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Julia Jones


Phone: (541) 737-1224
Fax: (541) 737-1200
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Oregon State University
Department of Geosciences
Wilkinson Hall 104
Corvallis, OR 97331-5506
USA


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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, MD
MA, 1980, International Relations, Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies, Washington, DC and Bologna, Italy
BA, 1977,Economics
  
Roles/Affiliations: Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)
  
Principal Collaborators: B.J. Bond, K. Vache, F.J. Swanson, B.C. Wemple, R. Perkins, S. Johnson, S. Sheehy, T. Perry
  
General Interests: 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

Study Areas

Core Areas Inorganic Fluxes
Disturbance
  
Habitat Forest
Streams
  
Organisms Soil
  
Components Climatology --- Key Person
Hydrology --- Leader
Landscape Dynamics and Disturbance --- Key Person
Vegetation --- Associate



Publications

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)