Coverage Name and Description

 

Agency

Phone Number

 

Bacteria Data

 

AMBIENT: A point layer that contains data related to ambient monitoring locations around Willapa Bay.  There are many linkable data files associated with this point layer that contain data on specific  locations around Willapa Bay.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

FECAREAS: A layer that contains the distribution of ambient monitoring locations around Willapa Bay.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

KSAMPLE: A point layer containing water sample data collected by Kathleen Sayce around Willapa Bay 1992-1997.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

Fish Data

 

ANADBAS: A 1:100k stream layer that contains linkable data about fish distributions by the watershed. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

ANADPTS: A point layer that contains in channel blockages that can effect the passage of anadramous fish upstream. This layer is updated once a year by the WDFW.

Martin Hudson

WA Rivers Info System Data Manager

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-902-2487

 

FISHBLKS: This point layer contains 1:100k as well as 1:24k fish blockages around the Willapa Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

FISHPROP: A 1:100k stream layer that contains linkable data files containing data about fish planting around the Willapa Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TRAPS: Contains historic fish trap locations around Willapa Bay.  Original Data from Shotwell, 1977. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TRAPS2: Contains historic fish trap locations around Willapa Bay.  Original Data from Shotwell, 1977. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TRAPAREAS: Contains general historic fish trap areas around Willapa Bay.  Original Data from Shotwell, 1977. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

GILLNET: A general breakdown of gillnet zones within Willapa Bay.  Catchdata, a linkable data file can accompany this polygon layer.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

HATCH: Point locations for three fish hatcheries within the Willapa Basin, Naselle, Nemah and Willapa.

Jon Bowers

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

HERRING: The distribution of herring within Willapa Bay.

Dale Gomberg

GIS Technician

WDFW

360-902-2836

 

NATFEAT: Data file (new/) containing natural obstructions to salmonids. This table can be linked to just about any 1:100k stream line layer. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SPAWNER: This layer illustrates the extent of fish index areas within the Willapa Basin. The PCD has supplied fish index attributes to this layer and presently uses it as a primary layer for fish index data.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

STR_ANAD: A line layer that is used to hold linear anadramous fish data, including propagation data, blockages, and also index areas .

Martin Hudson

WA Rivers Info System Data Manager

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-902-2487

 

STR_COMBO: Contains both line and point data about the distribution of salmonids in the Willapa Basin. This layer is also used with other data base files to provide access about other salmonid attributes.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

Biologic

 

CLAM: This layer contains the distribution of clams and other shell fish within Willapa Bay as well as along the ocean side of the Long Beach peninsula.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

CRAB: This layer contains the distribution of crab within Willapa Bay.

Dale Gomberg

GIS Technician

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-902-2836

 

ELK: This is a poor example of where the elk are located within one protected area within the Nemah watershed.  This layer could be easily expanded to include other areas within and adjacent to Ken Kandell's farm in Naselle, where all the locals go hunting!

Lea Knutson

Priority Habitat Species Program

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-664-9476

 

 

 

 

 

 

OYSTER: The distribution of oysters in the Willapa Bay. This layer differs from tideland ownership (Tl_own) by extending beyond the boundaries of tideland ownership.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PHS: Priority Habitat Species Program data layer, Geographic distribution of habitat areas within the Willapa Basin. This layer has data files that must be joined/linked to the geography to be able to determine the extent of any one habitat area.

Lea Knutson

Priority Habitat Species Program

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-664-9476

 

SEAL/Great White Shark: The extent of seal haul out areas within Willapa Bay.

Lea Knutson

Priority Habitat Species Program

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-664-9476

 

SHOREBIRD: The extent of a few species of shore birds within Willapa Bay.

Lea Knutson

Priority Habitat Species Program

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-664-9476

 

WFOWL: The extent of waterfowl within Willapa Bay.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

WFOWL_PH: Reselected waterfowl areas from the Priority Habitat Species Program data layer

Lea Knutson

Priority Habitat Species Program

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-664-9476

 

WFRS_PRI: Prioritized water fowl areas

 

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

HABITAT: SURVEY (BEAR, NASELLE, NEMAH, PALIX)

 

 

 

 

BEAR: 1995-1996 Stream habitat survey for the Bear River watershed. This survey was performed by the PCD displaced Fishers Program and put into digital form by the Willapa Alliance. This line layer contains biologic, geomorphologic and riparian data for all salmonid bearing waters within the Bear River watershed. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BEAR RIVER HABITAT SURVEY SUB DIRECTORY (BUFFERS)

 

 

 

 

BR_OHWD: Ordinary high water depth in units of feet/inches.  This field contains the average wetted depth for the 1000’ segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_OHWW: Ordinary high water width in units of feet.  This field contains the average wetted width for the 1000’ segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_WD: Wetted depth of the stream channel at the time of the survey.  This field contains the average depth for the 1000’ segment at the time of the survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_WW: Wetted width at the time of the survey.  This field contains the average width of the 1000’ segment at the time of the survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_OHWD: Ordinary high water depth of individual 200 foot increments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_OHWW: Ordinary high water width of individual 200 foot increments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_WD: Wetted depth of individual 200 foot increments, at the time of survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_WW: Wetted width of individual 200 foot increments, at the time of survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_GRAD:  Stream channel gradient, averaged over 200 foot segments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_POOL: Linear percentage of (pool) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_RIFF: Linear percentage of (riffle) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_GLID: Linear percentage of (glide) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_AVG_B: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of boulder sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_AVG_C:  Average percentage of the substrate comprised of cobble sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_AVG_G: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of gravel sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_AVG_S: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sand sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_SED: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sediment sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_BED: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sediment sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_OHC:  Overhead canopy cover percent averaged over the segment..

