Related Data Access Tools
CADC, a regional node of the Avian Knowledge Network (AKN) hosted by PRBO Conservation Science, integrates data on birds and ecosystems to improve conservation outcomes today and in the future.
CERES is an information system developed by the California Natural Resources Agency to facilitate access to a variety of electronic data describing California's rich and diverse environments.
CDEC provides a centralized location to store and process real-time hydrologic information gathered by various cooperators throughout the State, including snow reporting gages and precipitation and river stage sensors.
CIMIS is a program in the California Department of Water Resources that manages a network of over 120 automated weather stations in the state of California and calculates evapotranspiration estimates.
CPAD is a GIS inventory developed by GreenInfo Network and contains all protected open space lands in the State of California.
CeNCOOS integrates marine observations, including real time conditions, surface currents, and water quality shore stations, to inform decision makers and the general public.
EMAP is a research program of the U.S. EPA that develops tools necessary to monitor and assess the status and trends of national ecological resources.
NRPI is the most comprehensive statewide database of its kind in California with over 8,000 natural resource projects.
The Subtidal Habitat Goals Project is a collaborative regional planning effort that has compiled interactive maps portraying habitat distribution, environmental stressors, proposed restoration sites, and land ownership.
SCCOOS focuses on coastal observations in the Southern California Bight, but also provides bathymetry data for San Francisco Bay.
The NAWQA Data Warehouse provides access to water quality data from 42 different study areas across the United States, dating back to 1991.
The USGS provides access to its collection of water quality data in San Francisco Bay, dating back to 1969.
The Center is housed within the College of Natural Resources at Utah State University and provides web-based resources (bioassessment, predictive models, and data modules) to the ecological assessment community.