Found 279 results
Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Report
Christy JA, Kimpo A, Marttala V, Gaddis PK, Christy NL.  2009.  Urbanizing Flora of Portland, Oregon, 1806-2008.. :1-319.
Brophy LS, Cornu C.E., Adamus PR, Christy JA, Doumbia J.A., Tully R.L..  2011.  User’s guide to the temperature sensor method for determining tidal inundation regime..
Wise LK, Kagan JS.  2012.  Vascular Plant Inventory for Lewis and Clark National Historical Park - Public Version. :142pages.
Crist PJ, Wise LK, Kagan JS, Harkness M, Varley I, Comer PJ.  2011.  Vulnerability Assessment and Strategies for the Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge and Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge Complex.
Jaeger W.K, Plantinga A.J., Langpap C, Bigelow DP, Moore KM.  2017.  Water, Economics, and Climate Change in the Willamette Basin, Oregon. OSU Extension Service. :105.
Chan F., Boehm A.B., Barth J.A., Chornesky E.A., Dickson A.G., Feely R.A., Hales B., Hill T.M., Hofmann G., Ianson D. et al..  2016.  The West Coast Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Science Panel: Major Findings, Recommendations, and Actions.
Noone MD, Kagan JS, Nielsen EM.  2013.  Western Juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) and Invasive Annual Grass Mapping in Eastern Oregon. :57.
Christy JA.  2016.  Wet meadow plant associations, Double O Unit, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Harney County, Oregon. Oregon Biodiversity Information Center Report.
Christy JA.  2013.  Wet Meadow Plant Associations, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Harney County, Oregon. :73.
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.
Institute for Natural Resources.  2005.  Willamette Basin Conservation Project Final Report.
O’Brien S, Lev E, Gaines L.  2010.  Workshop on Estuaries, Climate Change, and Conservation Planning Oregon Coast Aquarium, Newport, Oregon, November 18-19, 2010.
Thesis
Atkinson M.  2014.  Attitudes toward water allocation policy in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Natural Resources. MS:91.
Ferguson LB.  2015.  Characterizing and assessing the researcher-stakeholder engagement process for water sustainability: The Willamette Water 2100 Project. Marine Resources Management. MS:177.
Sproles EA.  2012.  Climate change impacts on mountain snowpack presented in a knowledge to action framework. Water Resources Science. PhD:192.
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.
Gleason KE.  2015.  Forest fire effects on radiative and turbulent fluxes over snow: Implications for snow hydrology. Geography. PhD:202.
Williams J.  2014.  Habitat relationships of native and non-native fishes of the Willamette River, Oregon. Fisheries and Wildlife. MS:123.
Bigelow DP.  2015.  How do population growth, land-use regulations, and precipitation patterns affect water use? A fine-scale empirical analysis of landscape change Applied Economics. PhD:199.
Olen B.  2012.  Irrigation choices for major West Coast crops : water scarcity and climatic determinants. Applied Economics. MS
Moore KM.  2015.  Optimizing reservoir operations to adapt to 21st century expectations of climate and social change in the Willamette River Basin, Oregon. Geography. PhD:183.
Kalinin A.  2013.  Right as rain? The value of water in Willamette Valley agriculture Applied Economics. MS:48.
Neumann PE.  2012.  Shallow aquifer storage and recovery (SASR): Regional management of underground water storage in hydraulically connected aquifer-stream systems. :37.
Neumann PE.  2012.  Shallow aquifer storage and recovery (SASR): Regional management of underground water storage in hydraulically connected aquifer-stream systems. Water Resources Science. MS:37.
Hunter ML.  2013.  Water, energy, and ecosystem services : a study of businesses in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Water Resources Policy & Management. MS:80.

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