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_CON_R: Total percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of coniferous trees, on the right side of the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_CON_L: Total percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of coniferous trees, on the left side of the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_CL_DBH:  Field estimated diameter breast height of coniferous trees found within 200 feet on the left side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_CR_DBH:  Field estimated diameter breast height of coniferous trees found within 200 feet on the right side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_DR_DBH: Field estimated diameter breast height of deciduous trees found within 200 feet on the right side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_DL_DBH: Field estimated diameter breast height of deciduous trees found within 200 feet on the left side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_ DEC_L: Percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of deciduous trees, on the left side for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_ DEC_R: Percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of deciduous trees, on  the right side for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_CONGT12: Total number of pieces of coniferous woody debris  in the stream channel that are greater than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_DECGT12: Total number of pieces of deciduous woody debris in the stream channel that are greater than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_CONLT12: Total number of pieces of coniferous woody debris in the stream channel that are less than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_DECLT12: Total number of pieces of deciduous woody debris in the stream channel that are less than 12 inches in diameter for the segment. Total number of in-stream woody debris clumps that contain deciduous components that are less than 12 inches in diameter for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_NUM_R: Total number of in-stream root wads/plates.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BR_NUM_C: Total number of in-stream individual woody debris clumps.

 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NASELLE: 1995-1996 Stream habitat survey for the Bear River watershed. This survey was performed by the PCD displaced Fishers Program and put into digital form by the Willapa Alliance. This line layer contains biologic, geomorphologic and riparian data for all salmonid bearing waters within the Bear River watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NASELLE HABITAT SURVEY SUB DIRECTORY (BUFFERS)

 

 

 

 

NA_OHWD: Ordinary high water depth in units of feet/inches.  This field contains the average wetted depth for the 1000’ segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_OHWW: Ordinary high water width in units of feet.  This field contains the average wetted width for the 1000’ segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_WD: Wetted depth of the stream channel at the time of the survey.  This field contains the average depth for the 1000’ segment at the time of the survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_WW: Wetted width at the time of the survey.  This field contains the average width of the 1000’ segment at the time of the survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_OHWD: Ordinary high water depth of individual 200 foot increments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_OHWW: Ordinary high water width of individual 200 foot increments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_WD: Wetted depth of individual 200 foot increments, at the time of survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_WW: Wetted width of individual 200 foot increments, at the time of survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_GRAD:  Stream channel gradient, averaged over 200 foot segments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_POOL: Linear percentage of (pool) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_RIFF: Linear percentage of (riffle) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_GLID: Linear percentage of (glide) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_AVG_B: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of boulder sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_AVG_C:  Average percentage of the substrate comprised of cobble sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_AVG_G: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of gravel sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_AVG_S: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sand sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_SED: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sediment sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_BED: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sediment sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_OHC:  Overhead canopy cover percent averaged over the segment..

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_CON_R: Total percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of coniferous trees, on the right side of the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_CON_L: Total percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of coniferous trees, on the left side of the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_CL_DBH:  Field estimated diameter breast height of coniferous trees found within 200 feet on the left side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_CR_DBH:  Field estimated diameter breast height of coniferous trees found within 200 feet on the right side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_DR_DBH: Field estimated diameter breast height of deciduous trees found within 200 feet on the right side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_DL_DBH: Field estimated diameter breast height of deciduous trees found within 200 feet on the left side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_ DEC_L: Percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of deciduous trees, on the left side for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_ DEC_R: Percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of deciduous trees, on  the right side for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_CONGT12: Total number of pieces of coniferous woody debris  in the stream channel that are greater than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_DECGT12: Total number of pieces of deciduous woody debris in the stream channel that are greater than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_CONLT12: Total number of pieces of coniferous woody debris in the stream channel that are less than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_DECLT12: Total number of pieces of deciduous woody debris in the stream channel that are less than 12 inches in diameter for the segment. Total number of in-stream woody debris clumps that contain deciduous components that are less than 12 inches in diameter for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_NUM_R: Total number of in-stream root wads/plates.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NA_NUM_C: Total number of in-stream individual woody debris clumps.

 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NEMAH: 1995-1996 Stream habitat survey for the Nemah watershed. This survey was performed by the PCD displaced Fishers Program and put into digital form by the Willapa Alliance. This line layer contains biologic, geomorphologic and riparian data for all salmonid bearing waters within the Nemah watershed. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

 

NEMAH HABITAT SURVEY SUB DIRECTORY

(BUFFERS)

 

 

 

 

NE_OHWD: Ordinary high water depth in units of feet/inches.  This field contains the average wetted depth for the 1000’ segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_OHWW: Ordinary high water width in units of feet.  This field contains the average wetted width for the 1000’ segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_WD: Wetted depth of the stream channel at the time of the survey.  This field contains the average depth for the 1000’ segment at the time of the survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_WW: Wetted width at the time of the survey.  This field contains the average width of the 1000’ segment at the time of the survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_OHWD: Ordinary high water depth of individual 200 foot increments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_OHWW: Ordinary high water width of individual 200 foot increments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_WD: Wetted depth of individual 200 foot increments, at the time of survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_WW: Wetted width of individual 200 foot increments, at the time of survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_GRAD:  Stream channel gradient, averaged over 200 foot segments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_POOL: Linear percentage of (pool) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_RIFF: Linear percentage of (riffle) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_GLID: Linear percentage of (glide) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_AVG_B: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of boulder sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_AVG_C:  Average percentage of the substrate comprised of cobble sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_AVG_G: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of gravel sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_AVG_S: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sand sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_SED: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sediment sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_BED: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sediment sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_OHC:  Overhead canopy cover percent averaged over the segment..

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_CON_R: Total percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of coniferous trees, on the right side of the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_CON_L: Total percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of coniferous trees, on the left side of the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_CL_DBH:  Field estimated diameter breast height of coniferous trees found within 200 feet on the left side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_CR_DBH:  Field estimated diameter breast height of coniferous trees found within 200 feet on the right side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_DR_DBH: Field estimated diameter breast height of deciduous trees found within 200 feet on the right side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_DL_DBH: Field estimated diameter breast height of deciduous trees found within 200 feet on the left side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_ DEC_L: Percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of deciduous trees, on the left side for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_ DEC_R: Percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of deciduous trees, on  the right side for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_CONGT12: Total number of pieces of coniferous woody debris  in the stream channel that are greater than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_DECGT12: Total number of pieces of deciduous woody debris in the stream channel that are greater than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_CONLT12: Total number of pieces of coniferous woody debris in the stream channel that are less than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_DECLT12: Total number of pieces of deciduous woody debris in the stream channel that are less than 12 inches in diameter for the segment. Total number of in-stream woody debris clumps that contain deciduous components that are less than 12 inches in diameter for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_NUM_R: Total number of in-stream root wads/plates.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NE_NUM_C: Total number of in-stream individual woody debris clumps.

