Latest issue of San Francisco Estuary & Watershed Science looks at the status of salmon in the Central Valley in 2100 and modeling in the Delta

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In this issue:  Forecasting the Status of Wild Salmon in the Central Valley in 2100, Three-Dimensional Modeling of Hydrodynamics and Salinity in the San Francisco Estuary, and Modeling Tidal Freshwater Marsh Sustainability in the Delta

POLICY AND PROGRAM ANALYSIS

Forecasting the Most Likely Status of Wild Salmon in the California Central Valley in 2100; Sierra E. Franks and Robert T. Lackey

RESEARCH

Three-Dimensional Modeling of Hydrodynamics and Salinity in the San Francisco Estuary: An Evaluation of Model Accuracy, X2, and the Low-Salinity Zone; Michael L. MacWilliams, Aaron J. Bever, Edward S. Gross, Gerard S. Ketefian, and Wim Kimmerer

Modeling Tidal Freshwater Marsh Sustainability in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta Under a Broad Suite of Potential Scenarios; Kathleen M. Swanson, Judith Z. Drexler, Christopher C. Fuller, and David H. Schoellhamer

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