The Role of Tidal Marsh Restoration in Fish Management in the San Francisco Estuary

@article{Herbold2014TheRO,
  title={The Role of Tidal Marsh Restoration in Fish Management in the San Francisco Estuary},
  author={B. Herbold and D. Baltz and L. Brown and R. Grossinger and W. Kimmerer and P. Lehman and P. Moyle and M. Nobriga and C. Simenstad},
  journal={San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={12}
}
Tidal marsh restoration is an important management issue in the San Francisco Estuary (estuary). Restoration of large areas of tidal marsh is ongoing or planned in the lower estuary (up to 6,000 ha, Callaway et al. 2011). Large areas are proposed for restoration in the upper estuary under the Endangered Species Act biological opinions (3,237 ha) and the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (26,305 ha). In the lower estuary, tidal marsh has proven its value to a wide array of species that live within it… Expand
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