OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Publications

2008
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)
2006
Piegay H, Grant GE, Nakamura F, Trustrum NA.  2006.  Braided River Management: From assessment of river behavior to improved sustainable development. Braided River: Process, Deposits, Ecology and Management No. 36. :257-275. (948.43 KB)
Jefferson A, Nolin A, Lewis SL, Payne M, Grant G.  2006.  Climate Variability, Snowmelt Distribution, and Effects on Streamflow in a Cascades Watershed. Eastern Snow Conference. :51-54. (427.09 KB)
Lancaster ST, Grant G.  2006.  Debris dams and the relief of headwater streams. Geomorphology. 82:84-97. (959.5 KB)
Wallick J R, Lancaster ST, Bolte JP.  2006.  Determination of bank erodibility for natural and anthropogenic bank materials using a model of lateral migration and observed erosion along the Willamette River, Oregon, USA. River Research and Applications. 22:631-649. (476.56 KB)
Thompson J, Grant G.  2006.  Does wood slow down "sludge dragons?" The interaction between riparian zones and debris flows in mountain landscapes Science Findings. 86:6. (745.19 KB)
Jefferson A.  2006.  Hydrology and geomorphic evolution of basaltic landscapes, High Cascades, Oregon. Geosciences. PhD:180.
Jefferson A, Grant G, Rose T.  2006.  Influence of volcanic history on groundwater patterns on the west slope of the Oregon High Cascades. Water Resources Research. 42 (1.21 MB)
Stewart G.  2006.  Patterns and processes of sediment transport follwoing sediment-filled dam removal in gravel bed rivers. Geosciences. PhD:87.
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)
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)
Stewart G, Grant G.  2006.  What can we learn from the removal of little dinky dams? Watershed Management Conference.  (1.08 MB)
2005
Thompson J, Grant G.  2005.  Out, Out, Dam Spot! The geomorphic response of rivers to dam removal. Science Findings. 71:6. (816.36 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)

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