 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PALIX: 1995-1996 Stream habitat survey for the Palix watershed. This survey was performed by the PCD displaced Fishers Program and put into digital form by the Willapa Alliance. This line layer contains biologic, geomorphologic and riparian data for all salmonid bearing waters within the Palix watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PALIX HABITAT SURVEY SUB DIRECTORY

(BUFFERS)

 

 

 

 

PA_OHWD: Ordinary high water depth in units of feet/inches.  This field contains the average wetted depth for the 1000’ segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_OHWW: Ordinary high water width in units of feet.  This field contains the average wetted width for the 1000’ segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_WD: Wetted depth of the stream channel at the time of the survey.  This field contains the average depth for the 1000’ segment at the time of the survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_WW: Wetted width at the time of the survey.  This field contains the average width of the 1000’ segment at the time of the survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_OHWD: Ordinary high water depth of individual 200 foot increments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_OHWW: Ordinary high water width of individual 200 foot increments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_WD: Wetted depth of individual 200 foot increments, at the time of survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_WW: Wetted width of individual 200 foot increments, at the time of survey.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_GRAD: Stream channel gradient, averaged over 200 foot segments.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_POOL: Linear percentage of (pool) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_RIFF: Linear percentage of (riffle) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_GLID: Linear percentage of (glide) flow regime observed within the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_AVG_B: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of boulder sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_AVG_C:  Average percentage of the substrate comprised of cobble sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_AVG_G: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of gravel sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_AVG_S: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sand sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_SED: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sediment sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_BED: Average percentage of the substrate comprised of sediment sized material for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_OHC: Overhead canopy cover percent averaged over the segment..

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_CON_R: Total percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of coniferous trees, on the right side of the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_CON_L: Total percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of coniferous trees, on the left side of the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_CL_DBH:  Field estimated diameter breast height of coniferous trees found within 200 feet on the left side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_CR_DBH:  Field estimated diameter breast height of coniferous trees found within 200 feet on the right side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_DR_DBH: Field estimated diameter breast height of deciduous trees found within 200 feet on the right side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_DL_DBH: Field estimated diameter breast height of deciduous trees found within 200 feet on the left side of the stream channel for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_ DEC_L: Percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of deciduous trees, on the left side for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_ DEC_R: Percentage of the forest found within 200’ of the stream channel comprised of deciduous trees, on  the right side for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_CONGT12: Total number of pieces of coniferous woody debris  in the stream channel that are greater than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_DECGT12: Total number of pieces of deciduous woody debris in the stream channel that are greater than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_CONLT12: Total number of pieces of coniferous woody debris in the stream channel that are less than 12 inches in diameter.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_DECLT12: Total number of pieces of deciduous woody debris in the stream channel that are less than 12 inches in diameter for the segment. Total number of in-stream woody debris clumps that contain deciduous components that are less than 12 inches in diameter for the segment.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_NUM_R: Total number of in-stream root wads/plates.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PA_NUM_C: Total number of in-stream individual woody debris clumps.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

Environmental Quality (TEMPORARILY HELD OUT TO CONSERVE SPACE)

 

 

 

 

CERC: Super fund sites in and around the Willapa Basin. Really crummy scale, but covers the entire Northwest.  

Randy Deardorff

Environmental Protection Agency - Region 10

206-553-8183

 

HYD_PTS: A point layer used to carry both water and tissue sample data. This layer has many linkable data files to go along with it.

Brett Dumbauld

Biologist

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-665-4166

 

LB_WELLS: Water wells on the peninsula.

Thomas Blakemore

 

 

 

NPDES: Facilities regulated by EPA and the states under the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System. Points generally represent discharge locations.

Ray Peterson

GIS Specialist

Environmental Protection Agency

206-553-1682

 

OCISTA: Point coverage indicating location of oyster monitoring stations where oyster conditions have been recorded on a monthly basis from 1954 to 1994. (Interrain version)

 

Brett Dumbauld

Biologist

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-665-4166

 

RCRA: Resource Conservation Recovery Sites.  Data is drawn from RCRIS, with some facility locations updated from FINDS, or by EPA Region 10 staff.

 

Randy Deardorff

Environmental Protection Agency - Region 10

206-553-8183

 

STATIONS: Shellfish monitoring Stations around Willapa Bay, note, this coverage contains the same points as the HYD_PTS, but with different attributes. (Interrain version)

Dan Saul

Shellfish Program Manager

Washington Department of Ecology

360-407-6419

 

STORET: Storet coliform Stations around Willapa Bay

James Hileman

Environmental Engineer

Environmental Protection Agency

206-553-1640

 

TEMP_STA: Point locations of temperature stations around Willapa Bay.

Brett Dumbauld

Biologist

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-665-4166

 

TRI92: Toxic Release Inventory, a point layer containing toxic release sites around SW Washington.

Kristina Colt

Toxic Release Inventory Program Manager

Environmental Protection Agency

206-553-4016

 

Geomorphology

 

 

 

 

BAYSHORE: A common shoreline used for Willapa Bay and SW Washington / NW Oregon. This layer makes a nice back drop, if you don’t look too close!

Elizabeth Lanzer

Senior Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

360-228-3333

 

GEOLOGY: 1:250K Contains geologic formations, ages without structural line features.  

Marko Muellner

Web Master

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

NWI: Identifies five different ecological systems which contain multiple and varying coding for subsystems, class, subclass and modifiers including water regimes, water chemistry, soils and special modifiers. This vegetation layer is 1:58,000 scale.

Sharron O'Conner

Washington Department of Ecology

206-407-7263

 

NWI SUB-DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

NWI_BR: NWI clipped for the Bear River watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NWI_LIB: NWI clipped for the Long Beach watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NWI_NAS: NWI clipped for the Naselle watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NWI_NEM: NWI clipped for the Nemah watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NWI_NOR: NWI clipped for the North watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NWI_PAL: NWI clipped for the Palix watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NWI_WSB: NWI clipped for the Bear River sub-watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

EST_LOSS: Palustrine wetland ecological systems were included in this "modified" subset of the NWI data. Boundaries were drawn on screen to delineate, in general, estuarine areas from freshwater areas.

