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Parks N, Grant G.  2009.  A ravenous river reclaims its true course: the tale of Marmot Dam's demise. Science Findings. :6. (1.79 MB)
Thompson J, Grant G.  2007.  Running Dry: Where will the West get its water? Science Findings. :9. (795.71 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)
Grant, Gordon E, McCain C, Cissel J.  1994.  Summary of the watershed-landscape analysis workshop. PNW GTR 338:68. (4.28 MB)
Oliver M, Grant G, Burkholder B.  2011.  Thermal pollution in rivers: Will adding gravel help cool them down? Science Findings. :6. (802.12 KB)
Thomas JW, Raphael MG, Anthony RG, Grant G, and others.  1993.  Viability assessments and management considerations for species associated with late-successional and old-growth forests of the Pacific Northwest. :17.
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, Koerper G, Duval J, Fogg J.  1992.  XSPRO: An interactive software program for analyzing cross-sections of high-gradient stream channels.. :54.
Wampler PJ.  2004.  Contrasting styles of geomorphic response to climatic, anthropogenic and fluvial change across modern to millenial time scales, Clackamas River, Oregon. Geology. PhD:398.
Zunka J.  2011.  Dam removals and downstream bar-pool morphology. Water Resources Graduate Program. M.S.:63.
Legg NT.  2013.  Debris flows in glaciated catchments: a case study on Mount Rainier, Washington. Geology. M.S.:149.
Braudrick CA.  1998.  Entrainment, transport, and deposition of large woody debris in streams: results from a series of flume experiments. Geology. M.S.:87.
Fassnacht H.  1998.  Frequency and magnitude of bedload transport downstream of the Pelton-Round Butte Dam Complex, lower Deschutes River, Oregon. Civil Engineering, Geosciences. M.S.:311.
Wallick JR.  2004.  Geology, Flooding and Human Activities: Establishing a hierachy of influence for controls on historic channel change, Willamette River, Oregon. Geosciences. M.S.:172.
Jefferson A.  2006.  Hydrology and geomorphic evolution of basaltic landscapes, High Cascades, Oregon. Geosciences. PhD:180.
Burkholder BK.  2008.  Influence of hyporheic flow and geomorphology on temperature of a large, gravel-bed river, Clackamas River, Oregon, USA. Water Resources Graduate Program. M.S.:179.
Bromley C.  2008.  The morphodynamics of sediment movement through a reservoir during dam removal. PhD:316.
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.
Copeland EA.  2010.  Recent periglacial debris flows from Mount Rainier, Washington. Water Resources Graduate Program. M.S.:125.
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.
LovellFord R.  2013.  Variation in the Timing of Coho Migration and Spawning Relative to River Discharge and Temperature. Water Resources Graduate Program. M.S.:146.
Danner AG.  2013.  Will we need to change the rules: assessing the implications of climate change for dam operations in Oregon's McKenzie River Basin. Water Resources Graduate Program. M.S.:125.