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Francine Mejia
Francine Mejia
Environmental Scientist

fmejia@water.ca.gov
(916) 376-9739
Education:
B.S. Biology, City University of New York (CUNY), Brooklyn College
M.S. Fisheries and Wildlife Management, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY ESF).
Publications:
Sommer, T., K. Reece, and F. Mejia. 2009. Delta smelt life-history contingents: A possible Upstream Rearing Strategy? IEP Newsletter. Volume 22 (1):11-13.

Saiki, M.K. and F. Mejia. 2009. Fish-Use of the Alviso Island Ponds and Adjacent Waters in South San Francisco Bay Following the Breaching of Earthen Levees. California Fish and Game Journal 95 (1) 1-15.

Mejia, F. and M.K. Saiki. 2008. Relation between fish species assemblages and water quality characteristics in South San Francisco Bay salt ponds and sloughs. Southwestern Naturalist 53 (3):335-345.

Tabor R.A., B.A. Footen, K.L. Fresh, M.T. Celedonia, F. Mejia, D.L. Low,and L.Park. 2007. Smallmouth Bass and Largemouth Bass Predation on Juvenile Chinook Salmon and Other Salmonids in the Lake Washington Basin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management Vol.27 (4)1174-1188.

Takekawa, J.Y., A.K. Miles, N.D. Athearn, S.E. Spring, M.K. Saiki, F. Mejia, I. Woo, and K.S. Goodenough. 2005. Habitat Restoration Monitoring for the Napa-Sonoma Marsh Restoration Project, 2005. Unpubl. Prog. Rep.,U.S. Geological Survey, Vallejo, CA. 78pp. [Technical Report]

Takekawa, J.Y., A.K. Miles, D.H. Schoellhamer, B. Jaffe, N.D. Athearn, S.E. Spring, G.G. Shellenbarger, M.K. Saiki, F. Mejia, and M.A. Lionberger. 2005. South Bay Salt Ponds Restoration Project Short-term Data Needs, 2003-2005. Unpubl. Final Rep., U.S. Geological Survey, Vallejo, CA. 270pp. [Technical Report]

Sommer, T., K. Reece, and F. Mejia. 2009. Delta smelt life-history contingents: A possible Upstream Rearing Strategy? IEP Newsletter. Volume 22 (1):11-13.