Efforts from cooperators have increased the access of available data to the National Fish Habitat Partnership. Additionally the transformation of select datasets have been conducted to link the data to the NFHP spatial framework for the national inland assessment, based on the framework explained in A hierarchical spatial framework and database for the national river fish habitat condition assessment which uses the NHDPlusV1 (1:100k) as a base layer. Providing these new data formats to the National Fish Habitat Partnership, partners, and stakeholders enables progress toward building consistent data nationally while reducing duplicative efforts.
Data products supported by the Fish Habitat Partnerships (FHP) of the National Fish Habitat Partnership. The catalog of FHP data products is a work in progress.
These map service layers provide information for projects funded and supported by the 20 regional fish habitat partnerships. Projects funded and supported since 2006 are represented in the service layer and the data are expected to be updated annually. Projects in the database range from on-the-ground restoration, partnership coordination, outreach and education events, and species distribution and habitat assessments.
Data products from the 2010 national assessment of fish habitat, conducted in support of the National Fish Habitat Action Plan (NFHAP). Results from the assessment are summarized in the report, "Through A Fish's Eye: The Status of Fish Habitats in the United States". Two assessments were completed in 2010. National Coastal Assessment: Coastal Habitat Condition Index (HCI) scores generated as the result of the 2010 National Assessment are available for the entire coastline of the conterminous U.S. The dataset includes the four subcomponent habitat condition indices, the final cumulative disturbance index, and all of the variables used to generate the indices. National Inland Assessment of Streams: Inland Habitat...
Data products from the 2015 national assessment of fish habitat, conducted in support of the National Fish Habitat Action Plan (NFHAP). Results from the assessment are summarized in the report, "Through A Fish's Eye: The Status of Fish Habitats in the United States". Three assessments were completed in 2015. National Estuary Assessment: The cumulative disturbance index represents the risk of current habitat degradation to estuaries in the conterminous U.S. and is a conservative estimate of the anthropogenic disturbances affecting those estuaries. National Inland Assessment of Streams: The risk of fish habitat degradation assigned to stream reaches in the conterminous United States, Hawaii and Southeast Alaska....