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  • Age Determination of the Remaining Peat in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, California, USA

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    Age Determination of the Remaining Peat in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, California, USA

    U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | October 9, 2007...
    Summary

    The Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta of California was once a 1,400 square kilometer (km2) tidal marsh, which contained a vast layer of peat ranging...

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  • Aluminum- and iron-based coagulation for in-situ removal of dissolved organic carbon, disinfection byproducts, mercury and other constituents from agricultural drain water

    Aluminum- and iron-based coagulation for in-situ removal of dissolved organic carbon, disinfection byproducts, mercury and other constituents from agricultural drain water

    Elsevier | May 9, 2019...
    Summary

    Agricultural production on wetland soils can be significant sources of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), disinfection byproduct precursors, mercury and nutrients to downstream water bodies...

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  • An Evaluation of Compensatory Mitigation Projects Permitted Under Clean Water Act Section 401 by the California State Water Resources Control Board, 1991-2002

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    An Evaluation of Compensatory Mitigation Projects Permitted Under Clean Water Act Section 401 by the California State Water Resources Control Board, 1991-2002

    California State Water Resources Control Board | August 2, 2008...
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    The purpose of this project, which was funded by the California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB), was to evaluate the compliance and...

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  • Analysis of the costs and benefits of using marsh restoration as a sea level rise adaptation strategy in San Francisco Bay

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    Analysis of the costs and benefits of using marsh restoration as a sea level rise adaptation strategy in San Francisco Bay

    The Bay Institute | February 22, 2013...
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    The purpose of this study is to examine opportunities to protect San Francisco Bay’s recovering tidal marsh ecosystems while helping bayshore communities to...

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  • Assessment of the condition of San Francisco Bay Area depressional wetlands

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    Assessment of the condition of San Francisco Bay Area depressional wetlands

    State Water Resources Control Board | March 23, 2017...
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    Depressional wetlands are the most abundant, yet most threatened wetland type in California. Despite their relatively ubiquitous nature, they are poorly characterized, and...

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  • Assessment of the condition of Southern California depressional wetlands

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    Assessment of the condition of Southern California depressional wetlands

    State Water Resources Control Board | April 18, 2006...
    Summary

    Depressional wetlands are the most abundant, yet most threatened wetland type in California. Despite their relatively ubiquitous nature, they are poorly characterized, and...

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  • Bathymetry and Digital Elevation Models of Coyote Creek and Alviso Slough, South San Francisco Bay, California

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    Bathymetry and Digital Elevation Models of Coyote Creek and Alviso Slough, South San Francisco Bay, California

    U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | March 15, 2018...
    Summary

    In 2010 the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center completed three cruises to map the bathymetry of the main...

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  • Case Studies of Natural Shoreline Infrastructure in Coastal California: A Component of Identification of Natural Infrastructure Options for Adapting to Sea Level Rise

    Case Studies of Natural Shoreline Infrastructure in Coastal California: A Component of Identification of Natural Infrastructure Options for Adapting to Sea Level Rise

    The Nature Conservancy | November 27, 2017...
    Summary

    Sea level rise and erosion are major threats to California’s coast, requiring solutions to preserve the many benefits a healthy coastline provides: flood...

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  • Conserving California’s Coastal Habitats: A Legacy and a Future with Sea Level Rise

    Conserving California’s Coastal Habitats: A Legacy and a Future with Sea Level Rise

    The Nature Conservancy | May 15, 2018...
    Summary

    The California coast that we know today will not be the coast of the future. Sea level rise and other climate change impacts...

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  • Considerations for Management of the Mouth State of California’s Bar-built Estuaries

    Considerations for Management of the Mouth State of California’s Bar-built Estuaries

    Southern California Wetlands Recovery Project | January 10, 2019...
    Summary

    Bar-built estuaries are the dominant estuary type in California, and many of these small estuaries are subject to closure with a sand barrier...

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