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FPC can provide data to researchers via data requests.
Regional Data Centers
Columbia Basin Organizations and Information
- Columbia Basin Research,
School of Aquatic and Fisheries Science.
- Columbia Bird Research
- Data on Bird Predation Project.
- Federal Caucus
(SalmonRecovery.gov) - Fish and Wildlife Recovery in the Columbia Basin.
- Inter-Organizational Resource Information
Coordinating Council (IRICC) - Information network to support
ecosystem management in support of the Northwest Forest Plan, the Endangered
Species Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Clean Water Act, Federally
Reserved Rights, and other applicable direction pursuant to ecosystem
management in Northern California, Oregon, and Washington.
- Lower Columbia River Estuary Program
- Northwest Power and Conservation
Council - This organization was created by Congress to give the citizens
of Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington a stronger voice in determining
the future of key resources common to all four states -- namely, the electricity
generated at and fish and wildlife affected by the Columbia River Basin
- Pacific Fisheries Management Council
- The Pacific Council is one of eight regional fishery management councils
established under the Magnuson Fishery Conservation and Management Act
of 1976 and the Sustainable Fisheries Act of 1996 (now called the Magnuson-Stevens
Fishery Conservation and Management Act).
- Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission
- PSMFC is one of three interstate commissions dedicated to resolving
fishery issues. Representing California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and
- PTAGIS - The
Columbia Basin PIT (Passive Integrated Transponder) Tag Information
- StreamNet - Fish Data for
- Technical Management
Team - (TMT), an inter-agency technical group responsible for making
recommendations on dam and reservoir operations.
Fisheries Resources and Organizations
Geospatial Data Clearinghouses
Mathematical Biological Survival Models
- CRiSP (Columbia
River Salmon Passage Models)
MARK - provides parameter estimates from marked animals when they
are re-encountered at a later time.
(SURvival under Proportional Hazards) - an analytical tool for estimating
survival using release-recapture data as a function of environmental and
National Biological MetaData
- USGS - WaterWatch -- Current water resources conditions (Map of real-time
streamflow compared to historical streamflow for the day of the year
- USGS Real-Time Streamflow Data
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