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MAPS & GIS DATA


Our Interactive Mapping applications provide an easy way for you to find, query and display fisheries information for the Pacific Northwest (see browser requirements).  Please send us your questions or comments via the "Contact StreamNet" button on the left.


 StreamNet Interactive Maps

Launch StreamNet Interactive Mapper

View fish distribution data and query the StreamNet database by selecting map elements (streams, hatchery facilities, etc.)  Includes USGS Hydrologic Unit and Columbia River Subbasin Planning Boundaries.     Mapping Application Tip*

Did you know our StreamNet Mapper lets you obtain data directly from the map? First navigate to the specific stream, 4th-field HUC, Columbia River subbasin, county, dam, or hatchery of interest and make sure it is selected as the active layer. Then, select the "Get Data" tool in the toolbox, and click on the feature of interest. This takes you into the StreamNet data query system, listing all data categories available for that feature. Searching by 4th-field HUC also includes a link to EPA data. Give it a try!


Launch Protected Areas Interactive Mapper

View and query the 1988 Protected Areas database through a simple interactive map interface. The Protected Areas are stream reaches that are designated as protected from hydroelectric development.
Launch NW Critical Habitat Mapper
View the final critical habitat designations for 12 Evolutionarily Significant Units (ESUs) of Pacific salmon and steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in NOAA Fisheries' Northwest Region.  For more information on the final rule (released August 12, 2005) please visit NOAA's Critical Habitat Website.

Browser Requirements & Additional Tips:


  • Browser compatibility & performance:  Our mapping applications work on most modern browsers. Application performance, however, will vary depending on your choice of browser. We suggest using a recent browser version that is optimized for handling javascript. Users with slower dial-up internet connections do need to be patient.

  • Allow pop-up windows:  If you experience problems with some viewer functions, check to ensure that your browser is set to allow pop-up windows from our servers at map.streamnet.org.  Most browsers will notify you when a pop-up window is being blocked and display a menu of options for adjusting the pop-up blocker settings.  The following links provide guidance on how to adjust these settings for Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer.

  • Read the user's guide & get the right tool: It is important to understand the "Tools" menu on the top or left hand side of the viewer. The best way to become familliar with the different viewer functions is to click the mapper's "help" link and read the user's guide.

GIS software is required to use these datasets,  primarily provided as zipped file geodatabases (compatible with ArcGIS v9.3.1+) including FGDC compliant metadata in XML format.  Send us your questions and custom data requests via the "Contact StreamNet" button on the left.
Important: Please thoroughly review the provided metadata prior to interpreting these data and credit all sources appropriately.  It is the user's responsibility to use these data consistent with their intended purpose and within stated limitations.  We encourage users of StreamNet to sign-up for our Newsletter where we announce significant updates to our spatial data. 

 Generalized Fish Distribution - All Species Combined

Description (click title to view metadata) Download View image
All Fish Species
Complete Generalized Fish distribution layer for all species in the StreamNet database.  This is a single feature class that includes all species available as separate map layers (below), plus additional species for which data are less comprehensive. 
Published: February 2012   Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(75 MB)

 Generalized Fish Distribution - Anadromous Species

Description (click title to view metadata) Download View in Mapper
Chinook, Fall Run
Current PNW Fall chinook salmon distribution referenced to the StreamNet parthership's mixed scale hydrography (MSHv3)
Published: February 2012   Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(5.9 MB)
Chinook, Spring Run
Current PNW Spring chinook salmon distribution referenced to the StreamNet parthership's mixed scale hydrography (MSHv3)
Published: February 2012   Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(5.5 MB)
Chinook, Summer Run
Current PNW Summer chinook salmon distribution referenced to the StreamNet parthership's mixed scale hydrography (MSHv3)
Published: February 2012   Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(0.7 MB)
Coho Salmon
Current PNW coho salmon distribution referenced to the StreamNet parthership's mixed scale hydrography (MSHv3)
Published: February 2012   Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(17.3 MB)
Chum Salmon
Current PNW chum salmon distribution referenced to the StreamNet parthership's mixed scale hydrography (MSHv3)
Published: February 2012   Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(2.2 MB)
Pink Salmon
Current PNW pink salmon distribution referenced to the StreamNet parthership's mixed scale hydrography (MSHv3)
Published: February 2012   Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(0.7 MB)
Sockeye Salmon
Current PNW sockeye salmon distribution referenced to the StreamNet parthership's mixed scale hydrography (MSHv3)
Published: February 2012   Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(0.9 MB)
Steelhead, Summer Run
Current PNW Summer steelhead distribution referenced to the StreamNet parthership's mixed scale hydrography (MSHv3)
Published: February 2012    Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(11.3 MB)
Steelhead, Winter Run
Current PNW Winter steelhead distribution referenced to the StreamNet parthership's mixed scale hydrography (MSHv3)
Published: February 2012   Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(17 MB)

