2004 PSP Overview

Through the Authority, the Science Program invested in projects that are developing new knowledge about how water use and management activities interact with and affect key aquatic species and environmental processes across spatial and temporal scales. For details on the 2004 PSP topics and process please see our 2004 PSP Documents.

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The Science Program has made concerted efforts to help support the IEP Pelagic Organism Decline effort. While not an official member of the IEP, the Science program has contributed Independent Science Reviews, documents, and financial support in an effort to identify the source(s) that are contributing to the decline of pelagic organisms in the Bay-Delta Region.

Science Program funded POD focused PSP's

#0106
Life cycle models and population biology of key species, environmental influences on key species and ecosystems , relative stresses on key fish species, direct and indirect effects of diversions on at-risk species.

Paap, Kenneth
kenp@sfsu.edu
(415) 338-7091

Kimmerer, Wim J.
kimmerer@sfsu.edu
415 338 3515
510 555 1212

#0107
Environmental influences on key species and ecosystems , relative stresses on key fish species, Delta smelt-related projects.

Paap, Kenneth
kenp@sfsu.edu
(415) 338-7091

Kimmerer, Wim J.
kimmerer@sfsu.edu
415 338 3515
510 555 1212

#0122
Environmental influences on key species and ecosystems , relative stresses on key fish species, processes controlling Delta water quality.

Lehman, Peggy W., PhD
plehman@water.ca.gov
916-227-7551
916-715-0845

Supporting Documents