desiree tullos
desiree tullos
Professor of Water Resources Engineering, Oregon State University
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Assessing the influence of environmental impact assessments on science and policy: an analysis of the Three Gorges Project
D Tullos
Journal of environmental management 90, S208-S223, 2009
Cumulative biophysical impact of small and large hydropower development in Nu River, China
KM Kibler, DD Tullos
Water Resources Research 49 (6), 3104-3118, 2013
Modeling the costs and benefits of dam construction from a multidisciplinary perspective
PH Brown, D Tullos, B Tilt, D Magee, AT Wolf
Journal of environmental management 90, S303-S311, 2009
Analysis of functional traits in reconfigured channels: implications for the bioassessment and disturbance of river restoration
DD Tullos, DL Penrose, GD Jennings, WG Cope
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28 (1), 80-92, 2009
Variability in effect of climate change on rain-on-snow peak flow events in a temperate climate
CG Surfleet, D Tullos
Journal of Hydrology 479, 24-34, 2013
Dam removal: Listening in
MM Foley, JR Bellmore, JE O'Connor, JJ Duda, AE East, GE Grant, ...
Water Resources Research 53 (7), 5229-5246, 2017
A Brief review of flood forecasting techniques and their applications
SK Jain, P Mani, SK Jain, P Prakash, VP Singh, D Tullos, S Kumar, ...
International journal of river basin management 16 (3), 329-344, 2018
Geomorphic responses to dam removal in the United States–a two-decade perspective
JJ Major, AE East, JE O’Connor, GE Grant, AC Wilcox, CS Magirl, ...
Gravel-bed rivers 10 (9781118971437), 355-383, 2017
Selection of hydrologic modeling approaches for climate change assessment: A comparison of model scale and structures
CG Surfleet, D Tullos, H Chang, IW Jung
Journal of Hydrology 464, 233-248, 2012
Geomorphic and ecological disturbance and recovery from two small dams and their removal
DD Tullos, DS Finn, C Walter
PLoS One 9 (9), e108091, 2014
Learning from dam removal monitoring: challenges to selecting experimental design and establishing significance of outcomes
KM Kibler, DD Tullos, GM Kondolf
River Research and Applications 27 (8), 967-975, 2011
Evolving Expectations of Dam Removal Outcomes: Downstream Geomorphic Effects Following Removal of a Small, Gravel‐Filled Dam1
K Kibler, D Tullos, M Kondolf
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 47 (2), 408-423, 2011
Synthesis of common management concerns associated with dam removal
DD Tullos, MJ Collins, JR Bellmore, JA Bountry, PJ Connolly, PB Shafroth, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 52 (5), 1179-1206, 2016
Uncertainty in hydrologic modelling for estimating hydrologic response due to climate change (Santiam River, Oregon)
CG Surfleet, D Tullos
Hydrological Processes 27 (25), 3560-3576, 2013
Uncertainty in hydrologic modelling for estimating hydrologic response due to climate change (Santiam River, Oregon)
CG Surfleet, D Tullos
Hydrological Processes 27 (25), 3560-3576, 2013
Understanding and linking the biophysical, socio economic and geopolitical effects of dams.
D Tullos, B Tilt, CR Liermann
Journal of environmental management 90 (Supplement 3), 2009
Finding water scarcity amid abundance using human–natural system models
WK Jaeger, A Amos, DP Bigelow, H Chang, DR Conklin, R Haggerty, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (45), 11884-11889, 2017
Reliability, sensitivity, and vulnerability of reservoir operations under climate change
MC Mateus, D Tullos
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 143 (4), 04016085, 2017
Downstream channel changes after a small dam removal: using aerial photos and measurement error for context; Calapooia River, Oregon
C Walter, DD Tullos
River Research and Applications 26 (10), 1220-1245, 2010
Development and application of a bioindicator for benthic habitat enhancement in the North Carolina Piedmont
DD Tullos, DL Penrose, GD Jennings
Ecological engineering 27 (3), 228-241, 2006
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