United States Department of Agriculture
Grant’s work on the hydro-ecological impacts of dams, such as those on the Deschutes, Sandy, and Clackamas Rivers, has provided a comprehensive understanding of the hydrogeomorphic and geologic effects of dam removal, which is becoming a rising concern and opportunity for river management in the United States.
Grant has always dedicated himself to outreach and has been consulted by state legislatures, the Chief of the Forest Service, and members of Congress. He also pursues a broad range of communication activities and public science education and is deeply committed to serving as a mentor to junior faculty and graduate students. He now has over 130 published papers, many of which have become required reading in university classes on fluvial geomorphology.
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