Sturgeon, nutrients, salmon genetics, and California black rails in the latest edition of the San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science journal

sfews logoIn the latest issue of the San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science Journal:

Research Articles

Sturgeon in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Watershed: New Insights to Support Conservation Management  
A. Peter Klimley, Eric D. Chapman, Joseph J. Cech Jr., Dennis E. Cocherell, Nann A. Fangue, Marty Gingras, et al.
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Riverine Nutrient Trends in the Sacramento and San Joaquin River Basins, California: A Comparison to State and Regional Water Quality Policies  
Brandon Schlegel and Joseph L. Domagalski
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You Can’t Unscramble an Egg: Population Genetic Structure of Oncorhynchus mykiss in the California Central Valley Inferred from Combined Microsatellite and SNP Data  
Devon E. Pearse and John Carlos Garza
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Distribution and Habitat Associations of California Black Rail (Laterallus jamaicensis coturniculus)  in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta 
Danika C. Tsao, Ronald E. Melcer, Jr., and Michael Bradbury
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About San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science: San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science is an open access, peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes research about the science and resource management of San Francisco Bay, the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, its watersheds, and adjacent coastal ocean. SFEWS is co-sponsored by the UC Davis John Muir Institute of the Environment and the Delta Stewardship Council.

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