ESTUARY NEWS: Deep dive into the science of salmon telemetry; Dam removals and retrofits on the Klamath River and Alameda Creek; Water recycling via IRWM in the Pajaro Valley; and more …

In this issue of Estuary News, you’ll find special coverage on watersheds — the most resilient infrastructure we have:
  • Deep dive into the science of salmon telemetry, as ITAG tracks fish through Delta waterways, habitats and hazards.
  • Dam removals and retrofits on the Klamath River and Alameda Creek. 
  • Ambitious Reconnect of Lower Walnut Creek to the Bay.
  • Water Recycling via IRWM in the Pajaro Valley. 
  • How selenium and micro-plastics travel through watersheds and end up in food webs.
  • Inter-mountain migration watch, as long-billed curlews travel cross-country from interior to coast.
  • Exploring East Bay shoreline history via boat tour.
  • Herring, Urchinomics, BRRIT, SPATT, and more.
  • Special online science coverage of salmon includes three videos and an animation!

Estuary News is a publication of the San Francisco Estuary Partnership.

Click here to read this issue of Estuary News.

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