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2014
Creutzburg MK, Halofsky JE, Halofsky JS, Christopher TA.  2014.  Climate Change and Land Management in the Rangelands of Central Oregon. Environmental Management.
Garcia E.S, Tague C.L.  2014.  Climate regime and soil storage capacity interact to effect evapotranspiration in western United States mountain catchments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions. 11:2277-2319.
Wentworth A.  2014.  Coastal Water Supply: Are Distribution Systems Ready for the Future? INR Student Report.
Jarvis W. T.  2014.  Contesting Hidden Waters: Conflict Resolution for Groundwater and Aquifers. Earthscan Water Text Series. :192.
Jarvis W. T.  2014.  Contesting Hidden Waters: Hydrofracking and the Hydrohydra. Serie de Conferences en Hydrogeologie.
Amos AL.  2014.  Developing the law of the river: The integration of law and policy into hydrologic and socio-economic modeling efforts in the Willamette River Basin. The Kansas Law Review. 62:48.
Lauten DJ, Castelein KA, J. Farrar D, Kotaich AA, Gaines EP.  2014.  The Distribution and Reproductive Success of the Western Snowy Plover along the Oregon Coast - 2014. INR Report. :56.
Halofsky JS, Halofsky JE, Burcsu T, Hemstrom MA.  2014.  Dry forest resilience varies under simulated climate-management scenarios in a central Oregon, USA landscape. Ecological Society of America. 24(8):1908-1925.
Garcia ES.  2014.  Ecohydrologic modeling in three Western U.S. mountain watersheds : Implications of climate, soil, and carbon cycling interactions for streamflow. Geography. PhD:142.
Williams J, Giannico G.R., Withrow-Robinson B..  2014.  Field guide to common fish of the Willamette Valley floodplain. Oregon State University Extension Service Publication. :42.
Christy JA, McCain CN, Greene SE, Lippert J.D..  2014.  Fire effects in a montane wetland, central Cascade Range, Oregon. Madroño. 61:201-217.
Williams J.  2014.  Habitat relationships of native and non-native fishes of the Willamette River, Oregon. Fisheries and Wildlife. MS:123.
Najafi M.R, Moradkhani H..  2014.  A hierarchical Bayesian approach for the analysis of climate change impact on runoff extremes. Hydrological Processes. 28:6292-6308.
O. Hickman E, Christy JA.  2014.  Historical vegetation of the Tiller area, Douglas County, Oregon, based on GLO survey notes.. Report to Douglas County Commissioners, Roseburg, Oregon.. :80.
Halofsky JE, Creutzburg MK, Hemstrom MA.  2014.  Integrating Social, Economic, and Ecological Values Across Large Landscapes. Pacific Northwest General Technical Report. :216.
Christy JA.  2014.  Limbella and Platylomella. Flora of North America. 28:317-319.
Crist PJ, Venner M, Kagan J, Howie S, Gaines L.  2014.  Manager's Guide to the Integrated Ecological Framework. SHRP 2 Report. :66.
Dinsmore SJ, Lauten DJ, Castelein KA, Gaines EP, Stern MA.  2014.  Predator exclosures, predator removal, and habitat improvement increase nest success of Snowy Plovers in Oregon, USA. The Condor: Ornithological Applications. 116:619-628.
Kagan J, Cochran B, Maness N, Shilling F, Gaines L, Fiegener R, Howie S, Venner M, Bowen B.  2014.  SHRP2 CO6B Step 6: Crediting System Implementation.
Jarvis W. T.  2014.  Transboundary Governance of Groundwater and Aquifers –- You Can’t Separate One From the Other. Water Resources IMPACT. 16(6):6-9.
Nielsen EM, Noone MD.  2014.  Tree cover mapping for assessing greater sage-grouse habitat in Eastern Oregon. INR Report. :10.
Christy JA.  2014.  Wet meadow plant associations, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Harney County, Oregon [Year 2 report].. Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. :59.

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