ESTUARY NEWS: Choppy waters for flow rules, High road or high water for wildlife, Putah Creek pipeline for salmon, and more …

 

The March issue explores past and future water quality monitoring programs in San Francisco Bay, ranging from the 50-year old USGS program now facing an uncertain future to new buoys monitoring ocean acidification due to climate change and a proposal for a regionally coordinated effort to track wetland outcomes.

Other stories chase salmon scientists up Putah Creek, reveal problems of sycamore hybridization with plane trees, review the latest on flows rulings and lawsuits, and more.

Click here to read this issue of Estuary News.

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