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The Virginia Institute of Marine Science has released their site: Sea-Level Report Cards:
The report cards project sea-level height relative to land in the year 2050 for 32 U.S. coastal localities. They summarize the latest projections for easier comparison. For a general understanding of why sea level varies from place to place and year to year, visit the Processes page. To view the suite of processes influencing sea-level trends at a regional scale, visit our East Coast, Gulf Coast, and West Coast pages. For full technical details, read our report.
Franks, S. E. and R. T. Lackey. 2015. Forecasting the most likely status of wild salmon in the California Central Valley in 2100. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science: http://escholarship.org/uc/item/3vt5z15p#page-1
Frey, M. 2013. Restoring riparian buffers: A what works snapshot. River Network, Rivers and Habitat Program: http://www.rivernetwork.org/sites/default/files/whatworksbuffers_0.pdf
Klamath Resource Information System: http://www.krisweb.com/
Natural Resources Project Inventory: http://www.ice.ucdavis.edu/nrpi/home.aspx
NOAA Fisheries. California Fish Passage: Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.westcoast.fisheries.noaa.gov/fish_passage/about_dams_and_fish...
State of the Salmon: http://www.stateofthesalmon.org/
UC Davis Sustainability Indicators: http://indicators.ucdavis.edu/
USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Services, Geospatial Data Gateway: http://datagateway.nrcs.usda.gov/
US Board of Geographic Names: http://geonames.usgs.gov/domestic/index.html
US Geological Survey, The National Map: http://nationalmap.gov/
US Fish and Wildlife Service, National Wetlands Inventory: http://www.fws.gov/wetlands/