The June issue of Estuary News tackles new science on steelhead and mercury in restored salt ponds and screening irrigation intakes to protect endangered sturgeon. It explores options for getting more sediment to North Bay restoration sites, controlling invasive chamomile, and adapting to climate change on the ground. It also drills down into the details of balancing demand on groundwater with recycling and conservation in light of drought. Other stories cover Bruener Marsh, Ora Loma Sanitary District, and UC’s new Vernal Pool reserve.
Click hereto download the June Issue PDF: Estuary News – June 2014 Issue
Tags: environment, San Francisco Bay, water