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ODF Fire History 1911-2017

Infographic of Oregon Department of Forestry's fire history from 1911-2017.
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November 2017
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Oregon Water Atlas

The Oregon Water Atlas is an aggregation and visualization of Oregon’s water data. It was created for an undergraduate honors thesis at Oregon State University in 2017 by Gareth Baldrika-Franklin.
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2017
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Benton County Thriving Communities Story Map

This story map project, conducted by students and faculty at Oregon State University, was done to present the results of the Benton County 2040 Thriving Community Initiative survey. The presentation of the results was done in a geo-visual manner which displays demographic results by city or town in Benton County, Oregon. The map also contains a word cloud which shows the key words which identifies what the community values.
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2017
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Sea Level Rise Migration Visualization

The Sea Level Rise Migration Project, created by students at Oregon State University, is a geovisualization of predicted U.S. migration due to sea level rise. The project is based on migration predictions for the year 2100 and 1.8 m of sea level rise.
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2017
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Oregon 2020

Mapping tool to help collect bird data for Oregon.
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Oregon Stream Flow Maps

The stream flow restoration priority maps show flow restoration needs and priorities for 18 basins in Oregon. They were developed by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Water Resources Department, in fulfillment of Oregon Plan Measure IV.A.8, Identify Instream Flow Priorities. Stream flow restoration priorities have been identified for four seasons: Summer (July - September), Fall (October - November), Winter (December - March) and Spring (April - June).Priorities have been developed based on the Water Resources Department nested watershed structure, called Water Availability Basins (WAB). The maps display each river basin, with rankings for stream flow restoration need, stream flow restoration optimism, and the State's priorities for its restoration activities. Also included are maps showing streams and rivers in the basin, and maps showing Water Availability Basins (WAB).

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Oregon Wildlife Viewer

The Oregon Wildlife Viewer is a tool to get specific wildlife species information for amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles and generate species lists for places in Oregon.

Details of the process and methodology used in the wildlife habitat models can be found here.

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Watershed Councils in Oregon Interactive Map. Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board (OWEB)

OWEB's interactive map provides contact information for all Oregon Watershed Councils. Watershed councils are locally organized, voluntary, non-regulatory groups established to improve the condition of watersheds in their local area. This information is maintained by OWEB.
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Soil and Water Conservation Districts​ (SWCD) Interactive Map. Oregon Department of Agriculture.

The Oregon Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) Program provides services to the 45 Soil and Water Conservation Districts throughout Oregon. This interactive map provides locational and contact information.
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Greenprint for Deschutes County: Protect Habitat and Significant Ecological Areas

Trust for Public Land map displaying priority areas for the "Protect Habitat and Significant Ecological Areas" Greenprint goal for Deschutes County.

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6/9/2010
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