- Regents Professor, School of Geographical Sciences
Sabo, J. L., T. Sinha, L. C. Bowling, G. H. Schoups, W. W. Wallender, M. E. Campana, K. A. Cherkauer, P. L. Fuller, W. L. Graf, J. W. Hopmans, J. S. Kominoski, C. Taylor, S. W. Trimble, R. H. Webb and E. E. Wohl. 2010. Reclaiming freshwater sustainability in the Cadillac Desert. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107(50):21263-21270. (link )
Kuby, M. J., W. F. Fagan, C. S. ReVelle and W. L. Graf. 2005. A multiobjective optimization for dam removal: An example trading off salmon passage with hydropower and water storage in the Willamette basin. Advances in Water Resources 28(2005):845-855. DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2004.12.015. (link )
Graf, W. L. 2001. Damage control: Restoring the physical integrity of America's rivers. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 91(1):1-27. DOI: 10.1111/0004-5608.00231. (link )
Graf, W. L. 2000. Locational probability for a dammed, urbanizing stream, Salt River, Arizona.. Environmental Management 25(3):321-335. DOI: 10.1007/s002679910025. (link )
Graf, W. L. 1992. Science, public policy, and Western American Rivers.. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 5-19.
Graf, W. L., S. L. Clark, M. T. Kammerer, T. Lehman, K. Randall and R. Schroeder. 1991. Geomorphology of heavy metals in the sediments of Queen Creek, Arizona, USA. Catena 18(6):567-582. DOI: 10.1016/0341-8162(91)90039-Z. (link )
Graf, W. L. 1988. Science, engineering, and the law on western Sunbelt rivers. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 43(3):221-225. (link )
Graf, W. L. 1984. Thinking Like a River: Reflections on the Gila. Arizona Waterline 1-4.
Graf, W. L. 1983. Flood-related channel change in an arid-region river Salt River, Arizona. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 8(2):125-139. DOI: 10.1002/esp.3290080204. (link )
Graf, W. L. 1982. Tamarisk and river-channel management. Environmental Management 6(4):283-296. DOI: 10.1007/BF01875060. (link )
Graf, W. L. 1982. The work of floods on Arizona Rivers. Arizona Weather Word 1-2.
Fall, P. L., G. Kelso and V. Markgraf. 1981. Paleoenvironmental reconstruction at Canyon del Muerto, Arizona, based on principal-components analysis.. Journal of Archaeological Science 297-307.
Graf, W. L. 1981. Channel instability in a braided, sand bed river. Water Resources Research 17(4):1087-1094. DOI: 10.1029/WR017i004p01087. (link )
Graf, W. L. 1980. Riparian management: A flood control perspective. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 35(4):158-161.
Graf, W. L. 1978. Fluvial adjustments to the spread of tamarisk in the Colorado Plateau region. Geological Society of America Bulletin 89(81005):1491-1501. (link )
Graf, W. L. and K. E. Randall. 1997. The Physical Integrity of Arizona Rivers: A Guidance Document for River Management. Arizona Department of Environental Quality. Phoenix.
Graf, W. L. 1988. The Salt and Gila Rivers in Central Arizona: A Geographic Field Trip Guide. Department of Geography, Arizona State University. Tempe.
Graf, W. L. 1988. Fluvial Processes in Dryland Rivers. Springer-Verlag. Berlin. ISBN: 978-0387175911.
Graf, W. L. 1985. The Colorado River: Instability and Basin Management. Association of American Geographers. Washington D.C.. ISBN: 978-0892911868.
Graf, W. L. 1984. Review of the US Geological Survey Phreatophyte Project. US Army Corps of Engineers, Phoenix Urban Study Of. Phoenix.
Graf, W. L. 1982. Dynamics and Control of Phreatophytes along the Upper Gila River, Southeast Arizona. US Army Corps of Engineers, Phoenix Urban Study Of. Phoenix.
Graf, W. L. 1982. Recent Channel Changes on the Salt River, Phoenix and Tempe, Arizona. Goldstein, Kingsley, and Myers, Inc.. Phoenix.
