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IBIS Ecoprovince and Subbasin Data Center

Maps and data available for specific northwest ecoprovinces and subbasins within the Columbia River Basin. Developed and maintained by the Northwest Habitat Institute.
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Mapping of Ecological Systems for Pacific Northwest GAP (NWGAP)

The Landscape Ecology, Modeling, Mapping, and Analysis (LEMMA) team and collaborators mapped Ecological Systems in the Pacific Northwest for the Gap Analysis Project (GAP). The LEMMA website provides access to the maps, technical reports, presentations and posters for this project.

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Earthfix - news fixed on the environment

Blog site focused on environmental news in the Northwest from Oregon Public Broadcasting and other public radio and television media partners.

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Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

Local partnership that is advancing science, protecting ecosystems, and building connections to sustain the lower Columbia River estuary for more than 20 years. The three program areas of the Estuary Partnership include habitat restoration, monitoring and stewardship.

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Living With Fire

Popular self-help guide for wildland/urban interface residents on how to live with fire. Modified by the Pacific Northwest Wildfire Coordinating Group for use in the Northwest.

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Ecoshare

Ecoshare is an interagency clearinghouse of ecological information including GIS data, publications, data sets, code sets, and plant photography.

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Gradient Nearest Neighbor (GNN) Maps of Existing Vegetation

 The Landscape Ecology, Modeling, Mapping and Analysis (LEMMA) team produces vegetation maps and data with Gradient Nearest Neighbor (GNN) models.  GNN structure maps are available from the LEMMA website for Washington, Oregon and California, and GNN species maps for western Oregon.

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National Wildlife Federation Pacific Regional Center

The Pacific office of the National Wildlife Federation has three conservation priorities: fighting climate change, safeguarding wildlife, and connecting people with nature. Visit the website for this conservation organization to learn about the issues they work on to protect wildlife and wild places.

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Defenders of Wildlife Top NW Priorities

Defenders of Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of all native animals and plants. This website lists their top biodiversity and habitat priorities in the Northwest.

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Northwest Forest Plan Interagency Regional Monitoring Program (NRIMP)s Aquatic and Riparian Effectiveness Monitoring Program

Aquatic and Riparian Effectiveness Monitoring Program (AREMP) of the Northwest Forest Plan (NWFP). This website includes watershed condition monitoring information gathered as recently as 2004 for the purpose of assessing the status and trend of watershed attributes to determine if the NWFP Aquatic Conservation Strategy is achieving its goals of maintaining and restoring watersheds. Website links provide access to documents, data, and contacts. The data section includes watershed specific data in a map-driven format with links to summary data tables, raw data tables, GIS layers, and site specific photos

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