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The California Current is a dynamic and diverse ecosystem in the eastern North Pacific Ocean.The primary goals of the CCIEA are to better understand the web of interactions that drive patterns and trends of components within the California Current ecosystem, and forecast how changing environmental...
This Oregon Department of Environmental Quality website contains links to Total Maximum Daily Load and Water Quality Management Plan documents prepared for waterbodies in Oregon designated as water quality limited on the 303(d) list. A TMDL is the calculated pollutant amount that a waterbody can...
The NWFSC's mission is to conduct the science necessary to conserve marine and anadromous species and their habitats off the Washington, Oregon, and northern California coasts and in freshwater rivers of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Their research provides reliable, relevant, and credible...
This third Oregon Climate Assessment Report builds on the previous two assessment reports by summarizing published literature between 2013 and 2016 on climate change science and impacts as it relates to Oregon. Prepared by the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute at Oregon State University and...
Climate Change in the Northwest: Implications for Our Landscapes, Waters, and Communities (published by Island Press) assesses the state of knowledge about key climate impacts and consequences to various sectors and communities in the Pacific Northwest. The report draws on the expertise of dozens...
The Oregon statewide strategic plan and statewide action plan for invasive species set forth long-term and short-term strategies for invasive species control. View or download the 2017-2019 statewide action plan and/or strategic plan from the Oregon Invasive Species Council website.
Overview of the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) analysis and monitoring for stream temperature so that water quality standards can be met. Prepared by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. November 2004.
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