RMA presentations at 2014 Bay-Delta Science Conference

October 28-30, 2014 — Sacramento, CA

Development of a Three-Dimensional, Stratified Flow Model of the Natural Delta
Presented by: Stephen Andrews and John DeGeorge
Supporting Authors: Edward Gross and Stacie Grinbergs

Reducing Uncertainty in the Design of in-Delta Sampling Experiments Using Particle-Tracking Models
Presented by: Marianne Guerin (RMA)
Supporting Author: Tamara Krauss (USGS)

Individual Based Modeling of Juvenile Chinook Salmon
Presented by: Ed Gross
Supporting Authors: Michael MacWillimans (Delta Modeling Associates), Benjamin Saenz (RMA), Aaron Bever (Delta Modeling Associates)

Quantifying Nutrient Loads and Transformations in the Delta
Presented by: Emily Novick (SFEI)
Supporting Authors: David Senn (SFEI), Marianne Guerin (RMA), Carol Kendall (USGS), Megan Young (USGS), Anthony Malkassian (SFEI/ UCSC), Don Yee (SFEI)

Tracing Nitrate and Ammonium Dynamics within the San Joaquin- Sacramento River Confluence Region Using Stable Isotopes
Presented by: Megan Young (USGS)
Supporting Authors: Carol Kendall (USGS), Rachel Mixon (USGS), Marianne Guerin (RMA), Sara Peek (USGS), Alex Parker (California Maritime Academy)

Conference website: Bay-Delta Science Conference 2014