Northwest Fisheries Science Center Data Products and Tools
Data products and tools such as web applications, data sets, GIS data and source code, etc. produced by the Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
The Columbia Basin Historical Ecology Project consists of basin-wide assessments of historical habitat potential and current habitat condition to guide recovery efforts for endangered salmon. Associated datasets and model outputs include attributed stream networks, main stem and side channel habitat predictions, reference channel type predictions, and pre-settlement riparian vegetation predictions.
The FRAM Data Warehouse provides a single location where users can access and download all data collected by the Fishery Resource Analysis & Monitoring (FRAM) division to include observer, economics, and groundfish fisheries independent survey data.
This application tracks species allocations, catch, quota share, and quota pounds in the Shorebased Trawl Fishery for participants.
Search for more NWFSC scientific data and metadata on the NOAA Fisheries InPort Catalog.
Repositories of source code developed by the Northwest Fisheries Science Center are hosted for the public on GitHub.com as well as in .ZIP archives hosted on this page.
The PCSRF Public Website allows access to the public to explore, query, and download fiscal, location, work type, and metric information for projects funded by the Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund.
The public site for exploring, querying, and downloading fiscal, location, work type, and metric information for salmon habitat restoration projects in the Pacific Northwest is currently in development.
The Salmon Habitat Restoration Planning (SHaRP) model is a process-based analysis for quantifying historical, current, and future habitat conditions, and modeling the potential benefit of alternative restoration actions to salmon populations.
The Salmon Habitat Status and Trend Monitoring Program is a long-term monitoring program with a hierarchical approach to monitoring large river, floodplain, delta, and nearshore habitats using primarily remote sensing approaches.
Explore summaries of bycatch estimates, groundfish mortality, and coverage levels collected aboard observed U.S. West Coast fishing vessels.
The In-Season Salmon Reporting Service is a RESTful web service that reports expanded weights and counts for WCGOP observed discarded salmon species.