Sharron O'Conner

Washington Department of Ecology

206-407-7263

 

OFCHLOSS: An quick inventory of modified freshwater wetland ecological systems in the Willapa Basin.

Sharron O'Conner

Washington Department of Ecology

206-407-7263

 

OLDSHORE: This layer was an attempt to improve on the shoreline features of the original Washington Department of Natural Resources HYDRO_PL layer.

Jon Bowers

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

SOILFLOD: The distribution of flooded soil types for around the mouth of the Columbia River.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

SOILHYDR: Hydric soil distribution for around the mouth of the Columbia River

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

SOILS24: 1:24K Soil Conservation District soil coverage, contains several linkable attribute tables that are based on the item ST_SOIL_SY.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TL_MRPH: Tidelands within Willapa Bay broken into sub-tidal, inter-tidal and super-tidal. The shoreline of this coverage has been fitted to match other shoreline coverages. This coverage was reselected from NWI data.

Mike Mertens (1996) and Edward H. Clifton, 1983

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

SOIL SUB-DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

SOIL_BR: 1:24K Soil Conservation District soil coverage clipped for the Bear River Watershed. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SOIL_LIB: 1:24K Soil Conservation District soil coverage clipped for the Bear River Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SOIL_NAS: 1:24K Soil Conservation District soil coverage clipped for the Naselle Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SOIL_NEM: 1:24K Soil Conservation District soil coverage clipped for the Nemah Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SOIL_NOR: 1:24K Soil Conservation District soil coverage clipped for the North Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SOIL_PAL: 1:24K Soil Conservation District soil coverage clipped for the Palix Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SOIL_WSB: 1:24K Soil Conservation District soil coverage clipped for the Willapa Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

Hydrology

 

 

 

 

BSN_BND: This is a line layer that follows a general basin boundary for the Willapa Basin

Luis Fuste

Information Officer

U.S. Geological Survey

360-593-6510

 

FLOW_STA: USGS stream gauge stations around the Willapa Basin.

Luis Fuste

Information Officer

U.S. Geological Survey

360-593-6510

 

GW_CONS: January 1992 water-level contours include Cape Disappointment, Ocean Park, and Oysterville.

Thomas Blakemore

 

 

 

HYD_LIN: Hydrologic line work for in and around the Willapa Bay.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

HYDRO: A CCAP rendition of 1:100k coverage of type (1-3) waters for SW Washington / NW Oregon. Note: this line coverage contains the most complete coverage of stream names.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

HYDRO_PL: This layer holds information on water bodies such as bays, lakes, wide rivers and reservoirs.

Sandra Bahr

Information Manager

Washington Department of Natural Resources

360-902-1544

 

HYDRO_P: This layer holds information on water bodies such as bays, lakes, wide rivers and reservoirs.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

HUC_CAF: Hydrologic units throughout the region.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

LAKE: The distribution of lakes within the Willapa Basin. This layer in a reselect out of the NWI layer.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

LB_BAS: Watershed boundary and surface-water divides for Long Beach Peninsula.

Thomas Blakemore

 

 

 

LB_DIV: Surface-water divides for Long Beach Peninsula.

Thomas Blakemore

 

 

 

PRECIP: Precipitation isohyets that measure average annual rainfall in inches.

Stu Smith

Washington Department of Natural Resources

 

 

RIVS24: This hydrographic layer holds data on linear water features such as rivers, streams, and canals. Data on water bodies is found in a separate coverage.  State, private, and some Federal and tribal lands are included in this layer.

Sandra Bahr

Information Manager

Washington Department of Natural Resources

360-902-1544

 

SUB-BASIN SUB-DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

SB_BR: This coverage was derived from WDNR's Watershed Administrative Units (WAU) coverage and consists of eight sub-basin delineations for the Bear River Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SB_LIB: This coverage was derived from WDNR's Watershed Administrative Units (WAU) coverage and consists of eight sub-basin delineations for the Long Island Sub-Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SB_NAS: This coverage was derived from WDNR's Watershed Administrative Units (WAU) coverage and consists of eight sub-basin delineations for the Naselle Sub-Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SB_NEM: This coverage was derived from WDNR's Watershed Administrative Units (WAU) coverage and consists of eight sub-basin delineations for the Nemah Sub-Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SB_NOR: This coverage was derived from WDNR's Watershed Administrative Units (WAU) coverage and consists of eight sub-basin delineations for the North Sub-Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SB_PAL: This coverage was derived from WDNR's Watershed Administrative Units (WAU) coverage and consists of eight sub-basin delineations for the Palix Sub-Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SB_WSB: This coverage was derived from WDNR's Watershed Administrative Units (WAU) coverage and consists of eight sub-basin delineations for the Willapa Sub-Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SUB_BAS: This coverage was derived from WDNR's Watershed Administrative Units (WAU) coverage and consists of eight sub-basin delineations for the Willapa Basin for the extent of thw Willapa Basin.

Jon Bowers

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

STREAM13: This hydrographic layer holds data on linear water features such as river streams and canals. It contains only larger rivers and streams (WDNR water type code 1-3).

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BANKS: Stream banks of major river mouths that have been modified.

Martin Hudson

WA Rivers Info System Data Manager

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-902-2487

 

WAUS_IP: This coverage includes basins (watershed resource inventory areas), sub-basins and watershed administrative units for the extent of the Willapa Basin.

Jon Bowers

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

WIDERIVS: This layer holds data on water body perimeters such as the banks rivers and the shorelines of lakes and reservoirs.

Sandra Bahr

Information Manager

Washington Department of Natural Resources

360-902-1544

 

STREAMS TYPE (1-3) SUB-DIRECTORY

(SUB13)

 

 

 

 

STR_BR: Stream types 1-3 for the Bear River Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000 scale.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

STR_LIB: Stream types 1-3 for the Long Beach Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000 scale.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

STR_NAS: Stream types 1-3 for the Naselle Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

STR_NEM: Stream types 1-3 for the Nemah Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

STR_NOR: Stream types 1-3 for the North Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

STR_PAL: Stream types 1-3 for the Palix Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

STR_WSB: Stream types 1-3 for the Willapa Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000 scale.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

STREAMS TYPE (1-5) SUB-DIRECTORY

(SUB15)

 

 

 

 

BEAR15: Stream types 1-5 for the Bear River Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000 scale.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

LIB15: Stream types 1-5 for the Long Beach Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000 scale.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NASELL15: Stream types 1-5 for the Naselle Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NEMAH15: Stream types 1-5 for the Nemah Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

NORTH15: Stream types 1-5 for the North Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PAL15: Stream types 1-5 for the Palix Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

WILLAP15: Stream types 1-5 for the Willapa Watershed. This layer is 1:24,000 scale.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

Roads

 

 

 

 

ALL_RDS: Detailed roads layer including logging roads at 1:24,000 scale. This layer includes all county roads and major roads.

