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Mitigation Planning Map Viewer

The Mitigation Planning Map Viewer is a tool for exploring the suitability of potential sites to provide compensatory mitigation. The information made available in the tool will help facilitate a watershed approach to aquatic mitigation using data that describes watershed characteristics, processes, and strategic areas. Additional information about mitigation planning can be viewed on the Department of State Lands website.
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Stream Function Assessment Method (SFAM) Map Viewer

The Stream Function Assessment Method (SFAM) allows a rapid assessment of the functions and values of streams. The SFAM tool provides site-specific mapping and reporting information needed to answer a subset of SFAM indicator questions. The SFAM method and supporting documents can be viewed or downloaded from the Department of State Lands website.

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Advanced Oregon Wildfire Risk Explorer Map Viewer

The Advanced Wildfire Risk Explorer map viewer serves professional planners to inform updates to Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPP) and Natural Hazard Mitigation Plans (NHMP) with extensive data resources. The tool is co-sponsored by the Oregon Department of Forestry and the US Forest Service.
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May 2018
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Oregon Wildfire Risk Explorer Basic Map Viewer

The Oregon Wildfire Risk Explorer basic map viewer is designed to give a comprehensive view of wildfire risk and local fire history throughout Oregon. This viewer directly serves homeowners and communities. The Homeowner’s Report allows users to identify risk within a ¼-mile radius of a home or other point of interest. The Summary Report summarizes wildfire risk within a specified county or watershed. The tool is co-sponsored by the Oregon Department of Forestry and the US Forest Service.
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May 2018
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Coastal Research Explorer

The Coastal Research Explorer shows the locations of current, on-going and completed coastal research projects. It includes links to corresponding data resources and contact information for collaboration.
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December 2017
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Pellet Map Project

The Pellet Map Project is an Oregon State University Department of Integrative Biology project to map small mammal distributions through their avian predators.The major goal of Pellet Map Project is to produce high-quality distribution data on small mammals in the Western United States, and make that data available for both academic and non-academic researchers. A second goal of Pellet Map Project is to engage the public in awareness of the natural world around us. The project has produced an interactive map that allows users to explore the data from a geographic standpoint.
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Sage Grouse Initiative: web map application

This web map application for the NRCS-funded Sage Grouse Initiative visualizes, distributes, and interactively analyzes spatial data produced by the Sage Grouse Initiative's science team. 

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SageCon Landscape Planning Tool

The SageCon Landscape Planning Tool is an Oregon Explorer web-based mapping application that allows the public to access up-to-date data layers related to Sage-Grouse habitat and threats in Oregon. Users can view data for the entire Sage-Grouse range in Oregon, or navigate to their location of interest, while advanced users can download data for analysis. The Viewer includes a suite of theme-based scores that rate areas across eastern Oregon by their habitat viability, fire and invasives threat, biodiversity significance, and energy development potential. Each theme consists of multiple indicator datasets which are also included in the Viewer. Supplemental data layers are included in the Viewer such as vegetation condition, previous wildfire perimeters, seasonal sage-grouse habitat, and sage-grouse habitat management boundaries.

Work is in progress to build querying and reporting functions to support restoration and conservation planning activities in Oregon, with an updated tool available in early 2019.

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October 2017
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Integrated Ocean Observing System - IOOS

The Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®) is a national-regional partnership working to provide new tools and forecasts to improve safety, enhance the economy, and protect our environment. Integrated ocean information is available in near real time, as well as retrospectively. NANOOS is the IOOS regional data portal for the Northwest. There are 11 regional data portals.
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Coastal & Oceanic Plankton Ecology, Production, & Observation Database - COPEPOD

The Coastal & Oceanic Plankton Ecology, Production & Observation Database (COPEPOD) is an online database of plankton abundance, biomass, and composition data compiled from a global assortment of cruises, projects, and institutional holdings hosted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). This global plankton database provides plankton and ecosystem researchers with an integrated data set of quality-reviewed, globally distributed plankton abundance, biomass and composition data. From this website, a variety of visualization tools and maps are also accessible (e.g., interactive plankton atlas, time series data and tools, ecosystem data and visualization tools).
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