Within the Lower North Umpqua watershed, BLM has acquired approximately 6,600 acres of land specifically to manage habitat to enhance the Columbian White-tailed Deer (CWTD). This area is called the North Bank Habitat Management Area (NBHMA) and will be managed as described in the NBHMA Environmental Impact Statement. The BLM...
The Airborne Data Acquisition and Registration (ADAR) remote sensing system captured one-meter resolution imagery of 25 different riparian sites in drift Creek Basin of coastal northwestern Oregon, USA. The multispectral, digital data characterized riparian areas with the intent to develop ecological indicators for long-term monitoring.
This is an integrated assessment across terrestrial, freshwater, and coastal marine realms. It includes the coast range of Oregon and Washington as well as Vancouver Island in British Columbia. The marine portion only includes the coastline and shallow subtidal; the next iteration will include the offshore component.
From July 16 to 20, 2007, international partners in a trans-
Atlantic workshop series on coastal mapping and informatics,
held a workshop on the campus of Oregon State University
entitled “Coastal Atlas Interoperability.” The workshop engaged
27 participants from 6 countries, representing 17 organizations
and multiple areas of scientific and...
We present velocity observations from a shipboard acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP) on
R/V Wecoma during cruise W0105c (23 May to 13 June 2001). The cruise was a component
(Survey I) of the Coastal Ocean Advances in Shelf Transport (COAST) experiment. The ADCP
was an RD Instruments hull-mounted 153.6-kHz narrowband...
We present velocity observations from a shipboard acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP) on RJV Revelle during cruises R9710 (20 October to 23 November 1997) and R9801 (9 January to 7 February 1998). The cruises were conducted as part of the Southern Ocean JGOFS (Joint Global Ocean Flux) Antarctic Polar Frontal...