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.  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)
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.
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.
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.
Grant GE, Swanson FJ.  1995.  Morphology and processes of valley floors in mountain stresm, western Cascades, Oregon. Natural and Anthropogenic Influences in Fluvial Geomorphology: the Wolman Volume. 89:83-101. (819.54 KB)
Montgomery DR, Grant GE, Sullivan K.  1995.  Watershed analysis as a framework for implementing ecosystem management. Water Resources BulletinWater Resources Bulletin. 31:369-386. (1.79 MB)
Grant GE.  1995.  Watershed analysis on the public lands: where are we now and where should we be going? Proceedings of the Fourth Watershed Management Council Workshop. Water Resources Center Report No. 86:49-53.
Grant GE.  1994.  Hydraulics and sediment transport dynamics controlling step-pool formation in high gradient streams: a flume experiment.. Dynamics and geomorphology of mountain rivers.
Grant GE.  1994.  Introduction to Watershed Analysis. Watershed Management Council Newsletter. 6:1-17.
Grant, Gordon E, McCain C, Cissel J.  1994.  Summary of the watershed-landscape analysis workshop. PNW GTR 338:68. (4.28 MB)
Brooks DJ, Grant GE.  1992.  New Approaches to Forest Management: background, science issues and research agenda, Part II. Journal of Forestry. 90:21-24. (219.45 KB)
Brooks DJ, Grant GE.  1992.  New Approaches to Forest Management: background, science issues and research agenda, Part I. Journal of Forestry. 90:25-28. (186.03 KB)
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)
Swanson FJ, Nakamura F, Grant G.  1992.  The settings of erosion research and management in Japan and the western U.S.. Japan-US Workshop on SnowAvalanche, Landslide and Debris Flow Prediction and Control. :517-522.
Swanson FJ, Neilson RP;, Grant GE.  1992.  Some emerging issues in watershed management: landscape pattern, species conservation, and climate change. New Perspectives for Watershed Management: Balancing Long-Term Sustainability with Cumulative Environmental Change. :207-232.
Grant GE, Koerper G, Duval J, Fogg J.  1992.  XSPRO: An interactive software program for analyzing cross-sections of high-gradient stream channels.. :54.
Grant GE, Swanson FJ.  1991.  Cummulative effects of forest practices. Forest Perspectives. 1:9-11. (938.83 KB)
Ryan S, Grant GE.  1991.  Downstream effects of timber harvesting on channel morphology in Elk River basin, Oregon.. Journal of Environmental Quality. 20:60-72.
Swanson FJ, Wondzell SM, Grant GE.  1991.  Landforms, disturbances and ecotones. Landscape Boundaries: Consequences for Biotic Diversity and Ecological Flows. :305-323.
Grant GE, Wolff AL.  1991.  Long-term patterns of sediment transport after timber harvest, western Cascade Mountains, Oregon, USA. Sediment and Stream Water Quality in a Changing Environment: Proceedings of the Vienna IAHS Symposium, International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication No. 203. :31-40. (612.73 KB)
Grant GE, Harr RD, Leavesley G.  1990.  Effects of forest land use on watershed hydrology: a modeling approach.. The Northwest Environmental Journal. 6:414-415.
Grant GE.  1990.  Hydrologic, geomorphic, and aquatic habitat implications of old and new forestry. Symposium on Forests: Wild and Managed: Differences and Consequences. :35-53.