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GIS Resources

Online Web Maps & Tools

Watershed Councils Online Map  ​​

Web map showing the most up-to-date watershed council boundaries​ for the state of Oregon with links to the watershed council websites where available.

Watershed Councils & Legislative Districts Online Map 

Web map showing watershed councils, State of Oregon Legislative District boundaries, and Federal House of Representative Boundaries.​​

Oregon Restoration and Conservation Priorities

Web map showing some of the recent conservation and restoration priorities throughout the state.

Oregon Department of Agriculture SIA Prioritization

The data shown here are the result of ODA's 6th field hydrologic unit code prioritization process to identify Strategic Implementation Areas (SIAs) across the state. The executive summary can be found here. For additional information please contact Kevin Fenn at kfenn@oda.state.or.us or 503-986-6486.

OWEB Investment Tracking Tool 

Web application showing the general location of funded and completed restoration projects, and other grant types such as outreach and monitoring grants.

Oregon Watershed Restoration Tool 

Map viewer showing the locations of completed restoration projects reported to the Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory with links to project descriptions.

​Oregon Explorer Map Viewer 

Map viewer with many different data layers that can be added to the map. The Oregon Explorer map viewer has additional capabilities such as making your own maps, saving your maps for later use, and exporting spatial data for use in GIS desktop applications. The map viewer can be used to make and export maps and spatial data for reporting to OWRI.

Oregon Compass – Mapping Oregon’s Wildlife Habitat

An online fish and wildlife habitat map that charts Oregon's crucial landscapes including species of concern, wetlands and riparian areas and conservation opportunity areas.

OWEBs Focused Investment Partnership (FIP) Priorities

Online maps for the FIPs can be found on the FIP page.

Other Useful Tools

PNAMP Monitoring Explorer

Monitoring Explorer is an online map viewer tool designed for users to explore monitoring locations. It shows who is doing what, when, where, and how. It is populated with regional GIS layers and monitorings sites. Search capability is built into the viewer so users can search based on a suite of different criteria. 

Coastal Change Analysis Program

C-Cap Land Cover Atlas – a web map showing changes in land cover in western Oregon from 1996 to 2010. This application will give you a report of land cover change in area and percentage for different land cover types for the period in question.

Sea Level Rise and Coast Flooding Viewer  

Predicted areas of inundation due to different amounts of sea level rise.

 

Spatial Data Repositories

​Locations to download spatial data

Oregon Spatial Data Library (OSU-INR) 
 

Oregon Geospatial Data Clearinghouse (GEO)
 

BLM Oregon/Washington GIS Data


Oregon Imagery Explorer (OSU-INR)

 

Map Services

Map services send data directly to your desktop GIS without having to download large files (such as imagery and base maps).  Here is a list of some useful map services for data in Oregon​

REST SERVICES

Oregon imagery services (INR)

 

GEO base maps and Imagery​

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Access to GIS Software

ESRI Non-Profit Program 

ESRI offers low cost ArcGIS software to qualifying non-profit organizations. More information can be found athttp://www.esri.com/nonprofit

ArcGIS Online
 
As part of its enterprise license agreement, the state of Oregon can offer access to ArcGIS Online to partner organizations. Information on the capabilities of ArcGIS Online can be found at: http://www.arcgis.com/home
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Creating Maps for reporting to the Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory (OWRI)

Spatial information submitted to the Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory Online (OWRIO) should show all the restoration activities completed as part of the project. Both PDF maps and shapefiles are accepted but shapefiles are the preferred format. Regardless of the format, please ensure each activity reported to OWRIO is clearly identified. For PDF maps, please include a center latitude/longitude coordinate or graticule to enable us to identify the general location of the project.

General mapping guidance for reporting to OWRIO

Questions?

 

Contact Troy Wirth​ via email or at 503-986-0037 for help or information. 

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