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These GIS data contain stream reaches that were identified as habitat areas for the Lower Columbia River Chinook Salmon (CKLCR) and Upper Willamette River Chinook Salmon (CKUWR) Evolutionarily Significant Unit (ESU).WOPR: (Western Oregon Plan Revision) PRMP: (Proposed Resource Management Plan) Chinook Salmon Columbia River Willamete River CHART: (Critical Habitat Analytical Review Teams) PCE: (Primary Constituent Elements) This data is a PRMP release version of the data fsh_aa_a_chinnok_chart_arc. These data were used in the critical habitat analysis conducted by National Marine Fisheries Service's Critical Habitat Analytical Review Teams. The analysis was conducted as part of the rule making process for critical...
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Evolutionarily Significant Unit (ESU) boundaries for Anadromous fish within the Western Oregon Plan Revision (WOPR) project area. Shows areas where species is a candidate or non-warranted along with threatened or endangered.BLM (Bureau of Land Management) WOPR (Western Oregon Plan Revision) FSH (Fish) PRMP (Proposed Resource Management Plan) ESU (Envolutionarily Significant Unit) NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) This data is a PRMP release version of the data fsh_as_a_chinook_esu_poly.
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The geographic distribution of stream reaches with potential to support high quality habitat for salmonids has bearing on the actual status of habitats and populations over broad spatial extents. As part of the Coastal Landscape Analysis and Modeling Study (CLAMS), we examined how salmon-habitat potential was distributed relative to current and future (+100 years) landscape characteristics in the Coastal Province of Oregon, USA. The intrinsic potential to provide high-quality rearing habitat was modeled for juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) and juvenile steelhead (O. mykiss) based on stream flow, valley constraint, and stream gradient. See Supplemental Information for additional detail. BLM (Bureau of...
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The geographic distribution of stream reaches with potential to support high quality habitat for salmonids has bearing on the actual status of habitats and populations over broad spatial extents. As part of the Coastal Landscape Analysis and Modeling Study (CLAMS), we examined how salmon-habitat potential was distributed relative to current and future (+100 years) landscape characteristics in the Coastal Province of Oregon, USA. The intrinsic potential to provide high-quality rearing habitat was modeled for juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) and juvenile steelhead (O. mykiss) based on stream flow, valley constraint, and stream gradient. See Supplemental Information for additional detail. BLM (Bureau of...


    map background search result map search result map WOPR Chinook CHART Habitat Arc WOPR ESU Chinook Poly WOPR Intrinsic Potential Chinook Stream Reaches (Ver. 1) WOPR Intrinsic Potential Chinook Stream Reaches (Ver. 2) WOPR Chinook CHART Habitat Arc WOPR ESU Chinook Poly WOPR Intrinsic Potential Chinook Stream Reaches (Ver. 1) WOPR Intrinsic Potential Chinook Stream Reaches (Ver. 2)