Wildlife Habitat Types for the Canadian Portion of the Columbia River Basin

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Citation_Information:
Originator:
Chris Kiilsgaard and Charley Barrett, Northwest Habitat Institute
Publication_Date: March 14, 2002
Publication_Time: 12:00 pm
Title:
Wildlife Habitat Types for the Canadian Portion of the Columbia River Basin
Edition: 2
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Created for the Northwest Power Planning Council's (NWPPC) Fish and Wildlife 2000 program.
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Abstract:
The Canadian portion of the Columbia River Basin Current Wildlife-Habitat Types grid was created by Daniel Mack (Cave Creek Systems) sub-contracting to JMJ Holdings Ltd. Nelson, BC and integerated into the US portion of the Wildlife Habitat Map b y the Northwest Habitat Insitute to represent Columbia River Basin wildlife-habitats circa 1999. Wildlife-Habitat types were mapped for all land and water features in the Canadian portion of the Columbia River Basin. This 1:100,000 scale data was derived from the Northwest Habitat Institute's Oregon and Washington Current Wildlife-Habitat Types grids and US Biological Service GAP Analysis Program vegetation maps for Idaho and CRB areas in Montana, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. National Wetlands Inventory data and USGS digital elevation models were also used to create this grid.
Purpose:
Created for the Northwest Power Planning Council's (NWPPC) Fish and Wildlife 2000 program.
Supplemental_Information:
Original Contact: Tom Dool, GIS Manager, JMJ Holdings Ltd. Nelson, BC 250-354-4913
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Single_Date/Time:
Calendar_Date: 2000
Time_of_Day: unknown
Currentness_Reference: original publication date
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Progress: Complete
Maintenance_and_Update_Frequency: None planned
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Theme_Keyword: Wildlife-Habitat
Theme_Keyword: wildlife
Theme_Keyword: habitat
Theme_Keyword: vegetation
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Place_Keyword: Columbia River Basin
Place_Keyword: Pacific Northwest
Place_Keyword: Canada
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Must accept Terms of Use stated on NHI web site (<http://www.nwhi.org>).
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Copyright. Redistribution prohibited. Use in publications requires citation as described in Terms of Use statement.
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Contact_Organization: Northwest Habitat Institute
Contact_Person: Cory Langhoff
Contact_Position: Senior GIS Analyst
Contact_Address:
Address_Type: Mailing Address
Address: PO Box 855
City: Corvallis
State_or_Province: OR
Postal_Code: 97339
Country: USA
Contact_Voice_Telephone: (541) 753-2199
Contact_Facsimile_Telephone: (541) 753-2440
Contact_Electronic_Mail_Address: Cory@nwhi.org
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This data set is complete for all land and water areas in the United States portion of the Columbia River Basin as defined by the Northwest Power Planning Council's Fish and Wildlife 2000 program
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Originator:
Chris Kiilsgaard and Charley Barrett, Northwest Habitat Institute
Publication_Date: August 10, 1999
Publication_Time: 12:00 PM
Title: Oregon Current Wildlife-Habitat Types
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Wildlife-Habitat Relationships in Oregon and Washington (Johnson, D. H. and T. A. O'Neil. Oregon State University Press. 2001)
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Chris Kiilsgaard and Charley Barrett, Northwest Habitat Institute
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Created in cooperation and with the support of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Habitat Program.
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All Washington habitat types within the Columbia River Basin were mapped from this source.
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Idaho GAP Analysis, Landscape Dynamics Lab, Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Publication_Date: February 10, 1999
Publication_Time: Unknown
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This data set is a compilation of land cover classifications by Redmond et al. (1996) and Homer (1998).
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Land cover classes from this source were crosswalked to NHI's wildlife-habitat types classification to create the initial wildlife-habitat classification for Idaho.
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Montana Gap Analysis, Wildlife Spatial Analysis Lab, The University of Montana, Missoula, MT 59812
Publication_Date: September 30, 1998
Publication_Time: Unknown
Title: Montana GAP Land Cover
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See: Fisher, F.B., J.C. Winne, M.M. Thornton, T.P. Tady, Z. Ma, M.M. Hart, and R.L. Redmond. 1998. Montana land cover atlas. Unpublished report. Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, The University of Montana, Missoula. viii + 50 pp.
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Land cover classes from this source were crosswalked to NHI's wildlife-habitat types classification to create the initial wildlife-habitat classification for the Montana portion of the Columbia River Basin.
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Wyoming Gap Analysis, University of Wyoming, Spatial Data and Visualization Center
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Land cover classes from this source were crosswalked to NHI's wildlife-habitat types classification to create the initial wildlife-habitat classification for the Wyoming portion of the Columbia River Basin.
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Data used to help delineate wetland and riparian classes. 1:24,000 Scale data used where available at time. 1:100,000 Scale data was used for other areas.
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Please see habitatdescriptions.pdf for short class descriptions or visit the Interactive Biodiversity Information System at <http://www.nwhi.org/ibis> for detailed descriptions and pictures.

