In this edition of the San Francisco Estuary & Watershed Science Journal:
An Open Data Framework for the San Francisco Estuary Melinda R. Baerwald, Brittany E. Davis, Sarah Lesmeister, Brian Mahardja, Rachel Pisor, Jenna Rinde, Brian Schreier, Vanessa Tobias [DOI] [URL]
POLICY AND PROGRAM ANALYSIS
Drought and the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, 2012–2016: Environmental Review and Lessons John R. Durand, Fabian Bombardelli, William Fleenor, Yumiko Henneberry, Jon Herman, Carson Jeffres, Michelle Leinfelder–Miles, Jay Lund, Robert Lusardi, Amber D. Manfree, Josué Medellín–Azuara, Brett Milligan, Peter B. Moyle [DOI] [URL]
Introduction of Bluefin Killifish Lucania goodei into the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta Brian Mahardja, Andrew Goodman, Alisha Goodbla, Andrea D. Schreier, Catherine Johnston, Rebecca C. Fuller, Dave Contreras, Louanne McMartin [DOI] [URL]
Comparing and Integrating Fish Surveys in the San Francisco Estuary: Why Diverse Long-Term Monitoring Programs are Important Dylan K. Stompe, Peter B. Moyle, Avery Kruger, John R. Durand [DOI] [URL]
Spawn Timing of Winter-Run Chinook Salmon in the Upper Sacramento River Eva Dusek Jennings, A. Noble Hendrix [DOI] [URL]
SFEWS Adds ORCID iDs to ScholarOne Submission: SFEWS has now integrated ORCID iDs into its ScholarOne submission platform. What’s an ORCID iD? Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) identifiers (iDs) ensure that as a researcher, contributor, or data wrangler, you get full credit for your work. One of the best ways to get credit is to use an ORCID iD. Learn more and get yours here: https://orcid.org/.