Potential interactions between urban runoff and decline of pelagic fishes

Principal Investigators:

Daniel Schlenk

Urban runoff has been identified as one of many potential drivers of the decline of pelagic fishes in the upper San Francisco Estuary. Participants in this working group will use an ecological risk-assessment approach to address potential chemical influences on delta smelt, longfin smelt, threadfin shad, and striped bass in urban environments. Housing and transportation infrastructure drains into spawning and nursery areas for these species. Three of the species spawn during months in which rain typically falls, leading to substantial urban storm... more

Participants and Meetings

Working Group Participants
ActivityDatesFurther Information
Working Group11th—15th August 2009Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Larry R. Brownlrbrown@usgs.govUS Geological Survey (USGS)
Erica Fleishmanefleishman@ucdavis.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
John M. Melackmelack@bren.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
John J. Oramjoram@sfei.orgSan Francisco Estuary Institute
Daniel Schlenkdaniel.schlenk@ucr.eduUniversity of California, Riverside
Nathaniel L. Scholznathaniel.scholz@noaa.govNOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)
Geoffrey I. Scottgeoff.scott@noaa.gov
James Sickmanjames.sickman@ucr.eduUniversity of California, Riverside
Frank Spurlockfcspurlock@cdpr.ca.govCalifornia Department of Pesticide Regulation
Rebeca TannebringUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Don Westondweston@berkeley.eduUniversity of California, Berkeley
Qingfu Xiaoqxiao@ucdavis.eduUniversity of California, Davis
Thomas M. Youngtyoung@ucdavis.eduUniversity of California, Davis
Minghua Zhangmhzhang@ucdavis.eduUniversity of California, Davis

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"Potential interactions between urban runoff and decline of pelagic fishes " is project ID: 12467