Predicting fish community responses to variable climate regimes, flows, and habitat mosaics along the estuarine gradient

Project Number
R/SF-99
Project Date Range
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Funding Agency
Delta Stewardship Council, Delta Science Program
Focus Area(s)
Education, Training and Public Information

The goal of this research is to better understand how climate change will affect fishes with different life histories and habitat associations across the San Francisco Estuary. Existing datasets will be incorporated in synthetic analyses and cutting-edge statistical models to identify fish community responses to climate, flows, and habitats along the estuarine salinity gradient.

This synthesis-science project will use rich long-term datasets that have been collected by Bay-Delta researchers for decades that will then be analyzed in a reproducible and open science framework. It will also support efforts by the Interagency Ecological Program’s Climate Change Project Work Team.

Attachments

DSF_Colombano_2020_factsheet_final.pdf

Principal Investigators
profile photo of Denise Colombano Denise Colombano
University of California, Berkeley