SAN FRANCISCO ESTUARY & WATERSHED SCIENCE: Water ‘wasted to sea’, multi-objective ecological flow management, Central Valley spring-run chinook salmon data, and more …

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

ESSAY

  • Accounting for Water ‘Wasted to the Sea’  Jeffrey Mount, Ellen Hanak, Greg Gartrell, and Brian Gray  DOI // URL

RESEARCH

  • Improving Multi-Objective Ecological Flow Management with Flexible Priorities and Turn-Taking: A Case Study from the Sacramento River and Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta  Clint A. D. Alexander, Frank Poulsen, Donald C. E. Robinson, Brian O. Ma, and Ryan A. Luster: DOI // URL
  • Physical and Biological Responses to Flow in a Tidal Freshwater Slough Complex  Jared Frantzich, Ted Sommer, and Brian Schreier: DOI // URL
  • Central Valley Spring-Run Chinook Salmon and Ocean Fisheries: Data Availability and Management Possibilities  William H. Satterthwaite, Flora Cordoleani, Michael R. O’Farrell, Brett Kormos, and Michael S. Mohr: DOI // URL

About the San Francisco Estuary & Watershed Science Journal:  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.  

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