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Forest Health Protection Mapping and Reporting Portal

This U.S. Forest Service portal contains several mapping and reporting application that address drought, forest pest conditions, forest disturbance, insect and disease maps (past, present, and potential), and the reporting by users of pest and disease observations.

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Data Basin

Data Basin is a science-based mapping and analysis platform that supports learning, research, and sustainable environmental stewardship.  From the Data Basin website, a user can explore and organize data & information; create custom visualizations, drawings, & analyses; use collaborative tools in groups; publish datasets, maps, & galleries; and develop decision-support and custom tools.

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RAPTOR

RAPTOR (Real-Time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon) – is Oregon’s Common Operating Picture for Emergency Management and Response. RAPTOR enables Oregon Emergency Management (OEM) and authorized users within the broader emergency management community to view and interact with critical geospatial basemaps, aerial imagery, preparedness, hazards, weather and event, and other relevant information anywhere, anytime on a 24x7 basis.

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Climate Wizard

A web-based mapping application developed by the Nature Conservancy (in partnership with the University of Washington and the University of Southern Mississippi) that displays historic temperature and precipitation records, past climate change, and projected future change.

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HabiMap Arizona

The Arizona Game and Fish Department created this tool to display Arizona’s information on wildlife management boundaries, wildlife stressors, and a model of wildlife conservation potential called the Species and Habitat Conservation Guide.

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Willamette Basin Conservation and Restoration Opportunities

The Conservation and Restoration Opportunities tool for the Willamette Basin was developed to create statistical reports for two tiers of conservation and restoration lands based on a 2050 future conservation scenario developed by the Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium with stakeholder input. Reports can be generated by county, watershed, urban growth boundary, or for the entire Willamette Basin

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All About Birds

With the website, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology organizes information on birds throughout North America. Their "All About Birds" online bird guide and their "Birds of North America" web portals contain the most comprehensive data on birds that is currently available.

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FishXing Software and Learning Systems for fish passage through culverts

Pronounced "Fish Crossing", this software is intended to assist engineers, hydrologists, and fish biologists in the evaluation and design of culverts for fish passage. It is free and available for download. Developed by the U.S. Forest Service.

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Ecosystem-Based Management Tools Network

The EBM Tools Network is an alliance of EBM tool developers, practitioners, and training providers to develop and support software tools for ecosystem-based management (EBM) in coastal and marine environments, including coastal watersheds and the Great Lakes region.

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Oregon Coastal Atlas

The Oregon Coastal Atlas provides access to data and information which can be used to inform decision-making related to the Oregon Coastal Zone. The site provides background information about coastal systems, access to interactive mapping and online geospatial analysis tools, and the ability to directly download planning and natural resource data sets relating to coastal zone management.

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