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GIS Data
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Spatial Data
 
 
The fish presence data is distributed by geographic regions, which you can download via clicking on a map.
 
 
HAP stream reaches are intended to help ODF Stewardship Foresters, forest landowners and other users to identify stream reaches in which recruitment of large woody debris is most likely to be effective at enhancing habitat for salmonids.
 
 
 
 
Please contact Emmor Nile for questions regarding ODF GIS Data at 503-945-7418.

 
LocatOR
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Locate places in Oregon through an interactive map
 
The New Oregon Latitude and Longitude Locator LocatOR  
 
LocateOR is an application that will allow users to locate places in Oregon using a place name, a latitude and longitude, a legal description (township and range), a highway milepost or UTM coordinates. 
 
Locate OR is built using ESRI’s ArcGIS Web Server technology, and SilverLight.  Similar to OLALO, LocatOR allows users to quickly find geographic locations in Oregon and then display a variety of GIS data about that location, including: aerial photography; USGS quad maps; roads, streams; etc., as well as data unique to ODF, such as fire protection district boundaries.
 
Custom features of the application include:
 
  • Location information derived from a point that you click on the map is automatically entered into the clipboard, so it can be pasted into an email, or other document. 
  • Specific information about VOR’s can be copied to the clipboard in the same manner.  
  • Bookmark and measuring tools. 
  • Oregon’s Forest BioDiversity Explorer. For a demo of this feature, watch this web video demonstration.
 
LocatOR was built to replace OLALO.
 
If you have questions or problems with LocatOR, please contact Chris Bradberry at 503-945-7313

 
GIS Information
Oregon highlighted in red on the world globe.
What is GIS?
 
A Geographic Information System (GIS) is an organized collection of personnel, geographic data, computer hardware, and software designed to efficiently capture, store, update, manipulate, analyze, distribute, and display all forms of geographically referenced information. 
 
A GIS can also be described by the complexity and types of questions that the system can answer.  They are: location, conditions, trends, patterns, and modeling.  Location has to do what the question of what is at a specific location. Conditions are the result of a query to find locations that meet specific criteria.  Trends are the differences in a location over time.  Patterns show the relationship of conditions to each other.  Modeling is a way of answering "what if" questions using complex and varied data.
 

Statewide Oregon Coordinate System Information

Oregon Lambert Coordinate System

GIS Services We Provide 

GIS Analysis for:
 
  • Communities at Risk -- fire protection
  • Habitat Conservation Plans
  • Wildland Urban Interface
  • Stewardship Analysis Projects
 
Fire Protection Maps:
  • Small scale detailed maps of ODF Protection Districts

Fire Mapping:
  • ODF has the equipment and personnel to provide mapping services for emergency services on a statewide, or national team.

 
Contact Us
Who's Who in ODF GIS
 
GIS Unit Staff
GIS District Staff