Northwest Fisheries Science Center

Data Products and Tools


Download telemetry analysis and visualization software that can be used to plot a single fish track, explore detections generated by a single receiver, and help determine the timing, location, and direction of fish movement.

Columbia Basin Historical Ecology Project

The Columbia Basin Historical Ecology Project consists of basin-wide assessments of historical habitat potential and current habitat condition to guide recovery efforts for endangered salmon. Associated datasets and model outputs include attributed stream networks, main stem and side channel habitat predictions, reference channel type predictions, and pre-settlement riparian vegetation predictions.

FRAM Data Warehouse

The FRAM Data Warehouse provides a single location where users can access and download all data collected by the Fishery Resource Analysis & Monitoring (FRAM) division to include observer, economics, and groundfish fisheries independent survey data.

Groundfish observer data

Explore summaries of bycatch estimates, groundfish mortality, and coverage levels collected aboard observed U.S. West Coast fishing vessels.

Ocean conditions and salmon forecasts

Explore biological and physical indicators of the California Current ecosystem and how these data help scientists forecast salmon survival.

NWFSC Source Code

Repositories of source code developed by the Northwest Fisheries Science Center are hosted for the public on as well as in .ZIP archives hosted on this page.

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Salmon Habitat Status and Trend Monitoring Program

The Salmon Habitat Status and Trend Monitoring Program is a long-term monitoring program with a hierarchical approach to monitoring large river, floodplain, delta, and nearshore habitats using primarily remote sensing approaches.

Scientific data and metadata

Explore several NWFSC databases in depth or search for NWFSC's metadata on InPort, a centralized online repository of metadata for NOAA Fisheries data and the tools to access the data. This portal is designed for resource managers, research collaborators, and other scientific data users.

West Coast Groundfish Observer Program In-Season Salmon Reporting

The In-Season Salmon Reporting Service is a RESTful web service that reports expanded weights and counts for WCGOP observed discarded salmon species.

The next link/button will exit from NWFSC web site West Coast Habitat Server

View interactive web applications and mapping tools to investigate the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem's fisheries and habitat data.