SAN FRANCISCO ESTUARY & WATERSHED SCIENCE: Salt marsh harvest mouse recovery, Salmon resilience and survival, Submerged aquatic vegetation, DSM-2 evaluation

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

In this month’s issue:

ESSAY

Towards Salt Marsh Harvest Mouse Recovery: Research Priorities

Katherine R. Smith, Melissa K. Riley, Laureen Barthman–Thompson, Mark J. Statham, Sarah Estrella, and Douglas A. Kelt
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RESEARCH

Towards Salt Marsh Harvest Mouse Recovery: A Review
Katherine R. Smith, Melissa K. Riley, Laureen Barthman–Thompson, Isa Woo, Mark J. Statham, Sarah Estrella, and Douglas A. Kelt
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Managing for Salmon Resilience in California’s Variable and Changing Climate
Bruce Herbold, Stephanie M. Carlson, Rene Henery, Rachel C. Johnson, Nate Mantua, Michelle McClure, Peter B. Moyle, and Ted Sommer
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Survival of Juvenile Chinook Salmon in the Yolo Bypass and the Lower Sacramento River, California
Myfanwy E. Johnston, Anna E. Steel, Matthew Espe, Ted Sommer, A. Peter Klimley, Philip Sandstrom, and David Smith
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The Effect of Submersed Aquatic Vegetation on Invertebrates Important in the Diets of Juvenile Largemouth Bass, Micropterus salmoides
Matthew J. Young, J. Louise Conrad, Andrew J. Bibian, and Andrew Sih
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Evaluation of the Delta Simulation Model-2 in Computing Tidally Driven Flows in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta
Vamsi K. Sridharan, Stephen G. Monismith, Oliver B. Fringer, and Derek A. Fong
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