OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Publications

2010
Copeland EA.  2010.  Recent periglacial debris flows from Mount Rainier, Washington. Water Resources Graduate Program. M.S.:125.
2009
Cashman KV, Deligne NI, Gannett MW, Grant GE, Jefferson A.  2009.  Fire and Water: Volcanology, geomorphology, and hydrogeology of the Cascade Range, central Oregon. Volcanoes to Vineyards: Geologic Field Trips through the Dynamic Landscape of the Pacific Northwest. :539-582. (4.12 MB)
Tague CL, Grant GE.  2009.  Groundwater dynamics mediate low-flow response to global warming in snow-dominated alpine regions. Water Resources Research. 45 (982.65 KB)
Parks N, Grant G.  2009.  A ravenous river reclaims its true course: the tale of Marmot Dam's demise. Science Findings. :6. (1.79 MB)
2008
Tague CL, Grant G, Farrell M, Choate J, Jefferson A.  2008.  Deep groundwater mediates streamflow response to climate warming in the Oregon Cascades. Climatic Change. 86:189-210. (756.38 KB)
O'Connor J, Major JJ, Grant G.  2008.  Downs with Dams: Unchaining US Rivers. Geotimes.
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 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.  2008.  A Framework for Evaulating Disciplinary Contributions to River Restoration. Fourth ECRR International Conference on River Restoration. :10. (250.51 KB)
Bruce B, Allen D, Chaves H, Grant G, etal.  2008.  Groundwater resources assessment under the pressures of humanity and climate change: a framework document. :31. (2.47 MB)
Jefferson A, Nolin A, Lewis S, Tague CL.  2008.  Hydrogeologic controls on streamflow sensitivity to climate variation. Hydrological Processes. 22:4371-4385. (483.23 KB)
Burkholder BK.  2008.  Influence of hyporheic flow and geomorphology on temperature of a large, gravel-bed river, Clackamas River, Oregon, USA. Water Resources Graduate Program. M.S.:179.
Burkholder BK, Grant GE, Haggerty R, Khangaonkar T, Wampler PJ.  2008.  Influence of hyporheic flow and geomorphology on temperature of a large, gravel-bed river, Clackamas River, Oregon, USA. Hydrological Processes. 22:941-953. (1.18 MB)
Major JJ, O'Connor JE, Grant GE, Spicer KR, Bragg HM, Rhode A, Tanner DQ, Anderson CW, Wallick JR.  2008.  Initial fluvial response to the removal of Oregon's Marmot Dam. EOS. 89:241-252. (318.2 KB)
Bromley C.  2008.  The morphodynamics of sediment movement through a reservoir during dam removal. PhD:316.
Wallick JR, Grant G, Lancaster ST, Bolte JP, Denlinger RP.  2008.  Patterns and controls on historical channel change in the Willamette River, Oregon, USA. Large Rivers: Geomorphology and Management. :491-516. (3.17 MB)
2007
Tague CL, Farrell M, Grant G, Lewis S, Rey S.  2007.  Hydrogeologic controls on summer stream temperatures in the McKenzie River basin, Oregon. Hydrological Processes. 21:3288-3300. (670.99 KB)
McDonnell JJ, Sivapalan M, Vaché K, Dunn S, Grant G, Haggerty R, Hinz C, Hooper R, Kirchner J, Roderick ML et al..  2007.  Moving beyond heterogeneity and process complexity: A new vision for watershed hydrology. Water Resources Research. 43 (101.65 KB)
Jefferson A, Grant G, Lewis SL.  2007.  A river runs underneath it: geologic control of spring and channel systems and management implications, Cascade Range, Oregon. Advancing the Fundamental Sciences: procceedings of the Forest Service national earth sciences conference. PNW-GTR-689:391-400.
Thompson J, Grant G.  2007.  Running Dry: Where will the West get its water? Science Findings. :9. (795.71 KB)

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