The Bay Institute's innovative new study on sea level rise in San Francisco Bay reveals that tidal marshes are an effective and inexpensive natural defense against shoreline flooding.
Over the past few weeks, the scientists of The Bay Institute's Rivers and Delta Program have been making the case for a large-scale increase in freshwater flows from the San Joaquin River basin to the Bay-Delta, in order to support the recovery of migrating fish species and the habitats they depend on.
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