StreamNet's home page StreamNet's mission, services, and participants Locate fish-related data StreamNet's largest data resource, regularly updated ("integrated" interface). StreamNet's largest data resource, regularly updated (traditional interface). Locate data from a map interface. Obtain maps and GIS layers. Locate static data sets. Also, add your data sets to the archive. A full service library containing fish and wildlife literature and reports. Various other useful materials Links to other fisheries related resources on the Web 2004 U.S. District Court ruling on pesticides near salmon streams Stream reaches where hydroelectric development is discouraged Information and data in support of the NPCC Fish and Wildlife program Documents, reports, and newsletters produced by the StreamNet project Recommendations on how to cite data and information obtained from StreamNet Various other useful materials The latest data, but in the old look.
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The StreamNet Library houses a large collection of natural resource related books, journals, reports, electronic media and other publications, and is one of the largest libraries of fish and wildlife material related to the Columbia Basin and the greater Pacific Northwest. The library serves local, state, and federal managers and researchers, but it is also open to the public on all business days.
You can search the library catalog online. Or, please come and browse our collection in person!
NOTE: If you are unable to find a document in the catalog, please call or email the Library and we will make every effort to get you the information required.
729 NE Oregon St, Ste 190
The StreamNet Library is located on the first floor of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission offices in the Lloyd District of Portland, Oregon. We are across the street from the State of Oregon Building, near the Lloyd Center shopping mall. You can take the MAX light rail system -- get off at the NE 7th Ave stop and walk 2 short blocks south.