Graf, W. L. 1981. Channel Changes in the Salt River, Phoenix Metropolitan Area, Maricopa County, Arizona. US Army Corps of Engineers, Phoenix Urban Study Of. Phoenix.
Graf, W. L. 1980. Channel Migration in the Gila River, Central Arizona. US Army Corps of Engineers, Phoenix Urban Study Of. Phoenix.
Graf, W. L. 1979. Introduction and Growth of Phreatophytes in the Channels of the Salt and Gila Rivers, Central Arizona. US Army Corps of Engineers, Phoenix Urban Study Of. Phoenix.
Graf, W. L. 1979. Potential Control Measures for Phreatophytes in the Channels of the Salt and Gila Rivers, Arizona. US Army Corps of Engineers, Phoenix Urban Study Of. Phoenix.
Graf, W. L. 1996. Geomorphology and policy for Restoration of Impounded American Rivers: What is "Natural"?. Pp. 443-473 In: Rhoads, B. L. and C. R. Thorn eds., John Wiley and Sons. New York.
Graf, W. L. 1993. Landscapes, commodities, and ecosystems: The relationship between policy and science for American rivers.. Pp. 11-42 National Academy Press. Washington, DC.
Graf, W. L. 1988. Definition of flood plains along arid-region rivers. Pp. 231-242 In: Baker, V. R., R. C. Kochel and P. C. Patton eds., Flood Geomorphology. John Wiley and Sons. New York. ISBN: 978-0471625582.
Figueredo, P. H., F. C. Chuang and W. L. Graf. 1999. Analysis of temporal amd spatial changes in the upper 48th Street reach of the Salt River using GIS (IIDRISI). Poster presented at the 22 January 1999, CAP LTER First Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe.
Graf, W. L. 1999. The locational probability of the Salt River, Arizona. Presented at March 1999, Association of American Geographers 95th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI.
Moreau, J. M., G. E. Morrisey and W. L. Graf. 1998. GIS analysis of channel changes in the upper rural reach of the Salt River. Presented at August, Arizona Geographic Information Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
Graf, W. L., L. Aben, L. Amoroso, J. R. Anderson, J. Armstrong, J. B. Bartley, V. Beauchamp, J. R. Cox, J. Curro, B. Dveris, J. W. Edmonds, S. Fairchild, K. C. Fergason, M. Fonstad, R. Gomes, S. J. Hall, M. Henze, G. Hilley, J. Johnson, C. Johnson, J. Keane, C. Levine, S. McGuire, C. O'Day, E. Prudhomme, R. Richter, W. J. Roach, M. Roberge, N. Villa, R. Vose, Z. Washburn, J. R. Welter and M. Zoldack. 1999. Hydraulics and history: Channel change on the Salt River in the Phoenix metropolitan area. As part of the CAP LTER project. Student and faculty created book containing preliminary research results. .
Graf, W. L., S. Brinegar, F. C. Chuang, J. W. Edmonds, P. H. Figueredo, A. Gheling, A. Hargrove, J. James, J. M. Moreau, G. E. Morrisey, M. Roberge, H. Stenner, H. Triplett, R. Vose, L. Waite and K. K. Williams. 1998. Recent channel changes in the Salt River, Phoenix, Arizona. As part of the Central Arizona - Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research Project, Center for Environmental Studies, Ari.
Ohmart, R. D., L. H. Myers, W. L. Graf, M. Hurley, D. M. Green, J. H. Brock and C. D. Zisner. 1998. Rapid assessment of riparian systems. Report submitted to Arizona Game and Fish Department.
Graf, W. L., P. J. Beyer, J. L. Rice and T. A. Wasklewisz. 1994. Geomorphic Assessment of the Lower Gila River, West Central Arizona. Department of Geography, Arizona State University. Contract Report DACW09-94-0121, Phase 1.
Graf, W. L., P. J. Beyer, T. A. Wasklewicz and J. L. Rice. 1994. Geomorphic Assessment of the Lower Salt River, Central Arizona. Department of Geography, Arizona State University. DACW09-94-0121, Phase II.