Sandra Bahr

Information Manager

Washington Department of Natural Resources

360-902-1544

 

BEAR_SURV: Bear River Watershed forest road survey, road surface types, erosion potential. Linework generated from GPS coordinates.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

BEAR_CULV: Bear River culvert inventory point layer containing attributes of the conditions of culverts, passability and erosion potential. Points generated from GPS coordinates.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

CNTY_RDS: County roads layer, containing the most up to date extent of non-forest roads in the Willapa Basin. 

Mike Bishop

 

Pacific County

Dept. Public Works

360-875-6300

 

COUNTY ROADS SUB DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

CNTY_BR: County roads layer, containing the most up to date extent of non-forest roads in the Willapa Basin. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

CNTY_NAS: County roads layer, containing the most up to date extent of non-forest roads in the Willapa Basin. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

CNTY_NEM: County roads layer, containing the most up to date extent of non-forest roads in the Willapa Basin. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

CNTY_NOR: County roads layer, containing the most up to date extent of non-forest roads in the Willapa Basin. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

CNTY_PAL: County roads layer, containing the most up to date extent of non-forest roads in the Willapa Basin. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

CNTY_WIL: County roads layer, containing the most up to date extent of non-forest roads in the Willapa Basin. 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

FACS: Points were interpreted from locations identified in the Pacific County Comprehensive Plan (Draft, 1994) and were checked using roads, streams, and public land survey layers.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

MAJ_RDS: Coverage shows major roads, transportation routes, infrastructure, and highways. There are several clipped versions of this layer.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PWR_LINE: Data was field surveyed and entered into the system using an algorithm to generate lines (generated from distance and bearings). Data is not complete.

Nicole Ruhleder

GIS Technician

Bonneville Power Administration

503-230-5510

 

RDXSTRM: This point coverage contains a derived layer of road crossings over streams based on the intersection of 1:24,000 scale road and stream GIS coverages. This data may be used to potentially identify culverts that are of significance to anadromous fish passage.

Jon Bowers

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

ROADS SUB-DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

RDS_BR: The basin-wide roads coverage was then clipped to the Bear watershed boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

RDS_LIB: The basin-wide roads coverage was then clipped to the Long Beach watershed boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

RDS_NAS: The basin-wide roads coverage was then clipped to the Naselle watershed boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

RDS_NEM: The basin-wide roads coverage was then clipped to the Nemah watershed boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

RDS_NOR: The basin-wide roads coverage was then clipped to the North watershed boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

RDS_PAL: The basin-wide roads coverage was then clipped to the Palix watershed boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

RDS_WSB: The basin-wide roads coverage was then clipped to the Willapa watershed boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

WET_PRI: Priority Wetland Habitats taken from the PHS layer using the item PHSID is used to link the coverage to the cross-reference file and the item EOFORM is used to link the cross-reference file to the other related files.

Lea Knutson

Priority Habitat Species Program

Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

360-664-9476

 

Political

 

 

 

 

AIRPORTS: Locations of any and all airports in SW Washington/NW Oregon. Includes big ones and little ones.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

BLCKGRPS: Block group geography (census) for SW Washington/Nw Oregon. Note: this one doesn't have any data. Please refer to

Summery tape files  (1-3) from the 1990 census

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

CENSUS: Census block coverage for Grays Harbor, Pacific, and Wahkiakum counties. This coverage includes population by block and population density information.

Ray Peterson

GIS Specialist

Environmental Protection Agency

206-553-1682

 

CEN_USE: A combination of census and land use. This layer contains block group level census tracts. This layer can be used for linking information about people to land use types.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

CITIES: Point locations for major and minor cities of SW Washington and NW Oregon.

 

Steve Sherer

GIS Specialist

Bonneville Power Administration

 

 

CITY_CLIP: City points at 1:100k within the Willapa Basin

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

CONGRESS: This layer contains the extent of congressional boundaries for SW Washington / NW Oregon.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

COUNTIES: County boundaries of SW Washington.

 

Dick Rollman

Engineer

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1183

 

CNTY_CLIP: County boundaries clipped to the Willapa Basin.

 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

CULTURAL: This layer contains the approximate locations of cities and towns close to the mouth of the Columbia River.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

GMA: Boundaries identifying both 10- and 20-year urban and community growth areas. Areas were digitized on screen using DNR roads and DNR Public Land Survey layers as references. Primary data was hand drawn and originated in the Pacific County Comprehensive Plan.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

LANDCEN: A simple combination of landuse and census. This layer could be useful in the determination of where people live with respect to land use.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

LAND USE: This layer contains a variety of landuse types in generalized areas that are of adequate scale to compare to other land cover and land use layers.

Sue Pierson

Information Systems Specialist

Environmental Protection Agency

 

 

LANDUSE SUB-DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

USE_BR: This layer contains a variety of landuse types in generalized areas that are of adequate scale to compare to other land cover and land use layers for the Bear River Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

USE_LB: This layer contains a variety of landuse types in generalized areas that are of adequate scale to compare to other land cover and land use layers for the Long beach Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

USE_NAS: This layer contains a variety of landuse types in generalized areas that are of adequate scale to compare to other land cover and land use layers for the Naselle Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

USE_NEM: This layer contains a variety of landuse types in generalized areas that are of adequate scale to compare to other land cover and land use layers for the Nemah Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

USE_NOR: This layer contains a variety of landuse types in generalized areas that are of adequate scale to compare to other land cover and land use layers for the North Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

USE_WIL: This layer contains a variety of landuse types in generalized areas that are of adequate scale to compare to other land cover and land use layers for the Willapa Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

MGT_UNTS:  A partition of the Bay into discrete pieces for management purposes. 

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

MAJ_CIT: Point locations of more significant towns of the Willapa Basin.

