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Griffith J, Hanneman P, McCollister M, Moskowitz D, Westbrook H, Wilkeson R.  2004.  Report and Recommendations of Salmon Anchor Habitat Strategy Work Group.
Gregg R.M., Reynier W., Gaines L, Behan J.  2018.  Available Science Assessment Process (ASAP): Sea Level Rise in the Pacific Northwest and Northern California. Report to the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center.
Greenwood S, Owens J, Faust S, Duncan S.  2011.  Mouth of the Columbia River Regional Sediment Management Plan.
Green DS, Matthews SM, Swiers RC, Callas RL, J. Yaeger S, Farber SL, Schwartz MK, Powell RA.  2018.  Dynamic occupancy modelling reveals a hierarchy of competition among fishers, grey foxes and ringtails. Journal of Animal Ecology.
Gray AN, Hubner D, Lettman G, McKay N, Thompson J.  2016.  Forests, Farms & People: Land Use Change on Non-Federal Land in Oregon, 1974-2014.
Gleason KE.  2015.  Forest fire effects on radiative and turbulent fluxes over snow: Implications for snow hydrology. Geography. PhD:202.
Gleason KE, Nolin AW.  2016.  Charred forests accelerate snow albedo decay: parameterizing the post-fire radiative forcing on snow for three years following fire. Hydrological Processes. 30(21):3855–3870.
Gleason KE, Nolin AW, Roth TR.  2013.  Charred forests increase snowmelt: Effects of burned woody debris and incoming solar radiation on snow ablation. Geophysical Research Letters. 40:4654–4661.
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.
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.
Garcia E.S, Tague C.L.  2015.  Subsurface storage capacity influences climate–evapotranspiration interactions in three western United States catchments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19:4845-4858.
Garcia ES, Tague CL, Choate JS.  2013.  Influence of spatial temperature estimation method in ecohydrologic modeling in the Western Oregon Cascades. Water Resources Research. 49:1611-1624.
Gaines L, Hemstrom MA, Kagan J, Salwasser J.  2013.  Integrated Landscape Assessment Project Final Report. :54.
Gaines L, Lurie SD, Ewing A.  2009.  Oregon BEST Biobased Products Rural Outreach Project.
Gaines L, Walsh K, Risien J.  2011.  The Oregon Coastal and Marine Data Network Workshop, June 6-7, 2011.
Gaines L, Kagan J.  2006.  The Heritage Program: 25 Years Old and Looking Ahead Assessing the Future of the Heritage Program: Final Report.
Gaines E, Murphy M.  2017.  Documenting Snowy Plover survival in Oregon. Poster presented at PSU 2017 Biology Department Alumni Night. Portland, OR..
Gaines L, Achterman G.  2006.  Transportation and the Environment: A Research Agenda for Oregon: Final Report.
Gaines E, Murphy M.  2016.  Documenting causes of Snowy Plover nest failure with cameras. Poster presented at PSU 2016 Biology Department Alumni Night. Portland, OR..
Gaines L, Lurie SD.  2007.  Innovation in Environmental Streamlining and Project Delivery: The Oregon State Bridge Delivery Program Final Report.
Gabrielli C.P., McDonnell J.J., Jarvis W. T.  2012.  The role of bedrock groundwater in rainfall–runoff response at hillslope and catchment scales. Journal of Hydrology. 450-451:117-133.
Gabriel MW, Woods LW, Wengert GM, Stephenson N, J. Higley M, Thompson C, Matthews SM, Sweitzer RA, Purcell K, Barrett RH et al..  2015.  Patterns of Natural and Human-Caused Mortality Factors of a Rare Forest Carnivore, the Fisher (Pekania pennanti) in California. PLoS ONE. 10(11)