Short Takes: Oregon Section Cosponsors Amicus Curiae Brief

A Proposed State Process for Establishing Marine Reserves in Oregon

Restoration of Western River Ecosystems: Klamath Basin Historical Review

Development and Application of a Decision Support System for Municipal Water Infrastructure Planning: Challenges and Successes
Many water utilities across the country continue to face the challenge of intelligent planning for cost effective, efficient operation, larger demands, stricter government regulations,...

Three-Dimensional Modeling of Temperature Stratification and Density-Driven Circulation in Lake Billy Chinook, Oregon

Natural Tracers of Coastal Sediments
The properties of natural sediments can be used to determine their sources and to trace their transport paths through coastal environments. These properties include the mineralogies of...

Physical and Computational Modeling of Bridge Scour at Oregon Inlet, North Carolina

The Tualatin River: A Water Quality Challenge

Integration of Broad-Based Community Values in Urban Stormwater Management

Coastal Change—Scales of Processes and Dimensions of Problems

Great Earthquakes, Abundant Sand, and High Wave Energy in the Columbia Cell, U.S.A.

Evaluating Alternatives for Capacity Expansion: Ensuring Reliable Water for the Portland, Oregon, Area
(No paper) The Portland Water Bureau is currently evaluating its water supply expansion alternatives. Like many water bureaus responsible for supplying water to both in-city customers...

Earthquake-Induced Rock Fall and Slide Hazard along U.S. Highway 97 and Oregon Highway 140 near Klamath Falls, Oregon

Lessons Learned in a Level-Two HAZUS Analysis for Buildings and Lifelines in the Portland, Oregon, Metropolitan Region

Risk Assessment and Risk Management in Oregon

Bayes Decision Procedure Model for Post-Earthquake Emergency Response

Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment for Lifelines, Part 2: Case Study for the Portland, Oregon, Water Supply System

An Innovative Approach to the Rehabilitation of a Collapsed 72-Inch, 90-Foot Deep Storm Sewer in the City of Portland, Oregon

Effect of Access Management on the Design of Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities

Clean Air Act Implications for the Analysis of Transportation Land Use Strategies

 

 

 

 

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