D. Hulse, A. Branscomb, C. Enright, J. Bolte. (2008) Anticipating floodplain trajectories through alternative futures analysis.Journal of Landscape Ecology. DOI:10.1007/s10980-008-9255-2. 24 pp.
Confluence Island: an assessment of current and future opportunities for ecological restoration at the confluence of the McKenzie and Willamette Rivers. (2008) prepared for Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission, Wastewater Division City of Eugene Public Works. October 2008. 30 pp.
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Linking cold-water refuges into a biologically effective network in the southern Willamette River floodplain: outlining key locations and knowledge gaps. (2008) prepared for US Environmental Protection Agency. 33 pp.
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D. HULSE, S. GREGORY. (2004) Integrating resilience into floodplain restoration. Journal of Urban Ecology. Special Issue on Large-Scale Ecosystem Studies: Emerging trends in urban and regional ecology. Vol. 7, No. 3&4.
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D. HULSE, A. BRANSCOMB, S. PAYNE. (2004) Envisioning Alternatives: using citizen guidance tomap future land and water use. Journal of Ecological Applications. v. 14, no. 2, pp. 325-341.
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D. HULSE, S. GREGORY, J. BAKER. (EDS). (2002) Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas: Trajectories of
environmental and ecological change. (2nd edition), Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon 97333. 180 p.
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D. HULSE and S.V. GREGORY (2001) Alternative Futures as an integrative
framework for riparian restoration of large rivers, chapter 9 in Applying
Ecological Principles to Land Management, V.H. Dale and R. Haeuber (eds.). Springer-Verlag, New York. Pp. 194-212. ISBN 0-387-95099-0.
D. HULSE and R. RIBE (2000) Land conversion and the production of wealth. Ecological Applications. 10(3). Pp. 679-682.
D. HULSE, J. EILERS, K, FREEMARK, D. WHITE, C.HUMMON (2000). Planning alternative future landscapes in Oregon: evaluating effects on water quality and biodiversity., Landscape Journal 19(2): 1-19.
D. HULSE,(ED.), A. BRANSCOMB, J. GOICOCHEA-DUCLOS, S. GREGORY, L. ASHKENAS, P. MINEAR, S. PAYNE, D. RICHEY, H. DEARBORN, J. CHRISTY, E. ALVERSON, M. RICHMOND(1998). Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas, (1st edition) ISBN 0-9665402-0-4, Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403. 72 p.
GREGORY, S.V., D.W. HULSE, D.H. LANDERS, E. WHITELAW (1998). Integration of biophysical and socio-economic patterns in riparian restoration of large rivers, in Hydrology in a Changing Environment, H. Wheater and C. Kirby (eds.), vol. I, Theme 2 Ecological and hydrological interactions, D. Gilvear editor, John Wiley and Sons, Chicester. pp. 231-247.
R. RIBE, R. MORGANTI, D. HULSE, R. SHULL (1998). A management driven investigation of landscape patterns of northern spotted owl nesting
territories in the high Cascades of Oregon. Journal of Landscape Ecology. 13: pp. 1-13.
D. HULSE, L. GOORJIAN, D. RICHEY, M. FLAXMAN, C. HUMMON, D. WHITE, K. FREEMARK, J. EILERS, J. BERNERT, K. VACHE, J. KAYTES and D. DIETHELM (1997). Possible Futures for the Muddy Creek Watershed, Benton County, Oregon. Institute For A Sustainable Environment., University of Oregon., Eugene, Oregon 97403. 90 pp.
K. FREEMARK, C. HUMMON, D. WHITE and D. HULSE (1996). Modeling risks tobiodiversity in past, present and future landscapes., Technical Report No. 268, Canadian Wildlife Service, Headquarters, Environment Canada, Ottawa. K1A 0H3. 60 pp.