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Grant GE, Dietrich WE.  2017.  The frontier beneath our feet. Water Resources Research.  (598.57 KB)
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Safeeq M, Grant G, Lewis S, Kramer M, Staab B.  2014.  A geohydrologic framework for characterizing summer streamflow sensitivity to climate warming in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences. 18:1-18. (654.33 KB)
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 G, Schmidt JC, Lewis SL.  2003.  A geological framework for interpreting downstream effects of dams on rivers. A Peculiar River. Water Science and Application 7:209-225. (684.39 KB)
Grant G, Schmidt JC, Lewis SL.  2003.  A geological framework for interpreting downstream effects of dams on rivers. A Peculiar River. Water Science and Application 7:209-225. (684.39 KB)
Tague CL, Grant GE.  2004.  A geological framework for interpreting the low-flow regimes of Cascade streams, Willamette River Basin, Oregon. Water Resources Research. 40 (331.13 KB)
O'Connor JE, Grant GE, Costa JE.  2002.  The Geology and Geography of Floods. Ancient Floods, Modern Hazards: Principles and Application of Paleoflood Hydrology. 5:359-385. (3.9 MB)
Duncan S, Grant G.  2002.  Geology as Destiny: Cold waters run deep in western Oregon. Science Findings. 49:6. (272.09 KB)
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.  2012.  The Geomorphic Response of Gravel-Bed Rivers to Dams: Perspectives and Prospects. Gravel Bed Rivers: Processes, Tools, Environments. :165-181. (2.82 MB)
Major JJ, O'Connor JE, Podolak CJ, Keith MK, Grant GE, Spicer KR, Pittman S, Bragg HM, Wallick JR, Tanner DQ et al..  2012.  Geomorphic response of the Sandy River, Oregon, to removal of Marmot Dam. :64.
Major JJ, East AE, O'Connor JE, Grant GE, Wilcox AC, Magirl CS, Collins MJ, Tullos DD.  2017.  Geomorphic Responses to Dam Removal in the United States – a Two-Decade Perspective. Gravel-Bed Rivers: Processes and Disasters. :355-383. (1.41 MB)
O'Connor J, Grant G, Curran JH, Fassnacht H.  1999.  Geomorphology of the Deschutes River below Pelton Round Butte Dam Complex, Oregon. Final Report to PGE. :102.
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)
Williamson KJ, Bella DA, Beschta RL, Grant G, Klingeman PC, Li HW, Nelson PO.  1995.  Gravel disturbance impacts on salmon habitat and stream health. Report prepared for the Oregon Division of State Lands. :45.
Nash C.S, Grant G.E, Charnley S., Dunham J., Gosnell H., Hausner M.D, Pilliod D.S, Taylor J.D.  2021.  Great Expectations: Deconstructing the Process Pathways Underlying Beaver-Related Restoration. Bioscience. biaa165 (876.11 KB)
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)
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)

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