SAN FRANCISCO ESTUARY & WATERSHED SCIENCE: Climate change impacts, Juvenile production estimate, Entrainment of salmonids at the pumps; and more …

SFEWS is the primary applied research publication for the San Francisco Bay and Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta.

In this issue:

Climate Change Impacts on San Francisco Estuary Aquatic Ecosystems: A Review
Bruce Herbold, Eva Bush, Gonzalo Castillo, Denise Colombano, Rosemary Hartman, Peggy Lehman, Brian Mahardja, Ted Sommer

Considerations for the Development of a Juvenile Production Estimate for Central Valley Spring-Run Chinook Salmon
Peter A. Nelson, Melinda Baerwald, Oliver (Towns) Burgess, Eva Bush, Alison Collins, Flora Cordoleani, Henry DeBey, Daphne Gille, Pascale A. L. Goertler, Brett Harvey, Rachel C. Johnson, Jason Kindopp, Erica Meyers, Jeremy Notch, Corey C. Phillis, Gabriel Singer, Ted Sommer

Machine Learning Forecasts to Reduce Risk of Entrainment Loss of Endangered Salmonids at Large-Scale Water Diversion in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, California
Michael D. Tillotson, Jason Hassrick, Alison L. Collins, Corey Phillis

Gill Net Selectivity for Fifteen Fish Species of the Upper San Francisco Estuary
Marissa L. Wulff, Frederick V. Feyrer, Matthew J. Young

Nutrient and Trace Element Contributions from Drained Islands in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, California
Christina M. Richardson, Joseph K. Fackrell, Tamara E. C. Kraus, Megan Young, Adina Paytan

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