San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science
San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science (SFEWS) is an online scientific publication that serves to educate the interested public, inform the scientific community, and encourage informed discourse and public involvement by providing free access to peer-reviewed scientific research about the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta (the Delta), the San Francisco Estuary (the Estuary), its watersheds, and the adjacent ocean. The journal publishes the latest scientific knowledge describing the health, importance, and critical issues (including climate change and sea level rise) affecting these important waterways. The journal is published jointly by the Muir Institute, the Delta Stewardship Science Program and the California Digital Library’s eScholarship Publishing Group.
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