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Collaborative Directory

The Collaborative Directory is a USDA Forest Service publication that describes the 36 forest collaboratives operating in the Pacific Northwest Region. At least one forest collaborative group is linked to each of the national forests in the Pacific Northwest Region.
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June 2017
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Oregon ShoreZone

ShoreZone is an online inventory of the biology and geology of North America's Pacific coast from Oregon to Alaska and in-between. Coastal data, imagery, and maps are made accessible to manage the coast for the benefit of the many animals and plants, people and industries who depend on it. ShoreZone's baseline data helps coastal managers and other users to understand, respond to, and plan for the dynamic coastal changes taking place in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska - changes such as increasing storm frequency and coastal erosion, projected increases in shipping traffic, and offshore oil and gas development.
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Coastal Observation & Seabird Survey Team (COASST)

The Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST) is a citizen science project housed at the University of Washington. COASST trains coastal residents in their communities. Post-training, participants pledge to conduct monthly surveys. At present, three basic types of data are collected: 1) beachcast birds, 2) marine debris, and 3) evidence of human use of the beach environment. From the COASST website, you can view the data in map, table and list forms.
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NANOOS NVS Weather & Ocean Data

The Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems (NANOOS) is the Regional Association of the national Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) in the Pacific Northwest, primarily Washington and Oregon. NVS provides NANOOS information and products related to weather and ocean data.
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Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center

The NNMREC at Oregon State University facilitates commercialization of marine energy technology, inform regulatory and policy decisions, and close key gaps in scientific understanding with a focus on student growth and development.

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Northwest Climate Assessment Report (2013)

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 of scientists and subject-matter experts within the region and was edited by Meghan Dalton and Phil Mote (Oregon Climate Change Research Institute at OSU) and Amy Snover (Climate Impacts Group) and is accessible as a downloadable PDF from University of Washington Climate Impacts Group website.
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2013
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Western Landscapes Photo Tour

Western Landscapes Photo Tour

Northwest Landscapes Photo Tour
Northwest Landscapes Photo Tour

Local Collaboratives

Local Collaboratives

IMAP User Group

The Interagency Mapping and Assessment Project (IMAP) effort is an interagency cooperative building data and models for integrated landscape planning and analysis in Oregon and Washington.  The IMAP cooperative began in 2006 as a research and development project designed to find integrated approaches to understanding how natural disturbances, vegetation dynamics and management activities interact across large landscapes.

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