Steve Sherer

GIS Specialist

Bonneville Power Administration

 

 

NEWSCHOOL: Actually old school district boundaries from the early 20th century, but it’s all we got

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

OWNER: This layer depicts land ownership as of 1994. It was created primarily from Pacific County courthouse records that were linked with the Public Land Survey digital layer. Additional boundaries were digitized and sections were subdivided by only a few owners.

James Powell/Jim Labbe

 

 

 

OWNER SUB-DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

OWN_BR: Aggregated Land Ownership for the Bear River watershed , clipped to the Bear River sub-basin boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

OWN_NAS: Aggregated Land Ownership for the Naselle watershed , clipped to the Naselle sub-basin boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

OWN_NEM: Aggregated Land Ownership for the Nemah watershed, clipped to the Nemah sub-basin boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

OWN_NOR: Aggregated Land Ownership for the North watershed, clipped to the North sub-basin boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

OWN_PAL: Aggregated Land Ownership for the Palix watershed, clipped to the Palix sub-basin boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

OWN_WIL: Aggregated Land Ownership for the Willapa watershed, clipped to the Willapa  sub-basin boundary.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

OWNTYPE: A simple combination of ownership types, according to some general types of ownership, ie: industrial forest, ect…, for the Willapa Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

OWNUSE: A simple combination of ownership with land use classifications, for the Willapa Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

OWNVEG: A simple combination of ownership with 1991 vegetation types in serial stage, for the Willapa Basin, for the Willapa Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

OWNWAUS: A simple combination of ownership and watershed boundary, for the Willapa Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PARK: The location of the many city, county and state parks in SW Washington and NW Oregon.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

PLS_CLIP: Public Land Survey section boundaries for the extent of the Willapa Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PLS_SEC: Public Land Survey section boundaries for Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SECTION SUB-DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

PLS_BEAR: Public Land Survey section boundaries for the extent of the Bear River Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PLS_NAS: Public Land Survey section boundaries for the extent of the Bear River Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PLS_NEM: Public Land Survey section boundaries for the extent of the Bear River Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PLS_NOR: Public Land Survey section boundaries for the extent of the Bear River Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PLS_PAL: Public Land Survey section boundaries for the extent of the Bear River Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PLS_WIL: Public Land Survey section boundaries for the extent of the Bear River Watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

POCA: The POCA layer is an integrated set of geographic referencing data covering the state of Washington; however, this particular layer only covers a portion of southwest Washington. It is derived from land surveys

Dick Rollman

Engineer

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1183

 

PROTECT: : Protected areas including national wildlife refuges, state parks, state wildlife areas and county parks. This layer is a derivative of the ownership layer.

Steve Sherer

GIS Specialist

Bonneville Power Administration

 

 

SECCLIP: PLS sections clipped to the Willapa Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SHOALWAT: Shoalwater Tribe Reservation boundary.

 

Dick Rollman

Engineer

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1183

 

SPART_UN: Spartina Project Units contained within Willapa Bay.

 

Elizabeth Lanzer

Senior Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

360-228-3333

 

TAXLOT: A generalized and adapted PLS layer that contains important taxing districts within Pacific County

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TL_OWN: Tideland and oyster land ownership in the Willapa Bay.

This layer contains several linkable data files.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

TL_SUBS: .  Information includes subdivisions, revisions, lot line adjustments, additions and other sources of conflict from original TL_OWN layer.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

TOWNSHIP: Public Land Survey township boundaries.

 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TOWNSHIP SUB-DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

TOWN_BR: A township grid that covers the full extent of the Bear River watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TOWN_LB: A township grid that covers the full extent of the Long Beach watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TOWN_NAS: A township grid that covers the full extent of the Naselle watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TOWN_NEM: A township grid that covers the full extent of the Nemah watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TOWN_NOR: A township grid that covers the full extent of the North watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TOWN_PAL: A township grid that covers the full extent of the Palix watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TOWN_WIL: A township grid that covers the full extent of the Willapa watershed.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

TOWN_CLIP: Township boundaries within the Willapa Basin.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

USFW: Tidelands governed by U.S. Fish and Wildlife as reserves, parks, or refuges.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

WCOAST: : State, provincial and international boundaries along with coastline boundary.

Jon Bowers

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

WDFW: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife managed lands (oyster reserves) within Willapa Bay.

 

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

WDNR: Partial WDNR tideland ownership (leased beds).

 

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

ELEVATION

 

BATH: Bathymetry for the Willapa Bay. Depth soundings taken of Willapa Bay between 1938 and 1956, then digitized into the system from final survey plots.

Lt. Lee M. Cohen

E/GC3

NOAA/NESDIS/NGDC

303-497-6376

 

CONTOUR40M: 40-meter contour line coverage for the Willapa Basin and beyond.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

CONTOUR100FT: 100 foot contour line interval. Contains coverage for the Willapa Basin and beyond.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

ELWLINE: Polygon coverage delineating the extreme low low water line exposing tidal flats in relation to open water. The extreme low water line was determined by using NWI characteristics, inter NOS bathymetry data, and truthing information from 1995 aerial video (not referenced).

Sharron O'Conner

Washington Department of Ecology

206-407-7263

 

MLLW:  Polygon coverage delineating the mean low low water line exposing tidal flats in relation to open water within Willapa Bay.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PLIBOX: Shoreline at the time of the Pliocene, some 300’ above the present day shoreline. This is a polygon coverage.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

PLIOCENE: Shoreline at the time of the Pliocene, some 300’ above the present day shoreline. This is a line coverage.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SLP_HAZ: This layer consists of potential areas of natural hill slope instability. It was created by taking digital elevation data and processing it through a slope morphology model developed by Susan Shaw and Dave Johnson.

Susan Shaw

Geomorphologist

Washington Department of Natural Resources - Forest Practices Division

509-427-7050

 

WBHAZARDS: A complete basin wide coverage of slope hazards based on the Shaw model. It was created by taking digital elevation data and processing it through a slope morphology model developed by Susan Shaw and Dave Johnson.

Susan Shaw

Geo morphologist

Washington Department of Natural Resources - Forest Practices Division

509-427-7050

 

HAZARDS SUB-DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

HAZ_BR: This layer consists of potential areas of natural hill slope instability for the Bear River Watershed. It was created by taking digital elevation data and processing it through a slope morphology model developed by Susan Shaw and Dave Johnson.

