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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.
Stratton LE, Haggerty R, Grant GE.  2019.  The Importance of Coarse Organic Matter and Depositional Environment to Carbon Burial Behind Dams in Mountainous Environments. Journal of Geophysical Research:Earth Surface. 124:2118-2140. (3.29 MB)
Stratton LE, Grant GE.  2019.  Autopsy of a reservoir: facies architecture in a multi-dam system, Elwha River, Washington, USA. GSA Bulletin.  (6.4 MB)
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.
Swanson FJ, Wondzell SM, Grant GE.  1991.  Landforms, disturbances and ecotones. Landscape Boundaries: Consequences for Biotic Diversity and Ecological Flows. :305-323.
Swanson FJ, Benda L, Duncan S, Grant G, Megahan WF, Reid LM, Zeimer RR.  1987.  Mass failures and other processes of sediment production in Pacific Northwest forest landscapes. Streamside Management: Forestry and Fishery Interactions. Contibution No. 57:9-38.
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.
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, 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.
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.
Tague CL, Grant GE.  2009.  Groundwater dynamics mediate low-flow response to global warming in snow-dominated alpine regions. Water Resources Research. 45 (982.65 KB)
Tague CL, Grant GE.  2004.  A geological framework for interpreting the low-flow regimes of Cascade streams, Willamette River Basin, Oregon. Water Resources Research. 40 (331.13 KB)
Tague CL, Grant G, Farrell M, Choate J, Jefferson A.  2008.  Deep groundwater mediates streamflow response to climate warming in the Oregon Cascades. Climatic Change. 86:189-210. (756.38 KB)
Tague CL, Farrell M, Grant G, Lewis S, Rey S.  2007.  Hydrogeologic controls on summer stream temperatures in the McKenzie River basin, Oregon. Hydrological Processes. 21:3288-3300. (670.99 KB)
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)
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.
Thompson J, Grant G.  2007.  Running Dry: Where will the West get its water? Science Findings. :9. (795.71 KB)
Thompson J, Grant G.  2006.  Does wood slow down "sludge dragons?" The interaction between riparian zones and debris flows in mountain landscapes Science Findings. 86:6. (745.19 KB)
Thompson J, Grant G.  2005.  Out, Out, Dam Spot! The geomorphic response of rivers to dam removal. Science Findings. 71:6. (816.36 KB)
Tyler S, Chandra S, Grant GE.  2017.  Management Strategies for Sustainable Western Water. EOS. 98 (629.91 KB)