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Jarvis W. T.  2015.  The Institute for Water & Watersheds Annual Technical Report FY 2014. National Institutes for Water Resources.
Jarvis W. T.  2014.  Contesting Hidden Waters: Conflict Resolution for Groundwater and Aquifers. Earthscan Water Text Series. :192.
Jarvis W. T, Villholth K.G., Lopez-Gunn E., Conti K., Garrido A., van der Gun J..  2018.  Cooperation and conflict resolution in groundwater and aquifer management. Advances in Groundwater Governance .
Jarvis W. T.  2018.  Book Review/The International Law of Transboundary Groundwater Resources. Groundwater. 56(2)
Jarvis W. T.  2012.  Book Review - Water Diplomacy: A Negotiated Approach to Managing Complex Water Networks. Ground Water. 50(6):825-825.
Jarvis W. T.  2018.  Scientific Mediation Through Serious Gaming Facilitates Transboundary Groundwater Cooperation. Water Resources IMPACT. 20(3):2.
Jarvis W. T.  2014.  Contesting Hidden Waters: Hydrofracking and the Hydrohydra. Serie de Conferences en Hydrogeologie.
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.
Jarvis W. T, Stebbins A..  2012.  Examining Exempt Wells: Care for exempt wells provides opportunities for the water well industry.
Johnson RL, Steigerwald D, Cappaert M.  2002.  Analysis of Boater Pass Data on the Deschutes River.
Jung I-W, Chang H.  2012.  Climate change impacts on spatial patterns in drought risk in the Willamette River Basin, Oregon, USA. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. 108:355-371.
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Kagan JS, Nielsen EM, Noone MD, van Warmerdam JC, Wise LK, Kittel G, Copass C.  2012.  Lewis and Clark National Historic Park vegetation classification and mapping project report..
Kagan JS, Boyd JE, Wilkinson J, Howie S, Womble P, Potter J.  2011.  Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Cost/Benefit (NCHRP 25-25/Task 67).
Kagan JS, Brunner RL, Christy JA.  2019.  Classification of native vegetation of Oregon - 2019. Institute for Natural Resources, Portland State University, Portland, OR. :109pp.
Kagan JS, Cochran B, Maness N, Shilling F, Gaines L, Fiegener R, Howie S, Venner M, Bowen B.  2014.  SHRP2 CO6B Step 6: Crediting System Implementation.
Kagan JS, Ohmann JL, Gregory M, Tobalske C.  2008.  Land Cover Map for Map Zones 8 and 9 Developed from SAGEMAP, GNN, and SWReGAP: A Pilot for NWGAP. Gap Analysis Bulletin. (15)
Kagan JS, Borsuk M, Calder R, Creutzburg MK, Mason S, Olander L, Plantinga A.J., Robinson C.  2019.  Assessing Ecosystem Service Benefits from Military Installations. Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program, Project Number: RC18-1604.
Kagan JS, Christy JA, Murray MP, Titus JA.  2004.  Classification of Native Vegetation of Oregon.
Kagan JS, Gaines L.  2013.  Methods to develop a crediting strategy for transportation and metropolitan planning agencies. :19.
Kalinin A.  2013.  Right as rain? The value of water in Willamette Valley agriculture Applied Economics. MS:48.
Kanaga MK, Latta LC, Mock KE, Ryel RJ, Lindroth RL, Pfrender ME.  2009.  Plant genotypic diversity and environmental stress interact to negatively affect arthropod community diversity. Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 3(4):249-258.
Kanaga MK, Ryel RJ, Mock KE, Pfrender ME.  2008.  Quantitative-genetic variation in morphological and physiological traits within a quaking aspen ( Populus tremuloides ) population. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 38(6):1690-1694.
Kane R.  2004.  Plant-based Research and Application in the Northwest.
Kane R.  2004.  The Green Fuse: Using Plants to Provide Ecosystem Services.

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