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conferences, meetings & presentations from 2003


Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Farrell, M., Manga, M., Lewis, S., Jefferson, A. January 16, 2003. Geologic controls on flow, temperature, and sediment regimes McKenzie River, Oregon
Headwater Stream Ecology Research Forum, sponsored by the Oregon Headwaters Research Cooperative, Corvallis, OR.

Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Farrell, M., Manga, M., Lewis, S., Jefferson, A. January 21, 2003. Where does the water in the Willamette River come from? Riverwatch Forum, Corvallis, OR.

Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Farrell, M., Manga, M., Lewis, S., Jefferson, A. January 29, 2003. Where does the water in the Willamette River come from? (and why should we care?)
Willamette Forest Leadership Team, Lowell, OR.

Grant, G.E., Feb 13, 2003. Emerging U.S. issues in river science and management. International Workshop on Sediment Management in River Systems, Gisborne, New Zealand. (Cooperative project of the France/New Zealand Cultural Agreement)

Grant, G., Preston, N., Landon, N., Fyrins, K. and Trustrum, N., Feb 13, 2003. Geomorphic controls on sediment delivery, transport and deposition: some new perspectives. International Workshop on Sediment Management in River Systems, Gisborne, New Zealand. (Cooperative project of the France/New Zealand Cultural Agreement)

Grant, G.E., Stewart, G., Bromley, C., Lewis, S. and Kast, P., Feb 18, 2003. Perspectives on science and policy issues underlying dam removal: How much do we really know? American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado.

Grant, G.E. Lewis, S.L. March 11, 2003. The spatial and geographic context of dams on western Forest Service lands. USDA Forest Service Dams & Geomorphology Workshop, Reno, NV.

Grant, G.E., Stewart, G., Bromley, C., Lewis, S. March 12, 2003. The geomorphic effects of dams on rivers. USDA Forest Service Dams & Geomorphology Workshop, Reno, NV.

Grant, G.E., O’Connor J.E., Fassnacht, H., McClure, E., Currans, J., Hosman. K. March 12, 2003. Geology Is Destiny: Geomorphic and Geologic Controls on Channel Response to Floods and Dams, Deschutes River, OR. USDA Forest Service Dams & Geomorphology Workshop, Reno, NV.

Grant, G.E. March 20, 2003. Fires, floods, and watershed dynamics: a Coast Range perspective. Society of American Foresters, Coos Bay OR.

Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Farrell, M., Manga, M., Lewis, S., Jefferson, A. May 1, 2003. Where does the water in the Willamette River come from? (and why should we care?) Forest Service Region 6 Fish and Water Program meeting. Eugene, OR.

Grant, G.E. May 13, 2003. Controls on sediment and water production in the Cascades. North Santiam Watershed Planning Group, Salem, OR.

Grant, G.E. and Lewis, S.L., May 28, 2003. Effects of changing flow regime on channel morphology, sediment transport, and grain size: rethinking what we know. Instream Flow Workshop, Seattle, WA.

Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Farrell, M., Manga, M., Lewis, S., Jefferson, A. June 6, 2003. Geologic Controls on the Hydrologic and Temperature Regimes of Western Oregon Rivers. HJ Andrews Long-Term Ecological Research Science Hour. Corvallis, OR.

Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Farrell, M., Manga, M., Lewis, S., Jefferson, A. June 12, 2003. Geologic Controls on the Hydrologic and Temperature Regimes of the McKenzie River.
McKenzie Watershed Council, Eugene, OR.

Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Farrell, M., Manga, M., Lewis, S., Jefferson, A. June 18, 2003. Where does the water come from? New insights into the sources of the Willamette River. Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council. Lowell, OR.

Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Farrell, M., Manga, M., Lewis, S., Jefferson, A. June 18, 2003. Where does the water come from? New insights into the sources of Cascadian Rivers. Klamath Watershed Coucil, Arcata, CA.

Grant, G.E., June 25, 2003. Changing Stream Flow Regimes: Causes, consequences and implications for forest and watershed management. ECOP meeting?

Grant, G.E., Stewart, G., Lewis, S., Glasmann, J.R., Ninneman, J., July 10, 2003. Just how muddy was the river? Cougar Reservoir drawdown. US Forest Service Regional Hydropower Assessment Team, McKenzie Bridge, OR.

Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Farrell, M., Manga, M., Lewis, S., Jefferson, A. July 18, 2003. Geologic Controls on the Hydrologic and Temperature Regimes of the McKenzie River. National Council for Air and Stream Improvement watershed task group, HJ Andrews Experimental Forest, Blue River, OR.

Grant, G.E., Bromley, C., Stewart, G., Lewis, S., Kast, P. October 7, 2003. Out, out dam spot! Emerging science and policy issues for dam removal. US Geological Survey Research Symposium, Portland, OR – INVITED.

Grant, G.E., Bromley, C., Stewart, G., Lewis, S., Kast, P. October 15, 2003. Out, out dam spot! Emerging science and policy issues for dam removal. Department of Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. INVITED

Grant, G., Hayes, S., Lewis, S. October 29, 2003. Effect of Peak Flow Increases on Sediment Transport Regimes Following Timber Harvest, Western Cascades, Oregon. First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, Benson, AZ. Published abstract.

Grant, G.E., Jefferson, A., O’Connor, J.E., Tague, C., Lewis, S.L. Haluska, T.L., November 2, 2003. Drainage network evolution in volcanic landscapes: How much time does it take to get the river flowing? Geological Society of America annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. Published as GSA Abstracts with Programs 35 (6) p.23. [abs]

Grant, G.E., Lewis, S.L., November 3, 2003. Forging the ecological template: Geomorphic and hydrologic controls on the structure and organization of channel beds in headwater streams. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. Published as GSA Abstracts with Programs 35 (6) p.215. [abs]

Jefferson, A.J., Grant, G.E. November 4, 2003. Recharge areas and discharge of groundwater in a young volcanis landscape, McKenzie River, Oregon. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. Published as GSA Abstracts with Programs 35 (6) p.373. [abs]

Tague, C., Grant, G.E., Farrell, M.J., Lewis, S.L., December 11, 2003. A Geomorphic Framework for Identifying Controls on Seasonal Discharge and Stream Temperature Regimes at Multiple Scales Within the Willamette Basin. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Published as Eos Trans. AGU 84 (46), Fall Meeting Suppl., Abstract H42I-06.

Grant, G.E., Gupta, V.K., December 12, 2003. Froude-number based spatio-temporal scaling of braided stream channels. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Published as Eos Trans. AGU 84 (46), Fall Meeting Suppl., Abstract NG51A-0839.

Grant, G.E., Jefferson, A., Lewis, S., Mellick, J., Tague, C. Farrell, M. December 18, 2003. Geologic Controls on the hydrologic, sediment and temperature regimes of the McKenzie River. Presentation to Eugene Water and Electric Board, Eugene OR.

Seminar Schedules

Fall 2003

Water Resources Seminar
Stream Restoration: Is it working?
Wed 4:30-5:30PM Apperson Hall 212.

Geology Colloquium
Thurs 4PM Wilkinson Hall 108

USGS Fall Seminar
Tues 12PM Portland Office

Spring 2003

Geosciences Seminar Series
Disturbance, Disaster, and Cataclysm
Tues and/or Thurs. 4-5PM, WLKN 108

Hydrology Spring Seminar Series - Wednesday 4-5PM

Hydrophiles Spring Schedule

Center for Water and Environmental Sustainability

 

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