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Grant GE, Mizuyama T.  1992.  Origin of step-pool sequences in high-gradient streams: a flume experiment. Japan-U.S. Symposium on Snow Avalanche, Landslide, and Debris Flow Prediction and Control. :523-532. (1.08 MB)
Thompson J, Grant G.  2005.  Out, Out, Dam Spot! The geomorphic response of rivers to dam removal. Science Findings. 71:6. (816.36 KB)
O'Connor JE, Grant G, Haluska TL.  2003.  Overview of Geology, Hydrology, Geomorphology and Sediment Budget of the Deschutes River Basin, Oregon. A Peculiar River. Water Science and Application 7:7-30. (4.43 MB)
O'Connor JE, Grant G, Haluska TL.  2003.  Overview of Geology, Hydrology, Geomorphology and Sediment Budget of the Deschutes River Basin, Oregon. A Peculiar River. Water Science and Application 7:7-30. (4.43 MB)
Ely LL, Brossy CC, House PK, Safran EB, O'Connor J.E, Champion D.E, Fenton CR, Bondre NR, Orem CA, Grant G.E et al..  2012.  Owyhee River intracanyon lava flows: Does the river give a dam? Geological Society of America Bulletin.  (2.33 MB)
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Tague CL, Choate J, Grant G.  2013.  Parameterizing sub-surface drainage with geology to improve modeling streamflow responses to climate in data limited environments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 17:341-354. (3.13 MB)
Grant GE, Swanson FJ, Wolman MG.  1990.  Pattern and origin of stepped-bed morphology in high-gradient streams, Western Cascades, Oregon. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 102:340-352. (1.57 MB)
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)
Wallick J.R, Grant G.E, Lancaster S.T, Bolte J.P, Delinger R..  In Press.  Patterns and controls on historical channel change in the Willamette River, Oregon USA. Large Rivers: Geomorphology and Management.
Stewart G.  2006.  Patterns and processes of sediment transport follwoing sediment-filled dam removal in gravel bed rivers. Geosciences. PhD:87.
Madej MAnn.  2000.  Patterns of hillslope and channel recovery following disturbances in steep, forested basins. Geosciences. PhD:184.
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)
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)
O'Connor JE, Grant GE.  2003.  A Peculiar River. Water Science and Application. 7:219.
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)
Swanson FJ, Jones JA, Grant G.  1996.  The physical environment as a basis for managing ecosystems. Creating a Forestry for the 21st Century: The science of ecosystem management. :451-468.
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)
Bromley C, Randle TJ, Grant GE, Thorne C.  2011.  Physical modeling of the removal of Glines Canyon Dam and Lake Mills from the Elwha River, WA. Sediment Dynamics upon Dam Removal. 122 (1.7 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)
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)
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.
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O'Connor JE, Curran JH, Beebee RA, Grant G, Sarna-Wojcicki A.  2003.  Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology of the Lower Deschutes River Canyon, Oregon. A Peculiar River. Water Science and Application 7:73-94. (4.43 MB)
O'Connor JE, Curran JH, Beebee RA, Grant G, Sarna-Wojcicki A.  2003.  Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology of the Lower Deschutes River Canyon, Oregon. A Peculiar River. Water Science and Application 7:73-94. (4.43 MB)

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