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Photo of Caption: Retreating glaciers leave loose sediment exposed, increasing risk of large debris flows following heavy rain. Gordon Grant, Forest Service
ID: 352
Cascade volcanoes may be at greater risk for debris flows as climate warms

Scientists with the Pacific Northwest Research Station discovered previously unreported links between receding glaciers, areas of stagnant and d ...

Principal Investigator : Gordon Grant

Resource Management and Use2011PNW
Photo of The Marmot Dam on the Sandy River in Oregon was breached in October 2007 to improve habitat for salmon and steelhead. Gordon Grant, Forest Service
ID: 91
Dam Removal Produces Largest Release of Sediment in History

Four years of research on the Sandy River after the removal of the Marmot Dam provides guidance for future dam removals

Principal Investigator : Gordon Grant

Water, Air, and Soil2012PNW
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ID: 242
Deep groundwater mediates streamflow response to climate warming and will provide a major source of summer streamflow for the western U.S. in the future

Prior efforts to model streamflow trends, and hence the availability of water, under future climate scenarios in the Western United States focus ...

Principal Investigator : Gordon Grant

Water, Air, and Soil2010PNW
Photo of Diminishing snowpack will cause reductions in summer streamflows in the Pacific Northwest. Sasha Sulia, USDA Forest Service
ID: 519
New Maps Detail Areas Sensitive to Reduced Summer Streamflows as a Result of Climate Warming

New maps assist resource planners in the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board in assessing risk to ...

Principal Investigator : Gordon Grant

Water, Air, and Soil2013PNW