The latest issue of the San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science journal now available

sfews logoSpecial issue includes the first five chapters of the State of Bay Delta Science 2016 and more …

The latest issue of the San Francisco Estuary Watershed & Science is now available.  In this issue:

RESEARCH

Historical and Future Relations Between Large Storms and Droughts in California
Michael Dettinger
DOI  // URL

A Water Balance Model to Estimate Flow Through the Old and Middle River Corridor  
Stephen W. Andrews, Edward S. Gross, and Paul H. Hutton
DOI // URL

3-D Simulations of the San Francisco Estuary with Subgrid Bathymetry to Explore Long-Term Trends in Salinity Distribution and Fish Abundance  
Michael MacWilliams, Aaron J. Bever, and Erin Foresman
DOI // URL

POLICY AND PROGRAM ANALYSIS

Benefits of Economic Costs of Managed Aquifer Recharge in California 
Debra Perrone and Melissa Merri Rodhe
DOI // URL

SPECIAL ISSUE: THE STATE OF BAY–DELTA SCIENCE 2016, PART 1

The State of Bay–Delta Science 2016: An Introduction  
Michael Healey, Peter Goodwin, Michael Dettinger, and Richard Norgaard
DOI // URL

Delta Smelt: Life History and Decline of a Once-Abundant Species in the San Francisco Estuary  
Peter B. Moyle, Larry R. Brown, John R. Durand, and James A. Hobbs
DOI // URL

Anadromous Salmonids in the Delta: New Science 2006–2016  
Russell W. Perry, Rebecca A. Buchanan, Patricia L. Brandes, Jon R. Burau, and Joshua A. Israel
DOI // URL

Predation on Fishes in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta: Current Knowledge and Future Directions  
Gary D. Grossman
DOI // URL

The Delta as Changing Landscapes  
John Wiens, Letitia Grenier, Robin Grossinger, and Michael Healey
DOI // URL

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