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Proposed revised critical habitat for the pacific coast western snowy plover. This dataset was created to revise the 2005 final critical habitat rule for the species. This dataset includes polygon features representing proposed unit boundaries and exempted unit boundaries from Washington, Oregon, and California. There are 55 units, some containing from 2 to 10 sub-units. The units are identified by state, unit number, and sub-unit alpha character. Unit boundaries were compiled from data developed in several field offices, including the Western Washington Fish and Wildlife Office (FWO) in Lacey, WA; the Newport Field Office, Newport, OR; the Arcata FWO, Arcata CA; the Sacramento FWO, Sacramento, CA; the Ventura FWO...
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These data depict littoral cells along the West Coast of the United States, as polygon extents across the shoreline of Washington, Oregon, and California. A littoral cell is a reach of the coast that is isolated sedimentologically from adjacent coastal reaches and that features its own sources and sinks. Isolation is typically caused by protruding headlands, submarine canyons, inlets and some river mouths that prevent littoral sediment from one cell to pass into the next (Beachapedia). The data are a compilation of existing data sources from Washington Department of Ecology (WDOE), Oregon Coastal Management Program (OCMP), and California Coastal Sediment Management Workgroup (CSMW). There is companion data set with...
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These data depict littoral cells along the West Coast of the United States, as segments of the shoreline of Washington, Oregon, and California. A littoral cell is a reach of the coast that is isolated sedimentologically from adjacent coastal reaches and that features its own sources and sinks. Isolation is typically caused by protruding headlands, submarine canyons, inlets and some river mouths that prevent littoral sediment from one cell to pass into the next (Beachapedia). The data are a compilation of existing data sources from Washington Department of Ecology (WDOE), Oregon Coastal Management Program (OCMP), and California Coastal Sediment Management Workgroup (CSMW). There is companion data set with the same...
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This link leads you to NOAA's Digital Coast LiDAR data resource homepage. This dataset includes intermittent coverage from the Mexico border to north of the San Francisco Bay and parts of Oregon and Washington. In order to find this dataset within the NOAA site follow these instructions: In the State Search window on the right side of the screen, select California in the “Find Data In:” drop-down. Then type “Post-El Nino” in the “(Optional) Limit by Keywords” box and click Search. It should be second in the list. Click to view FGDC Metadata Airborne LiDAR Assessment of Coastal Erosion (ALACE) Project The Airborne LiDAR Assessment of Coastal Erosion (ALACE) project was a partnership between NOAA, NASA, and U.S....
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This link leads you to NOAA's Digital Coast LiDAR data resource homepage. This dataset includes intermittent coverage from the Mexico border up north of the San Francisco Bay and parts of Oregon and Washington. In order to find this dataset within the NOAA site follow these instructions: In the State Search window on the right side of the screen, select California in the “Find Data In:” drop-down. Then type “Pre-El Nino” in the “(Optional) Limit by Keywords” box and click Search. It should be the fourth choice in the list. Click to view FGDC Metadata Airborne LiDAR Assessment of Coastal Erosion (ALACE) Project The Airborne LiDAR Assessment of Coastal Erosion (ALACE) project was a partnership between NOAA, NASA,...
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The NFHAP Coastal Spatial Framework and Indicator Datasets consist of a geospatial base layer developed in ArcGIS, and associated data fields joined to the spatial framework. The Coastal Spatial Framework is a layer of 612 distinct polygons covering coastal areas of the Continental U.S. Polygons represent either coastal watersheds (land) or coastal waters (estuaries, inshore marine, offshore marine),and are classified into six regions and 22 nested subregions. Each polygon is assigned a unique code (UniqueID) to provide location reference for indicator data, and enable joins to separate data tables.s for information recorded in the Bibliography and Assessment tables. Key indicator data fields attributed to each...
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    map background search result map search result map 1997 Fall West Coast: Pre-El Nino LiDAR 1998 Spring West Coast: Post-El Nino LiDAR NFHP 2010 National Estuary Assessment Results Proposed Revised Critical Habitat for the Pacific Coast Western Snowy Plover (Charadrius Alexandrinus Nivosus) West Coast Littoral Cells -- Shoreline Based on Washington, Oregon, and California Data Collected from 2002 to 2015 West Coast Littoral Cells -- Polygon Based on Washington, Oregon, and California Data Collected from 2002 to 2015 1998 Spring West Coast: Post-El Nino LiDAR 1997 Fall West Coast: Pre-El Nino LiDAR West Coast Littoral Cells -- Shoreline Based on Washington, Oregon, and California Data Collected from 2002 to 2015 Proposed Revised Critical Habitat for the Pacific Coast Western Snowy Plover (Charadrius Alexandrinus Nivosus) West Coast Littoral Cells -- Polygon Based on Washington, Oregon, and California Data Collected from 2002 to 2015 NFHP 2010 National Estuary Assessment Results