Fall Chinook near Bonneville Dam, Washington 2018.Photo credit  A. W. (Tony) Grover.
Tribal Salmon Fishing platforms,Oregon,2011. Photo credit  A. W. (Tony) Grover.
Columbia River viewed from Vista House, Oregon, 2013.  Photo credit  A. W.(Tony) Grover.
Restoring habitat by constructing a logjam, Idaho, 2012. Photo credit  A. W.(Tony) Grover.
Confluence of Klickitat River with Columbia River,Washington 2011. Photo credit  A. W. (Tony) Grover.
About SN

StreamNet Supports Data Management and Sharing Capacity

StreamNet supports data management infrastructure (personnel, hardware, software, systems) within Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, agencies, and tribes sharing fish and aquatic habitat information.

Data Priorities

Responding to Regional Data Priorities

StreamNet helps partners adapt to changing data management and data-sharing priorities as directed by tribal, state, and federal fish and wildlife managers, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-Fisheries, Bonneville Power Administration, and Northwest Power and Conservation Council.

SN Tool Facts
STREAMNET TOOL FACTS
4k

QUERIES PERFORMED

to access data using
query tools in 2020

534

GIS DOWNLOADS

of StreamNet map
layers during 2020

145k

VISITORS

to the website
since 2009

33

YEARS

sharing data in the
Columbia Basin

SN partners/members

StreamNet's Partners and Members Inform Data Priorities and Facilitate Data Exchange

State and federal fish and wildlife agencies as well as tribes engage through StreamNet committees and teams, providing guidance on regional data priorities and technical expertise for efficiently sharing quality data.

SN Data Facts
STREAMNET DATA FACTS
0k

Fish Monitoring
Data Time Series

data sets span
1894 to previous year

9

Time Series Categories

for resident fish and anadromous fish data

0k

Fish HLIs
Data Records

salmon and steelhead data sets span 1938 to previous year

6

High-Level Indicators
Categories

including spawner abundance and recruits per spawner

Inform ESA

StreamNet Informs Fish Assessments, Recovery, and Mitigation

StreamNet helps promote information sharing and access to standardized indicators that inform National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-Fisheries status reviews, Northwest Power and Conservation Council's Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program, Bonneville Power Administration, resource managers, and the public

Inform NPCC/BPA

StreamNet Informs the Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program

by providing access to standardized fish time series data sets and high-level indicators that support the Northwest Power and Conservation Council's Program Tracker, and by maintaining access to the Program's data and information on Protected Areas and Wildlife Habitat Evaluation Procedures

StreamNet is a cooperative information management and data dissemination project focused on fisheries and aquatic data and data-related services in the Pacific Northwest, with a focus on the Columbia River Basin.

Popular Resources

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CAP Fish HLIs

High-level indicators shared through the Coordinated Assessments Partnership

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Fish Monitoring Data

Resident and anadromous fish data sets including counts, indices, and estimates

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Fish Facilities Mapper

Monitoring locations including dams, weirs, rotary screw traps, PIT-tag detectors, and hatcheries

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GIS Data Sets

Fish distributions, facilities, physical features, hydrography base layers, and others