OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Publications

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Conference Proceedings
Grant GE.  1989.  Morphology of high gradient streams at different spatial scales, Western Cascades, Oregon. Shizuoka Workshop on Channel Geomorphological Change and the Control of Sedimentary Load in Devastated Streams. :1-12.
Swanson FJ, Graham RL, Grant GE.  1985.  Some effects of slope movements on river channels. International Symposium on Erosion, Debris Flow and Disaster Prevention. :273-278.
Journal Article
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)
Wemple BC, Jones JA, Grant G.  1996.  Channel network extension by logging roads in two basins, western Cascades, Oregon. Water Resources Bulletin. 32:1195-1207. (1.55 MB)
Jefferson A, Grant G.E, Lewis SL, Lancaster ST.  2010.  Coevolution of hydrology and topography on a basalt landscape in the Oregon Cascade Range, USA. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. :803-816. (1.43 MB)
Duan J, Grant GE.  1996.  Comment on "A Distributed Hydrology-Vegetation Model for Complex Terrain" by Mark S. Wigmosta, Lance W. Vail, and Dennis P. Lettenmaier. Water Resources Research. 32:211-212. (119.85 KB)
Jones JA, Grant G.E.  2001.  Comment on "Peak flow responses to clear-cutting and roads in small and large basins, Western Cascades, Oregon" by J. A. Jones and G. E. Grant. Water Resources Research. 37:179-180. (125.69 KB)
Jones JA, Grant G.E.  2001.  Comment on "Peak flow responses to clear-cutting and roads in small and large basins, Western Cascades, Oregon: A second opinion" by R. B. Thomas and W. F. Megahan. Water Resources Research. 37:175-178. (355.75 KB)
Safeeq M, Mauger GS, Grant GE, Arismendi I, Hamlet A, Lee S-Y.  2014.  Comparing Large-Scale Hydrological Model Predictions with Observed Streamflow in the Pacific Northwest: Effects of Climate and Groundwater. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 15 (2.13 MB)
Duan J, Sikka AK, Grant G.  1995.  A comparison of stochastic models for generating daily precipitation at the H J Andrews Experimental Forest. Northwest Science. 69:318-329.
Wohl E, Brierly G, Cadol D, Couthard T, Covino T, Fryirs K, Grant G, Hilton R, Lane S, Magillian F et al..  2018.  Connectivity as an Emergent Property of Geomorphic Systems. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.  (711.29 KB)
Safeeq M, Grant G, Lewis S, Tague CL.  2013.  Coupling snowpack and groundwater dynamics to interpret historical streamflow trends in the western United States. Hydrological Processes. 27:655–668. (1.34 MB)
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, Swanson FJ.  1991.  Cummulative effects of forest practices. Forest Perspectives. 1:9-11. (938.83 KB)
Doyle M, Stanley E, Harbor J, Grant G.  2003.  Dam Removal in the United States: Emerging Needs for Science and Policy. EOS. 84:32-33. (253.71 KB)
Grant GE.  2001.  Dam Removal: Panacea or Pandora for rivers? Hydrological Processes. 15:1531-1532. (905.22 KB)
Post DA, Jones JA, Grant GE.  2000.  Datasets from long-term ecological research (LTER) sites and their use in ecological hydrology. Water Resources Impact. 2:37-40. (322.56 KB)
Lancaster ST, Grant G.  2006.  Debris dams and the relief of headwater streams. Geomorphology. 82:84-97. (959.5 KB)
Legg NT, Meigs AJ, Grant GE, Kennard P.  2014.  Debris flow initiation in proglacial gullies on Mount Rainier, Washington. Geomorphology. 226:249-260. (3.15 MB)
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)
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)

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