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Year 2015 - Issue 1 Themed Issue on Sacramento - San Joaquin River Delta
Editorial by Angelos Findikakis and Peter Goodwin
California´s Water Future: High Demand, Limited Supply, Climate Change and a More Volatile Supply; Proposed New Tunnels to Ship Water Lead to Endless Controversy by Philip L. Isenberg
San Francisco Bay- Delta: Ground Zero for California Water Challenges - Risks and Water Resources by Jay Lund
Science and Technology as a Guide: Moving from Combat to Collaboration by Lindsay Correa, Peter Goodwin, Valerie Connor and Leo Winternitz
Historical Ecology and Landscape Change in the Sacramento - San Joaquin Delta by Julie Beagle, Robin Grossinger and April Robinson
San Francisco Estuary: Time for a Reconciliation Approach to Species Conservation by John Duran and Peter B. Moyle
Landscape Scale Restoration in The Sacramento San Joaquin Delta: Reconciling Properties with Projects for Better Ecological Perfomance, Less Cost, and Stakeholder Acceptance by Chris Enright, Stuart Siegel, Robin Grossinger and Leo Winternitz 
Sturm and Drang - California´s Remarkable Storm - Drought Connection by Michael Dettinger
An Economist´s Nightmare by Richard Norgaard
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Hydroweb Experience 2014 by Michael Tritthart and Frank Molkenthin
IAHR-BW YPN´s Event. Annual Colloquium "Towards a Sustainable Future: Water, Food and Energy" by Eva Fenrich
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