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Data SetDescriptionProgramInport Catalog IDParent Project
Juvenile Salmonid Parasite DataData on Parasite communities in juvenile Chinook salmon, Coho salmon, and steelheadEstuarine and Ocean Ecology18494Juvenile Salmonid Parasite Data
BiologicalAll relevant biological dataWatershed18016Elwha River Dam Removal Study
IsotopesC and N isotope levels in plants, insects and fish in the Cedar RiverWatershed17861Recolonization of the Cedar River, WA by Pacific salmon
Predicted riparian vegetationGIS hydrography layer with riparian attributesWatershed20561Potential for Habitat Improvement in the Columbia River Basin
Transient killer whale rangeLocational dataEcosystem Science17900Satellite tagging of West Coast transient killer whales to determine range and movement patterns
Yakima Spring Chinook carcassesComprehensive GIS data of Yakima River Spring Chinook spawnersEnvironmental Physiology20535Assessing the efficacy of acclimation sites and habitat quality and quantity for supplementation success: tradeoffs between homing and spawning site selection.
Salish Sea Marine Survival (Steelhead)Steelhead smolt locationsHatchery Reform Science30900Early Marine Survival of Puget Sound Steelhead
Townet databaseFilemaker Pro database containing fish data collectionWatershed17850Evaluating the ecological health of Puget Sound's pelagic foodweb
Electro-olfactogramsElectrophysiological recordings from the olfactory system of salmonids.Not designated17814Neurobehavioral impacts of copper on juvenile salmon
Harbor porpoisePassive acoustic monitoringEcosystem Science18056Passive acoustic monitoring of harbor porpoises in Puget Sound
EPA2011 Microbial & nutrient databaseFilemaker Pro database containing microbial abundance, heterotrophic production, chlorophyll a, and inorganic nutrientsWatershed18566Evaluating the ecological health of Puget Sound's pelagic foodweb
Model outputsOutputs of Atlantis model scenariosEcosystem Science18088Developing end-to-end models of the Gulf of California
Vibrio ecologyConcentrations of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in oysters, water and sediments. Temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, SPM, DOC and pigment analysisNot designated17945Identifying Environmental Determinants Favorable for the Presence and Transmission of Pathogenic Vibrios
Habitat AnalysisDatabase of habitat capacity estimatesWatershed20568Trinity River Restoration Potential
Species CompositionSpecies composition (lengths, weights, counts) for regular and bycatch reduction device-impacted trawls.Groundfish Ecology30868Bycatch Reduction Engineering Research
CCIEA data and model outputData and model output gathered and generated by the California Current Integrated Ecosystem Assessment teamEcosystem Science30836California Current Integrated Ecosystem Assessment
Washington coast sablefishSize, sex, gonad stage, fecundityEnvironmental Physiology, Marine Fish and Shellfish Biology18510Reproductive Life History Analysis of Sablefish Populations off the Washington and California Coasts
Salmonid use of restored habitat in the Klamath River basinAssessment of the use of restored and unrestored habitat by salmonids in the Klamath River basinWatershed30857Habitat Restoration and Monitoring Program in the Klamath Basin for the Southern Oregon–Northern California Coast Coho Salmon Evolutionary Significant Unit
Non fisheries threatsNon fisheries threatsEcosystem Science30826Risk, status and trends of non-fisheries threats in the California Current to groundfish species.
