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dc.description The Lower Nehalem Watershed Council utilized information from several sources to identify culverts in the watershed that are most likely to block migration of Coho. Our approach builds upon the GIS data layers provided by Portland State as part of their assessment of the watershed. Additional data layers were obtained from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Coastal Landscape Analysis Modeling Study (CLAMS).
dc.language en_US
dc.publisher Lower Nehalem Watershed Council
dc.relation Reports and Publications -- Local Reports
dc.relation Explorer Site -- Oregon Explorer
dc.relation Explorer Site -- North Coast Explorer
dc.subject Thematic Classification -- Plants and Animals -- Fish
dc.subject Thematic Classification -- Water and Air -- Watersheds and Hydrologic Units
dc.subject Thematic Classification -- Plants and Animals -- Fish -- Anadromous Fish -- Coho Salmon
dc.subject Thematic Classification -- Habitats and Vegetation
dc.title Culvert assessment
dc.type Technical Report

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