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Grant GE, Harr RD, Leavesley G.  1990.  Effects of forest land use on watershed hydrology: a modeling approach.. The Northwest Environmental Journal. 6:414-415.
Grant G.  1997.  Dynamics and geomorphology of mountain rivers [Book Review]. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 16:719-720.
Grant GE, Swanson FJ, Wolman MG.  1990.  Pattern and origin of stepped-bed morphology in high-gradient streams, Western Cascades, Oregon. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 102:340-352. (1.57 MB)
Grant GE.  1987.  Assessing the effects of peak flow increases on stream channels - a rational approach. California Watershed Management Conference.
Grant GE.  1997.  Critical flow constrains flow hydraulics in mobile-bed streams: A new hypothesis. Water Resources Research. 33:349-358. (1.19 MB)
Grant GE, Lewis SL, Swanson FJ, Cissel J, McDonnell JJ.  2008.  Effects of forest practices on peakflows and consequent channel response: a state-of-science report for western Oregon and Washington. General Technical Reports. PNW-GTR-760:76.
Grant, Gordon E, McCain C, Cissel J.  1994.  Summary of the watershed-landscape analysis workshop. PNW GTR 338:68. (4.28 MB)
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.
Grant GE.  1990.  Hydrologic, geomorphic, and aquatic habitat implications of old and new forestry. Symposium on Forests: Wild and Managed: Differences and Consequences. :35-53.
Grant GE, Crozier MJ, Swanson FJ.  1984.  An approach to evaluating off-site effects of timber harvest activities on channel morphology. Symposium on the effects of forest land-use on erosion and slope stability. :177-186. (2.66 MB)
Grant GE, Swanson FJ.  1995.  Morphology and processes of valley floors in mountain stresm, western Cascades, Oregon. Natural and Anthropogenic Influences in Fluvial Geomorphology: the Wolman Volume. 89:83-101. (819.54 KB)
Grant GE.  1986.  An assessment technique for evaluating off-site effects of timber harvest activities on stream channels. American Geophysical Union meeting on cumulative effects.
Grant GE, Watts A.  2020.  Going with the Flow: New Insights into the Hydraulics of High-Energy Fluids. Science Findings, USDA Forest Service, PNW Research Station. (232) (3.33 MB)
Grant GE.  1997.  A geomorphic basis for the hydrologic behavior of large river systems. River Quality: Dynamics and Restoration. :105-116. (816.25 KB)
Grant GE, Lewis SL, Stewart G, Glasmann J. R.  2015.  Sediment problems and consequences during temporary drawdown of a large flood control reservoir for environmental retrofitting. River Basins, Reservoir Sedimentation and Water Resources. 3:7pp. (696.29 KB)
Grant G, Marr JDG, Hill C, Johnson S, Campbell K, Mohseni O, Wallick JR, Lewis SL, O'Connor JE, Major JJ et al..  2008.  Experimental and field observations of breach dynamics accompanying erosion of Marmot cofferdam, Sandy River, Oregon. World Environmental and Water Resources Congress.  (499.74 KB)
Grant GE, Huntington C, McBain S.  2016.  Lower Deschutes River Gravel Study Review. Report to Portland General Electric.  (2.79 MB)
Grant GE.  1990.  Long-term patterns of sediment transport following timber harvest, western Cascade Mountains, Oregon.. The Northwest Environmental Journal. 6:413-414.
Grant GE.  2008.  A Framework for Evaulating Disciplinary Contributions to River Restoration. Fourth ECRR International Conference on River Restoration. :10. (250.51 KB)
Grant GE, Swanson FJ.  1991.  Cummulative effects of forest practices. Forest Perspectives. 1:9-11. (938.83 KB)
Grant GE.  1986.  Sediment movement at the Oregon LTER site. Sediment movement at LTER sites: mechanics, measurement and integration with hydrology. :4-9.
Grant, Gordon E.  2020.  Interactive comment on “Controls on the hydraulic geometry of alluvial channels: bank stability to gravitational failure, the critical-flow hypothesis, and conservation of mass and energy” by Jon D. Pelletier. Earth Surface Dynamics Discussions.  (63.22 KB)
Grant GE.  1995.  Watershed analysis on the public lands: where are we now and where should we be going? Proceedings of the Fourth Watershed Management Council Workshop. Water Resources Center Report No. 86:49-53.
Grant GE, Lewis SL.  2015.  The Remains of the Dam: What have we learned from 15 years of US dam removals. River Basins, Reservoir Sedimentation and Water Resources. 3:8pp. (702.79 KB)
Grant G, Fassnacht H, McClure EM, Klingeman PC.  1999.  Downstream effects of the Pelton Round Butte on bedload transport, channel morphology and channel bed texure. :111.

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