events
 
conferences, meetings & presentations from 2005

Grant, G.E. February 2005. Wicked Geomorphological Problems in Gravel-bed River Ecosystems, Invited Guest Speaker, Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.

Grant, G., Tague, C., Jefferson, A., Lewis, S., February 4, 2005. A River Runs Underneath It: Geological Control of Hydrogeomorphic Regimes in the Oregon Cascades and Implications for Climate Change. Illinios

Grant, G., Tague, C., Jefferson, A., Lewis, S., March 17, 2005 A River Runs Underneath It: Geological Control of Hydrogeomorphic Regimes in the Oregon Cascades and Implications for Climate Change. Presentation to Eugene Water and Electric Board, Eugene, OR.

Wampler, P. and Grant, G. May 20, 2005. Geomorphic changes resulting from River Mill Dam operations, Clackamas River, Oregon. Geological Society of America North Central Section Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Published as GSA Abstracts with Programs 37(5) p. 82.[abs]

Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Jefferson, A. May 23, 2005. The Ultimate Hydrologic Sponge: Hydrology and Dynamics of a Young Volcanic Arc in a Mediterranean Climate, American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, New Orleans, LA. Published as Eos Trans. AGU 86 (18), Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract V13C-01 INVITED.

Jefferson, A., Rose, T.P., Grant, G.E., May 23, 2005. Volcanic Aquifers Feed Large Springs on the Oregon High Cascades Mafic Platform American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, New Orleans, LA. Published as Eos Trans. AGU 86 (18), Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract V13C-02

Grant, G.E. ansd Stewart, G. July 20, 2005. What can we learn from the removal of little dinky dams? American Society of Civil Engineers.

Bromley, C., Grant, G. and Thorne, C. 2005. Physical modelling of the removal of Glines Canyon Dam & Lake Mills. American Society of Civil Engineers.


Grant, G.E., Lewis, S.L. August 9, 2005. The role of forests and forest harvest on floods: myth or reality? International Union of Forest Research Organizations, World Congress, Brisbane, Australia.

Grant, G.E., O’Connor, J., Wampler, P., Lancaster, S., Jefferson, A., Lewis, S., Sept 5-9, 2005, Ronnenberg, K., Geologic controls on the abundance of gravel in rivers. Gravel Bed Rivers VI, Lienz, Austria.

Grant, G., Jefferson, A., Lewis, S., Tague, C. September 12, 2005. A subterranean Lake Geneva? Volcanic landscapes as the ultimate hydrologic sponge. Zurich, Switzerland

Grant, G., Tague, C., Jefferson, A., Lewis, S. October 10, 2005. Rivers of the Future:
Effects of climate change on the hydrology of the Pacific Northwest. Rivers & Climate – INVITED

Grant, G., Stewart, G. and Bromley, C. October 18, 2005. New insights into the geomorphic response of rivers to dam removal from field and laboratory studies. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. Published as GSA Abstracts with Programs 37 (7) p.328.

Marr, J., Grant, C., Tal, M., *Campbell, K., Sandland, T., and Bennett, K. October 18, 2005. The Flume on the Mall: Bringing river research to life for the public. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. Published as GSA Abstracts with Programs 37 (7) p.396.

Grant, G., Tague, C., Jefferson, A., Lewis, S. October, 24, 2005. Smoldering volcanoes, secret springs, and the ultimate hydrologic sponge: Geohydrology of an active volcanic landscape. Department of Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.

Jefferson, A., Grant, G., November 2, 2005. Groundwater systems of the McKenzie River watershed, Oregon High Cascades. Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service Conference, Groundwater under the Pacific Northwest, Stevenson, WA.

Grant, G., Tague, C., Jefferson, A., Lewis, S. November 2, 2005. Geologically-mediated groundwater storage as a first-order control on streamflow response to changing climate in volcanic landscapes. Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service Conference, Groundwater under the Pacific Northwest, Stevenson, WA.

Grant, G.E., Lewis, S.L. November 7, 2005. The Role of Forest Harvest on Floods: Myth or Reality? Stream Team Seminar, Corvallis, OR.

Grant, G.E., Tague, C., Farrell, M., Jefferson, A. November 17, 2005. Hydrologic and Temperature Response of Cascade Headwater Streams to Projected Climate Change. Headwater Streams Symposium, sponsored by the Oregon Headwaters Research Cooperative. Corvallis, OR.

Lancaster, S.T., Grant, G.E. November 17, 2005.Coalescing Debris-Fill Complexes in Headwater Valleys of the Oregon Coast Range. Headwater Streams Symposium, sponsored by the Oregon Headwaters Research Cooperative. Corvallis, OR.

Jefferson, A., Grant, G.E. December 8, 2005. Drainage Network Development on a Porous Landscape American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Published as Eos Trans. AGU 86 (52), Fall Meeting Suppl., Abstract H42B-07.

Lancaster, S.T., *Grant, G.E., December 9, 2005. Coalescing Debris-Fill Complexes in Headwater Valleys of the Oregon Coast Range American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Published as Eos Trans. AGU 86 (52), Fall Meeting Suppl., Abstract H51H-01.

Tague, C.L., Farrell, M., Grant, G., Jefferson, A. December 9, 2005. Characterizing Regional Spatial Variation in Summer Streamflow Response to Climate Warming in the Mountains of the Western US American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Published as Eos Trans. AGU 86 (52), Fall Meeting Suppl., Abstract H52B-03.

Grant, G.E., Lewis, S.L. December 13, 2005. How will peakflows affect forest harvest in my watershed? Bureau of Land Management State-of Science Peak Flow Managers Meeting, Corvallis OR.

Seminar Schedules

Fall 2005

Geosciences Geology Seminar
Thursday 4PM WLKN 108

USGS Brown Bag Seminar
Tuesday, 12PM at Portland Office

 

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