GBT Monitoring - Federal Geospatial Data Committee - National Biological Information Infrastructure Metadata



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Identification_Information: 
Data_Quality_Information: 
Spatial_Data_Organization_Information: 
Spatial_Reference_Information: 
Entity_and_Attribute_Information: 
Distribution_Information: 
Metadata_Reference_Information:


Identification_Information:
  Citation:
    Citation_Information:

      Originator: Fish Passage Center of the Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority
       
      Publication_Date: 2004-09-13
        
      Publication_Time: 12:30:00

      Title: Fish Passage Center (year) Annual Report
     
      Series_Information:
          
        Series_Name: Fish Passage Center Annual Reports  
        Issue_Identification: 1994 to 2003
      
      Publication_Information:
       
        Publication_Place: Portland, Oregon
        Publisher: Fish Passage Center of the Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority

      Other_Citation_Details: This report responds to the Fish Passage Center annual reporting
      requirements to the Northwest Power Planning Council under its Columbia River Basin Fish and
      Wildlife Program, and annual reporting requirements to the Bonneville Power Administration under
      its funding contracts which supported this work.

      Online_Linkage: 2003: /documents/annual_FPC_report/FPC_2003AnnualReport.pdf
    Description:
         
      Abstract: Anadromous salmonid Gas Bubble Trauma data for Lower Granite Dam, Little Goose Dam,
      Lower Monumental Dam, Ice Harbor Dam - Snake River Basin and Rock Island Dam, McNary Dam,
      John Day Dam, Bonneville Dam - Columbia River Basin. Complete and final from 1996-2000. 

      Purpose: This dataset was created to provide timely Gas Bubble Trauma Monitoring data to the
      fisheries agencies and tribes of the Columbia/Snake River Basin during fish migration season.
      The Fish Passage Center provides a weekly report during migration season which details the GBT
      monitoring data of the previous two weeks using this dataset.
 
      Supplemental_Information:
         
        Procedures_Used: These data were acquired directly from state and federal agency personnel sampling
        those sites. Data was transferred via electronic data file and added to SQL database at
        FPC.  From original FPC archive files sql1.dbo.fpc.tbl_gbt_96_98 and sql1.dbo.fpc.gbtsum the data
        were summarized for web into sql1.dbo.fpc.gbtwebsum2.

    Time_Period_of_Content: 1994 to 2003

    Status:
       
      Progress: Complete

      Maintenance_and_Update_Frequency: Weekly during migration season, then finalized

    Spatial_Domain:
       
      Description_of_Geographic_Extent: Portion of Columbia and Snake River Basins that can be accessed
      by anadromous salmonids.

      Bounding_Coordinates:
       
        West_Bounding_Coordinate: -125
        East_Bounding_Coordinate: -115
        North_Bounding_Coordinate: 49
        South_Bounding_Coordinate: 42

  Keywords:

    Theme:

      Theme_Keyword_Thesaurus: None
      Theme_Keyword: Fisheries
      Theme_Keyword: River
      Theme_Keyword: Migratory

    Place:
        
      Place_Keyword_Thesaurus:
      Place_Keyword: Washington
      Place_Keyword: Oregon
      Place_Keyword: Idaho

    Stratum:
          
      Stratum_Keyword_Thesaurus: None

    Temporal:
        
        Temporal_Keyword_Thesaurus: None

  Taxonomy:
        
    Taxonomic_Keywords: Animals
    Taxonomic_Keywords: Multiple species
    Taxonomic_Keywords: Vertebrates
    Taxonomic_Coverage:

      Specific_Taxonomic_Information:
        
        Kingdom: Animal
        Division-Phylum: Chordate
        Class: Osteichthyes
        Order: Salmoniformes
        Family: Salmonidae
        Genus: Oncorhynchus   
        Species: mykiss, nerka, tshawytscha, kisutch, keta, gorbuscha

        Applicable_Common_Names: anadromous salmonids, Steelhead, Coho salmon, Chinook salmon,
        Sockeye salmon 

  Access_Constraints: None

  Use_Constraints: None

  Point_of_Contact:

    Contact_Information:

      Contact_Person_Primary: Jerry McCann
      
        Contact_Person: Jerry McCann
        Contact_Organization: Fish Passage Center (FPC)

      Contact_Position:
        Fish Passage Center GBT Monitoring Coordinator
      
      Contact_Address:
         
        Address_Type: mailing and physical address
        Address: 1827 NE 44th Ave., Suite 240
        City: Portland
        State_or_Province: Oregon
        Postal_Code: 97213    Country: USA
       
      Contact_Voice_Telephone: (503)230-4291
     
      Contact_Facsimile_Telephone: (503)230-7559
     
      Contact_Electronic_Mail_Address: jmccann@fpc.org
      
      Hours_of_Service: 8:30am-4:30pm Pacific Standard Time Monday - Friday

      Contact_Instructions: Unavailable

  Data_Set_Credit: ODFW, WDFW, IDFG, NMFS, and PSMFC 

  Native_Data_Set_Environment: Data in MS SQL 7.0

  Cross_Reference:

    Citation_Information:
        
      Originator: Fish Passage Center of the Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority
       
      Publication_Date: 2004-09-13   
      Publication_Time: 12:30:00

      Title: Fish Passage Center (year) Annual Report

      Series_Information:
           
        Series_Name: Fish Passage Center Annual Reports
        Issue_Identification: 1994 to 2003   
      Publication_Information:
           
        Publication_Place: Portland, Oregon
        Publisher: Fish Passage Center of the Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority

      Other_Citation_Details: This report responds to the Fish Passage Center annual reporting requirements
      the Northwest Power Planning Council under its Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program,
      and annual reporting requirements to the Bonneville Power Administration under its funding contracts
      which supported this work.

