Recent Publications by the OSU Water Research Community

Below are lists of recent OSU publications related to fresh water research.  Each publication has at least one author affiliated with Oregon State University.  Links to publications are also distributed through H2OSU, the campus water newsletter.

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Giordano M, Drieschova A, Duncan JA, Sayama Y, De Stefano L, Wolf AT.  2014.  A review of the evolution and state of transboundary freshwater treaties. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics. 14(3):245-264.

OSU author: Wolf

Bermek H, Catal T, Akan SS, Ulutaş MS, Kumru M, Özgüven M, Liu H, Özçelik B, Akarsubaşı AT.  2014.  Olive mill wastewater treatment in single-chamber air-cathode microbial fuel cells. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 30(4):1177-1185.

OSU authors: Catal and Liu

Liu Z, Higgins CW.  2014.  Does temperature affect the accuracy of vented pressure transducer in fine-scale water level measurement? Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems Discussions. 4(2):533-561.

OSU authors: Liu, Higgins

Stewart RD, Liu Z, Rupp DE, Higgins CW, Selker JS.  2014.  A new instrument to measure plot-scale runoff. Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems Discussions. 4(2):589-608.

OSU authors: Liu, Rupp, Higgins, Selker

Stewart RD, Najm AMR, Rupp DE, Selker JS.  2014.  Nondestructive Quantification of Macropore Volume using Shear-Thinning Fluid. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 78(2):445.

OSU authors: Stewart, Rupp, and Selker

O'Donnell Meininger T, Selker JS.  2014.  Technical Note: Bed conduction impact on fiber optic DTS water temperature measurements. Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems Discussions. 4(2):375-384.

OSU authors: Meininger, Selker