SCIENCE JOURNAL: Winter-run Chinook salmon, GHG reductions and economics in the Delta, and landscape-scale restoration highlighted in latest issue of San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science

The latest issue of the San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science is now available online.

Research highlighted in this month’s issue:

Science Advancements Key to Increasing Management Value of Life Stage Monitoring Networks for Endangered Sacramento River Winter-Run Chinook Salmon in California
Rachel C. Johnson, Sean Windell, Patricia L. Brandes, J. Louise Conrad, John Ferguson, Pascale A. L. Goertler, Brett N. Harvey, Joseph Heublein, Joshua A. Israel, Daniel W. Kratville, Joseph E. Kirsch, Russell W. Perry, Joseph Pisciotto, William R. Poytress, Kevin Reece, and Brycen G. Swart

Implications for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions and Economics of a Changing Agricultural Mosaic in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta
Steven Deverel, Paul Jacobs, Christina Lucero, Sabina Dore, T. Rodd Kelsey
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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 and its watersheds, and the adjacent coastal ocean. SFEWS is co-sponsored by the U.C. Davis John Muir Institute of the Environment and the Delta Stewardship Council.

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