4 - MONTANE MIXED CONIFER FOREST This habitat is found adjacent to Westside Lowlands Conifer-Hardwood Forest, Eastside Mixed Conifer Forests, or Southwest Oregon Mixed Conifer-Hardwood Forest at its lower elevation limits and to Subalpine Parkland at its upper elevation limits. Inclusions of Montane Forested Wetlands, Westside Riparian/Wetlands, and less commonly Open Water or Herbaceous Wetlands occur within the matrix of montane forest habitat. The typical land use is forestry or recreation. Most of this type is found on public lands managed for timber values and much of it has been harvested in a dispersed-patch pattern.

5 - EASTSIDE (INTERIOR) MIXED CONIFER FOREST This habitat makes up most of the continuous montane forests of the inland Pacific Northwest. It is located between the subalpine portions of the Montane Mixed Conifer Forest habitat in eastern Oregon and Washington and lower tree line ponderosa pine and Eastside Oak Forests and Woodlands.

6 - LODGEPOLE PINE FOREST AND WOODLANDS This habitat appears within Montane Mixed Conifer Forest east of the Cascade crest and the cooler Eastside Mixed Conifer Forest habitats. Most pumice soil lodgepole pine habitat is intermixed with Ponderosa Pine Woodland and Forest Habitats and is located between Eastside Mixed Conifer Forest habitat and either Western Juniper Woodland or Shrubsteppe habitat.

7 - PONDEROSA PINE AND EASTSIDE WHITE OAK FOREST AND WOODLANDS This woodland habitat typifies the lower treeline zone forming transitions with Eastside Mixed Conifer Forest and Western Juniper and Mountain Mahogany Woodland, Shrubsteppe, Eastside Grassland, or Agriculture habitats. Douglas-fir-ponderosa pine woodlands are found near or within the Eastside Mixed Conifer Forest habitat. Oregon oak woodlands appear in the driest most restricted landscapes in transition to Eastside Grassland or Shrubsteppe.

8 - UPLAND ASPEN FOREST Aspen forms a "subalpine belt" above the Western Juniper and Mountain Mahogany Woodland habitat and below Montane Shrubsteppe Habitat on Steens Mountain in southern Oregon. It can occur in seral stands in the lower Eastside Mixed Conifer Forest and Ponderosa Pine-White Oak Woodland habitats. Primary land use is livestock grazing.

9 - SUBALPINE PARKLANDS The Subalpine Parkland habitat lies above the Mixed Montane Conifer Forest or Lodgepole Pine Forest habitat and below the Alpine Grassland and Shrubland habitat. Associated wetlands in subalpine parklands extend up a short distance into the alpine zone. Primary land use is recreation, watershed protection, and grazing.

10 - ALPINE GRASSLANDS AND SHRUBLANDS This habitat always occurs above upper treeline in the mountains or a short distance below it (grasslands in the subalpine parkland zone). Typically, it occurs adjacent to, or in a mosaic with, Subalpine Parkland. Occasionally, it may grade quickly from this habitat down into Montane Mixed Conifer Forest without intervening Subalpine Parkland. In southeastern Oregon, this habitat occurs adjacent to and above Upland Aspen Forest and Shrubsteppe habitats. Small areas of Open Water, Herbaceous Wetlands, and Subalpine Parkland habitats sometimes occur within a matrix of this habitat. Cliffs, talus, and other barren areas are common features within or adjacent to this habitat. Land use is primarily recreation, but in some areas east of the Cascade Crest, it is grazing, especially by sheep.

15 - EASTSIDE (INTERIOR) GRASSLANDS Eastside grassland habitats appear well below and in a matrix with lower treeline ponderosa pine and eastside oak forests and woodlands or western juniper and mountain mahogany woodlands. It can also be part of the lower elevation forest matrix. Most grassland habitat occurs in 2 distinct large landscapes: plateau and canyon grasslands. Several rivers flow through narrow basalt canyons below plateaus supporting prairies or shrubsteppe. The canyons can be some 2,132 ft (650 m) deep below the plateau. The plateau above is composed of gentle slopes with deep silty loess soils in an expansive rolling dune-like landscape. Grasslands may occur in a patchwork with shallow soil scablands or within biscuit scablands or mounded topography. Naturally occurring grasslands are beyond the range of bitterbrush and sagebrush species. This habitat exists today in the shrubsteppe landscape where grasslands are created by brush removal, chaining or spraying, or by fire. Agricultural uses and introduced perennial on abandoned or planted fields are common throughout the current distribution of eastside grassland habitats.