Reference stand conditionData of DF forest reference standsWatershed18015Effects of Thinning on Forest Structure important to the recovery of ESA-listed species
Oceanographic Trawl DataNekton and juvenile salmon collections from surface trawlEstuarine and Ocean Ecology18501Juvenile Salmon & Ocean Ecosystem Survey
Estuary-wide genetic stock distribution and salmon habitat use, tidal-fluvial estuaryBimonthly genetic stock group distribution for juvenile Chinook Salmon collected from 3 habitats each from 6 tidal-fluvial estuary reaches and monthly fish species composition, abundance, and length:weight; Chinook salmon life history and genetic stock IDEstuarine and Ocean Ecology20546Columbia River Estuary Tidal Habitats
Coastal Assessment FrameworkGeographic data on the nation's coasts and estuariesWatershed30858National Assessment of Estuary and Coastal Habitats
Biological dataBiological data collected from FSCS during catch processingGroundfish Ecology18470Integrated acoustic and trawl survey of Pacific hake off the Pacific Coast
Experimental streamsData on nutrients and insects to salmon carcass additionsWatershed17858Recolonization of the Cedar River, WA by Pacific salmon
Fish Culture dataRaw data on rearing density, loading density, water temperature, ration, and feed size may be available. Raw data on administration of therapeutic drugs may be available.Hatchery Reform Science17951Snake River sockeye salmon captive propagation
Vibrio ecology in PNWTime series data on pathogen abundance, temperature, salinity and sampling locationsNot designated17958The Ecology of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in the Pacific Northwest: Implications for risk assessment and early warning systems
Elwha Master DatafileNearshore marine ecosystems (intertidal and shallow subtidal) play a key role in the life cycles of many forage fish and other commercially and ecologically important species, and have undergone extensive human modification including construction of bulkheads along the shore, erection of piers and docks, dredging and filling, removal of riparian vegetation, and pollution. Nearshore regions are also particularly susceptible to climate variability, extreme storm events, and sea level rise. Understanding the dynamics of the primary species utilizing these nearshore systems is critical to understanding the populations that inhabit this dynamic habitat and preserving their various ecosystem functions. Since 2006, we have monitored the species composition and relative abundance of nearshore fish, including salmonids and forage fish in the Central Strait of Juan de Fuca and extending into Puget Sound. Our primary goals are to describe population dynamics of the dominant forage fish species (Pacific herring, Surf smelt, and Pacific sand lance), and to evaluate responses of the nearshore fish community to dam removals on the Elwha River. We are working in the following areas: Elwha River dam removal response: 5 years of monitoring along 30+km of coastline in the Strait of Juan de Fuca prior to dam removal (2006-2011)and 5 years of post-dam removal monitoring through September 2017 (we did not sample in 2009 and 2013). Monthly beach seining April – October used for data collection. We are examining how different species and life stages of forage fish and salmonids respond to changes in nearshore habitat conditions and the effects of sediment changes resulting from dam removal on estuarine and near coastal biota. Forage fish population dynamics: The major focus of forage fish conservation efforts has been on managing fishing pressure to increase numbers. Less attention has been placed on other anthropogenic factors such as habitat loss, yet this has had extensive impacts in nearshore marine (intertidal and shallow subtidal) areas. We have evaluating spatial and temporal variability in the forage fish community associated with nearshore habitats over a 10-year period in the Strait of Juan de Fuca and relating patterns to local and regional factors This data is currently being combined with other datasets throughout Puget Sound and the Salish sea to give insight into possible drivers of recent regional collapses in Herring populations (such as Cherry Point). Findings are also documenting shifts in historical spawning beds, and giving a baseline for genetic work documenting the stock variability and potential threats to these single large or perhaps multiple small populations of Pacific herring Surf smelt and Pacific Sand lance These long-term data sets are the result of collaborative efforts between NOAA and tribal, state, and federal partners. These efforts are critical to understanding the importance of nearshore habitats to ecologically and commercially valuable fish species (including federally listed species) and will help with the development of fisheries management, coastal development, and restoration plans impacting the nearshore marine environment. For this project, the data was stored in .xls and access files.Estuarine and Ocean Ecology30856Elwha dam removal neashore monitoring and Salish Sea forage fish assessment
