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Theodore (Ted) Grantham
Theodore (Ted) Grantham
Department of Environmental Science, Policy & Management, University of California - Berkeley
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Sustainable water management under future uncertainty with eco-engineering decision scaling
NLR Poff, CM Brown, TE Grantham, JH Matthews, MA Palmer, ...
Nature Climate Change 6 (1), 25-34, 2016
5002016
100 years of California’s water rights system: patterns, trends and uncertainty
TE Grantham, JH Viers
Environmental Research Letters 9 (8), 084012, 2014
1472014
A functional flows approach to selecting ecologically relevant flow metrics for environmental flow applications
SM Yarnell, ED Stein, JA Webb, T Grantham, RA Lusardi, J Zimmerman, ...
River Research and Applications 36 (2), 318-324, 2020
1242020
Climatic influences and anthropogenic stressors: an integrated framework for streamflow management in Mediterranean‐climate California, USA
TE Grantham, AM Merenlender, VH Resh
Freshwater Biology 55, 188-204, 2010
1122010
High variability is a defining component of Mediterranean-climate rivers and their biota
N Cid, N Bonada, SM Carlson, TE Grantham, A Gasith, VH Resh
Water 9 (1), 52, 2017
1052017
The role of streamflow and land use in limiting oversummer survival of juvenile steelhead in California streams
TE Grantham, DA Newburn, MA McCarthy, AM Merenlender
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141 (3), 585-598, 2012
912012
Response of stream invertebrates to short-term salinization: a mesocosm approach
M Cañedo-Argüelles, TE Grantham, I Perrée, M Rieradevall, ...
Environmental Pollution 166, 144-151, 2012
762012
Restoring mediterranean-climate rivers
GM Kondolf, K Podolak, TE Grantham
Hydrobiologia 719, 527-545, 2013
752013
Systematic screening of dams for environmental flow assessment and implementation
TE Grantham, JH Viers, PB Moyle
BioScience 64 (11), 1006-1018, 2014
672014
Refuges and ecological traps: Extreme drought threatens persistence of an endangered fish in intermittent streams
R Vander Vorste, M Obedzinski, S Nossaman Pierce, SM Carlson, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (7), 3834-3845, 2020
652020
Patterns and magnitude of flow alteration in California, USA
JKH Zimmerman, DM Carlisle, JT May, KR Klausmeyer, TE Grantham, ...
Freshwater Biology 63 (8), 859-873, 2018
592018
Water management in mediterranean river basins: a comparison of management frameworks, physical impacts, and ecological responses
TE Grantham, R Figueroa, N Prat
Hydrobiologia 719, 451-482, 2013
552013
Dam removal and anadromous salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) conservation in California
RM Quinones, TE Grantham, BN Harvey, JD Kiernan, M Klasson, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 25, 195-215, 2015
542015
A mesocosm approach for detecting stream invertebrate community responses to treated wastewater effluent
TE Grantham, M Cañedo-Argüelles, I Perrée, M Rieradevall, N Prat
Environmental pollution 160, 95-102, 2012
532012
Restoring rivers and floodplains for habitat and flood risk reduction: experiences in multi-benefit floodplain management from California and Germany
A Serra-Llobet, SC Jähnig, J Geist, GM Kondolf, C Damm, M Scholz, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 9, 778568, 2022
462022
Shifting currents: Managing freshwater systems for ecological resilience in a changing climate
TE Grantham, JH Matthews, BP Bledsoe
Water Security 8, 100049, 2019
462019
Water transactions for streamflow restoration, water supply reliability, and rural economic vitality in the western United States
E Kendy, B Aylward, LS Ziemer, BD Richter, BG Colby, TE Grantham, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 54 (2), 487-504, 2018
462018
Biological relevance of streamflow metrics: Regional and national perspectives
DM Carlisle, TE Grantham, K Eng, DM Wolock
Freshwater Science 36 (4), 927-940, 2017
452017
Patterns of freshwater species richness, endemism, and vulnerability in California
JK Howard, KR Klausmeyer, KA Fesenmyer, J Furnish, T Gardali, ...
PLoS One 10 (7), e0130710, 2015
452015
Growers say cannabis legalization excludes small growers, supports illicit markets, undermines local economies
H Bodwitch, J Carah, KM Daane, CM Getz, TE Grantham, GM Hickey, ...
California Agriculture 73 (3), 2019
432019
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