16 - SHRUB-STEPPE Shrubsteppe habitat defines a biogeographic region and is the major vegetation on average sites in the Columbia Plateau, usually below Ponderosa Pine and Oregon White Oak Woodland, and Western Juniper and Mountain Mahogany Woodland habitats. It forms mosaic landscapes with these woodland habitats and Eastside Grassland, Dwarf-shrub Shrubsteppe, and Desert Playa and Salt Scrub habitats. Mountain sagebrush shrubsteppe occurs at high elevations occasionally within the dry Eastside Mixed Conifer and Montane Mixed Forest habitats. Shrubsteppe habitat can appear in large landscape patches. Livestock grazing is the primary land use in the shrubsteppe although much has been converted to irrigation or dry land agriculture. Large areas occur in military training areas and wildlife refuges.

19 - AGRICULTURE, PASTURE, AND MIXED ENVIRONS Agricultural habitat occurs within a matrix of other habitat types at low to mid-elevations, including Eastside grasslands, Shrubsteppe, Westside Lowlands Conifer-Deciduous Forest and other low to mid-elevation forest and woodland habitats. This habitat often dominates the landscape in flat or gently rolling terrain, on well-developed soils, broad river valleys, and areas with access to abundant irrigation water. Unlike other habitat types, agricultural habitat is often characterized by regular landscape patterns (squares, rectangles, and circles) and straight borders because of ownership boundaries and multiple crops within a region. Edges can be abrupt along the habitat borders within agricultural habitat and with other adjacent habitats.

20 - URBAN AND MIXED ENVIORNS Urban development occurs within or adjacent to nearly every habitat type in Oregon and Washington, and often replaces habitats that are valuable for wildlife. The highest urban densities normally occur in lower elevations along natural or human-made transportation corridors, such as rivers, railroad lines, coastlines, or interstate highways. These areas often contain good soils with little or no slope and lush vegetation. Once level areas become crowded, growth continues along rivers or shores of lakes or oceans, and eventually up elevated sites with steep slopes or rocky outcrops. Because early settlers often modified the original landscape for agricultural purposes, many of our urban areas are surrounded by agricultural and grazing lands.

21 - LAKES, RIVERS, PONDS, AND RESERVOIRS This habitat occurs throughout Washington and Oregon. Ponds, lakes, and reservoirs are adjacent to Herbaceous Wetlands, while rivers and streams adjoin the Westside Riparian, Eastside Riparian and Bays and Estuaries.

22 - HERBACEOUS WETLANDS Herbaceous wetlands are found in all terrestrial habitats except Subalpine Parkland, Alpine Grassland, and Shrubland habitats. Herbaceous wetlands commonly form a pattern with Westside and Eastside Riparian/Wetland and Montane Coniferous Wetlands habitats along stream corridors. These marshes and wetlands also occur in closed basins in a mosaic with open water by lakeshores or ponds. Extensive deflation plain wetlands have developed between Coastal Duns and Beaches habitat and the Pacific Ocean. Herbaceous wetlands are found in a mosaic with alkali grasslands in the Desert Playa and Salt Scrub habitat.

24 - MONTANE CONIFEROUS WETLANDS This habitat occurs along stream courses or as patches, typically small, within a matrix of Montane Mixed Conifer Forest, or less commonly, Eastside Mixed Conifer Forest or Lodgepole Pine Forest and Woodlands. It also can occur adjacent to other wetland habitats: Eastside Riparian-Wetlands, Westside Riparian-Wetlands, or Herbaceous Wetlands. The primary land uses are forestry and watershed protection.

25 - EASTSIDE (INTERIOR) RIPARIAN WETLANDS Eastside riparian habitats occur along streams, seeps, and lakes within the Eastside Mixed Conifer Forest, Ponderosa Pine and Oregon White Oak Forest and Woodland, Western Juniper and Mountain Mahogany Woodland, and part of the Shrubsteppe habitat. This habitat may be described as occupying warm, montane and adjacent valley and plain riparian environments.

98 - Rock/Talus/Sandbars etc..

99 - Glaciers/Snowfields

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Wildlife-Habitat Relationships in Oregon and Washington book and CD-Rom. Johnson, D. H. and T. A. O'Neil. Oregon State University Press. 2001.

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Contact_Organization: Northwest Habitat Institute
Contact_Person: Charley Barrett
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Postal_Code: 97339
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Canadian Columbia River Basin Current Wildlife-Habitat Types (CA_CRB01.ZIP)
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The information depicted in this GIS layer is the result of digital analyses performed on data from a variety of governmental and other credible sources. The accuracy of the information presented is limited to the collective accuracy of the data on the date of the analysis. The information is believed accurate and reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the data. However, the Northwest Habitat Institute expressly disclaims responsibility for damages or liability that may arise from use of this data. This product is the property of the Northwest Habitat Institute and its use is thereby restricted.
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