Data Resources for Scientists
This page provides access to a variety of maps, applications, and databases produced at CRITFC on behalf of our member tribes.
GIS layers and databases produced through research, monitoring, and evaluation projects conducted by CRITFC staff are available on this website. Download files and metadata links provided for individual data sets. Periodically, current data sets are updated and new data sets are published. CRITFC also has a gallery of layers and maps on Esri’s ArcGIS Online platform and can be accessed here. User guide on how to work with the mapping applications below can be accessed here.
The Limiting Factors Application displays the four main factors limiting salmon distribution and abundance from the Sub Basin Plans that came out of the NW Power and Conservation Council process during the early 2000s. If your browser is having problems loading the online mapper, try a different browser. Project information and layer metadata can be accessed here.
The PCSRF Projects Application distinguishes tribal Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund projects by their type and location, and provides detailed reports for these projects. If your browser is having problems loading the online mapper, try a different browser. Project information and layer metadata can be accessed here.
Future applications, maps, and data will continue to be developed on this page so check back soon!
CRITFC intern Solomon Trimble assessing indicator stocks within the Columbia River Basin. CRITFC has developed a comprehensive research strategy to monitor the age and stock composition of adult Pacific salmon returning to the Columbia River and has monitored the above-Bonneville Dam adult migration of salmon species since 1985.