OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

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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)
Fan Y., Grant G, Anderson S.P.  2019.  Water within, moving through, and shaping the Earth's surface: Introducing a special issue on water in the critical zone. Hydrological Processes. 33:3146-3151. (359.28 KB)
Farley KA, Tague CL, Grant GE.  2011.  Vulnerability of water supply from the Oregon Cascades to changing climate: Linking science to users and policy. Global Environmental Change. 21:110-122. (409.91 KB)
Fassnacht H, McClure EM, Grant GE, Klingeman PC.  2003.  Downstream effects of the Pelton-Round Butte Hydroelectric Project on bedload transport, channel morphology and channel-bed texture, Lower Deschutes River, Oregon. A Peculiar River. Water Science and Application 7:169-202. (2.14 MB)
Fassnacht H.  1998.  Frequency and magnitude of bedload transport downstream of the Pelton-Round Butte Dam Complex, lower Deschutes River, Oregon. Civil Engineering, Geosciences. M.S.:311.
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)
Flitcroft R, Lewis SL, Arismendi I, LovellFord R, Santelmann M, Safeeq M, Grant, Gordon E.  2016.  Linking hydroclimate to fish phenology and habitat use with ichthyographs. PLoS ONE.
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)
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Gaffney R., Ohalloran T., Grant G, Serpa B, Wheelock S., Coppoletta M., Tague C., Staudacher M., Tyler S..  Submitted.  Hydrologic Response to Forest Density Management in a Coniferous Mediterranean Forest: The Importance of Snow to Rain Transition, Drainage and Storage. Journal of Hydrology.
Gombert C.E, Lancaster S.T, Flitcroft R.L, Grant G.E.  Submitted.  Processes Controlling Thermal Regimes of Secondary Channel Features in a Large, Gravel-bed River, Willamette River, Oregon, USA. Water Resources Research.
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.  1997.  A geomorphic basis for the hydrologic behavior of large river systems. River Quality: Dynamics and Restoration. :105-116. (816.25 KB)
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, 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 GE.  2017.  Book Review: Full-Rip 9.0: The Next Big Earthquake in the Pacific Northwest. Northwest Science. 91(1):100-101. (40 KB)

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