Susan Shaw

Geomorphologist

Washington Department of Natural Resources - Forest Practices Division

509-427-7050

 

HAZ_LIB: This layer consists of potential areas of natural hill slope instability for the Long beach Watershed. It was created by taking digital elevation data and processing it through a slope morphology model developed by Susan Shaw and Dave Johnson.

Susan Shaw

Geomorpholo gist

Washington Department of Natural Resources - Forest Practices Division

509-427-7050

 

HAZ_NAS: This layer consists of potential areas of natural hill slope instability for the Naselle Watershed. It was created by taking digital elevation data and processing it through a slope morphology model developed by Susan Shaw and Dave Johnson.

Susan Shaw

Geomorphologist

Washington Department of Natural Resources - Forest Practices Division

509-427-7050

 

HAZ_NEM: This layer consists of potential areas of natural hill slope instability for the Nemah Watershed. It was created by taking digital elevation data and processing it through a slope morphology model developed by Susan Shaw and Dave Johnson.

Susan Shaw

Geo morphologist

Washington Department of Natural Resources - Forest Practices Division

509-427-7050

 

HAZ_NOR: This layer consists of potential areas of natural hill slope instability for the North Watershed. It was created by taking digital elevation data and processing it through a slope morphology model developed by Susan Shaw and Dave Johnson.

Susan Shaw

Geo morphologist

Washington Department of Natural Resources - Forest Practices Division

509-427-7050

 

HAZ_PAL: This layer consists of potential areas of natural hill slope instability for the Palix Watershed. It was created by taking digital elevation data and processing it through a slope morphology model developed by Susan Shaw and Dave Johnson.

Susan Shaw

Geomorphologist

Washington Department of Natural Resources - Forest Practices Division

509-427-7050

 

HAZ_WSB: This layer consists of potential areas of natural hill slope instability for the Willapa Watershed. It was created by taking digital elevation data and processing it through a slope morphology model developed by Susan Shaw and Dave Johnson.

Susan Shaw

Geomorphologist

Washington Department of Natural Resources - Forest Practices Division

509-427-7050

 

ZERO_ELEV: This layer is the newest version of the modern shoreline surrounding Willapa Bay

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

VEGETATION

 

 

 

 

BOGS: About half the extent of Cranberry Bogs on the Long Beach Peninsula.

Thomas Blakemore

 

 

 

GAP_VEG: Washington GAP Analysis vegetation classification for vegetation, forest, and land cover. Note: This layer is updated once a year by the DNR.

 

Kelly Cassidy

GAP Analysis Project Leader

Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

206-685-4195

 

SPART92: Spartina inventory derived from aerial and ground surveys classified in separate groupings according to density.

 

Elizabeth Lanzer

Senior Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

360-228-3333

 

SPART94: Spartina inventory derived from aerial and ground surveys classified in separate groupings according to density.

 

Patrick Clinton

GIS Technician

Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce

(CREST)

503-325-0435

 

SPART_CHG: General change in Spartina densities in Willapa Bay in the years 1992 and 1994.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

VEG_CC91: This layer contains forest canopy cover information for the Willapa Basin. The classification comes from Landsat TM data.

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

VEG_JP: Vegetation for the South Willapa River watershed, the East Fork and Middle portion of the Naselle watershed, Ellsworth Creek and the Upper North River.

James Powell

 

 

 

RIPARIAN SUB-DIRECTORY (INTERRAIN VERSION)

 

 

 

 

RIP_BR: Riparian forest canopy cover for the Bear River watershed. This layer is a hydro buffer of streams type 1-9. Note: there are other riparian layers to choose from.

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

RIP_LIB: Riparian forest canopy cover for the Longbeach watershed. This layer is a hydro buffer of streams type 1-9.

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

RIP_NAS: Riparian forest canopy cover for the Naselle watershed. This layer is a hydro buffer of streams type 1-9. Note: there are other riparian layers to choose from.

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

RIP_NEM: Riparian forest canopy cover for the Nemah watershed. This layer is a hydro buffer of streams type 1-9. Note: there are other riparian layers to choose from.

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

RIP_NOR: Riparian forest canopy cover for the North  watershed. This layer is a hydro buffer of streams type 1-9. Note: there are other riparian layers to choose from.

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

RIP_PAL: Riparian forest canopy cover for the Palix watershed. This layer is a hydro buffer of streams type 1-9. Note: there are other riparian layers to choose from.

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

RIP_WSB: Riparian forest canopy cover for the Willapa watershed. This layer is a hydro buffer of streams type 1-9. Note: there are other riparian layers to choose from.

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

VEGETATION SUB-DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

VEG_BR: Vegetation coverage for the Bear River Watershed. The classification comes from Landsat TM data (1988-1991)

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

VEG_LIB: Vegetation coverage for the Longbeach Watershed. The classification comes from Landsat TM data (1988-1991)

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

VEG_NAS: Vegetation coverage for the Naselle Watershed. The classification comes from Landsat TM data (1988-1991)

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

VEG_NEM: Vegetation coverage for the Nemah Watershed. The classification comes from Landsat TM data (1988-1991)

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

VEG_NOR: Vegetation coverage for the North Watershed. The classification comes from Landsat TM data (1988-1991)

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

VEG_PAL: Vegetation coverage for the Palix Watershed. The classification comes from Landsat TM data (1988-1991)

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

VEG_WSB: Vegetation coverage for the Willapa Watershed. The classification comes from Landsat TM data (1988-1991)

Doretta Collins

Image Processing/GIS Analyst

Washington Department of Natural Resources

206-902-1426

 

EROSION (GRIDS)

 

HAZ_SLPG: Slope failure hazard rating for the Willapa Basin.  Model based on slope steepness and slope shape, according to the Shaw model.

 

Susan Shaw

Geomorphologist

Washington Department of Natural Resources - Forest Practices Division

509-427-7050

 

EROSION: A grid model developed at the Portland State Cartographic Center that incorporated the universal soil loss equation with a number of land use classifications.

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

ROYO97-EI: Erosion grid model for the Willapa Basin for use in erosion potential mapping.

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

ROYO97-I: Erosion grid model for the Willapa Basin for use in erosion potential mapping.

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

ROYO97-NB: Erosion grid model for the Willapa Basin for use in erosion potential mapping and contains low-med-high erosion grid.

