A freshwater conservation blueprint for California: prioritizing watersheds for freshwater biodiversity

Freshwater Science, University of Chicago Press Journals | April 18th, 2018


Conservation scientists have adapted conservation planning principles designed for protection of habi- tats ranging from terrestrial to freshwater ecosystems. We

A global spatial analysis reveals where marine aquaculture can benefit nature and people

PloS ONE | October 9th, 2019


Aquaculture of bivalve shellfish and seaweed represents a global opportunity to simultaneously advance coastal ecosystem recovery and provide substantive benefits to hum

A Path Forward for California’s Freshwater Ecosystems

Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) | December 2nd, 2019


Californians rely on freshwater ecosystems for many things: water supply, hydropower, recreation, fisheries, flood risk reduction, biodiversity, and more. These ecosystem

A Review of Delta Fish Population Losses from Pumping Operations in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta

Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (RegionalSan) | January 30th, 2010


To reduce fish loss at the pumps, the state and federal water export facilities operate facilities which are designed to salvage fish from the water and return them to th

Accounting for Water "Wasted to the Sea"

San Francisco Estuary & Watershed Science (UC Davis) | April 19th, 2018


Freshwater outflow from the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta is a contentious management issue. Once mixed with salt water of San Francisco Bay, outflow is often characteri

American River Group (ARG) Annual Report of Activities

Delta Stewardship Council (DSC) | November 14th, 2018


An unprecedented coastwide toxic algal bloom linked to anomalous ocean conditions

American Geophysical Union (AGU) | October 9th, 2016


A coastwide bloom of the toxigenic diatom Pseudo-nitzschiain spring 2015 resulted in the largest recorded outbreak of the neurotoxin, domoic acid, along the North Ameri

Anadromous Salmonid Fish Passage Facility Design

National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) | July 26th, 2011


The primary effect of barriers (e.g., hydroelectric dams, water storage projects, irrigation diversions, impassable culverts, etc.) on Pacific salmonids is the reduction

Anadromous Salmonids in the Delta: New Science 2006-2016

San Francisco Estuary & Watershed Science (UC Davis) | July 1st, 2016


As juvenile salmon enter the Delta, they disperse among its complex channel network where they are subject to channel-specific processes that affect their rate of migrati

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