterson, B. M. Pri-Tal, N. Ramos-Lara, and K. Pelz-Serrano. 2012. An Ecological telescope to view future terrestrial vertebrate diversity. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14:247-268.
Borgmann, K. L., and M. L. Morrison. 2010. Factors influencing the frequency of nest parasitism in the northern Sierra Nevada. Western North American Naturalist 70:137-143.
Morrison, M. L., J. Groce, and K. L. Borgmann. 2010. Occurrence of bats in highly impacted environments: the Lake Tahoe Basin. Northwestern Naturalist 91:87-91.
Borgmann, K. L., and A. D. Rodewald. 2005.Forest restoration in urbanizing landscapes: interactions between land uses and an exotic shrub. Restoration Ecology 13:334-340.
Borgmann, K. L., and A. D. Rodewald. 2004. Nest predation in an urbanizing landscape: the role of exotic shrubs. Ecological Applications 14:1757-1765.
Borgmann, K. L., S. F. Pearson, D. J. Levey, and C. H. Greenberg. 2004. Wintering Yellow-rumped Warblers track manipulated abundance of Myrica cerifera fruits. Auk 121:74-87.
Borgmann, K. L., D. M. Waller, and T. P. Rooney. 1999. Does balsam fir (Abies balsamea) facilitate the recruitment of eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis)? American Midland Naturalist 141:391-397.