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Benthic macrofaunal assemblages of the San Francisco Estuary and Delta, USA. Environmental Monitoring Assessment.2013. (642.77 KB)
Calibration and evaluation of five indicators of benthic community condition in two California bay and estuary habitats. Marine Pollution Bulletin 59 (1-3), 5-13.2009. (332.88 KB)
Habitat-Related Benthic Macrofaunal Assemblages of Bays and Estuaries of the Western United States. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 8 (4), 638-648.2010. (213.19 KB)
The level of agreement among experts applying best professional judgment to assess the condition of benthic infaunal communities. Ecological Indicators: Integrating, Monitoring, Assessment and Management 8, 389-394.2008. (701.59 KB)
Low levels of agreement among experts using best professional judgment to assess benthic condition in the San Francisco Estuary and Delta. Ecological Indicators 12 (1), 167-173 . SFEI Contribution No. 636.2011. (177.24 KB)
Applying Sediment Quality Objective Assessment Protocols to Two San Francisco Bay 303(d)-Listed Sites. Final Report. San Francisco Estuary Institute: Richmond.2013. (1.34 MB)
Applying Sediment Quality Objective Assessments to San Francisco Bay Samples from 2008-2012. San Francisco Estuary Institute and Southern California Coastal Water Research Project: Richmond, CA.2013. (2.9 MB)
Development of Benthic Community Condition Indices – San Francisco Bay. San Francisco Estuary Institute: Richmond, CA.2014. (977 KB)
Evaluation of Benthic Assessment Methodology in Southern California Bays and San Francisco Bay. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project: Westminster. CA.2004. (1.44 MB)