Stan Gregory

Stan Gregory Professor of Fisheries

Oregon State University
Department of Fisheries & Wildlife

Research Interests:

Stream ecosystems: channel dynamics, woody debris, water chemistry, benthic algae, invertebrates, fish, salamanders, and riparian vegetation. landscape perspectives for streaam ecosystems. Influence of human activities on ecosystem structure and function. Historical reconstruction of rivers and riparian forests. Development of restoration perspectives and practices that are consistent with natural stream processes.

Role in Consortium:

Administration of Consortium and OSU component. Analysis of processes and patterns that shape aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems at landscape scales. Evaluate network and patchwork features of landscapes and the influence of humans on these types of landscape function. Reconstruct historical structure of river networks and riparian forests from surveys, maps, and documents. Evaluate patterns of historical change as a basis for developing restoration strategies and design future human development.

Phone: 541-737-1951
FAX: 541-737-3590


Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Nash Hall, Room #104
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-3803

Educational Background:

Ph.D. - Fisheries, Oregon State University, 1980
M.S. - Fisheries, Oregon State University, 1974
B.S. - Zoology, University of Tennessee, 1971