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Grant GE, O'Connor JE, Safran E.  2017.  Excursions in fluvial (dis)continuity. Geomorphology. 217:145-153. (686.76 KB)
Grant GE.  1989.  Morphology of high gradient streams at different spatial scales, Western Cascades, Oregon. Shizuoka Workshop on Channel Geomorphological Change and the Control of Sedimentary Load in Devastated Streams. :1-12.
Grant GE.  2001.  Dam Removal: Panacea or Pandora for rivers? Hydrological Processes. 15:1531-1532. (905.22 KB)
Grant G.E, O'Connor J.E, Wolman MG.  2013.  A River Runs Through It: Conceptual Models in Fluvial Geomorphology. Treatise on Geomorphology. 9:6-21. (1000.79 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)
Grant GE, Dietrich WE.  2017.  The frontier beneath our feet. Water Resources Research.  (598.57 KB)
Grant GE.  1994.  Introduction to Watershed Analysis. Watershed Management Council Newsletter. 6:1-17.
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, Gordon E.  2012.  The Geomorphic Response of Gravel-Bed Rivers to Dams: Perspectives and Prospects. Gravel Bed Rivers: Processes, Tools, Environments. :165-181. (2.82 MB)
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.  1988.  The RAPID technique: A new method for evaulating downstream effect of forest practices on riparian zones. :36.
Grant GE.  1999.  Reply to Comment on "Critical flow constrains flow hydraulics in mobile-bed streams: A new hypothesis by G. E. Grant". Water Resources Research. 35:907-907. (95.21 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)
Grant G, Schmidt JC, Lewis SL.  2003.  A geological framework for interpreting downstream effects of dams on rivers. A Peculiar River. Water Science and Application 7:209-225. (684.39 KB)
Grant GE.  2017.  Book Review: Full-Rip 9.0: The Next Big Earthquake in the Pacific Northwest. Northwest Science. 91(1):100-101. (40 KB)
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.

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