The CALFED Bay-Delta Program faces a challenging assignment: to develop a collaborative state-federal management plan for the complex river system and involve multiple stakeholders (primarily municipal, agricultural, and environmental entities) whose interests frequently are in direct conflict. Although many resource-management issues involve multiple stakeholders and conflict is integral to their discussion, the CALFED experience is unique because of its shared state and federal roles, the magnitude and significance of stakeholder participation, and the complexity of the scientific issues involved.
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||CALFED: An experiment in science and decisionmaking|
|Contributing office(s)||California Water Science Center, Toxic Substances Hydrology Program|
|Google Analytic Metrics||Metrics page|