 Generalized Fish Distribution - Resident Species

Description (click title to view metadata) Download Shapefile View in Mapper
Cutthroat Trout, Bonneville
Current Bonneville cutthroat trout distribution
Published: February 2012    Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(0.2 MB)
Cutthroat Trout, Lahontan
Current Lahontan cutthroat trout distribution
Published: February 2012    Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(0.2 MB)
Cutthroat Trout, Westslope
Current Westslope cutthroat trout distribution
Published: February 2012    Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(8.4 MB)
Cutthroat Trout, Yellowstone
Current Yellowstone cutthroat trout distribution
Published: February 2012    Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(.7 MB)
Bull Trout
Current NW bull trout distribution
Published: February 2012    Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(7 MB)
Redband Trout
Current redband trout distribution
Published: August 2013    Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(5.4 MB)
White Sturgeon
Current white sturgeon distribution
Published: February 2012    Scale: Mixed (1:100k-1:24k+)

(0.3 MB)

 Facilities

Description (click title to view metadata) Download File based geodatabse
Hatcheries
Pacific Northwest & California Hatchery Facilities
Published: August 2009   Scale: Mixed 1:24k to 1:100k
*Includes a hyperlink field for accessing related tabular data from the StreamNet Query System

(~1 MB)
Dams
Pacific Northwest & California Dam Facilities
Published: February 2010   Scale: Mixed 1:24k to 1:100k
*Includes a hyperlink field for accessing related tabular data from the StreamNet Query System

(~1 MB)
Fish Passage Barriers (known and potential)
Pacific Northwest & California Potential Fish Passage Barriers
Published: October 2013   Scale: Mixed 1:24k to 1:100k

(~10 MB)

 Hydrography - Best Available, StreamNet Mixed Scale Hydrography

Description (click title to view metadata) Download View Graphic
Routed Streams - StreamNet's best available 'mixed scale hydrography' (MSHv3.1)
Routed stream network used to georeference StreamNet's fish data. This is the complete, region-wide dataset. Please contact us if you would like to obtain a custom subset of this data or need it in a different file format.
Published: September 2012    Mixed scale: 1:24 to 1:100k

(270 MB!)
ArcGIS 9.3 file based
geodatabase

 Hydrography - 1:100K PNW River Reach Files

Description Download
PNW River Reach Files (PNWRF3)
Important note: This dataset was phased out of use in May 2009.  While it no longer serves as the base hydrography for georeferencing StreamNet data, this dataset remains available here for archival purposes. 
Link Published: February 2009   Scale: 1:100k

link to archived data

 Boundary Layers

Description Download
Northwest Power and Conservation Council (NPCC) Planning Unit Boundaries
While the NPCC officially defined these boundaries, StreamNet provided assistance in delineating the boundaries within a GIS. StreamNet publishses these datasets here as a service to the Council. The download package includes the following: 1)NPCC Province Boundaries (original low resolution version as defined in 2001), 2) NPCC Province Boundaries (high resolution derived from WBD), 3) NPCC Subbasins (original low resolution version as defined in 2001), 4) NPCC Subbasins (high resolution version derived from WBD).
(107 MB)
ArcGIS v10 file based
geodatabase
Salmon & Steelhead ESU/DPS Boundaries (as maintained by NOAA Fisheries)
StreamNet is not the steward of this dataset. However, we provide a link to these data for the convenience of our users. Note that these data files are a work in progress and are for general reference only. These data are maintained by the Northwest Regional Office of NOAA Fisheries.
Link updated: February 2013

link to source
agency