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

ROYO97-QU: Erosion grid model for the Willapa Basin, used for mapping purposes, contains low-med-high erosion grid.

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

WILSED: Potential sediment sources (bare areas) derived from 1991 TM imagery. The Washington GAP Analysis Program provided two scenes of clustered imagery to Interrain Pacific, which were processed to create the current layer.

Jon Bowers

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

LAND USE (GRIDS)

 

 

 

 

UNSUP13: Thirteen unique and unsupervised land use classifications of a 1988 Forest Service (Land-Sat) 25m image.

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

CLASSI-II: Eleven unique land use classifications of a 1988 Forest Service (Land-Sat) 25m image.

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

CLASSI-II-FILT: Eleven unique land use classifications of the  1988 Forest Service, from CLASSI-II with a filter for aggregating  pixels to make the 25m image cleaner

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

CLASSI16: The final version that partitions the image into sixteen  unique land use classifications from  the 1988 Forest Service 25m image.

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

UNSUP1: A first cut at partitioning  a Land Sat image. This unsupervised landuse classifications based on 1989 Forest Service satellite imagery.  25 meter pixel coverage for most of the Willapa Basin.

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

 

TERRAIN (GRIDS)

 

ASPECT: Identification of the direction of maximum rate of change in z value from each cell/25 m2 of Willapa Basin.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

BATH_G: Digital Elevation Model delineating Willapa Bay bathymetry between 1936 and 1958.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

BATH_SH: Digital Elevation Model delineating Willapa Bay bathymetry between 1936 and 1958. HILLSHADE was used to create shaded relief.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

ELEV: Digital representation of surface elevation. Using a 40 meter DEM. 

 

Sandra Bahr

Information Manager

Washington Department of Natural Resources

360-902-1544

 

FLOW_ACC: Flow accumulation model delineating where flow will accumulate derived from a flow direction grid of Washington Department of Natural Resources DEMs.

 

Jon Bowers

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

FLOW_DIR: Flow direction model delineating where flow will travel derived from WDNR elevation model. Grid command FLOW DIRECTION was used on an elevation grid

Jon Bowers

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

HILLSHD: Hypothetical shaded relief of the Willapa Basin.  Grid command HILLSHADE was used.

 

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

HILLSHD2: Hypothetical shaded relief of the Willapa Basin, based on a (NEW!) 10 meter DEM, processing made possible by Portland State University.  

 

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

HUEGRID: Grid representing hue range of color spectrum for use as a hue grid in a hue saturation value grid composite.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

HUEGRID2: Grid representing hue range of color spectrum for  use as a hue grid, based on 10 meter DEM. Processing this data layer was made possible by Portland State University.  

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

IMGRID1: 10 METER grid for SW Washington, includes the Willapa Basin in it’s entirety. Processing this data layer was made possible by Portland State University.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

SATGRID: Grid representing hue range of color spectrum for use as hue grid in hue saturation value grid composite.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

SLP_DEG: Degrees slope per 25 m2 of Willapa Basin.

 

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

SLP_PERC: Percent slope per 25 m2 of Willapa Basin.

 

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

TOPO_GRID: Topographic grid for the Willapa Basin, based on 10 meter DEM. Processing this data layer was made possible by Portland State University.

Mark Scott

GIS Analyst

Willapa Alliance

360-875-5195

 

VALGRID: Elevation grid representing value range of color spectrum for use as value grid in hue saturation value grid composite.

Mike Mertens

GIS Analyst

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

VEGETATION (GRIDS)

 

AERIAL.LAN: Aerial image cutout from 1995. This image provides an example of bay-wide aerial imagery.

 

Interrain Pacific

503-226-8108

 

CCAP_89: Coastal Change Analysis Program (CCAP) is a sub-organization of NOAA designed to assess change in coastal areas via remotely sensed data.  The data sets found here and in CCAP_89 are classified TM imagery.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

CCAP_92: Coastal Change Analysis Program (CCAP) is a sub-organization of NOAA designed to assess change in coastal areas via remotely sensed data.  The data sets found here and in CCAP_92 are classified TM imagery

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

CCAP_MOD: :  Change detection between two classified TM images in 1989 and 1992.

 

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

GAP: Statistically clustered Landsat TM satellite imagery bands 3, 4, and 5 for vegetation and land cover imagery.

 

 

Kelly Cassidy

GAP Analysis Project Leader

Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

206-685-4195

 

RAW_8950M: 1989 Color infared image of SW Washington and the NW Oregon coast including most of Willapa Bay. Each pixel represents 50 meter squares on the ground.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

RAW_9250M: 1992 Color infared image of SW Washington and the NW Oregon coast including most of Willapa Bay. Each pixel represents 50 meter squares on the ground.

Eric Dobson

GIS Analyst

Coastal Change Assessment Program (CCAP)

803-974-6263

 

 

 

 

 

 

WASH_TM: Raw Landsat (Thematic Mapper)  imagery bands 3, 4, and 5 drawn as a composite to screen and saved in sunraster image format. The extent of the data is Washington State.

Interrain Pacific

 

503-226-8108

 

WIL_TM: Raw Landsat TM imagery using bands 3, 4, and 5 in ERDAS.LAN format.  The extent of the data is the Willapa Basin and slightly beyond.

Interrain Pacific

 

503-226-8108

 

WILL_B3:Raw Landsat (Thematic Mapper)  imagery bands 3.

 

Kelly Cassidy

GAP Analysis Project Leader

Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

206-685-4195

 

WILL_B4: Raw Landsat (Thematic Mapper)  imagery bands 4.

Kelly Cassidy

GAP Analysis Project Leader

Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

206-685-4195

 

WILL_B5: Raw Landsat (Thematic Mapper)  imagery bands 5.

Kelly Cassidy

GAP Analysis Project Leader

Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

206-685-4195

 

WI88_B1: Raw 1988 Landsat (Thematic Mapper)  imagery bands 1.

 

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

WI88_B2: Raw 1988 Landsat (Thematic Mapper)  imagery band 2.

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

WI88_B3: Raw 1988 Landsat (Thematic Mapper)  imagery bands

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887

 

WI88ER-2.LAN: Raw 1988 Landsat (Thematic Mapper)  imagery bands (1-7). This is a nice 1988 image of the Willapa Bay

Jaume Royo and Joe Poraksky,

PSU Geography Dept.

1-800-547-8887