24 June, 2015

HEP information and archives are now available on StreamNet

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Habitat Evaluation Procedures (HEP) is used to quantify the impacts of development, protection, and restoration on terrestrial and aquatic habitats by assessing changes, both negative and positive, in habitat quality and quantity. The archives of the Regional Habitat Team and other documents related to HEP as used in the Columbia Basin are now available in

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11 March, 2015

New “Mapper” dataset added!

This new dataset shows the locations of facilities used for fisheries management or passage throughout the Columbia River basin.  The StreamNet GIS map layer displays most fish management and passage facilities in the Columbia Basin. This tool is available as a separate tab under “Maps and GIS data” on StreamNet, or directly here: http://psmfc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=2381a6f4edb2474e860950c38088c819  

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23 April, 2014

Field Data Collection Using Handheld Devices

Bonneville Power Administration is funding field tests of hand held data devices in several fish research applications in the Columbia Basin, starting this year. PSMFC StreamNet staff Greg Wilke and Mike Banach have been working with state and tribal biologists across the region to identify projects for device testing. The intent is to test several

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28 March, 2014

2012 Hatchery Release & Fin Clip Report

At the request of Northwest Power and Conservation Council Member Tom Karier, StreamNet staff recently coordinated effort on a report showing hatchery fish and fin clip information for salmon and steelhead in the Columbia Basin. The report took the combined effort of PSMFC StreamNet, GIS, and RMIS staff, as well as personnel from the state,

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