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Oregon State UniversityDepartment of Geosciences Wilkinson Hall 104Corvallis, OR 97331-5506USA
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Official position at address above:
Professor, Geosciences (Adjunct, Forest Science)
Educational Institutions attended:
Ph.D., 1983, Geography and Environmental Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MDMA, 1980, International Relations, Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies, Washington, DC and Bologna, ItalyBA, 1977,Economics
Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)
B.J. Bond, K. Vache, F.J. Swanson, B.C. Wemple, R. Perkins, S. Johnson, S. Sheehy, T. Perry
Ecosystem informatics, spatial and temporal trends in streamflow, disturbance and landscape ecology, soils
Current Research Projects/Activities:
Small watershed synthesis intersite hydrology landscape and disturbance ecology climate history
Intersite LTER/International Activities:
Intersite hydrology - comparison of LTER long-term streamflow and climate records
Climatology --- Key Person
Hydrology --- Leader
Landscape Dynamics and Disturbance --- Key Person
Vegetation --- Associate
Czarnomski, Nicole M.; Dreher, David M.; Snyder, Kai U.; Jones, Julia A.; Swanson, Frederick J. 2008. Dynamics of wood in stream networks of the western Cascades Range, Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 38: 2236-2248.
(Pub No: 4014)
Committee on Hydrologic Impacts of Forest Management, National Research Council Julia A. Jones vice-chair. 2008. Hydrologic effects of a changing forest landscape . Washington, DC: The National Academy of Sciences. 168 p.
(Pub No: 4275)
Perkins, Reed M.; Jones, Julia A. 2008. Climate variability, snow, and physiographic controls on storm hydrographs in small forested basins, western Cascades, Oregon. Hydrological Processes. 22: 4949-4964.
(Pub No: 4276)
Jones, Julia A.; Post, David A. 2004. Seasonal and successional streamflow response to forest cutting and regrowth in the northwest and eastern United States. Water Resources Research. 40: W05203, doi: 10.1029/2003WR002952.
(Pub No: 2787)
Parendes, Laurie A.; Jones, Julia A. 2000. Role of light availability and dispersal in exotic plant invasion along roads and streams in the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Oregon. Conservation Biology. 14(1): 64-75.
(Pub No: 2522)
Jones, J. A. 2000. Hydrologic processes and peak discharge response to forest removal, regrowth, and roads in 10 small experimental basins, western Cascades, Oregon. Water Resources Research. 36(9): 2621-2642.
(Pub No: 2567)
Powers, Jennifer Sarah; Sollins, Phillip; Harmon, Mark E.; Jones, Julia A. 1999. Plant-pest interactions in time and space: a Douglas-fir bark beetle outbreak as a case study. Landscape Ecology. 14: 105-120.
(Pub No: 2579)
Post, D. A.; Grant, G. E.; Jones, J. A. 1998. New developments in ecological hydrology expand research opportunities. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union. 79(43): 517, 526.
(Pub No: 2536)
Swanson, Frederick J.; Jones, Julia A.; Grant, Gordon E. 1997. The physical environment as a basis for managing ecosystems. 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: 229-238.
(Pub No: 2287)
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