OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Publications

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Magazine Article
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)
Journal Article
Braudrick CA, Grant, Gordon E.  2000.  When do logs move in rivers? Water Resources Research. 36:571-583. (454.47 KB)
Montgomery DR, Grant GE, Sullivan K.  1995.  Watershed analysis as a framework for implementing ecosystem management. Water Resources BulletinWater Resources Bulletin. 31:369-386. (1.79 MB)
Grant G, Tague C N, Allen CD.  2013.  Watering the forest for the trees: an emerging priority for managing water in forest landscapes. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment.  (506.57 KB)
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)
McDonnell JJ, Evaristo J., Bladon K.D., Buttle J., Creed I.F, Dymond S.F, Grant GE, Iroume A., Jackson C.R, Jones J.A et al..  2018.  Water sustainability and watershed storage. Nature Sustainability. Vol. 1(August 2018):378-379. (1 MB)
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)
Braudrick CA, Grant, Gordon E.  2001.  Transport and deposition of large woody debris in streams: a flume experiment. Geomorphology. 41:263-283. (1.15 MB)
Jaeger WK, Plantinga AJ, Chang H, Grant G, Hulse D, McDonnell JJ, Moradkhani H, Morzillo AT, Mote PW, Nolin A et al..  2013.  Toward a formal definition of water scarcity in natural human systems. Water Resources Research. 49:4506-4517. (280.02 KB)
Hunt AG, Grant G.E, Gupta VK.  2006.  Spatio-temporal scaling of channels in braided streams. Journal of Hydrology. 322:192-198. (230.61 KB)
Hassan MA, Church M, Lisle TE, Brardinoni F, Benda L, Grant GE.  2005.  Sediment transport and channel morphology of small forested streams. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 41:853-876. (898.9 KB)
Danner A, Safeeq M, Grant G, Wickham C, Tullos D, Santelmann M.  2017.  Scenario-based and scenario-neutral assessment of climate change impacts on operational performance of a multipurpose reservoir. Journal of the American Water Resources Association.  (2.7 MB)
Sakals MJ, Innes D, Wilford RC, Sidle RC, Grant GE.  2006.  The role of forests in reducing hydrogeomorphic hazards. Forest Snow and Landscape Research. 80:11-22. (115.36 KB)
Johnson SL, Swanson FJ, Grant GE, Wondzell SM.  2000.  Riparian forest disturbance by a mountain flood: the influence of floated wood.. Hydrological Processes. 14:3031-3050. (585.92 KB)
Grant GE.  1999.  Reply to Comment on "Critical flow constrains flow hydraulics in mobile-bed streams: A new hypothesis by G. E. Grant". Water Resources Research. 35:907-907. (95.21 KB)
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.
Safeeq M, Grant GE, Lewis SL, Staab B.  2015.  Predicting Landscape Sensitivity to Present and Future Floods in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Hydrological Processes. 29(26):5337-5353. (7.92 MB)
Seo JIl, Nakamura F, Chun KWoo, Grant GE.  2015.  The Precipitation Pattern Controls the Distribution and Subsequent Export of Large Wood in River Catchments. Hydrological Processes.  (989.36 KB)
Nash C, Selker J, Grant G, Lewis S, Noel P.  2018.  A physical framework for evaluating net effects of wet meadow restoration on late summer streamflow. Ecohydrology. 11(5) (807.5 KB)
Lancaster ST, Nolin AW, Copeland EA, Grant, Gordon E.  2012.  Periglacial debris-flow initiation and susceptibility and glacier recession from imagery, airborne LiDAR, and ground-based mapping. Geosphere. 8 (4.33 MB)
Jones JA, Grant G.E.  1996.  Peak Flow Responses to Clear-Cutting and Roads in Small and Large Basins, Western Cascades, Oregon. Water Resources Research. 32:959-974. (1.4 MB)
LovellFord R.M, Flitcroft R.L, Lewis S.L, Santelmann M.V, Grant G.E.  2020.  Patterns of River Discharge and Temperature Differentially Influence Migration and Spawn Timing for Coho Salmon in the Umpqua River Basin, Oregon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 149(6):695-708. (8.99 MB)

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