Migration of steelheadGenetic basis of migratory tendency and life history plasticity in Oncorhynchus mykissGenetics and Evolution18061Genetic Basis of Migratory Tendency and Life History Plasticity in Oncorhynchus mykiss
Feed formulationsMS Excel spreadheetAquaculture30896Incorporation of Plant Proteins into Marine Finfish Feeds, a NWFSC-YSFRI Joint Study
SRKW acoustic responseMeasurements of vocal behavior, whale behavioral states, background noise measurements, vessel counts and other attributesEcosystem Science20600Investigating noise effects on the acoustic signals and behavior of Southern Resident killer whales (Orcinus orca)
Puget Sound porpoise populationPorpoise population dataEcosystem Science18059Estimates of harbor porpoise population size in the main basin of Puget Sound
Behavioral observationsBehavioral observations and video of salmonids following exposure to pesticides.Not designated17817Evaluating the impacts of pesticides on ESA-listed salmon and their habitats
PTAGISRegional PIT tag data respositoryEstuarine and Ocean Ecology30855Development of Large PIT-Tag Antennas to Estimate Migration Timing and Survival for Adult Salmonids near Pile Dikes in the Columbia River Estuary
Habitat Use Database2005 habitat-use analysis supporting groundfish EFH.Groundfish Ecology18425Groundfish Essential Fish Habitat (EFH) Habitat Use Database (HUD)
Fish and logger summariesExcel datasheets of fish and logger summariesWatershed18066Physical and biological effects of fish-friendly tide gates
EPA Townetting CTD castsAccess database containing all conductivity/temperature/depth (CTD) castsWatershed17849Evaluating the ecological health of Puget Sound's pelagic foodweb
Chiller Design ModelThis model can be used to size glycol and water reservoirs to control the rise in temperature following chiller failure.Hatchery Reform Science30879Impact of chiller failure on the short-term temperature variation in the incubation of salmonids
Lipophilic Toxins in WAContains information regarding toxin producing species and toxin measurements in shellfish and seawater samples. Also includes associated environmental data.Marine Microbes and Toxins30880Clear and present danger: monitoring and management of lipophilic shellfish toxins in Washington State
Chinook salmon Genetic Stock Identification dataThis project evaluates data from coded wire tagging with that from parental based tagging to identify stock of origin for Chinook salmon landed in Washington state commercial troll fishery.Genetics and Evolution30838Genetic Stock Identification of Washington Chinook salmon
Beaver EvidenceLocation of historical locations of beaver in CAWatershed18653Historical Range of Beaver in the State of California, with an emphasis on areas within the range of coho salmon and steelhead trout
Broodyear dataData is collected by broodyear on % survival to eye, % survival to spawning, % survival to smolt, % survival to adult, % maturity at two years old, % maturity as three year olds, and % maturity as four year olds. Age of maturity data is available by sex.Hatchery Reform Science-Snake River Sockeye Salmon captive propagation
Chemical tracers in Northwest Atlantic dogfishPersistent organic pollutants, stable isotopes, and lipids in smooth and spiny dogfish from the northwestern AtlanticEnvironmental Chemistry32323Chemical tracers in Northwest Atlantic dogfish
Bridge Creek IMW databasePhysical and biological dataWatershed18014Bridge Creek Restoration and Monitoring Project
Pacific HakeAge, somatic growth, otolith chemistryEcosystem Analysis18610Growth and natal origin of Pacific hake from the Georgia Basin DPS
OA Experimental ResultsOcean acidification experimental results for Dungeness crab, China rockfish, Pacific herring, bivalves, krill, and other speciesEcosystem Science, Genetics and Evolution18592Research on the effects of ocean acidification, climate change, and deoxygenation on marine organisms
Qwuloolt hydrologyWater level, temperature, and salinity at project and reference sitesWatershed17853Monitoring the Qwuloolt Estuarine Levee Breach Restoration
Atlantis model outputsResults of Atlantis ecosystem model simulations Metadata and .nc datafile at https://www.nodc.noaa.gov/oceanacidification/data/0131198.xml Generated from Atlantis ecosystem model, version AtlantisTrunk5425. Model code from CSIRO Australia, available via SVN after contacting CSIRO staff at http://atlantis.cmar.csiro.au/Ecosystem Science30844Developing end-to-end models of the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem
Physical oceanographyOutputs of the ROMS model. Metadata and .nc datafile at https://www.nodc.noaa.gov/oceanacidification/data/0131198.xml Generated from Atlantis ecosystem model, version AtlantisTrunk5425. Model code from CSIRO Australia, available via SVN after contacting CSIRO staff at http://atlantis.cmar.csiro.au/Ecosystem Science30845Developing end-to-end models of the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem
Puget Sound ocean acidification model outputsspreadsheetGenetics and Evolution17787Modeling the impacts of ocean acidification on ecosystems and populations
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