      Online_Linkage: 2003: /documents/annual_FPC_report/FPC_2003AnnualReport.pdf

Data_Quality_Information:

  Attribute_Accuracy:

    Attribute_Accuracy_Report: These electronic data have been checked against hard copy source materials.

  Attribute_Accuracy:

    Quantitative_Attribute_Accuracy_Assessment:
        
      Attribute_Accuracy_Value: Unknown

  Logical_Consistency_Report: All keys and tables in this database have been checked for logical
  consistency with each other, and verified against hard copy source materials.

  Completeness_Report: Complete for 1994 to 2003.

  Taxonomic_System:

    Classification_System_or_Authority:
       
      Classification_System_Citation:
         
        Citation_Information:
    
          Originator: Fish Passage Center of the Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority

          Publication_Date: 2004-09-13

          Publication_Time: 12:30:00

          Title: Fish Passage Center (year) Annual Report
    
          Series_Information:
       
            Series_Name: Fish Passage Center Annual Reports
            Issue_Identification: 1994 to 2003

          Publication_Information:

            Publication_Place: Portland, Oregon
            Publisher: Fish Passage Center of the Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority
               
          Other_Citation_Details: This report responds to the Fish Passage
          Center annual reporting requirements to the Northwest Power
          Planning Council under its Columbia River Basin Fish and
          Wildlife Program, and annual reporting requirements to the
          Bonneville Power Administration under its funding contracts which
          supported this work.

          Online_Linkage:   2003: /documents/annual_FPC_report/FPC_2003AnnualReport.pdf

Spatial_Data_Organization_Information:

Spatial_Reference_Information:

Entity_and_Attribute_Information:

  Entity_and_Attribute_Overview: The datasets in the FPC gbt monitoring table (gbtwebsum2) includes the
  descriptive name of monitoring Site, Exam Dates, Species Code, Age Code, Number Examined, Number with
  GBT, Number with Fin GBT, Number with Severe Fin GBT, and Number with Lateral line GBT. 

  Entity_and_Attribute_Detail_Citation: Detailed attribute citation information for the FPC GBT monitoring
  data is available from and verifiable through Jerry McCann jmccann@fpc.org.

Distribution_Information:

  Distributor:

    Contact_Information:
     
      Contact_Person_Primary:

        Contact_Person: Jerry McCann
        Contact_Organization: Fish Passage Center (FPC)

      Contact_Position: Fish Passage Center GBT Monitoring Coordinator

      Contact_Address:

        Address_Type: mailing and physical address
        Address: 1827 NE 44th Ave., Suite 240
        City: Portland  
        State_or_Province: Oregon      
        Postal_Code: 97213      
        Country: USA
      Contact_Voice_Telephone: (503)230-4291

      Contact_Facsimile_Telephone:(503)230-7559
  
      Contact_Electronic_Mail_Address: jmccann@fpc.org
   
      Hours_of_Service: 8:30am-4:30pm Pacific Standard Time Monday - Friday
  
      Contact_Instructions: Unavailable

  Resource_Description: Columbia and Snake River Gas Bubble Trauma Monitoring Data

  Standard_Order_Process:

    Digital_Form:
  
      Digital_Transfer_Information:
    
        Format_Name: ASCII
        Format_Version_Number: Ver 1.0     
        Format_Information_Content: Comma Separated Value ASCII files
  
      Digital_Transfer_Option:
   
        Online_Option:
     
          Computer_Contact_Information:
      
            Network_Address:
    
              Network_Resource_Name: /smolt/gbtqueries/GBTwebsum_query.html

  Available_Time_Period:
 
    Time_Period_Information:

      Multiple_Dates/Times:
   
        Calendar_Date: 1996-04-01

Metadata_Reference_Information:

  Metadata_Date: 1999-11-24

  Metadata_Review_Date: 2004-09-30

  Metadata_Contact:

    Contact_Information:
  
      Contact_Person_Primary:
    
        Contact_Person: Jerry McCann
        Contact_Organization: Fish Passage Center(FPC)

      Contact_Position: Fish Passage Center GBT Monitoring Coordinator

      Contact_Address:
   
        Address_Type: mailing and physical address
        Address: 1827 NE 44th Ave., Suite 240
        City: Portland
        State_or_Province: Oregon   
        Postal_Code: 97213   
        Country: USA
   
      Contact_Voice_Telephone: (503)230-4291

      Contact_Facsimile_Telephone: (503)230-7559
   
      Contact_Electronic_Mail_Address: jmccann@fpc.org

      Hours_of_Service: 8:30am-4:30pm Pacific Standard Time Monday - Friday

      Contact_Instructions: Unavailable

  Metadata_Standard_Name: NBII Content Standard for National Biological Information Infrastructure Metadata

  Metadata_Standard_Version: December 1995

  Metadata_Security_Information:
        
    Metadata_Security_Classification_System: None
 
    Metadata_Security_Classification: Unclassified

    Metadata_Security_Handling_Description: None



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