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Stan Gregory


Phone: (541) 737-1951
Fax: (541) 737-3590
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Oregon State University
Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife
Nash Hall 104
Corvallis, OR 97331
USA



Official position at address above: Professor
  
Roles/Affiliations: Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)
  
General Interests: Forest-stream interactions, decomposition, stream ecology, disturbance ecology, riparian ecology
  
Current Research Projects/Activities: Aquatic research at HJA LTER site
Restoration of Willamette River
Willamette River Basin future scenarios in a Landscape context
  
Intersite LTER/International Activities: Lotic Intersite Nitrogen Experiment

Study Areas

Core Areas
  
Habitat
  
Organisms
  
Components Biological Diversity --- Associate
Landscape Dynamics and Disturbance --- Key Person
Stream Ecology --- Leader



Publications

Swanson, Frederick J.; Johnson, Sherri L.; Gregory, Stanley V.; Acker, Steven A. 1998. Flood disturbance in a forested mountain landscape. BioScience. 48(9): 681-689. (Pub No: 2430)
Gregory, Stanley V. 1997. Riparian management in the 21st century. In: Kohm, Kathryn A.; Franklin, Jerry F., eds. Creating a forestry for the 21st century: the science of ecosystem management. Washington, DC; Covelo, CA: Island Press: 69-85. (Pub No: 2334)
Gregory, Stanley V.; Swanson, Frederick J.; McKee, W. Arthur; Cummins, Kenneth W. 1991. An ecosystem perspective of riparian zones: focus on links between land and water. BioScience. 41(8): 540-551. (Pub No: 954)
Gregory, Stan; Ashkenas, Linda. 1990. Riparian management guide, Willamette National Forest. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Willamette National Forest. 120 p. (Pub No: 1214)
Harmon, M. E.; Franklin, J. F.; Swanson, F. J.; Sollins, P.; Gregory, S. V.; Lattin, J. D.; Anderson, N. H.; Cline, S. P.; Aumen, N. G.; Sedell, J. R.; Lienkaemper, G. W.; Cromack, K. Jr.; Cummins, K. W. 1986. Ecology of coarse woody debris in temperate ecosystems. In: MacFadyen, A.; Ford, E. D., eds. Advances in ecological research. Orlando, FL: Academic Press, Inc.: 15: 133-302. (Pub No: 42)


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Hometown: Corvallis, OR
Personal Interests: Family, friends, fun