OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

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Grant GE, Lewis SL, Stewart G, Glasmann J. R.  2015.  Sediment problems and consequences during temporary drawdown of a large flood control reservoir for environmental retrofitting. River Basins, Reservoir Sedimentation and Water Resources. 3:7pp. (696.29 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)
Duncan S, Grant G.  2000.  Seen one dam, seen 'em all?: The surprising story of the Deschutes River Science Findings. 25:6. (251.37 KB)
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.
Duan J, Grant GE.  2000.  Shallow landslide delineation for steep forest watersheds based on topographic attributes and probability analysis. Terrain analysis: Principles and Applications. :311-329. (1.85 MB)
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.
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.
McClure EM.  1998.  Spatial and temporal trends in bed material and channel morphology below a hydroelectric dam complex, Deschutes River, Oregon. Civil Engineering, Geology. M.S.:85.
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)
Stratton LE, Grant, Gordon E.  Submitted.  A stratigraphic framework to evaluate the deposition and burial of organic matter in reservoir sediments. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface.
Sullivan K, Lisle TE, Dolloff C.A, Grant GE, Reid LM.  1986.  Stream channels--the link between forests and fishes.. Streamside Management: Forestry and Fishery Interactions. Contribution No. 57:39-97.
Grant, Gordon E, McCain C, Cissel J.  1994.  Summary of the watershed-landscape analysis workshop. PNW GTR 338:68. (4.28 MB)
Pilliod D, Rohde A, Charnley S, Davee R, Dunham J, Gosnell H, Grant G, Hausner M, Huntington H, Nash C.  2018.  Survey of Beaver-related Restoration Practices in Rangeland Streams of the Western U.S.A .. Environmental Management. 61(1):58-68. (1.63 MB)
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McDonnell JJ, Evaristo J., Bladon K.D., Buttle J., Creed I.F, Dymond S.F, Grant GE, Iroume A., Jackson C.R, Jones J.A et al..  2018.  Water sustainability and watershed storage. Nature Sustainability. Vol. 1(August 2018):378-379. (1 MB)
Fan Y., Grant G, Anderson S.P.  2019.  Water within, moving through, and shaping the Earth's surface: Introducing a special issue on water in the critical zone. Hydrological Processes. 33:3146-3151. (359.28 KB)
Grant G, Tague C N, Allen CD.  2013.  Watering the forest for the trees: an emerging priority for managing water in forest landscapes. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment.  (506.57 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.

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