SF ESTUARY & WATERSHED SCIENCE: Ecocultural equality and restoration, Use of captive-reared Delta smelt for species recovery, Outflow and salt intrusion in the Delta; and more …

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

Ecocultural Equality in the Miwkoʔ Waaliʔ
Don L. Hankins
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RESEARCH

Western and Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Ecocultural Restoration
Joy B. Zedler and Michelle L. Stevens
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Considerations for the Use of Captive-Reared Delta Smelt for Species Recovery and Research
JoAnna Lessard, Brad Cavallo, Paul Anders, Ted Sommer, Brian Schreier, Daphne Gille, Andrew Schultz, Oliver Burgess, and Robert Clarke
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Zooplankton Dynamics in the Cache Slough Complex of the Upper San Francisco Estuary
Wim Kimmerer, Toni R. Ignoffo, Brooke Bemowski, Julien Modéran, and Ann Holmes
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Survival, Tag Retention, Growth, and Wound Healing of Juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) Surgically Implanted with a Dummy Acoustic Tag
Kristen Towne and Patricia L. Brandes
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A Comparison of Outflow and Salt Intrusion in the Pre-Development and Contemporary San Francisco Estuary
Edward S. Gross, Paul H. Hutton, and Andrew J. Draper
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Abundance and Distribution of Blue Elderberry (Sambucus nigra ssp. caerulea) on Lower Cache Creek: Implications for Adaptive Floodplain Management
Andrew P. Rayburn, Michael Rogner, and Paul Frank
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