The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, usually simply called the Sacramento Delta is an Inverted river delta east of the outlet through the Coast Range from the Central Valley where the Sacramento River empties into San Francisco Bay. It is an area of great significance in the management of the waters of California, as a great deal of water is diverted from the water-rich Sacramento Basin. The waters which flow into the delta drain much of the interior of California.
- Website of The Coalition for a Sustainable Delta "The Coalition for a Sustainable Delta is an ad hoc group of water users who depend on conveyance through the delta for a large portion of their water supplies. The Coalition is dedicated to protecting the delta and is committed promoting a strategy to ensure its sustainability."
- Delta Atlas on-line (out of print, but not rare)
- "Dry times revive an old debate" article by Peter H. King in The Los Angeles Times July 21, 2008