OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

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2019
Stratton LE, Grant GE.  2019.  Autopsy of a reservoir: facies architecture in a multi-dam system, Elwha River, Washington, USA. GSA Bulletin.  (6.4 MB)
Luce CH, Gritzner J, Grant, Gordon E, Crotteau MJ, Day KT, Lewis SL, Lute AC, Halofsky JE, Staab BP.  2019.  Climate Change, Water, and Roads in South-Central Oregon. Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation in South Central Oregon.. :55-94. (35.54 MB)
Nash C.S, Grant G.E, Selker J, Wondzell SM.  2019.  Discussion: “Meadow Restoration Increases Baseflow and Groundwater Storage in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California.” By Luke J.H. Hunt, Julie Fair and Maxwell Odland.. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. :1-4. (103 KB)
Safeeq M, Grant GE, Lewis SL, Hayes SK.  2019.  Disentangling Effects of Forest Harvest on Long-term Hydrologic and Sediment Dynamics, Western Cascades, Oregon. Journal of Hydrology. 580 (12.5 MB)
Fan Y., Clark M., Lawrence D.M, Swenson S., Band L.E, Brantley S.L, Brooks P.D, Dietrich WE, Flores A., Grant G.E et al..  2019.  Hillslope Hydrology in Global Change Research and Earth System Modeling. Water Resources Research. 55:35. (7.38 MB)
Stratton LE, Haggerty R, Grant GE.  2019.  The Importance of Coarse Organic Matter and Depositional Environment to Carbon Burial Behind Dams in Mountainous Environments. Journal of Geophysical Research:Earth Surface. 124:2118-2140. (3.29 MB)
Flitcroft R, Lewis SL, Arismendi I, Safeeq M, Davis C, Giannico G, Penaluna B, Santelmann M, Snyder J.  2019.  Using expressed behavior to evaluate vulnerability of Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) upriver migrants to future hydrologic regimes: management implications and conservation planning. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems.  (1.69 MB)
2017
Grant GE.  2017.  Book Review: Full-Rip 9.0: The Next Big Earthquake in the Pacific Northwest. Northwest Science. 91(1):100-101. (40 KB)
Clifton CF, Day KT, Dello K, Grant GE, Halofsky JE, Isaak DJ, Luce CH, Safeeq M, Staab BP, Stevenson J.  2017.  Climate Change and Hydrology in the Blue Mountains. Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation in the Blue Mountains Region. PNW GTR-939:22-33. (32.66 MB)
Clifton CF, Day KT, Grant GE, Halofsky JE, Luce CH, Staab BP.  2017.  Climate Change, Water Resources, and Roads in the Blue Mountains. Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation in the Blue Mountains Region. PNW-GTR-939:53-90.
Foley M.M., Bellmore J.R., O'Connor J.E., Duda J.J., East A.E., Grant G.E., etal.  2017.  Dam Removal - Listening In. Water Resources Research. 53(7):5229–5246. (2.7 MB)
Brantley S.L, McDowell W.H., Dietrich W.E, White T.S., Kumar P., Anderson S., Chorover J., Lohse K.A., Bales R.C., Richter D. et al..  2017.  Designing a network of critical zone observatories to explore the living skin of the terrestrial Earth. Earth Surface Dynamics. 5:841-860. (9.65 MB)
Grant GE, O'Connor JE, Safran E.  2017.  Excursions in fluvial (dis)continuity. Geomorphology. 217:145-153. (686.76 KB)
Deligne NI, Mckay D., Conrey R.M., Grant G.E., Johnson E.R., O'Connor J.E, Sweeney K..  2017.  Field Trip Guide to Mafic volcanism of the central Oregon Cascades - A volcanic, tectonic, hydrologic, and geomorphic journey. Scientific Investigations Report. :94p..
Grant GE, Dietrich WE.  2017.  The frontier beneath our feet. Water Resources Research.  (598.57 KB)
Grant GE, Major JJ, Lewis SL.  2017.  The geologic, geomorphic, and hydrologic context underlying options for long-term management of the Spirit Lake outlet near Mount St. Helens, Washington. :151.
Major JJ, East AE, O'Connor JE, Grant GE, Wilcox AC, Magirl CS, Collins MJ, Tullos DD.  2017.  Geomorphic Responses to Dam Removal in the United States – a Two-Decade Perspective. Gravel-Bed Rivers: Processes and Disasters. :355-383. (1.41 MB)

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